Key figures

2017 financial year

In financial year 2017, the Haniel Group's revenue rose sharply by 14 per cent to EUR 4,138 million. In particular, this trend was fuelled by higher revenue at ELG, which was due to the more positive economic development, higher average prices for nickel and iron and an increase in output tonnage. ELG lifted its revenue by 22 per cent to EUR 1,696 million. CWS-boco's revenue increased by 21 per cent due to the first-time inclusion of the Initial activities, which were acquired on 30 June 2017, and which contributed EUR 970 million to the Haniel Group's total revenue. The Haniel Group's revenue increased organically - i.e., adjusted for currency translation effects as well as company acquisitions and disposals - by 11 per cent year on year. The revenue of all divisions experienced positive organic growth as compared to the previous year.

Overview of the consolidated financial statements
RevenueEUR 4,138 million
Operating profitEUR 214 million
Earnings before taxesEUR 235 million
Earnings after taxesEUR 248 million
Haniel cash flowEUR 487 million
Investments EUR 1,168 million
Balance sheet totalEUR 7,368 million
Employees, annual average (headcount)18,481