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19.06.2017
CropEnergies increases forecast after strong 1st quarter 2017/18
CropEnergies AG, Mannheim, has - according to preliminary results - increased revenues and results significantly in the 1st quarter of the current financial year 2017/18 (1 March 2017 - 28 February 2018). Revenues increased by 38 percent to EUR 231 (previous year: EUR 168) million, while operating profit improved by 21 percent to EUR 23.5 (previous year: EUR 19.4) million...
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In the financial year 2016/17 (1 March 2016 to 28 February 2017), CropEnergies AG, Mannheim, achieved a new record result. Revenues increased by 11 percent to EUR 802 (previous year: EUR 723) million...
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CropEnergies AG, Mannheim, achieved revenues of EUR 802 (previous year EUR 723) million in the financial year 2016/17 (1 March 2016 to 28 February 2017). Operating profit reached a record of EUR 98 (previous year: EUR 87) million in the same period. The increase resulted mainly from higher production and sales volumes....
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13.02.2017
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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11.01.2017
CropEnergies grows in 3rd quarter and increases earnings forecast
Reduction of emissions required by European Commission only possible with secure basis for conventional biofuels

In the first nine months of the financial year 2016/17, CropEnergies AG, Mannheim, increased revenues slightly to EUR 565 (previous year: EUR 558) million. The jump in revenues in the 3rd quarter to EUR 215 (previous year: EUR 168) million contributed significantly. The main reason for the increase in revenues is the restart of the production plant in Wilton, UK, by which CropEnergies increased bioethanol production from 618,000 to 735,000 cubic meters in the reporting period. At the same time, the food and animal feed volumes produced increased.
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20.12.2016
CropEnergies grows in 3rd quarter and increases forecast
In the first nine months of the financial year 2016/17, CropEnergies AG, Mannheim, generated revenues which, at EUR 565 (previous year: EUR 558) million, were slightly above the previous year's level. This was possible because of a jump in revenues to EUR 215 (previous year: EUR 168) million in the 3rd quarter.
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12.10.2016
CropEnergies with successful 1st half 2016/17 - outlook for revenues increased
CropEnergies AG, Mannheim, achieved revenues of EUR 350 million in the 1st half of the financial year 2016/17. These were lower than the previous year's revenues of EUR 390 million, mainly due to lower trade volumes and lower ethanol prices. Even though revenues in the 2nd quarter 2016/17, at EUR 182 (previous year: 193) million, did not quite reach the previous year's level, they exceeded those of the 1st quarter (EUR 168 million).
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22.09.2016
CropEnergies to repeat good 1st half of previous year despite lower earnings in 2nd quarter 2016/17 - outlook for earnings confirmed
CropEnergies AG, Mannheim, has achieved an operating result of EUR 22 (previous year: EUR 26) million in the 2nd quarter 2016/17. Compared to the 1st quarter of the current financial year, this is an increase of EUR 2 million. Altogether, the 1st half 2016/17 reaches the same level as the successful previous year's with an operating result of EUR 41 (previous year: EUR 40) million. The main reasons for the stable profit development in the 1st half 2016/17 were lower raw material and energy prices which were able to compensate for the lower prices in the ethanol market to a large extent.
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12.07.2016
CropEnergies annual general meeting decides on EUR 0.15 dividend
At the annual general meeting of CropEnergies AG, Mannheim, on 12 July 2016, shareholders approved by a large majority the dividend proposal of the supervisory board and the executive board to distribute a dividend of EUR 0.15 per share entitled to dividend. This results in a total dividend payout of EUR 13.1 million. All other agenda items were also adopted by a majority of more than 95 percent. Around 700 shareholders and guests attended the annual general meeting in the Congress Center Rosengarten in Mannheim. Overall, 83 percent of the share capital was represented. Shareholders were particularly interested in the development of the company and the current financial year, especially the restart of the bioethanol plant in Wilton, UK. The political framework for bioethanol in the EU, the planned introduction of E10 in additional member states and the development of the bioethanol prices were also discussed in depth.
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06.07.2016
CropEnergies with a good start into the year and improved outlook
Bioethanol plant in Wilton resumes production
CropEnergies AG, Mannheim, has significantly improved its results in the 1st quarter of the 2016/17 financial year. Revenues decreased by 15 percent to EUR 168 (previous year: EUR 198) million due to lower proceeds for bioethanol and - following the temporary standstill of the production plant in Wilton, UK, - lower trading volumes. The earnings situation, however, improved significantly thanks to lower raw material prices and lower energy and maintenance costs.

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