1 Q/26 Quarterly report Figures at a glance January through March 3 in million Jan. Mar. 3, 26 Jan. Mar. 3, 25 Change Key figures Revenue % (-%) by region Europe % (-%) Americas % (-4%) Asia-Pacific % (98%) by business segment2 Light equipment % (-7%) Compact equipment % (%) Services % (3%) EBITDA % Depreciation and amortization % EBIT % (-45%) EBT % Profit for the period % (-47%) Number of employees 4,646 4,477 4% Share Earnings per share in % Dividends per share in.53.5 % Key profit figures Gross profit as a % PP EBITDA margin as a % PP EBIT margin as a % PP Cash flow Cash flow from operating activities % Cash flow from investment activities % Capital expenditure (property, plant and equipment and intangible assets) % Cash flow from financing activities % Free cash flow % Change Dec. 3, 25 Mar. 3, 25 Change Mar. 3, 25 Mar. 3, 26 Dec. 3, 25 Key figures from the balance sheet Non-current assets % % Current assets % % Equity before minority interests,62.4,64. %,64.5 % Net financial debt % % Liabilities % % Equity ratio before minority interests as a % PP PP Working capital % % In brackets: adjusted to discount currency effects. 2 Consolidated revenue before cash discounts. 3 Dividend proposal for the AGM on May 3, 26. All consolidated figures prepared according to IFRS. To improve readability, the figures in this report have been rounded to the nearest EUR million. Percentage changes refer to these rounded amounts.
2 Wacker Neuson Group Quarterly report Q/26 Page 2 REVENUE DEVELOPMENT BY REGION IN MILLION EBIT IN MILLION AS A % 4 3 Asia-Pacific -2% Asia-Pacific % Americas Americas Europe Europe Q/25 Q/26 Q/25 Q/26 EBIT EBIT margin as a % Umsatz CASH FLOW WORKING CAPITAL IN MILLION IN MILLION 2, % Trade receivables Trade receivables Inventories Inventories -4 Cash flow from operating activities Cash flow from investment activities Free cash flow Cash flow from financing activities -2 Trade payables Q/25 Q/26 Trade payables BALANCE SHEET RATIOS IN MILLION AS A % FORECAST FISCAL YEAR 26 IN MILLION AS A % +2 5%,2,,64.5 (66.7%),62.4 (67.2%),5,25,375,4, , Q/25 Q/ Net financial debt Equity before minority interests Gearing as a % (equity ratio as a %) Revenue EBIT margin as a %
3 Wacker Neuson Group Quarterly report Q/26 Page 3 Cem Peksaglam CEO Dear readers, The bauma trade fair, which is held in Munich every three years, recently drew to a highly successful close for us. We launched a host of new products and presented many new concepts to customers at our stand, all of which were very well received. However, even this meaningful event cannot disguise the harsh reality facing many of our target markets at present. As expected, the first quarter of 26 proved a challenging start to the year for our company. Despite the difficult conditions, we managed to keep revenue at almost the same level as the prioryear quarter, which was a record-breaking period for us in terms of revenue. Our profit, however, contracted considerably. This was primarily due to weak markets causing a less favorable regional and product mix relative to the previous year. Demand for our light equipment in the raw materials and energy sectors, for example, remained subdued, especially in North America, where the oil and gas industry has almost come to a complete standstill. There were also delays in production of our compact equipment in the US. These were caused by quality issues with suppliers and have now been resolved. South America, Brazil in particular, continues to be hit by political and economic crises. In spite of this, our new assembly facility for mobile generators went on stream in April. This is a major market in South America and beyond, one that will continue to grow over the coming years. In Europe, as expected, trade in equipment for the agricultural sector in particular remained below the prior-year level. Revenue for the first quarter also decreased in eastern European countries and in the UK. This was because the prior-year quarter was a period of very strong growth for us and the comparable level therefore relatively high.
