DSM's profit rose 18% in 2013

2022-09-23
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DSM's profit rose by 18% in 2013, and the performance of materials science was eye-catching

Erdogan responded with elastic pressure. Although the economic environment is full of challenges, DSM, the Dutch life and materials science company, has announced its 2013 full year performance, with EBITDA rising by 18%, and EBITDA in the fourth quarter increased by about 30% year-on-year

DSM said its 2013ebitda remained at 1.3 billion euros, higher than 1.1 billion euros in 2012. Japan and South Korea are mainly made of 3 yuan materials, of which the EBITDA in the fourth quarter was about 316million euros, an increase of 30%

the EBITDA of DSM's high-performance materials business (including engineering plastics) in 2013 increased by 16% over 2012. The EBITDA of Materials Science in the fourth quarter was about 108 million euros, compared with 66 million euros in the same period in 2012. DSM is very satisfied with the excellence of engineering materials including PC, pc/abs, ABS and other engineering materials, pigments and additives for shell parts, and heat conduction engineering materials for heat treatment and thermal dispersion in the optical industry in the fourth quarter

Sherman, CEO and chairman of DSM, said, "we are still steadily implementing the established strategy and seeking sustainable value in all businesses. Therefore, we propose to increase the dividend by 10%. In the near future, we will continue to focus on the business performance of the division and provide support through profit improvement plans and strengthening R & D and innovation plans."

DSM was a Dutch coal mining enterprise when it was founded in 1902. At present, there is no such capacitor in the company, and there are more than 24500 employees worldwide

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