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De La Rue

January 2022

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  • Epic Code:
  • DLAR
  • Price:
  • 147p
The highlight of De La Rue’s interim results for the period ended September was the 13.7% increase in operating profit to £17.4m on sales up 10.3% to £177.1m. Delayed phasing of capital investment and strong cash management reduced net debt from £52.3m to £43.9m.The currency division increased sales 5% to £132.7m driven by ongoing global demand for cash and a greater contribution from more durable polymer bank notes, where a second production line will be operational in H2. Encouragingly, management expect 100% utilisation of manufacturing capacity in H2 while the “cost out” program is virtually completed with a further £7m savings to be recognised in H2.Within Authenticat ...

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