4 Wacker Neuson Group Quarterly report Q/26 Page 4 We are also seeing positive trends, however. In France, for example, our revenue has risen significantly following the dramatic slump over the past year. Demand in central and northern Europe was robust and southern European countries improved on the previous year s performance. In Asia-Pacific, we almost doubled our revenue for the first quarter. Whereas demand for large machines is contracting overall in China, the market for our compact machinery is on a clear growth path. The revenue growth has also been favorably affected by one-off seasonal items, however, which will balance out over the course of the year. Australia, a country that is dependent on raw material prices, continued to suffer from the crisis in the mining industry and unfavorable general economic climate. Additionally, the introduction and implementation of new emissions regulations for diesel engines has driven costs up. Also the currency situation has worsened compared to the previous year. Both effects dampened group profits further. Our current order situation, positive trends in Europe, infrastructure programs in Germany and, not least, the positive mood among many national and international customers at bauma give us every reason to believe that we will be able to compensate for the weak first quarter over the course of the year, particularly in the second half of the year. We therefore remain committed to the forecast for the year that we issued in mid-march. Our Annual General Meeting will be taking place in Munich on May 3, 26. We will propose a dividend in the amount of EUR.5 per share to our shareholders. This is the same as the previous year s payout and reflects our confidence in our earnings potential and the success of our corporate strategy. We would like to thank our shareholders and employees for the trust and loyalty they have shown us. Best regards, Cem Peksaglam CEO, Wacker Neuson SE
5 Wacker Neuson Group Quarterly report Q/26 Page 5 Business trends in Q 26 DEVELOPMENT OF REVENUE AND EBIT MARGIN Q IN MILLION AS A % Q/22 Q/23 Q/24 Q/25 Q/26 Revenue EBIT margin as a % Revenue and earnings Despite challenging conditions such as the ongoing crises in the energy and agricultural sectors, the Wacker Neuson Group succeeded in maintaining Q 26 revenue more or less on a par with the strong figure reported for the same period last year. At EUR 36.4 million, revenue was just 2.4 percent below the prior-year quarter (previous year: EUR million). Adjusted to discount currency effects, this corresponds to a decrease of.3 percent. Manufacturing costs for the first three months of the year rose.7 percent to EUR million (previous year: EUR million). This increase was fueled by a number of factors including currency effects. Gross profit for the first quarter fell 9.8 percent to EUR 87. million (previous year: EUR 96.5 million). The gross profit margin amounted to 27.5 percent (previous year: 29.7 percent) The fall in earnings was caused by the following factors: A much less favorable regional and product mix on almost the same revenue. Ongoing crises in emerging markets. Crises in key industries (agriculture, the oil and gas market, mining). Increased price pressure in competitive markets. Delays in compact equipment production in the US due to quality issues with suppliers. Increased expenses associated with the implementation of new emissions regulations in North America and Europe. Noticeably fewer currency gains than in the previous year under the item Other operating income/expenses. The financial result for the period under review amounted to EUR -.6 million (previous year: EUR -.5 million). Tax expenditure amounted to EUR 4.4 million (previous year: EUR 8.7 million). The tax rate was thus 28.2 percent (previous year: 28.8 percent). Net profit for the first three months of 26 was EUR. million and thus 47.9 percent lower than the prior-year figure of EUR 2.3 million. Adjusted to discount currency effects, this corresponds to a drop of 46.6 percent. Earnings per share thus amounted to EUR.6 (previous year: EUR.3). Financials and assets Cash flow from operating activities increased relative to the prioryear quarter to EUR -6. million, primarily due to the reduction in working capital by the close of March 26 (previous year: -2.6 million). Discounting investments in working capital, cash flow from operating activities amounted to EUR 29.7 million (previous year: EUR 38. million). Operating costs (discounting other operating income/expenses) rose.4 percent to EUR 7. million in the first quarter of 26. Their share of revenue thus amounted to 22.5 percent (previous year: 2.8 percent). Other operating income/expenses fell from EUR 6. million to EUR.3 million. This was primarily due to higher income from foreign currency in the first quarter of 25. Write-downs in the first quarter of 26 amounted to EUR 6.7 million (previous year: EUR 5.7 million) and thus corresponded to 5.3 percent of revenue (previous year: 4.8 percent). Profit before interest and tax (EBIT) in the first quarter dropped 45.4 percent to EUR 7.3 million (previous year: EUR 3.7 million). Adjusted to discount currency effects, this corresponds to a drop of 45. percent. The EBIT margin narrowed to 5.5 percent (previous year: 9.8 percent). Cash flow from investment activities came to EUR million in the first quarter of 26 (previous year: EUR million). The Group made investments in the amount of EUR 3.4 million, of which EUR 26.7 million was channeled into property, plant and equipment. This includes investments in the Group s rental fleet in Europe and investments in technical equipment. At EUR million, free cash flow 2 was also negative at the close of the first quarter of 26 (previous year: EUR million). Cash flow from financing activities came to EUR 27.3 million (previous year: EUR 5.8 million). Working capital amounted to EUR million in the first three months of 26 (+4.3 percent relative to December 3, 25: EUR million; -4.2 percent relative to March 3, 25: EUR million). The ratio of working capital to annualized Working capital = inventory + trade receivables - trade payables. 2 Free cash flow = cash flow from operating activities + cash flow from investment activities.
