AMAG Austria Metall made a net profit of EUR 59.2 mil under revenues of EUR 823 mil in 2014, up 5.68% and 4.64%, respectively, when compared to the last year. This translates into a net margin of 7.20%.
Historically, the firm’s net profit reached an all time high of EUR 86.0 mil in 2011 and an all time low of EUR 31.2 mil in 2009. Since 2009, the firm's net profit has increased 89.8% or 13.7% a year on average.
On the operating level, EBITDA reached EUR 115 mil, up -6.57% when compared to the previous year. Over the last five years, company's EBITDA has grown 1.56% a year on average.
As far as AMAG Austria Metall's peers are concerned, Vitkovice Steel posted net and EBITDA margin of -17.1% and 0.668%, respectively in 2014, Trinecke Zelezarny generated margins of 7.70% and 12.4% and ArcelorMittal Czech Republic's profit margin reached 6.28% on the net and 8.13% on the EBITDA level in 2014.