Arjo’s interim report January-June 2023
”The recovery following a turbulent 2022 continues and we grew 5% organically with improved profitability and strong cash flow. Demand was healthy in many markets and despite continuing challenging market conditions in the US, we expect to deliver organic growth for the full-year within our target interval of 3–5%,” says Joacim Lindoff, President and CEO of Arjo.
April-June 2023 in brief
- Net sales increased to SEK 2,686 M (2,404).
Net sales grew organically by 5.0%.
- Adjusted EBITDA rose to SEK 490 M (430).
- Adjusted operating profit increased to SEK 206 M (165).
- Profit after financial items amounted to SEK 135 M (139).
- Earnings per share amounted to SEK 0.37 (0.38).
- Cash flow from operations increased to SEK 528 M (158).
- Cash conversion increased to 112.5% (37.4).
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