The Danish agricultural company Agromino with assets in Ukraine, the Russian Federation and Estonia saw EUR 2.66 million in net profit in 2019 compared with EUR 9.55 million of net loss in 2018.
According to a company report on its website, total revenue in 2019 grew by 40.9%, to EUR 35.62 million.
Agromino in 2019 saw EUR 9.9 million of earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) compared with EBITDA loss of EUR 7.6 million in 2018.
“A significant change in net loss in 12m 2019 in comparison with 12m 2018 was due to absence of currency translation losses from disposal of subsidiaries (EUR 10 million loss in 12m 2018),” the company said.
Consolidated assets as of late 2019 amounted to EUR 113.57 million (EUR 46.56 million by late 2018).
Total storage capacity increased to 121,000 tonnes due to setting up new elevator capacities in the group (85,000 tonnes as of 31 December 2018). Total land under control as at December 31, 2019 was 55,500 hectares (47,000 hectares at December 31, 2018). The increase was due to acquisition of Resilient a.s.
The company said that crop harvest in 2019 completed with satisfactory results, mainly due to 31% increase in average net yield to 3.54 t/ha (2.70 t/ha in 2018). Combined harvest of the group including Resilient has reached 198,000 tonnes brutto Agromino itself harvested 156,000 brutto tonnes compared to 124,000 brutto tonnes in 2018.
Wheat on 18,900 ha and oilseed rape on 4,900 0 ha as of December 31, 2019 are in reasonable condition.