"Market demand remains healthy and the order book for capital equipment continues to be significantly above last year's levels. Performance in the quarter is held back by short-term challenges due to postponed sales in patient handling, significantly lower critical care rental volumes in the US compared with last year, and continued supply chain disruptions," says Joacim Lindoff, President & CEO of Arjo.
"We have a continued positive momentum within many areas and our underlying business continues to develop well. We estimate that growth will gradually increase in the year's final two quarters and the outlook of 3-5% organic growth for the full-year remains unchanged," concludes Joacim Lindoff.April-June 2022 in brief
Net sales grew organically by 0.2%.
- Net sales increased to SEK 2,404 M (2,199).
- Adjusted EBITDA amounted to SEK 430 M (513).
- Adjusted operating profit amounted to SEK 165 M (275).
- Profit after financial items amounted to SEK 139 M (253).
- Earnings per share amounted to SEK 0.38 (0.70).
- Cash flow from operations amounted to SEK 158 M (431).
- Cash conversion was 37.4% (84.8).
- Arjo awarded rental contract position with HealthTrust in the US.
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