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Founded in Mannheim in 2006, CropEnergies is one of the leading European manufacturers of sustainably produced bioethanol for the fuel sector today. In our modern production facilities in Germany, Belgium, the UK and France, we manufacture approximately 1.3 million cubic meters of bioethanol per year from cereals and sugar beet. Besides we process the raw materials into more than 800,000 tonnes of high-quality protein food and animal feed products per year. The highly efficient production facilities reduce CO2 emissions by approximately 70% on average across the whole value-added chain compared to fossil fuel. With the production sites, the unique logistics network in Europe as well as trading offices in Brazil, Chile and the USA, CropEnergies is one of the leading companies in a major emerging market. Through advanced technology and innovation we contribute to ensure a sustainable mobility from renewable resources, today and in the future: mobility - sustainable. renewable.

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Insider information publication according to section 17 MAR

CropEnergies increases forecast for financial year 2016/17 once more
After record year 2016/17, normalization expected for 2017/18

CropEnergies AG, Mannheim, once more increases its forecast for the current financial year 2016/17 (1 March 2016 - 28 February 2017). The main reasons for the better earnings situation are the spot prices for bioethanol which continue to be significantly higher than the previously expected forward prices as well as the high capacity utilization in all four production plants. With this, CropEnergies strengthens its position as leading bioethanol producer in the EU. For the full financial year 2016/17, CropEnergies now expects revenues of EUR 800 to EUR 810 (previously expected: EUR 760 to EUR 790, previous year: EUR 723) million. Operating profit is to reach EUR 95 to EUR 100 (previously expected: EUR 70 to EUR 85, previous year: EUR 87) million. At the same time, CropEnergies expects a record EBITDA of approximately EUR 130 to EUR 135 (previous year: EUR 122) million.

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