Rockwool upgrades revenue forecast

Sales have increased by 17 percent to EUR 1,270 million measured in local currency, reveals Rockwool in a press release to the stock exchange.

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Danish steel wool manufacturer Rockwool Group has increased its 2018 forecast, predicting growth in revenue from 7-10 percent in local currencies to 13-15 percent, announced the company in a press release to the stock exchange Monday evening.

The company has revealed some preliminary results from the first half year of 2018, with the group announcing a 17 percent increase on sales to EUR 1,270 million, measured in local currencies.

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