An overview of the EGGER wood-based materials Group in numbers and images.

Please find below, as well as available to download, the relevant earnings and balance sheet ratios for 5 years.

Turnover development

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The revenue of the EGGER Group increased significantly in the 2015/2016 financial year to a total of EUR 2.34 billion EUR (2014/15: 2.26 billion EUR), an increase of 3.4 %. EGGER has therefore set a new revenue record for the company's 50-year history.


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The EBITDA (Earnings before interest, taxes and amortisation) was 349.6 million EUR, +31.2 million EUR (+9.8 %) higher in the 2015/16 financial year as compared to 318.4 million EUR in the previous year. The EBITDA margin increased to 14.9 %.

Total investments

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In the 2015/16 business year, EGGER made growth and maintenance investments of EUR 302.7 million (previous year: 263.3 million EUR).
A large part went into the expansion of the Gagarin location (RU) to include a MDF/HDF production facility, including additional coating lines as well as flooring production. Another important part was in the Austrian locations, St. Johann in Tirol and Unterradlberg, with investments in the field of logistics and modernisation of component manufacturing and upgrading. Other growth investments were implemented in our English and French plants of Hexham (UK), Rambervillers (FR) and Rion des Landes (FR). This involved logistics investments, modernisations of the upgrading lines, as well as energy and maintenance improvements.

Equity ratio

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Equity (including investment grants) decreased during the financial year 2015/16 by -3.3 % to 841.9 million EUR (30.04.2015: 870.9 million EUR). The equity ratio is 38.9 % (compared to 40.1 % by 30.04.2015), considering subventions collected.


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The average number of employees over the year was 7,785 (previous year: 7,382).
The increase in EGGER employees is due to investments in existing plants, in particular the expansion of the Russian location Gagarin, and the modification of the overtime / shift model in Turkey.