6 Wacker Neuson Group Quarterly report Q/26 Page 6 SALES AND EBIT BY REGION in million Europe Americas Asia-Pacific Consolidation Group Q Total sales Sales to third parties EBIT EBIT margin (as a %) EBIT margin on sales to third parties. revenue amounted to 47.3 percent and was thus lower than the previous year s ratio (previous year: 48.2 percent). Group equity before minority interests amounted to EUR,62.4 million, which resulted in an equity ratio before minority interests of 67.2 percent. EUR 89.9 million of the Schuldschein loan placed in 22 will be due on February 27, 27. As a result, this amount was moved from non-current financial liabilities to shortterm borrowings from banks. Net financial debt increased to EUR million (December 3, 25: EUR 99. million; March 3, 25: EUR million). Gearing 2 is reported at 22. percent ( December 3, 25: 8.7 percent; March 3, 25: 2.2 percent). Results by region Europe In the first three months of 26, revenue in Europe 3 fell.7 percent to EUR million (previous year: EUR 23.3 million). When adjusted to discount currency effects, this corresponds to a drop of.6 percent. The region s share of total revenue amounted to 7.9 percent (previous year: 7.3 percent). Business developed particularly well in France, with revenue increasing significantly following the dramatic slump in the previous year. The Group also reported revenue gains in Denmark, Italy, Austria and the Netherlands. Profit before interest and tax (EBIT) in Europe fell to EUR 2.7 million (previous year: EUR 35.9 million). The fall in revenue and earnings in this region was caused by the following factors: Low prices for foodstuffs such as milk continue to dampen willingness to invest among landholders in the European agricultural sector. The UK, Spain and eastern European countries such as the Czech Republic, Poland and Russia developed below expectations and below the previous year s level. Revenue in Germany contracted slightly. This was due to customers deferring orders from March to April as a result of the construction equipment tradeshow bauma in Munich. There were fewer currency gains than in the previous year under the item Other operating income/expenses. Americas During the period under review, revenue in the Americas region fell 4.7 percent relative to the previous year to EUR 7.6 million (previous year: EUR 83.9 million). Discounting currency effects, revenue in the region decreased overall by 3.9 percent. The region s share of total revenue amounted to 22.6 percent (previous year: 25.9 percent). EBIT fell from EUR 8.3 million in the previous year to EUR -.5 million. The drop in revenue and earnings for the region was caused by the following factors: Demand from the oil and gas industry in Canada and the US has virtually collapsed due to the low price of oil. Willingness to invest in machines for the industrial agriculture sector in North America was significantly lower than in the previous year. The Group was not able to achieve planned revenue levels with compact equipment manufactured in the US due to quality issues with suppliers. The dollar s relatively strong rating had a negative impact on exports of products manufactured at the Group s North American plants. Current uncertainties in South America had an impact on demand, in particular in Brazil. Profit was affected by one-off start-up costs for the new mobile generator production facility in Brazil. Asia-Pacific In the Asia-Pacific region, revenue increased 9.2 percent from EUR 9. million in the previous year to EUR 7.4 million; adjusted to discount currency effects, this represents a rise of 97.6 percent. The region s share of total revenue was 5.5 percent (previous year: 2.8 percent). This almost -percent increase was largely fueled by China, where dealers of Wacker Neuson compact equipment were stocking up in the first quarter. EBIT amounted to EUR. million (previous year: EUR.8 million). net financial debt = long- and short-term borrowings + current portion of long-term borrowings - marketable securities (if available and freely disposable) - cash and cash equivalents. 2 Gearing = net financial debt/equity before minority interests. 3 including South Africa, Turkey and Russia. The Wacker Neuson Group includes these countries in its Europe segment even though geographically speaking they are located outside of the region.
