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Group Financial Performance Q1 2004 (pro forma)
2 First Quarter 2004 - Financial Highlights Sustainable growth trend - Turnover +7.9% to €120.4 m - Gross Profit +11.7% to €20.3 m - EBITDA +10.1% to €18.4 m - EBIT +15.2% to €16.3 m - Pre-Tax Profit after minorities +17.2% to €15.7 m Widening profit margins - Gross margin 16.8% (vs 16.3% in Q1 2003) - EBITDA Margin 15.3% (vs 15.0%) - EBIT Margin 13.5% (vs 12.7%) - Pre-Tax Margin 13.0% (vs 12.0%)
Group Results – First Quarter 2004 3 amounts in € mQ1 2004Q1 2003chg Turnover120.4111.57.9% Gross Profit20.3126.96.36.199% Other Income0.80.1 Operating Expenses4.74.2 Financial Results-0.4-0.2 Extraordinary Results0.40.0 Depreciation2.73.1 -included in operating cost2.12.5 Minorities0.0-0.1 Tax Adjustments0.0 Pre-Tax Earnings after Minorities 15.713.417.2% EBITDA18.416.710.1% EBIT 16.314.215.2%
Consolidated Balance Sheet amounts in € m03/2004 12/2003 03/2003 Start-Up Expenses1.4 1.5 2.0 Fixed Assets167.6 168.8 169.4 Current Assets201.1 214.1214.1 139.4 Transitory Accounts8.1 1.9 15.5 Total Assets378.2 386.6 326.3 Shareholders’ Funds223.2 207.5 217.2 Provisions2.3 2.4 1.3 Liabilities152.5 176.0 107.8 Transitory Accounts 0.2 0.7 0.0 Total Liabilities378.2 386.6 326.3 Net Debt6.9 -15.4 20.1 Capex 1.0 12.012.0 3.5 4
Group Financial Highlights amounts in € m2000200120022003 Turnover296.7368.5445.5523.4523.4 EBITDA38.551.158.469.8 Pre-Tax Earnings (after minorities) 28.028.040.844.756.8 Net Earnings15.622.028.534.6 Shareholders’ Funds187.6201.3203.7207.5 EPS€0.38 * €0.30€0.39€0.47 DPS€0.10 €0.30€0.32 Market Capitalisation (28/05/2004)€322 m P / E9.3x * adjusted for rights issue 5
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