Kendrion 2021

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Bas261
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Ben benieuwd wat dit jaar gaat brengen, heb ze op mijn 'lijstje' staan, maar raak steeds niet enthousiast genoeg.
turboturbo33
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Wanneer iedereen enthousiast is geworden staat de koers ook weer 2 keer zo hoog, vooruit kijken! ;)
Erwin S
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ik heb ze voor 8.52 mijn 'beste' aankoop ooit samen met RD Shell en lang geleden Pharming
tmaster
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Krentenmenten
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quote:

Krentenmenten schreef op 14 januari 2021 21:30:


Blijft ‘n bedrijf. Vandaag ‘n relatief hoge omzet!
....mooi....
turboturbo33
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Interessant verloop in de koers vanmorgen. In het afgelopen half uur zijn 5 trades gemaakt met steeds een volume van rond de 20 aandelen. Nu heeft niet iedereen dezelfde koopkracht, maar hiermee zijn de transactiekosten wel een erg groot deel van het totale aankoopbedrag..
voda
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Kendrion nomineert Frits van Hout als voorzitter RvC

FONDS KOERS VERSCHIL VERSCHIL % BEURS
Kendrion
19,30 0,00 0,00 % Euronext Amsterdam

(ABM FN-Dow Jones) Kendrion heeft Frits van Hout genomineerd als voorzitter van de raad van commissarissen. Dit maakte Kendrion woensdag voorbeurs bekend.

Aandeelhouders kunnen zich op de aankomende jaarvergadering in april buigen over de voorgenomen benoeming van Van Hout.

Van Hout volgt dan Henk ten Hove op, die er dan twee termijnen op heeft zitten. Van Hout stopt in april met zijn bestuursfunctie bij ASML.

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2021


Friday, 19 February 07:30 hrs Publication Q4 and FY results 2020

Monday, 12 April 14:30 hrs General Meeting of Shareholders

Tuesday, 4 May 07:30 hrs Publication first quarter results 2021

Wednesday, 25 August 07:30 hrs Publication half-year results 2021

Tuesday, 2 November 07:30 hrs Publication third quarter results 2021
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18-2-2021 12:58:48

Beursblik: ING verwacht stabiele omzet Kendrion
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FONDS KOERS VERSCHIL VERSCHIL % BEURS
K V Kendrion
19,06 -0,06 -0,31 % Euronext Amsterdam

(ABM FN-Dow Jones) Kendrion heeft de omzet in het vierde kwartaal van 2020 op peil weten te houden en het verlies zelfs iets weten terug te brengen. Dit verwacht ING.

ING gaat uit van een kwartaalomzet van 92,2 miljoen euro tegen 92,3 miljoen euro een jaar eerder, met een operationeel resultaat (EBITDA) van 7,6 miljoen euro. Dat was een jaar eerder 7,2 miljoen euro.

Verder rekent ING op een nettoverlies van 0,1 miljoen euro tegen 0,3 miljoen euro over de laatste 3 maanden van 2019.

ING kijkt vrijdagochtend, als Kendrion de boeken opent, uit naar de ontwkkeling van de kosten en de onderliggende vraag die het bedrijf ervaart.

ING heeft een koopadvies op het aandeel Kendrion.

Kendrion publiceert de resultaten over het vierde kwartaal vrijdag voorbeurs.

Het aandeel noteerde donderdagmiddag op een rood Damrak 0,4 procent hoger op 19,12 euro.

Door: ABM Financial News.
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Q4 and full-year results 2020

Kendrion posts full-year EBITDA and cash flow growth on the back of strong Q4 results

Strict operating procedures remain in place to continue safe and responsible production in all factories around the world

Full-year revenue of EUR 396.4 million, down 4% (FY 2019: EUR 412.4 million) and 17% lower excluding INTORQ

Normalised 2020 EBITDA increased by 2% to EUR 44.6 million (FY 2019: EUR 43.8 million); EBITDA margin of 11.3% (2019: 10.6%)

Strong normalised free cash flow of EUR 31.5 million (FY 2019: EUR 25.5 million)

Net profit (normalised) of EUR 11.7 million in 2020 (FY 2019: 12.6 million)

