Aspocomp Raises Operating Result Estimate for 2022


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Aspocomp estimates that its previous full-year 2022 operating result estimate will be exceeded. Hence, the company raises its operating result estimates for 2022. According to the new forecast, Aspocomp estimates that its net sales for 2022 will increase and its operating result for 2022 will improve clearly from 2021. In 2021, net sales amounted to EUR 33.2 million and the operating result to EUR 2.2 million.

Thanks to the strong order book and favorable product mix, the company estimates that the operating result for 2022 will improve clearly compared to 2021. Consequently, Aspocomp has revised its internal forecasts for 2022 to a higher level than previously estimated.

In its previous outlook for 2022 (Interim Report for January 1-March 31, 2022, on April 26, 2022), Aspocomp estimated that its net sales for 2022 would increase and its operating result for 2022 would improve from 2021. In 2021, net sales amounted to EUR 33.2 million and the operating result to EUR 2.2 million.

Aspocomp is currently observing a 30-day silent period prior to the publication of its Half-Year Report. Aspocomp’s Half-Year Report for January 1 – June 30, 2022, will be released on Wednesday, July 20, 2022, at around 09:00 a.m. (Finnish time).

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