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Q3 2022 in numbers

Finnlines’ key financial figures January-September 2022

Highlights Q3

The Finnlines Group’s revenue in January–September 2022 amounted to EUR 558.4 million, an increase of 31 per cent compared to the corresponding period in 2021. The result for the reporting period was EUR 105.2 million – an increase of 52 per cent compared to EUR 69.0 million in January–September 2021. Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation, EBITDA, amounted to EUR 169.2 (121.2 in 2021) million.

558.4

Revenue EUR million

169.2

EBITDA EUR million

105.2

Net result,
EUR million

59.8%

Equity ratio

Key operational figures January-September 2022

572,000

cargo units

1,084,000

tons of non-unitised freight

99,000

cars

514,000

passengers

EUR million1-9 20221-9 20211-12 2021
Revenue558.4425.9579.9
Result before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA)169.2121.2160.3
Result before interest and taxes (EBIT)106.272.578.2
Result for reporting period105.269.074.7
Equity ratio, %59.859.260.4
Interest-bearing debt, MEUR404.7371.2350.4
Net gearing, %47.448.445.6

More than 170 weekly departures

Finnlines’ services play a vital role in ensuring a smooth supply of goods to Finland and from Finland to Sweden, Continental Europe, Great Britain and Ireland.

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