Wolftank-Adisa Holding AG, Innsbruck, today published its figures for the first half of 2019.
In the first six months of the year, revenues increased by roughly 61.50% to Euro 26.256 million compared to 2018 (Euro 16.255 million in the first half-year 2018). At the same time, EBITDA jumped to almost Euro 2.92 and EBIT to Euro 2.14 million.
The report can be downloaded from the corporate website at https://wolftank-holding.com/investor-relations/ .
Thanks to the good business development and the positive order situation, the Management Board raises its forecast for the full year 2019 and confirms revenues of at least Euro 50.00 million (old: Euro 45.00 million), an EBITDA of Euro 4.7 million (old: Euro 4.4 million) and an EBIT of Euro 3.2 million (old: Euro 2.9 million).
“The pleasing business performance of the 2019 financial year makes us confident that our international growth strategy and consistent focus on environmental cleaning technology will drive us to becoming a successful global player in the clean tech sector in the near future”, said CEO Dr. Peter Werth.
About Wolftank-Adisa Holding AG:
Wolftank-Adisa Holding AG is the parent corporation of an international group of companies focusing on environmental protection services for contaminated soils and facilities, remediation and monitoring of (large-scale) tank farms, as well as full-service engineering services for LNG- and petrol stations. The company is active worldwide and uses various patented application technologies with the aid of high-tech epoxy resins developed in-house.
Wolftank-Adisa Holding AG (ISIN: AT0000A25NJ6; WKN: A2PBHR) is trading on the Munich Stock Exchange and is also listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange in the direct market plus segment.
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