7 Wacker Neuson Group Quarterly report Q/26 Page 7 REVENUE BY BUSINESS SEGEMENT in million Q/26 Q/ 25 Change Segment revenue Light equipment % Compact equipment % Services % % Less cash discounts % Total % The drop in profit for the region was caused by the following factors: The crisis in the Australian raw materials sector, which has been ongoing for many years now and worsened further in the first quarter. The relocation of production from the Philippines plant to the German facility near Munich squeezed revenue and thus earnings reported by the Asian plant. A shift in the region s product mix. Revenue in emerging markets was.2 percent higher than that reported in the previous year. The region s share of total revenue in the first quarter of 26 thus rose to 2. percent (previous year:.6 percent). Revenue generated by agricultural equipment before cash discounts narrowed by.4 percent in the first quarter of 26 to EUR 47.5 million (previous year: EUR 53.6 million). Agricultural compact equipment accounted for 4.8 percent of total revenue (previous year: 6.3 percent). Services In the first quarter of 26, revenue before cash discounts in the services segment increased.6 percent to reach EUR 63.5 million (previous year: EUR 62.5 million). Adjusted to discount currency effects, this corresponds to a rise of 2.7 percent. This segment s share of total revenue amounted to 9.8 percent (previous year: 9. percent). Business trends by segment Light equipment Light equipment revenue before cash discounts for the quarter decreased 8.3 percent to EUR 9.7 million (previous year: EUR. million). Currency effects played a bigger role here than with compact equipment as the light equipment segment has wider international reach. Adjusted to discount currency effects, revenue fell by 6.6 percent. The segment s share of total revenue amounted to 28.6 percent (previous year: 3.4 percent). Sales of light equipment in North America were particularly affected by the downturn in the oil and gas sector. This segment was also impacted by crises in emerging markets and the mining sector. Compact equipment Compact equipment revenue before cash discounts fell to EUR 65.2 million. This is a.5 percent drop from the previous year s figure of EUR 66. million. Adjusted to discount currency effects, revenue grew by.3 percent. This segment s share of total revenue amounted to 5.6 percent (previous year: 5.6 percent). Outlook The company has not identified any risks to the Wacker Neuson Group as at March 3, 26 that deviate from the risk situation reported in the 25 consolidated financial statements. The current order situation, a positive business trend in core markets in Europe, municipal infrastructure programs in Germany, plus the positive mood evident at bauma indicate that business over the rest of the year could compensate for weak development in the first quarter. The Executive Board still predicts fiscal 26 revenue between EUR.4 and EUR.45 billion (25: EUR.38 billion) and an EBIT margin of between 7. and 8. percent (25: 7.5 percent). For the current fiscal year, the Group has earmarked around EUR million in total for investments (25: EUR 8 million). As in the previous year, the Wacker Neuson Group aims to fund investments with cash flow from operating activities and expects positive free cash flow at the close of the year. At March 3, 26, accumulated order intake for compact equipment (including orders for internal deliveries) was around 4 percent lower than that reported last year. The order backlog at the close of the quarter was around 5 percent below the previous year s level. The term emerging markets refers to 35 countries according to the Dow Jones definition: Argentina, Bahrain, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Egypt, Estonia, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Kuwait, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Oman, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates.