Strong fourth quarter with normalised EBITDA of EUR 11.4 million, 58% higher than Q4 2019 of EUR 7.2 million

Nominated lifetime project revenue in Automotive of EUR 350 million (FY 2019: EUR 320 million), representing a book-to-bill ratio of 1.7

Decision to build a 28,000 m² manufacturing facility in Suzhou Industrial Park, China

Proposed dividend of EUR 0.40 per share; pay-out ratio 50% of normalised full-year net profit
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Joep van Beurden, Kendrion CEO:
“About a year ago, the world was confronted with the COVID-19 outbreak. From the outset, protecting the health and safety of our employees and their families has been our key priority, and at present we continue to rely on our strict measures to contain the spread of the virus.

Following a significant impact on our revenue in the first half of 2020, and especially in Q2, we realised a solid recovery in the second half of the year. I am proud of how our employees proactively dealt with the many challenges the pandemic threw at our company. Their dedication and flexibility have delivered underlying EBITDA and cashflow growth for the full year compared to 2019. Our performance in Q4 was particularly satisfying; the improved trading environment, combined with our continued focus on cost control and cash management, significantly increased underlying and reported profitability and cash flow compared to 2019.

Despite the pandemic we have made remarkable progress on our strategy. We successfully integrated INTORQ into our new Industrial Brakes business unit and combined the former Industrial Control Systems and Industrial Magnetic Systems business units into one: Industrial Actuators and Controls. In Automotive, our intense focus on actuators for electrified and autonomous vehicles paid off: we added a gratifying EUR 350 million in lifetime revenue to our long-term orderbook; a book-to-bill ratio of 1.7. To accommodate anticipated growth in China, we have decided to build a 28,000 m² manufacturing facility in Suzhou’s Industrial Park, a premier location for technology and for advanced manufacturing companies. We also made significant progress upgrading our IT infrastructure and worked hard to further implement our culture of global, seamless cooperation: ‘The Kendrion Way’.

Kendrion has transformed into a global, centralised group, with a clear, unified strategy and a matching, collaborative culture. With the successful addition of INTORQ, our Automotive and Industrial activities each represent approximately 50% of our revenue and growth potential. The balance between these two will provide a natural hedge against cyclicality.

Notwithstanding the continued difficult market circumstances, we expect that the world will climb out of the pandemic during 2021. We are confident that the improving economic circumstances, combined with our strong position in growth markets Automotive and Industrial Brakes and China, will help deliver our medium-term financial targets of 5% organic growth between 2019 and 2025, an EBITDA of at least 15% in 2025 and an ROIC of at least 25% in 2025.”
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vCOVID-19 update
Although activity levels in our markets continued to be under pressure from COVID-19, the impact on our revenue was less intense in Q4 2020. And while short-time work schemes remain available until the end of 2021 we made limited use of them in our European factories in Q4.

Discretionary spending and non-urgent capital expenditures continued to be reduced or suspended where appropriate and feasible. We extended the strict operating procedures active in all factories to continue safe and responsible production and to protect the health and safety of our employees and their families. We will keep these measures in place for as long as required.

Kendrion's supply chain is fully operational, although we too experience a shortage of certain components such as steel parts and semiconductors. We closely monitor suppliers that are critical to our supply chain to alleviate the impact on our business as much as possible.

Liquidity remains strong with around EUR 65 million available in cash and undrawn credit facilities. Our strong cashflow has resulted in a leverage ratio of 2.3 as per 31 December 2020, significantly lower than the new financial covenant level of 4.7 as per 31 December 2020.


Progress on strategy
Kendrion announced its strategic priorities and new targets for 2025 during Capital Markets Day in September 2020. The primary objective remains unchanged as the new targets are aimed at delivering sustainable profitable growth for the business in the medium to long-term.

Kendrion operates in three business units: Automotive Group (AG), Industrial Brakes (IB) and Industrial Actuators and Controls (IAC). AG and IB, as well as China, focus on organic growth. In IAC, the emphasis lies on profitability and cash generation.

