Thursday 1st April 2021
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Rakon expects to achieve Underlying EBITDA of between NZ$27 million and NZ$32 million in FY2022.
This guidance follows Rakon’s announcement in February that it had secured significant orders that were expected to increase Rakon’s revenue for FY2022 by at least 20% on the previous year and that it would provide further advice on the impact of this new business once it had completed its FY2022 budgeting and business planning process.
Rakon has seen increasing demand for its products which are used in a range of applications, compounded by the global shortage caused by a factory fire at the world’s largest TCXO Integrated Circuits manufacturer. The shortage is expected to stabilise in the later part of the year.
Rakon continues to experience increasing demand from the Telecommunications sector, particularly for the roll-out of 5G, and growth in all its core business sectors including for datacentre, industrial positioning, high-reliability and new space applications, under-pinning sound performance expectations.
Meeting the increased business activity and performance is subject to usual global supply chain and operational risks as well as risks arising from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and geopolitical issues.
Rakon’s guidance of Underlying EBITDA of between NZ$20 million to NZ$22 million for FY2021 remains.
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