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Rockwool upgrades after sales growth

The Danish rock wool manufacturer is enjoying the positivity radiating from the construction industry. While this boosted the company's top line in the first half of the year, the task ahead lies in implementing price increases. Rockwool upgrades guidance for operating result, sales, and investments.

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Denmark's Rockwool is riding the construction wave and booked growth in sales of 5 percent to EUR 584 million, shows the company's freshly-released interim report.

Management calls the result satisfactory.

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