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Kingspan sales rise by 44% to €2 billion in nine months to end-September

The building materials group expects to deliver a full-year trading profit of around €250 million

9th November, 2015

Kingspan said sales in the nine months to the end of September rose by 44 per cent to €2 billion and it expects to deliver a full-year trading profit of around €250 million, a rise of 68 per cent on 2014.

The building materials group said that sales in the third quarter rose by 54 per cent, boosted by acquisitions such as the Joris Ide and VicWest businesses while the business also benefitted from unusually favourable exchange rates...

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