• 2015 November 26 09:58

    FESCO’s consolidated revenue down 35.6% YoY to $543.5 in 9M’15

    FESCO Transportation Group has announcedits unaudited operational and consolidated IFRS results for the nine-month period ended September 30, 2015.

    In 9M2015, Group’s consolidated revenue decreased by 35.6% YoY to $543.5m. Consolidated EBITDA decreased by 32.7% to $88.5m.

    Group EBITDA margin increased by 0.7 pp YoY in 9M2015.

    In RUB terms revenue in 9M2015 was up by 7.6% YoY to RUB 32,181m, while EBITDA was up by 14% YoY to RUB 5,308m.

    Port Division: Container throughput in 9M2015 decreased by 32% YoY to 259.2 thousand TEU in line with negative market trends. General cargo volumes decreased by 14% YoY to 1,536 thousand tons. Division’s revenue decreased by 36.7% YoY to $89m on the back of weakening volumes. EBITDA declined by 28.8% YoY to $48.2m. EBITDA margin improved by 6.0 pp up to 54.2% due to realization of cost-cutting initiatives

    Rail Division: Rail container transportation by Transgarant and Russkaya Troyka decreased by 11.4% YoY to 209.6 thousand TEU in 9M2015. Transgarant rail cargo load decreased by 2.0% YoY to 14.8 million tons. Rail Division’s revenue in 9M2015 amounted to $81.8m, a decrease of 34.9% YoY due to the effect of RUB devaluation. Market trends in combination with RUB devaluation resulted in EBITDA decreased by 56.8% YoY to $15.8m in 9M2015. EBITDA margin amounted to 19.3%, down by 9.8 pp.

    Liner and Logistics Division: Drop of import to Russia resulted in the decrease of export-import sea container transportation volumes and intermodal volumes. In 9M2015, export-import sea container volumes decreased by 25.5% YoY to 239.7 thousand TEU, while intermodal container transportation decreased by 23.1% YoY to 143.4 thousand TEU. Domestic sea container transportation decreased by 6.9% YoY in 9M2015 to 43.3 thousand TEU. The decrease of volumes and negative dynamics of global freight rates resulted in the Division’s revenue and EBITDA decrease. In 9M2015, revenue decreased by 38.3% YoY to $294.4m, while EBITDA decreased by 48% YoY to $14m

    Shipping Division: In 9M2015, Shipping Division’s revenue was up by 15.2% YoY to $66.6m, EBITDA was up 2.6 times to $21m. EBITDA margin increased from 13.8% in 9M2014 to 31.5% in 9M2015.

    Bunkering: Bunkering revenue decreased by 34.6% YoY in 9M2015 to $101.4m. The Division’s EBITDA decreased by 66.3% YoY in 9M2015 to $3.2m. EBITDA margin decreased by 2.9 pp to 3.2%.

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