8 Wacker Neuson Group Quarterly report Q/26 Page 8 Consolidated Income Statement January through March 3 in K Jan. Mar. 3, 26 Jan. Mar. 3, 25 Change Revenue 36, ,326-2% Cost of sales -229, ,876 % Gross profit 86,993 96,45 -% Sales and service expenses -45,98-45,24 2% Research and development expenses -8,855-8, 9% General administrative expenses -6,24-7,485-7% Other income 8,748 3,38-34% Other expenses -7,43-7,272 2% Profit before interest and tax (EBIT) 7,27 3,67-45% Financial income % Financial expenses -,98-2,42-3% Profit before tax (EBT) 5,7 3,62-48% Taxes on income -4,428-8,693-49% Total profit/loss for the period,273 2,469-47% Of which are attributable to: Shareholders in the parent company,46 2,335-48% Minority interests %,273 2,469-47% Earnings per share in euros (diluted and undiluted) %
9 Wacker Neuson Group Quarterly report Q/26 Page 9 Consolidated Balance Sheet BAlance at March 3 in K Mar. 3, 26 Dec. 3, 25 Change Assets Property, plant and equipment 49,38 49,326 % Property held as a financial investment 22,492 7,65 28% Goodwill 237, ,282 % Other intangible assets 23,555 23,73 % Deferred tax assets 42,92 39,26 8% Other non-current financial assets,72,784 -% Other non-current non-financial assets 2,256,92 9% Total non-current assets 858,457 85,748 % Inventories 464, ,56-2% Trade receivables 22,99 8,35 22% Tax offsets 4,64 4,597 % Other current financial assets 2,794 2,763 % Other current non-financial assets 4,673 4,45 2% Cash and cash equivalents 6,272 25,9-35% Total current assets 722,848 7,425 3% Total assets,58,35,552,73 2% Equity and liabilities Subscribed capital 7,4 7,4 % Other reserves 598,77 6,6-2% Net profit/loss 394,55 382,99 3% Equity attributable to shareholders in the parent company,62,372,64,9 % Minority interests 5,2 4,975 3% Total equity,67,474,69,84 % Long-term borrowings 32,72 24,45-74% Deferred tax liabilities 32,334 33,537-4% Long-term provisions 53,469 48,58 % Total non-current liabilities 8,55 26, -43% Trade payables 85,277 8,32 6% Short-term borrowings from banks 27,779 99,38 9% Current portion of long-term borrowings % Short-term provisions 3,387 3,32 2% Tax liabilities 662 3,2-79% Other short-term financial liabilities 22,282 27,74-2% Other short-term non-financial liabilities 55,535 53,8 5% Total current liabilities 395, ,979 43% Total liabilities,58,35,552,73 2%
10 Wacker Neuson Group Quarterly report Q/26 Page Consolidated Cash Flow Statement for the period from January through March 3 in K Jan. Mar. 3, 26 Jan. Mar. 3, 25 EBT 5,7 3,62 Adjustments to reconcile profit before tax with gross cash flows: Depreciation and amortization 6,725 5,699 Other non-cash income/expenditure 5,45-4,867 Gains/losses from sale of intangible assets and property, plant and equipment Book value from the disposal of rental equipment 4,93 5,296 Actuarial losses from pension obligations -4,8-37 Financial result,57,59 Changes in misc. assets -,8 8,726 Changes in provisions 5, Changes in misc. liabilities,878 6,625 Interest paid -5,26-5,96 Income tax paid -2,74-9,637 Interest received Gross cash flow 29,74 38,6 Changes in inventories,725-44,387 Changes in trade receivables -43,378-43,6 Changes in trade payables 5,827 28,773 Changes in working capital -35,826-58,63 Cash flow from operating activities -6,86-2,57 Purchase of property, plant and equipment -26,738-22,558 Purchase of intangible assets -3,634-3,26 Proceeds from the sale of property, plant and equipment, intangible assets and non-current assets held for sale Change in consolidation structure -398 Cash flow from investing activities -29,667-25,373 Free cash flow -35,753-45,943 Cash inflow/outflow from short-term/long-term borrowings 29,58 5,58 Repayments from short-term/long-term borrowings -, Cash flow from financing activities 27,263 5,89 Increase/decrease in cash and cash equivalents -8,49 4,866 Effect of exchange rates on cash and cash equivalents -257,6 Change in cash and cash equivalents -8,747 5,927 Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of period 25,9 4,2 Cash and cash equivalents at end of period 6,272 2,27 Free cash flow = cash flow from operating activities + cash flow from investment activities. Disclaimer This report contains forward-looking statements which are based on the current estimates and assumptions by the corporate management of Wacker Neuson SE. Forward-looking statements are characterized by the use of words such as expect, intend, plan, predict, assume, believe, estimate, anticipate and similar formulations. Such statements are not to be understood as in anyway guaranteeing that those expectations will turn out to be accurate. Future performance and the results actually achieved by Wacker Neuson SE and its affiliated companies depend on a number of risks and uncertainties and may therefore differ materially from the forward-looking statements. Many of these factors are outside the Company s control and cannot be accurately estimated in advance, such as the future economic environment and the actions of competitors and others involved in the marketplace. The Company neither plans nor undertakes to update any forward-looking statements. Wacker Neuson SE Contact IR: () All rights reserved. Valid May 26. Wacker Neuson SE accepts no liability for the accuracy and completeness of information provided in this brochure. Reprint only with the written approval of Wacker Neuson SE in Munich, Germany. The German version shall govern in all instances. In the event of discrepancies between the German and the English version, the German version shall prevail.
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