Five-year review

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MSEK 2016
 
2015
 
2014
  
2013
  
2012
1, 2)

Income statement items          
Net sales 46,337 44,376 43,630 43,127 46,840
Operating profit 2,098 1,009 1,752 614 1,057
Pre-tax items 2,050 906 1,230 383 815
Profit for the year 1,727 798 1,027 298 726

Balance sheet items
         
Fixed assets 9,901 9,323 9,284 9,770 9,788
Current assets 21,708 18,718 19,101 22,135 22,287
Total assets 31,609 28,041 28,385 31,905 32,075

Shareholders' equity
9,380 8,076 7,997 7,668 7,978
Non-controlling interests - 0 0 0 1
Long-term liabilities 3,876 4,505 4,719 6,087 7,767
Current liabilities 18,353 15,460 15,669 18,150 16,329
Total shareholders' equity and liabilities 31,609 28,041 28,385 31,905 32,075

Key ratios
         
Operating margin, percent 4.5 2.3 4.0 1.4 2.3
Profit margin, percent 4.9 2.6 4.3 2.0 2.8
Return on equity, percent 20.1 9.9 13.1 3.8 9.2
Capital employed 14,402 14,476 14,762 16,202 16,620
Return on capital employed, percent 16.2 8.2 12.1 5.2 7.7
Equity/assets ratio, percent 29.7 28.8 28.2 24.0 24.9
 Net debt 1,862 3,118 3,886 5,948 6,478
Debt/equity ratio, multiple 0.2 0.4 0.5 0.8 0.8
Interest coverage ratio, multiple 13.3 5.5 4.8 1.9 2.9

Capital expenditures
         
Goodwill   -17  26 -14  14 
Other intangible assets   -2 -4 
Buildings and land   -94  36 57 
Machinery and equipment   627  532 261  847 
Shares and participations   -210  -263  105  -487 
Project and development properties   291  -99  265  822 

Orders
         
Orders received 41,445 37,812 31,690  34,292 38,743
Order backlog 33,572 26,991 24,922  28,164 28,056
 
Personnel
         
Average number of employees   13,036  13,176  13,792  14,828 


1) Not translated according to IFRS 11, Joint Arrangements.

2) Changes have occurred in the reporting of employee benefits, for which the revised IAS 19 has been applied since January 1, 2013. Comparative figures for 2012 have beenrecalculated. In brief, the amendment of IAS 19 entailed that the opportunity to utilize the corridor method has been discontinued whereby actuarial gains and losses arisingmust be recognized directly in Other comprehensive income in the period they arise. The return on plan assets must also be calculated using the same rate as the discount ratefor the pension commitment. The interest-rate component in the pension commitment and the anticipated return on plan assets are now recognized in net financial items.”

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