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Mobotix AG reports strong sales and profit growth in first quarter

Published on 5 November, 2008

 Sales and profit are above expectations for Mobotix AG
The results for the first quarter are above Mobotix AG's expectations
Mobotix AG, a technologically leading system provider for digital high-resolution network-based video security systems, has reported the results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2008/09 ending on 30th September 2008.

The Mobotix Group (IFRS consolidated statements) has reached a sales growth of 48.2% in the first quarter of fiscal year 2008/09 resulting in sales of 10.3m EUR (previous year: 7.0m EUR).

The group EBITDA reached 2.7m EUR (previous year: 1.7m EUR).  The EBITDA margin could be increased to 26.0% (previous year: 22.8%).  The EBIT of 2.5m EUR (previous year: 1.5m EUR), equals to an EBIT margin of 23.4% (previous year: 19.5%).

The net income for the period amounts to 1.8m EUR resulting in earnings per share of 0.40 EUR.  The results for the first quarter are above the company's expectations.

The Management Board will present the financial figures to the first quarter of fiscal 2008/09 in an analyst and investors conference on 12th November 2008 at 3 p.m. in room "London" at the "Eigenkapitalforum" of Deutsche Börse AG.  The publication of the interim report for the first quarter is also planned for Wednesday, 12th November 2008.

  • Sales: 10.3m EUR
  • Sales growth: 48.2%
  • EBIT: 2.5m EUR
  • EBIT margin: 23.4%
  • Net Income for the period: 1.8m EUR
  • Earnings per share: 0.40 EUR

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