January–March 2000.


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January–March 2000 Moistness varies on the planet Winter in Toronto – summer in Sydney. The level of the moistness in Australia is 25 times the level in Canada. Dehumidification Pharma Nourishment Safeguarding Dampness Control Administrations Water Harm Rebuilding HumiCool Poultry Gas turbines
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January–March 2000

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Humidity contrasts on the planet Winter in Toronto – summer in Sydney. The mugginess\' level in Australia is 25 times the level in Canada.

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Dehumidification Pharma Food Preservation

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Moisture Control Services Water Damage Restoration

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HumiCool Poultry Gas turbines Comfort Cooling

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Mist Elimination & Water FGD Waste Water Comfort Cooling - parts to the ventilating business

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Munters’ methodology for development Open new topographical markets Capitalize on administration abilities Global take off of existing applications Integration forward Underlying development

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Growing and non-recurrent clients Electronics Pharma 5% MCS/Service 40% Others 20% 15% Food Utilities

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Manufacturing and Sales Global association Invoicing SEK 2,6 billion Employees 2,146 NEW! NEW! NEW!

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Rolling four quarters SEK m SEK m 2 750 275 2 500 250 Order admission 2 250 225 2 000 200 EBIT Invoicing 1 750 175 1 500 150 1 250 125 1 000 100 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 1994 2000 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

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Jan–March 2000 Strong request admission, 20% development incl Euroemme and 14% natural development Strong turnover, 23% development incl Euroemme and 18% natural development HumiCool and ME & Water blend Good improvement in MCS, HumiCool and DryCool/DesiCool

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Market Development Jan–March 2000 Europe General great advancement with the exception of Power industry Poultry malady in Italy Americas Good advancement in MCS, HC, DH Asia Higher business sector action Still frail interest in Japan

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Invoicing by district Total invoicing Jan-March 1999 SEK 574 Total invoicing Jan-March 2000 SEK 707 Asia 9% 11% Europe 55% 54% 36% 35% Americas

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Invoicing by item territory Total invoicing Jan-March 2000 SEK 707 Total invoicing Jan-March 1999 SEK 574 HC, ME&Water HC including ME&Water DH 27% 29% 41% 40% 32% 31% MCS

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Financial diagram Jan–March 2000 1999 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Growth SEK m 791 20% Order consumption 659 644 614 691 707 23% Invoicing 574 652 637 731 51 38% EBIT 37 53 64 83 7,2 Margin % 6,5 8,2 10,0 11,4 29 30% Net income 23 32 38 51 2) 1) 63 - 22% Op. income 81 27 73 72 1) excl Euroemme 2) incl Euroemme

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Regional examination Jan–March 2000 Invoicing Growth EBIT edge Europe 392 22% 7% Americas 261 26% 10% Asia 67 8% 10% Total Group 707 23% 7%

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Key proportions Jan–March 2000 Interest scope proportion (times) 11,6 9,5 Net obligation (SEK m) 258 114 Net obligation/Equity ratio 0,38 0,20 Earnings per offer (SEK) 1,17 0,90 2000 1999

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Order admission per quarter SEK m 1994 800 1995 750 1996 700 1997 1998 650 1999 600 2000 550 500 450 400 350 300 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

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Invoicing per quarter SEK m 800 1994 1995 750 1996 700 1997 1998 650 1999 600 2000 550 500 450 400 350 300 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

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Summary One Strong brand – Munters Strong natural development Technical authority Global vicinity Large administration operations Large introduced base High piece of the overall industry in characterized specialties Customers in developing and non-patterned regions Capital light

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