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CEWE on track to reach targets after solid third quarter Earnings reports News 

CEWE on track to reach targets after solid third quarter

Europe’s leading photofinisher CEWE Stiftung & Co. KGaA announced third-quarter sales increased by 8.9% to 423.2 million euros, with strong growth in its key CEWE Photobook category. The company narrowed its third-quarter loss to -0.6 million euros,  73% improvement from the 2.4 million euros quarterly loss the prior year. “The first three quarters exceeded our expectations, since our core business segment... Read More
CEWE planning more growth in 2019 as well Earnings reports News Press releases 

CEWE planning more growth in 2019 as well

Sales of CEWE PHOTOBOOK exceed expectations Corporate targets all reached in 2018: turnover and EBIT each increase by around 9 % Tenth consecutive dividend increase: 1.95 euros per share 2019 forecast: turnover to rise to between 655 and 690 million euros, and EBIT to between 52 and 58 million euros Oldenburg/Frankfurt Main, 28 March 2019. CEWE Stiftung & Co. KGaA... Read More
CEWE achieves all its corporate targets for 2018 Earnings reports News Photo contests 

CEWE achieves all its corporate targets for 2018

CEWE Stiftung & Co. KGaA reached its turnover and profit targets for the financial year of 2018. Preliminary calculations show a 9.0% increase in turnover, to 653.3 million euros (2017: 599.4 million euros, turnover target for 2018: 630-665 million euros). CEWE achieved this through positive growth in the CEWE PHOTOBOOK and other photo gifts in the Christmas season. This enabled... Read More
CEWE confirms all its annual targets after sound Q3 Earnings reports News Press releases 

CEWE confirms all its annual targets after sound Q3

CEWE Stiftung & Co. KGaA (SDAX, ISIN: DE 0005403901) reaffirms its income forecast for 2018 against a background of sound development in turnover and earnings: Group turnover in the third quarter rose by 6.9 million to 137.2 million euros, with the EBIT at 1.4 million euros, falling short of the figure for the previous year (Q3 2017: 3.6 million euros).... Read More
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