Rockwool CEO: We have the foundation for solid growth ahead to 2020

Things are going well for Danish insulation group Rockwool, which reported growth across almost all markets in H1 of 2018. The company's CEO estimates that the growth rates can be maintained with current capacity for a few years yet. However after 2020, investments in new markets likely await.


The machines are oiled and exceeding expectations, while management is busy implementing the new initiatives that will lead to higher productivity, if today's interim report from Danish mineral wool manufacturer Rockwool is anything to go by.

Rockwool booked turnover of EUR 1,270 million during the first six months, which is to be compared with EUR 1,118 in the same period last year. Operating result increased by EUR 55 million in the first six months to EUR 244 million and growth finally reached EUR 44 million on the bottom line, totaling EUR 123 million.

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