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Electrocomponents Sees H1 Gross Margin To Be Down By About 0.8 Percentage Points YOY
Electrocomponents Says 85.17% Shareholders Voted To Approve Directors' Remuneration Policy At AGM
Blackrock Raises Stake To 5% From 3.91% In Electrocomponents PLC - Filing
Electrocomponents plc is a service distributor. The Company's segments include Northern Europe, Southern Europe, Central Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC) and Emerging Markets, and North America. Its Northern Europe's hub is the United Kingdom, with associated local markets in Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Republic of Ireland. Its Southern Europe's hub is France, with associated local markets in Italy, Spain and Portugal. Its Central Europe's hub is Germany, with associated local markets in Austria, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic. Its North America's hub is the United States of America, with an associated local market in Canada. Its Asia Pacific and Emerging Markets has a hub in Hong Kong and local markets in Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Taiwan, People's Republic of China, South Korea, Chile, South Africa. Its product categories include semiconductors, and Automation and Control.
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Peter Michael Johnson
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Group Finance Director
General Counsel, Company Secretary
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Electrocomponents Plc <ECM.L>, Britain's largest industrial distribution firm, said its expected full-year adjusted pretax profit to be above market estimates after posting strong revenue growth in the fourth quarter.
Electrocomponents Plc, Britain's largest industrial distribution firm, said its expected full-year adjusted pretax profit to be above market estimates after posting strong revenue growth in the fourth quarter.
* FY GROUP REVENUE GROWTH OF 13 PERCENT VERSUS 5 PERCENT YEAR AGO
Britain's Electrocomponents Plc <ECM.L> said on Monday its underlying revenue rose 14 percent for the four months ended January, helped by double-digit growth across all the geographies it operates.
* IN FOUR MONTHS TO 31 JANUARY 2018, GROUP UNDERLYING REVENUE GROWTH REMAINED STRONG AT 14 PERCENT
Electrocomponents Plc <ECM.L> reported a 43.4 percent jump in first-half profit, but cautioned that trading comparatives will toughen as the year progresses.
Electrocomponents Plc said on Monday its first-quarter revenue rose 13 percent, helped by strong growth in Europe and Asia.
* Have made a strong start to year to march 2018, with an acceleration in revenue growth and improved profits
Electrocomponents Plc <ECM.L> said it expected pretax profit for the year ended March to exceed current market expectations, after reporting an 8 percent rise in fourth-quarter revenue on growth recovery in North America and favorable currency impact.
* Our results for full year ended 31 march 2017 to be ahead of our previous expectations
Electrocomponents Plc forecast higher full-year cost savings, after reporting better-than-expected first-half profit boosted by cost cuts and the pound's slide since Britain voted to leave the European Union.
Electrocomponents Plc raised its full-year cost-saving target and reported a 76 percent rise in first-half profit, helped by cost cuts made as part of a turnaround programme and a weak sterling.
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