OUTLOOK FOR 2020
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and related uncertainty of economic development, Delete withdrew its outlook for 2020 on 3 April 2020. Delete will publish its outlook again when the predictability of business improves and the financial performance for the year 2020 can be better assessed. As a result of the pandemic, certain industrial customers in the Cleaning Services business have postponed maintenance shutdowns scheduled for the second quarter until later in 2020 or 2021.
Outlook for 2020, as announced on 25 February 2020 and withdrawn on 3 April 2020:
“The demand for Cleaning Services is expected to grow in 2020. Recycling waste volumes are expected to remain stable in 2020 and the market demand for recycled fuel is expected to gradually improve during 2020 thereby improving Recycling Services’ profitability.
Delete Group’s continued operations’ operating profit is expected to improve in 2020.”
OUTLOOK FOR 2019
(23 August 2019)
The demand for industrial cleaning services is expected to remain stable for 2019. The overall demand for demolition services is expected to remain on a reasonable level, with fewer large demolition projects than in the previous year. The market demand for recycled fuel is expected to improve to some degree during the second half of 2019.
Delete Group’s operating profit (EBIT) is not expected to reach the 2018 level.
(15 May 2019)
The demand for industrial cleaning services is expected to remain stable. The demand for demolition services is expected to remain on a reasonable level supported by the somewhat resilient renovation construction market. The market demand for recycled fuel is expected to improve to some degree during 2019.
Delete Group’s operating profit (EBIT) is expected to improve in 2019.
During the first half of 2019 the Demolition Services project volume is expected to remain stable but the demand for large demolition projects is expected to decline. Furthermore, the heavy winter conditions are likely to have some adverse effect on the due execution of certain projects and sewer work volume during early 2019. Due to these reasons Delete’s profitability is expected to decline during the first half of 2019 compared to the first half of 2018.