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Cargotec as an investment

Why invest in Cargotec

In April 2023 Cargotec's Board of Directors decided to investigate and initiate a process to potentially separate its core businesses Kalmar and Hiab into two standalone companies. Cargotec’s intention would be to separate Kalmar as a new listed company by means of a partial demerger from Cargotec. In February 2024, Cargotec's Board approved a demerger plan concerning the separation of Kalmar into a new listed company. More information.

Outlook

Outlook for 2024 unchanged, 30 April 2024

Cargotec estimates1 Hiab’s comparable operating profit margin in 2024 to be above 12 percent, Kalmar’s comparable operating profit margin in 2024 to be above 11 percent, and MacGregor’s comparable operating profit in 2024 to improve from 2023 (EUR 33 million).

1) The business area 2024 profitability outlook is presented using the same principles which are applied in the 2023 external financial reporting.

Outlook for 2024, 1 February 2024

Cargotec estimates1 Hiab’s comparable operating profit margin in 2024 to be above 12 percent, Kalmar’s comparable operating profit margin in 2024 to be above 11 percent, and MacGregor’s comparable operating profit in 2024 to improve from 2023 (EUR 33 million).

1) The business area 2024 profitability outlook is presented using the same principles which are applied in the 2023 external financial reporting.

Outlook Q3 2012, 25 October 2012 (published 15 October 2012)

The operating profit margin for 2012 is expected to be approximately 5 percent excluding non-recurring costs. Sales are expected to grow from 2011.

 

Outlook, 15 October 2012

Cargotec reduces its full-year 2012 operating profit margin guidance given in July. Due to cost overruns, the profitability of large projects in the Terminals business area fell below expectations in the third quarter, and therefore also the fourth quarter performance is expected to remain below previous expectations. Cargotec's guidance is also affected by slippages of deliveries over the year-end into 2013 in the Marine business area.

The operating profit margin for 2012 is expected to be approximately 5 percent excluding non-recurring costs. Sales are still expected to grow from 2011.

 

Outlook Q2 2012, 19 July 2012

Cargotec's 2012 operating profit margin is expected to be approximately 6 percent. Sales are expected to grow from 2011.

 

Outlook 12 June 2012

Cargotec reduces its 2012 profitability guidance given in April due to lower operating result in Terminals segment than previously expected. Cargotec's 2012 operating profit margin is expected to be approximately 6 percent. Sales are still expected to grow from 2011. Earlier guidance was for sales to grow and operating profit margin to improve from previous year's 6.6 percent level. Terminals and Load Handling segments' operating profit margins are still expected to improve from the previous year, but the margin improvement in Terminals will be clearly less than previously expected.

 

Outlook Q1 2012, 26 April 2012

Marine segment profitability is expected to continue healthy, although full year sales are expected to decline slightly from previous year. Sales in Terminals and Load Handling segments are expected to grow as a result of the order book. Terminals segment order book supports expectations that the segment’s profitability will clearly improve from the first quarter.Cargotec expects its 2012 sales to grow and operating profit margin to improve compared to 2011.

 

Outlook Q4 2011, 7 February 2012

Cargotec expects its 2012 sales to grow and operating profit margin to improve compared to 2011.

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