Within AG, we added EUR 350 million to our orderbook, the third consecutive year with a book-to-bill ratio greater than 1. Of the nominations we received, 60% represent technologies not related to combustion engines. This high percentage is the result of our focus on actuators for electrified and autonomous vehicles. In IB, the integration of INTORQ went swiftly and smoothly. We exceeded the earlier announced run rate for cost synergies with realised cost savings of EUR 2.8 million. We have also merged our former Industrial Control Systems and Industrial Magnetic Systems business units into IAC. This operational merger has yielded run rate cost synergies of EUR 1.6 million by year-end 2020. To accommodate anticipated growth in China, Kendrion will build a new 28,000 m² facility in Suzhou Industrial Park. We expect to break ground in Q2 of 2021.
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Financial review

Revenue
Fourth quarter of 2020
Despite the pandemic, which continued to impact our end markets, trading in Q4 was relatively strong. Revenue came in at EUR 103.1 million, an increase of 12% compared with Q4 2019 (EUR 92.3 million) and 5% higher than in the traditionally stronger third quarter, when we posted Euro 98.6 million. Excluding the contribution of INTORQ, revenue decreased by 2%. This is a step-up from the organic revenue decrease of 16% we experienced in Q3 2020 and the 34% in Q2 2020. Exchange rates had a negative effect of 0.8% on consolidated revenue.

In the Automotive Group, activity levels continued to improve from the summer onwards, with year-over-year organic revenue decreasing by 5% compared to a decrease of 16% in Q3, and 44% in Q2. Revenue in the passenger car segments continued to increase, while revenue for coaches and trucks in the US remained well below pre-COVID-19 levels. Organic revenue of the Industrial activities increased by 5% compared with Q4 2019. Including INTORQ, revenue increased by 45%. China revenue increased 60% year-over-year including INTORQ and 7% organically, with all business units contributing to the increase.

Full-year 2020
Compared to full-year 2019, revenue decreased by 4% to EUR 396.4 million (2019: EUR 412.4 million). Excluding the revenue contribution of INTORQ, revenue decreased by 17%. Exchange rates had a slight negative effect of 0.3% on consolidated revenue in 2020.

Revenue in our Automotive activities declined by 20%, impacted by an estimated 16% reduction in the global production of passenger cars and a slowdown in the truck and bus markets, especially in Europe and the US. Industrial activities grew by 24%. including a EUR 54.0 million revenue contribution from INTORQ. Excluding INTORQ, Industrial revenue declined 11%. Despite the COVID-19 impact in the first quarter, organic revenue in China increased by 5% in 2020. In 2020, China represented 12% of group revenue. Revenue of our European and US customers decreased by 18% and 24% respectively.

Results
Fourth quarter of 2020
The normalised operating result before depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) increased significantly by 58% to EUR 11.4 million (Q4 2019: EUR 7.2 million) and the EBITDA margin rose to 11.1% (Q4 2019: 7.8%). We attribute this strong profitability to higher activity levels combined with INTORQ’s contribution and continued cost control.

Total personnel costs and other operating expenses decreased on an organic basis by EUR 2.3 million or 6%, following cost control and structural cost measures. Profitability in our Industrial and Automotive activities developed favourably compared to the previous quarters, and profitability in our Industrial activities also improved year-over-year.

Normalised EBITA amounted to EUR 4.9 million (2019: EUR 1.2 million).

Full-year 2020
Normalised EBITDA for the full-year 2020 increased by 2% to EUR 44.6 million (2019: EUR 43.8 million). The normalised EBITDA margin increased from 10.6% in 2019 to 11.3% in 2020. Normalised EBITA for the year ended up at EUR 18.9 million slightly lower than 2019 (EUR 19.8 million). The added value as a percentage of the production value increased by 1.1% as a consequence of the higher revenue share of our Industrial activities. On an EBITDA level, the improved added value margin, and the EUR 19.6 million lower organic staff and other operating costs more than offset the revenue decline.

Normalised net finance costs increased to EUR 3.5 million (2019: EUR 2.5 million) mainly due to the additional debt taken on to fund the acquisition of INTORQ and EUR 0.3 million unfavourable currency results. Reported finance expenses were EUR 4.1 million and include EUR 0.6 million additional accrued interest on the expected outcome of German tax audits covering 2010 to 2014 and the expected impact on subsequent years.

