Rockwool ups sales after Covid-stricken second quarter

Rockwool's revenue doesn't match that of last year's third quarter but is still significantly better than in Q2 this year. Profit is unchanged compared to 2019 and reflects improved earning power.

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Despite receding compared to last year, Rockwool can celebrate a clear improvement in sales during this year's third quarter held against a major setback in the second quarter, when the Covid-19 pandemic threw a spanner in the works of the mineral wool company's growth spree.

Whereas Rockwool's sales came to EUR 706 million in last year's Q3, the group must settle for revenue of EUR 670 million in the same period this year, corresponding to a 5-percent setback.

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