Scanfil Revises Turnover, Adjusts Operating Profit Outlook for 2021


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Due to strong customer demand, Scanfil revises upwards its turnover and adjusted operating profit outlook for 2021.

New outlook for 2021:

Scanfil estimates that its turnover for 2021 will be EUR 630–680 million and its adjusted operating profit will be EUR 41–46 million.

The guidance for 2021 involves uncertainty arising from the potential negative impact of the availability of certain materials, especially semiconductors, and the COVID-19 pandemic on customer demand and the delivery capability of the component supply chain.

Previous outlook for 2021, issued 18 February 2021:

Scanfil estimates that its turnover for 2021 will be EUR 600–640 million and its adjusted operating profit will be EUR 40–44 million.

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