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21 July 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 04:20 GMT+2



March 27, 2019

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In decided increase the economic results of German terminalista HHLA

Exercise 2018 has been archived item with a profit after the taxes of 138,5 million euros (+30.8%)

In 2018, year in which the harbour terminals of the group they have enlivened a containerized trade pairs to 7,3 million teu with an increase of +1.9% on 2017(on 7 February 2019), the German Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) has recorded revenues pairs to 1,29 billion euros, with an increment of +3.1% on the exercise anniversary precedence, of which 758,9 million euros deriving from the activity of the container harbour terminals of group (+1.7%), 433,8 million euros in intermodal field (+4.8%) and 59,8 million euros in that logistic (+17.7%). Budget 2018 of the group shows an EBITDA of 318,5 million euros (+7.7%), a EBIT of 204,2 million euros (+17.9%) and a profit after the taxes of 138,5 million euros (+30.8%).

In the solo fourth trimester of 2018, period in which the harbour terminals of HHLA have enlivened 1,8 million teu with an increase of +2.9% on the same period of the year precedence, the total revenues are piled to 327,0 million euros (+5.8%), of which 187,7 million produced from the containerized trade enlivened in ports (+2.6%), 109,8 million in intermodal segment (+7.4%) and 19,9 million in that logistic (+48.4%). The group has closed the period October-December last year with an EBITDA of 77,3 million euros (+53.2%), a EBIT of 48,1 million euros (+166.8%) and with profit after the taxes of 29,6 million euros respect to a loss after tax of -2,7 million euros in the last trimester of 2017.


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