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Kitron updates its financial outlook due to strong demand and further easing of supply constraints.
At this point, Kitron raises its full-year 2022 revenue outlook to between NOK 6 450 and 6 550 million. Operating profit (EBIT) is expected to be between NOK 440 million and 470 million.
In its third-quarter report, Kitron increased the 2022 revenue outlook to an interval of NOK 6 200 to 6 400 million, while the interval for operating profit (EBIT) at the time was increased to NOK 390 to 430 million.
On 13 December, Kitron will host a Capital Markets Presentation to provide further information on the financial outlook as well as longer-term strategic and financial ambitions.
Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
In this follow-up to his recent interview on the Q4 2022 outlook, Shawn DuBravac, IPC chief economist, provides an update on the incoming supply chain for EMS providers. Naturally, this conversation centers on component availability, where the supply crunch is easing, and by how much. It doesn’t seem we’ll be seeing any across-the-board relief for some time to come, but Shawn’s higher-altitude perspective brings insight to your daily planning.
Dieter G. Weiss, Weiss Engineering
If you think market analysis is always correct and predict the future exactly, you are mistaken. The latest annual reports from EMS companies with manufacturing sites in Europe have changed the picture on the European EMS industry quite a bit and caught us by surprise. Yes, you read that correctly: SURPRISE.