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NCSP Group Revenue Shows Slight Increase In First Half

NCSP Group revenue shows slight increase in first half

Source: NCSP
NCSP Group (Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port) has published its consolidated financial results for the 6 months of 2021 – August 30, 2021 Consolidated cargo turnover of NCSP Group for the 6 months of 2021 totaled 58.4 mln. tons, including 46.2 mln. tons of liquid cargo, which is 4.3 and 4.7 mln. tons down year-on-year, respectively. Cargo turnover of dry cargo increased by 0.4 mln. tons
and amounted to 12.2 mln. tons. The cargo turnover was mainly impacted by the reduction of crude oil transshipment due to OPEC+ agreement since May 1, 2020 to limit oil production. Consolidated revenue of NCSP Group for the 6 months of 2021 totaled USD 362.6 mln., which is USD 6 mln. (or 1.7%) more compared to the 6 months of 2020. First of all, the growth in revenue was due to an increase in the cargo turnover of such cargo as containers, ferrous metals, chemical cargo and other cargo. EBITDA of NCSP Group amounted to USD 254.8 mln. in the reporting period. Cash and cash equivalents as at June 30, 2021 stood at USD 237.5 mln. The Group’s net debt reduced by USD 162 mln. NCSP Group’s key financial indicators for the 6 months of 2021 Indicator (USD)6M 20216M 2020ChangeChange %Revenue362.6356.66.01.7%EBITDA254.8254.40.40.2%EBITDA margin70.371.4-1.1 Profit for the period171.286.484.798,0% Jun 30, 2021Dec 31, 2020ChangeChange, %Debt (incl. lease liabilities)487.0602.1-115.1-19.1%Cash and cash equivalents237.5190.646.924.6%Net debt249.5411.5-162.0-39.4%Source: NSCP NCSP Group’s Interim Condensed Consolidated Financial Statements as per IFRS for the 6 months of 2021 are published at http://www.nmtp.info/holding/investors/reporting/msfo/. NCSP Group is the largest port operator in Russia by cargo turnover. Its controlling shareholder (62%) is PJSC “Transneft”. Source: NSCP

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