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DGAP-News: Nordex SE
/ Key word(s): Preliminary Results
Nordex closes 2019 in line with its guidance
- Consolidated sales increase to around EUR 3.3 billion
- EBITDA margin reaches 3.8 percent
- Working capital ratio improves further to minus 9.1 percent
- Order intake in 2019 up 31 percent to 6.2 GW
The Nordex Group achieved a working capital ratio as a percentage of consolidated sales of minus 9.1 percent (previous year: minus 3.8 percent). This means that the ratio is well below our target level of under two percent. The high order intake and stringent working capital management had a positive impact on these figures.
In its original guidance, the Nordex Group predicted that it would invest around EUR 120 million during the 2019 financial year. However, the Company said that the final investment amount would depend on the development of the order volume for turbines. In light of the consistently strong order situation, it then raised its forecast to around EUR 160 million in August 2019. The Nordex Group ultimately invested EUR 172.5 million (previous year: EUR 112.8 million) during the year under review, meaning that this figure was at the expected level.
In 2019, the Nordex Group increased its order intake by 31 percent from 4.75 GW to 6.21 GW. These orders were attributable to the following regions: Europe (51 percent), North America (28 percent), Latin America (18 percent) and the Rest of the World (3 percent). This distribution of orders across the various regions once again underlines the global positioning of the Nordex Group.
José Luis Blanco, CEO of the Nordex Group, summarized the situation by saying:
The key figures announced in this press release are preliminary. The Nordex Group will present its final audited figures for the 2019 financial year, including its guidance for 2020, on 24 March 2020.
About the Nordex Group
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