EMEC is among the best Italian companies in terms of development rate, profitability and financial strength, and consequently among those that will be most ready to start again when the markets begin to recover at the end of this inevitably difficult period.
This is what comes to light from the analysis carried out by the ItalyPost Study Center on the companies that performed best between 2012 and 2018 and revealed this week by the insert "L’Economia" of Corriere della Sera.
The study, now in its third edition, is in fact characterized by a scientific analysis of available financial statements of the last six years and is based on a series of very stringent criteria, including a 2012-2018 aggregate average growth (Cagr) of at least 4.25%; an annual average of gross industrial profits (Ebitda) in the last three years equal to at least 9.72 % of turnover; an "excellent" rating, between triple B and triple A, based on the attribution of the Modefinance rating agency; an average NFP/Ebitda ratio of less than 2.8.
EMEC has abundantly met these criteria, with a 2012-2018 average aggregate growth of 9.21%, an average of the Ebitda indicator in the last three years of 30.59% and a triple A rating in 2018, thus being perfectly in line with the company profile described by ItalyPost analysts:
"Three years ago, at the beginning of our journey in the universe of small and medium-sized enterprises, we called them 'Champions'. Companies that, in the aftermath of the Great Recession which exploded in 2008-2009, had managed to intercept the world recovery phase of the economy and to drive the Italian system out of the crisis thanks to a series of factors: sufficient financial means to invest regardless of bank loans, product customization, organizational flexibility, use of technologies, massive use of 4.0. These strategies aimed at attacking global markets were accompanied by obsessive attention to human resources. Objective: to attract and retain the best talent."
Therefore, even in this critical period, EMEC has all the strength necessary to continue to excel and to look to the future with confidence.
EMEC. Simple as water