December 8, 2022

Thales reports 2019 results

Thales has reported its 2019 full-year results.

Key figures from the report include the order intake in 2019 amounting to €19,142 million, up 19% from 2018. Order momentum was particularly strong in the Defence & Security segment. At 31 December 2019, the consolidated order book stood at €33.8 billion.

Sales totalled €18,401 million, up 16.1% compared to 2018 and up 0.8% at constant scope and currency (“organic” change), with the decline in sales in the Aerospace and Transport segments offsetting the robust performance in Defence & Security.

“Thanks to the commitment of its 80,000 employees, Thales ended 2019 with a commercially very dynamic fourth quarter,” says Patrice Caine, chairman and ceo. “The booking of 12 projects over €100 million in the last quarter drove us significantly above our order intake objective. After recording growth above 5% in the past three years, sales slowed down due to the commercial Space market downturn and an exceptionally high basis of comparison in Transport. EBIT and adjusted net income were up 19%, boosted by the smooth integration of Gemalto.

“Our roadmap between now and 2023 remains unchanged. We are focused on generating profitable growth sustainably. In a global 2020 environment with several uncertainties, Thales’s business model, which is both balanced and resilient, is more than ever creating value.”

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