Dürr expects to reach sales of € 3.9 to 4.1 billion in 2020. Order intake should be in a range of € 3.8 to 4.1 billion. The EBIT margin before extraordinary effects is expected to reach 6.2 to 6.7%. From today's perspective, the EBIT margin should reach between 5.2 to 5.7%.
|.||Actual 2019||Forecast 2020|
|Order intake||€ m||4,076.5||3,800 - 4,100|
|Sales revenues||€ m||3,921.5||3,900 - 4,100|
|EBIT margin||%||5.0||5.2 - 5.7|
|EBIT margin before extraordinary effects||%||6.7||6.2 - 6.7|
|Earnings after tax||€ m||129.8||135 - 150|
|ROCE||%||16.9||17 - 22|
|Cash flow from operating activities||€ m||171.9||180 - 230|
|Free cash flow||€ m||44.9||70 - 120|
|Net financial status (December 31)||€ m||-99.3||-80 - -30|
|Capital expenditure1||€ m||102.6||95 - 105|
|1 in property, plant and equipment and intangible assets (excluding acquisitions)|
As a supplier of production lines, in particular for the automotive as well as the furniture industry, the Dürr Group depends on the investment behavior of the manufacturer. This is largely determined by the expected production in the coming years.
in m units1
1 Light vehicles production
Source: LMC Automotive
Last Update: January 2020
- IFRS 16 (Leases), first-time application in 2019: The impact of the new standard is visible in the consolidated statement of financial position, in the consolidated statement of income and in the cash flow statement. Total balance sheet increased by € 92 m due to the integration of operating leases. Equity declined by € 11 m and financial liabilities increased by € 101 m. IFRS 16 caused a charge of € 3 m within the financial result in 2019, whereas EBIT improved by € 2 m. There was a positive effect on EBITDA and cash flow of around € 30 m; free cash flow was not affected.
Dürr intends to distribute 30 to 40% of net income.
* All data was adapted after corporate action (bonus shares) for better comparability.
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