AMAG Austria Metall made a net profit of CZK 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 margin reached an all time high of 10.6% in 2011 and an all time low of 4.26% in 2008. The average net margin in the last five years amounted to 8.02%.
On the operating level, EBITDA margin reached 7.16% and EBIT amounted to 13.9% of sales in 2014.
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.