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DMG MORI 2017 Profit Rises; Sales Revenues Up 4% - Quick Facts

DMG MORI AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT reported 2017 earnings after tax of 118.4 million euros, an increase of 149% from 47.5 million euros, prior year. EBITDA improved by 49% to 252.9 million euros from 169.7 million euros.

For 2017, sales revenues rose by 4% to 2.35 billion euros from 2.27 billion euros. Adjusted for the effects of the realignment, sales revenues increased by 9%. Order intake rose 16% to 2.75 billion euros from 2.37 billion euros. Adjusted for realignment effects, order intake increased 23%.

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