Consolidated revenues down to 175.1 million euros and margins in line with those of 2018. Export share up 90%.
The new study by Acimac Research Department examines the 2015-2017 economic and financial data for 345 companies, of which 75 operating in Italy, 72 in Spain and 198 in other countries worldwide.
The 4th edition of the Acimac Research Department’s “Financial statement analysis of world ceramic tile manufacturers” analysing the data of 388 companies and comparing the results of Italian, Spanish, European and Asian companies is now available.
The 5th edition of “Financial statement analysis of world manufacturers of machinery for the ceramic and brick industries” (by Acimac Research Department) examines the economic and financial figures of 188 companies operating worldwide.
The new Acimac’s study shows a significant growth in EBITDA and net profits. The best performances were posted by companies with turnovers of between 10 and 40 million € and in the fields of digital decoration and finishing machines.
The 3rd edition of “Financial statement analysis of world ceramic tile producers” by ACIMAC Research Department compares the 2015 results of 77 Asian tile companies and further 248 companies, of which 88 from Italy and 75 from Spain.
The 3rd edition of the “Financial statement analysis of world ceramic tile producers” shows a slight increase of profitability margins for the Spanish tile companies in 2015.
The 3rd edition of the “Financial statement analysis of world ceramic tile producers” compares the results of 88 Italian tile companies and 237 foreign ones.
Italian companies saw growth in average profitability in 2014. The international companies analysed showed good financial ratios.
The industry is continuing its recovery, largely driven by increases in productivity per employee which more than compensate for rising labour costs.
The economic and financial figures for the largest 205 brick and roof tile manufacturers continue to reflect the difficulties experienced by the sector, albeit with signs of improvement.
The sector is expanding but there is growing disparity between the performances of Italian and non-Italian companies.