The normalised income tax expense amounted to EUR 2.3 million (2019: EUR 3.8 million). The normalised effective income tax rate for 2020 came to 22.0% (2019: 26.1%), positively impacted by previously unrecognised carry forward tax losses. The reported tax rate in 2020 came to 24.6% (25.0% in 2019).

Normalised net profit before amortisation of intangibles arising from acquisitions in 2020 decreased to EUR 11.7 million (2019: EUR 12.6 million). Normalised basic earnings per share amounted to EUR 0.79 (2019: EUR 0.94). Reported net profit was EUR 4.3 million (2019: EUR 8.3 million) and includes EUR 4.1 million (2019: EUR 2.7 million) one-off costs that have been normalised in the results and EUR 3.3 million (2019: EUR 1.6 million) net of tax amortisation of intangibles arising from acquisitions.
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Financial position
Total net debt including IFRS 16 lease liabilities decreased from EUR 122.6 million at the end of Q3 2020 to EUR 103.2 million at the end of 2020. Compared to the end of 2019, net debt increased with EUR 55.8 million. The acquisition of INTORQ in January 2020 added EUR 77.7 million debt, while normalised free cash flow before acquisitions reduced net debt by EUR 31.5 million. This was partially offset by EUR 6.2 million cash impact of items that have been normalised as one-off costs in the income statement, EUR 2.9 million payments for lease liabilities and currency translation effects. The leverage ratio stood at 2.3 as per 31 December 2020, down from 2.9 at the end of Q3 2020 and significantly below the new financial covenant level of 4.7 as per 31 December 2020.

Normalised free cash flow, before payments related to one-off items that have been normalised in the results, amounted to EUR 31.5 million in 2020 (2019: EUR 25.5 million). Reported free cash flow before acquisitions amounted to EUR 25.3 million (2019: EUR 21.0 million). The positive cash conversion is the result of a relentless focus throughout the year and was realised by careful spending on capital investments and improvements in all elements of our working capital.

Total investments came to EUR 18.0 million (2019: EUR 22.6 million) including IFRS 16, EUR 7.7 million below depreciation as we continued to focus on cash flow and prioritised investments that protect existing and future revenue. Cash investments came to EUR 15.6 million (2019: EUR 19.5 million). Kendrion’s liquidity position remains strong with a total of EUR 65 million available in undrawn credit facilities and cash. The solvency ratio was 47.4% at the end of 2020 (year-end 2019: 56.7%).


Number of employees
The number of employees (in FTEs) increased by 28 in the fourth quarter to 2.456 at year-end (including 142 temporary employees). Compared to 31 December 2019, total staff increased with 140 FTE. This was the result of the acquisition of INTORQ, adding 281 FTE and an organic decrease of 141 FTE. Indirect FTE reduced by 105, which was driven by restructuring measures taken towards the end of 2019 and the realization of cost synergies in Industrial Brakes and Industrial Actuators and Controls.


Alternative Performance Measures (APM) adjustments to EBIT(D)A and net profit
An amount of EUR 4.4 million in staff and other operating expenses has been normalised in the FY 2020 results and adjusted to EBITDA. The EUR 4.4 million in normalised costs break down into EUR 0.6 million transaction costs related to the acquisition of INTORQ, EUR 0.8 million costs to the integration of INTORQ and the realization of synergies, EUR 1.4 million to other restructuring charges, and EUR 1.6 million impairment charges to previously capitalized R&D expenses.

An amount of EUR 0.6 million related to accrued interest on the expected outcome of German tax audits covering 2010 to 2014 and the expected impact on subsequent years was normalised in the net finance expenses. The after-tax normalised amount was EUR 4.1 million which includes the net tax impact of the normalised operating and finance expenses and a EUR 0.2 million write-off of EUR 0.2 million tax receivable in Mexico. For a full reconciliation reference see Annex 6.
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Dividend
Kendrion aims to deliver an attractive return for its shareholders while simultaneously considering the company's medium and long-term strategy. The company strives to distribute an annual dividend of between 35% and 50% of its net profit.

