Extract from stock exchange release published on 10 February 2016

Economic development is expected to gradually pick up in Europe. According to European Central Bank’s (ECB) December estimate, short-term indicators suggest that GDP growth will continue to be moderate. ECB expects favourable financing conditions and low mortgage interest rates, combined with the increase in households’ disposable income, to boost demand for housing in the near future. The need for new construction, renovation and temporary facilities also increases due to intensely increasing immigration.

In Cramo countries, the construction market outlook for 2016 is positive. In their reports published in December, the construction market analysts Euroconstruct and Forecon estimated that in 2016, construction would increase in all of Cramo’s operating countries with the exception of Russia and Slovakia. The Confederation of Finnish Construction Industries RT also estimated that construction will take an upward turn in Finland in 2016.

In the long term, the equipment rental market is expected to grow faster than construction. Changes in demand usually follow those in construction with a delay. In addition to construction volume, the demand for equipment rental services is affected by industrial investments and the increase in the rental penetration rate. Tightening legislation and the requirement to improve the efficiency and quality of construction increase the need for different types of rental-related services.

The demand for modular space is boosted by the increase in the need for and popularity of modifiable and easily implementable space solutions. Demand is also
increased by migration flows within countries, demographical changes as well as by completely new applications, such as asylum seeker reception centres.

According to its November forecast, the European Rental Association (ERA) expects the usage of equipment rental services to increase in all of Cramo’s main markets in 2016. According to Cramo’s estimates, demand for modular space has increased in the Nordic countries By approximately 6% per year during the past few years. Cramo estimates that in the Baltic countries and Germany,
market growth is somewhat stronger.

HALF YEAR FINANCIAL REPORT FOR JANUARY-JUNE 2018 PUBLISHED

Calendar

  • 18 Jan 2019 - 7 Feb 2019Silent period
  • 8 Feb 2019Financial Statements Bulletin 2018
  • 4 Mar 2019 - 8 Mar 2019Annual Report 2018 published in week 10

Welcome to Cramo Investor pages

Cramo is a service company specialising in equipment rental services, as well as rental of modular space. Our equipment rental services comprise machinery and equipment rental as well as rental-related services.

As one of the industry’s leading service providers in Europe, Cramo operates in Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. In Russia and Ukraine we operate under the brand of the 50 percent owned joint venture Fortrent.

Cramo provides modern rental solutions through the Cramo Concept. Under the Cramo Concept, construction companies and customers in trade, industry and the public sector, as well as private customers, are provided with machinery, equipment and modular space through different rental solutions and services.

By combining the product portfolio with its extensive offering of services, Cramo reduces the capital invested by its customers and can create total rental solutions for every need for both the short and long term.

Through a network of about 300 depots, with a total number of rental items over 230,000, Cramo’s 2,600 employees serve over 150,000 customers in fourteen countries.

Cramo is a Nordic Mid Cap Company in the Industrials sector on Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd.