Positive markets and higher prices trigger growth for Rockwool

The Danish cleantech firm grew revenue 7.6 percent, driven in particular by the European market.

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Positive development across all markets as well as success implementing higher sales prices incited growth in the third quarter for Danish insulation company Rockwool.

The cleantech firm thus increased revenue to EUR 611.5 million in the third quarter which covers the July-September period. This marked organic growth of 7.6 percent compared to the same quarter last year.

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