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Brickability

September 2022

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  • Epic Code:
  • BRCK
  • Price:
  • 81p
Brick factor Brickability’s final results were slightly ahead with pretax profit of £34.7m (Cenkos forecast: £34.1m) and eps 10.1p (9.6p), representing year on year growth of 131% and 81%. That reflected favourable inflationary trading conditions and acquisitions, the most transformative being Taylor Maxwell, although organic growth was seen across all divisions.Bricks & Building Materials grew sales 32% to £462m including like-for-like growth of 32%, helped by acquisitions and the “exceptional” profits simply by holding lumber stocks that have soared in price. The reduction in EBITDA margin from 8.1% to 7.2% reflects the mix effect from lower margin Taylor Maxwell.In Roofing Services underlying revenues grew 32% but EBIT ...

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