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TUBACEX announces results of first quarter 2019

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Spanish tubular solutions manufacturer TUBACEX has presented its results for the first quarter of 2019 to the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV), in which it has obtained sales of €143.5 million, down 14.8% on the same period for the previous year. Profit stood at €1.8 million at the beginning of a year marked by the market recovery, with good prospects in high value-added product segments and record intake for umbilical tubes.



  • Sales for the first quarter of the year amounted to €143.5 million, with earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) of €14.3 million and an EBITDA margin of 9.9%.
  • TUBACEX has a solid financial structure with a cash flow in excess of €150 million.
  • TUBACEX is in the final award phase of several unique, multi-year projects with high added value, both in the gas and power generation sectors.
  • The year has begun with a gradual recovery, with very good prospects in high value-added product segments and record intake for umbilical tubes.
  • In terms of results, a similar year to that of 2018 is expected, with the possibility of closing the year with the company's highest ever portfolio.


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