Paint Profit: AkzoNobel grows revenue on increased pricing

Toronto, Ontario — AkzoNobel reported its Q4 2022 and full-year 2022 financial results on Tuesday, with increased revenues driven by price increases.

The company reported a 13 percent revenue increase for the full year 2022, compared to 2021. Pricing was up 14 percent.

Operating income for the year was reported at €708 million (2021: €1,118 million), resulting from lower volumes, higher raw material and freight costs, inflation on operating expenses and €46 million negative impact from hyperinflation accounting. Adjusted EBITDA was €1,157 million (2021: €1,436 million)

For Q4 2022, revenue was up eight percent and nine percent higher in constant currencies; pricing was up 11 percent through the quarter.

AkzoNobel also noted the completion of wheel liquid coatings business Lankwitzer Lackfabrik in December 2022; it also finalized a €500 million share buyback.

Click here for AkzoNobel’s full financial results release. 


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