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The strong organic growth in the USA continues

Loomis AB published an Interim Report for January-September 2015.

July – September 2015

  • Revenue for the third quarter amounted to SEK 4,167 million (3,600). Organic growth was 3 percent (3) and real growth was 4 percent (18).
  • Loomis operating income (EBITA)1) amounted to SEK 483 million (406) and the operating margin was 11.6 percent (11.3).
  • Income before taxes amounted to SEK 445 million (366) and income after taxes was SEK 329 million (278).
  • Earnings per share before and after dilution amounted to SEK 4.37 (3.70).
  • Cash flow from operating activities amounted to SEK 379 million (384), equivalent to 78 percent (95) of operating income (EBITA).

January – September 2015

  • Revenue for the first nine months of the year amounted to SEK 11,953 million (9,796). Organic growth was 2 percent (4) and real growth was 8 percent (12).
  • Loomis operating income (EBITA)1) amounted to SEK 1,224 million (981) and the operating margin was 10.2 percent (10.0).
  • Income before taxes amounted to SEK 1,046 million (878) and income after taxes was SEK 770 million (651).
  • Earnings per share before and after dilution amounted to SEK 10.24 (8.65).
  • Cash flow from operating activities amounted to SEK 879 million (782), equivalent to 72 percent (80) of operating income (EBITA).

 

“In the USA we had organic growth of 7 percent during the quarter. Adjusted for changes in fuel surcharges, growth in the USA amounted to 9 percent. It is clear that our investments and efforts in the USA are paying off”, states Lars Blecko, CEO of Loomis AB.

A recorded version of the web cast is available at www.loomis.com after the information meeting and a telephone-recorded version of the information meeting will be available until midnight on November 20th, 2015 on: +44 (0) 20 7031 4064, +1 954 334 0342 and +46 8 505 203 33, access code: 955720.

1)Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Amortization of acquisition-related intangible fixed assets, Acquisition-related costs and revenue and Items affecting comparability.

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