Rockwool fights capacity battle

After a successful Q1, Rockwool's CEO Jens Birgersson boosts production capacity investments in order to avoid bottle necks. The CEO also has high expectations for investments in energy efficiency on a global scale.


Rockwool has had success in increasing everything from revenue, EBIT and profit in Q1. Now investments will take place in order to keep up with demand, says Rockwool CEO Jens Birgersson.

We are satisfied with our first quarter. But we aren't especially oriented around quarterly results. So we are very pleased about seeing an important, growing role for Rockwool and non-flammable products in larger cities in particular. It is a trend we are happy about – that we are not alone in thinking non-flammable products are fantastic," says Birgersson.

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