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Zodiac aerospace, revenue grows up to 18.1% in 2014/2015 financial year

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Tatjana Obrazcova

Zodiac Aerospace generated revenue of €4,930.5m up 18.1% in its 2014/2015 financial year. At like-for-like consolidation and foreign exchange rates, this represented growth of 2.6%.

The consolidation impact related to PPP – Pacific Precision Products and Enviro in the Aircraft Systems segment and Greenpoint Technologies in the Cabin & Structures segment, had a positive impact of 3.8 percentage points on the financial year’s growth. The US dollar’s appreciation against the euro generated a positive foreign exchange impact of 11.7 percentage points. 



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