The EUR 0.25 dividend per ordinary share announced over financial year 2019 was withdrawn in 2020 as a precautionary measure to protect Kendrion’s financial position in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and its potential financial impact. Considering the encouraging financial performance over 2020, our strong financial position and the expectation of a continued recovery during 2021, Kendrion proposes an optional dividend of 50% of the normalised net income, at the top end of its dividend policy, equivalent to EUR 0.40 per share entitled to dividend.

Kendrion offers shareholders an opportunity to opt for dividend in cash and/or in shares. The conversion price for the calculation of the stock dividend will be determined on 4 May 2021 (before the start of trading). It will be based on the volume-weighted average share price on 27, 28, 29, 30 April and 3 May 2021, for which purpose the value of the shares to be distributed will be virtually equal to the cash dividend. The cash dividend will be made payable and the share dividend will be delivered on 6 May 2021.


Outlook
While we expect the difficult market circumstances to continue for the upcoming period, we anticipate the global economy to improve over the course of 2021.

As the longer-term impact of the pandemic remains uncertain, we will continue to focus on our liquidity and cost levels. At the same time, we see ample growth opportunities in our focus areas Automotive, Industrial Brakes and China. In IAC, our focus is on profitability. We are well positioned for the medium-term to longer-term. We remain positive about our business fundamentals and are confident this will help deliver our medium-term financial targets of 5% organic growth between 2019 and 2025, and an EBITDA of at least 15% and an ROIC of at least 25% in 2025.


Analysts’ webinar
Kendrion CEO Joep van Beurden and CFO Jeroen Hemmen will present the Q4 and full-year results 2020 to the analysts’ community today at 11:00 a.m. CET. The recording of the webinar will be available on this page at 1.00 pm.
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Betere omzet en resultaten voor Kendrion

FONDS KOERS VERSCHIL VERSCHIL % BEURS
Kendrion
19,00 0,00 0,00 % Euronext Amsterdam

(ABM FN-Dow Jones) Kendrion heeft in het vierde kwartaal van 2020 de omzet en de genormaliseerde resultaten zien stijgen. Dit bleek vrijdag voorbeurs uit de cijfers van de specialist in elektromagneten.

De omzet kwam op jaarbasis 12 procent hoger uit op 103,1 miljoen euro. De genormaliseerde EBITDA steeg met 58 procent naar 11,4 miljoen euro met een bijbehorende marge van 11,1 procent. Het genormaliseerde nettoresultaat nam flink toe en kwam uit op een winst van 2,9 miljoen euro, waar over het vierde kwartaal van 2019 nog slechts 0,1 miljoen nettowinst werd gerapporteerd.

De nettoschuldpositie daalde naar 103,2 miljoen euro aan het eind van het vierde kwartaal. Dit was aan het einde van het derde kwartaal nog 122,6 miljoen euro. Op jaarbasis betrof het echter een toename met 55,8 miljoen euro. In de schuld is 77 miljoen euro voor het in januari 2020 overgenomen INTORQ opgenomen.

Analistenverwachtingen

ING mikte vooraf voor Kendrion op een omzet in het vierde kwartaal van 92,2 miljoen euro.

In heel 2020 kwam Kendrion uit op een 4 procent lagere omzet van 396,4 miljoen euro. De genormaliseerde EBITDA steeg 2 procent naar 44,6 miljoen euro.

Dividend

Kendrion stelt over 2020 een dividend voor van 0,40 euro per aandeel. Dit is een pay-out ratio van 50 procent, wat aan de bovenkant is van de doelstelling van 35 tot 50 procent.

Outlook

Kendrion gaf vrijdag aan dat in de loop van het jaar een herstel in de mondiale economie voorziet.

Het bedrijf houdt vertrouwen in het realiseren van de financiële doelstellingen voor de middellange termijn van een autonome omzetgroei van 5 procent tussen 2019 en 2025 en een EBITDA-marge van ten minste 15 procent.

De koers van het aandeel Kendrion sloot donderdag op een rood Damrak 0,6 procent lager op 19,00 euro.

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Update: Betere omzet en resultaten voor Kendrion

FONDS KOERS VERSCHIL VERSCHIL % BEURS
Kendrion
19,00 0,00 0,00 % Euronext Amsterdam

(ABM FN-Dow Jones) Kendrion heeft in het vierde kwartaal van 2020 de omzet en de genormaliseerde resultaten zien stijgen. Dit bleek vrijdag voorbeurs uit de cijfers van de specialist in elektromagneten.

