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|December 14, 2012 01:05 PM EST||
BREHAN, France, December 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
- Assemblée Générale - Approbation des comptes consolidés au 30 juin 2012
OLMIX, spécialiste des solutions naturelles pour la nutrition et l'hygiène animales, a tenu son assemblée générale annuelle ce vendredi. Celle-ci a approuvé les comptes de l'exercice clos au 30/06/2012 présentés ci-dessous.
En millions d'euros 30/06/2011 30/06/2012 Chiffre d'affaires 53,41 55,16 Croissance + 5,32 % + 3,28 % Résultat d'exploitation 3,72 1,92 Marge d'exploitation 6,97 % 3,49 % Résultat courant des sociétés intégrées 2,98 1,38 Résultat net (part du Groupe) 2,34 1,44 Marge nette 4,37 % 2,61%
Comptes consolidés annuels audités
Le chiffre d'affaires audité du groupe OLMIX s'établit à 55,16 M€. Les ventes du pôle Sels Inorganiques sont stables et celles de la gamme Eco-Concept sont en croissance de 14 %. Le chiffre d'affaires Eco-Concept a été pénalisé par le marché européen sur lequel il enregistre un recul de 3 % alors que dans les autres pays la progression globale est de 25 %.
Le résultat d'exploitation ressort à 1,92 M€ contre 3,72 M€ pour l'exercice clos au 30 juin 2011. Plusieurs facteurs ont pénalisé la marge d'exploitation au cours de l'exercice :
- une politique de prix plus agressive sur une partie de l'activité Sels Inorganiques afin de gagner des parts de marché (-2,5 points de marge)
- une hausse des coûts logistiques (-0,5 points) -en particulier des frais de transport à destination de l'Asie-
- des charges liées au lancement du projet ULVANS (-0,5 points).
Le résultat net part du Groupe s'élève à 1,44 M€ contre 2,34 M€ pour l'exercice clos au 30 juin 2011.
La situation financière du Groupe au 30 juin 2012 fait apparaître des capitaux propres de 17,83 M€ pour des dettes financières de 13,35 M€.
Deux principaux leviers sont utilisés par le Groupe pour accélérer sa croissance :
- le développement et la commercialisation de nouveaux produits liés à la gamme Eco-Concept. OLMIX est soutenu par Oseo, à travers son programme ISI.
- l'ouverture de nouvelles zones géographiques : la Coface accompagne OLMIX lors de son implantation dans de nouveaux pays et plus particulièrement en Amérique du Sud, en Afrique et en Turquie.
Le financement de ces projets a été exposé par Hervé Balusson, Président Directeur Général d'OLMIX, lors de l'assemblée générale du 14 décembre : « OLMIX SA envisage la cessiond'une de ses filiales (OLMIX BV),qui commercialise des Sels Inorganiques. Le nouveau Groupe OLMIX disposera ainsi des ressources nécessaires pour assurer à la fois son développement commercial aux Etats-Unis, en Asie ainsi que sur de nouvelles zones géographiqueset le développement de nouveaux produits Eco-Concept ».
Au cours des cinq premiers mois de l'exercice 2012/2013, OLMIX enregistre une croissance de près de 35 % sur sa gamme Eco-Concept alors que les ventes Sels Inorganiques ne progressent que de 3 %. Le chiffre d'affaires global progresse de 7 %. Ces tendances doivent se confirmer sur les prochains exercices.
A propos d'Olmix :
OLMIX est une Société Anonyme au capital de 428 396,20 Euros, son siège social se situe au lieu-dit « Le Lintan » BRÉHAN (56580), elle est immatriculée au R.C.S. de VANNES sous le numéro 402 120 034. OLMIX est un groupe international qui consolide neuf sociétés étrangères. La stratégie d'Olmix repose sur une évolution des pratiques industrielles par l'utilisation d'additifs naturels favorisant une logique de développement durable. Le Groupe s'organise autour de deux grandes divisions :
Division Sels Inorganiques : additifs à base de sels métalliques pour différents secteurs de l'industrie (nutrition animale, fertilisation, traitement des eaux, ciment).
Division Eco-concept : spécialités basées sur les synergies de produits naturels (argile, algues, huiles essentielles) pour les secteurs de la nutrition animale et des productions végétales.
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