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Cargotec is a technology leader with strong market positions in all business areas, Kalmar, Hiab and MacGregor. We have leading brands in markets with long term growth potential and several megatrends, such as urbanisation and growing middle class, support our businesses.
Our aim is to transform from an equipment provider into a leader in intelligent cargo handling. We will achieve this by focusing on our four strategic must-win battles: customer centricity, services, digitalisation and productivity.
Cargotec expects its comparable operating profit for 2021 to improve from 2020 (EUR 2281million).
Cargotec changed the definition of the alternative performance measure comparable operating profit starting from 1 January 2021 to align it with the definition used in the merger prospectus. In addition to the items significantly affecting comparability, the restated comparable operating profit will also exclude the impacts of the purchase price allocation, which amounted to EUR 24 million in 2020. Comparisonfigure has been calculated based on the new definition. Restatement for 2020 figures will be published before Q1/21 result announcement.
Cargotec expects its comparable operating profit for H2/2020 to increase compared to H1/2020 (EUR 82.9 million)
Cargotec updates its business development estimate published on 17 July 2020 and gives guidance for the third quarter 2020. Cargotec’s business development has continued well during July-August. Cargotec estimates orders received (Q2/2020: EUR 637 million) and comparable operating profit (Q2/2020: EUR 43.4 million) to increase compared to the second quarter 2020.
Visibility towards the end of the year is still weak. In the current exceptional situation Cargotec
estimates that it is not able to give guidance for the year 2020. During the second half of the year,
Cargotec estimates its business and operating environment to develop as follows:
On 27 March 2020, Cargotec updated its outlook for 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic and related political decisions and administrative restrictions. In the current exceptional situation Cargotec estimated that it is not able to give a guidance for the year 2020. Cargotec publishes a new guidance at a later date.
Previous guidance (given on 6 February 2020): Cargotec expects its comparable operating profit for 2020 to improve from 2019 (EUR 264 million).
In the second quarter, there are significant challenges in relation to deliveries and demand. Cargotec estimates a significant decline in orders, sales, comparable operating profit and cash flow in the second quarter compared to the second quarter of 2019. During the first weeks of April 2020, Cargotec’s orders received have significantly decreased from the comparison period. Due to the challenging operating environment, visibility towards the end of the year is currently weak.
27 March 2020: Cargotec lowers its 2020 financial outlook and withdraws its guidance for 2020, gives a new guidance later
Cargotec updates its outlook for 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic and related political decisions and administrative restrictions. In the current exceptional situation Cargotec estimates that it is not able to give a guidance for the year 2020.
Restrictions set by the authorities related to the coronavirus pandemic, as well as the increasing uncertainty, have slowed the decision making among customers and negatively affected Cargotec’s orders and delivery schedules. There are risks associated with the timing of the current order book deliveries, and the visibility is weak.
Cargotec has initiated measures to adjust its cost structure. The measures include the objective of shifting the management and office workers to a four-day working week with a corresponding reduction in salaries, subject to local legislation; a reduction of external services, as well as minimising travel. Cost structure adjustments will continue as the situation requires.
Cargotec publishes a new guidance at a later date.
Cargotec expects its comparable operating profit for 2020 to improve from 2019 (EUR 264 million).
The operating profit margin for 2012 is expected to be approximately 5 percent excluding non-recurring costs. Sales are expected to grow from 2011.
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.
Cargotec's 2012 operating profit margin is expected to be approximately 6 percent. Sales are expected to grow from 2011.
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.
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.
Cargotec expects its 2012 sales to grow and operating profit margin to improve compared to 2011.