De omzet kwam op jaarbasis 12 procent hoger uit op 103,1 miljoen euro. De genormaliseerde EBITDA steeg met 58 procent naar 11,4 miljoen euro met een bijbehorende marge van 11,1 procent. Het genormaliseerde nettoresultaat nam flink toe en kwam uit op een winst van 2,9 miljoen euro, waar over het vierde kwartaal van 2019 nog slechts 0,1 miljoen nettowinst werd gerapporteerd.

De nettoschuldpositie daalde naar 103,2 miljoen euro aan het eind van het vierde kwartaal. Dit was aan het einde van het derde kwartaal nog 122,6 miljoen euro. Op jaarbasis betrof het echter een toename met 55,8 miljoen euro. In de schuld is 77 miljoen euro voor het in januari 2020 overgenomen INTORQ opgenomen.

Analistenverwachtingen

ING mikte vooraf voor Kendrion op een omzet in het vierde kwartaal van 92,2 miljoen euro.

In heel 2020 kwam Kendrion uit op een 4 procent lagere omzet van 396,4 miljoen euro. De genormaliseerde EBITDA steeg 2 procent naar 44,6 miljoen euro.

CEO Joep van Beurden gaf vrijdag tegenover ABM Financial New aan dat de overname van INTORQ en de kostenbesparingen van 4,4 miljoen euro een belangrijke bijdrage leverden aan de resultaatvorming over 2020. Zo zou de omzet zonder INTORQ over vorig jaar 2 procent lager zijn uitgekomen en heeft het bedrijf met 2,8 miljoen euro aan synergie meer weten te realiseren dat de geraamde 2 miljoen euro. Op het niveau van genormaliseerd EBITDA gaf Kendrion geen cijfers zonder INTORQ over het vierde kwartaal en 2020 prijs, maar liet het wel weten in dat geval geen min te hebben hoeven noteren.

Op het gebied van kosten blijft het bedrijf alert, met medeneming van het doorlopende effect van de al genomen maatregelen. In Oostenrijk wil het bedrijf verder een vestiging sluiten, en dat scheelt 2 tot 2,5 miljoen euro per jaar.

Van Beurden refereerde vrijdag aan het voornemen vorig jaar om in China een fabriek neer te zetten. Daarvoor is nu akkoord gekregen door de raad van commissarissen, waarmee 5,5 miljoen euro wordt vrijgemaakt om een oude vestiging met een reeds bestaande faciliteit van INTORQ te combineren tot één nieuwe vestiging, die in de eerste helft van 2022 operationeel moet worden.

"We hebben het idee dat na de pandemie veel vraag loskomt. Veel van de knooppunten zitten nu aan de zijde van aanvoer, zoals plastics en staal. Voor die opleving zijn we voorbereid en deze nieuwe vestiging ondersteunt dit", aldus Van Beurden.

Dividend

Kendrion stelt over 2020 een dividend voor van 0,40 euro per aandeel. Dit is een pay-out ratio van 50 procent, wat aan de bovenkant is van de doelstelling van 35 tot 50 procent.

Van Beurden gaf vrijdag aan dat de financiële situatie van het bedrijf voldoende armslag geeft om een dergelijk voorstel te doen.

Outlook

Kendrion gaf vrijdag aan dat in de loop van het jaar een herstel in de mondiale economie voorziet. "Volgend jaar zou zo maar een jaar van opleving kunnen worden, ofschoon we niet verwachten dat de tekorten in de aanvoerlijnen rap zijn aangevuld", aldus de CEO.

Het bedrijf houdt vertrouwen in het realiseren van de financiële doelstellingen voor de middellange termijn van een autonome omzetgroei van 5 procent tussen 2019 en 2025 en een EBITDA-marge van ten minste 15 procent.

De koers van het aandeel Kendrion sloot donderdag op een rood Damrak 0,6 procent lager op 19,00 euro.

Update: om meer informatie en het commentaar van de raad van bestuur te vermelden.

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