Mills

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    Mills finds financial officer

    2018-07-03T08:31:00Z

    James Oliver Guerreiro Carneiro replaces Sergio Kariya, CEO of the company, who was in the position temporarily 

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    Positive start for Mills

    2018-05-11T10:36:00Z

    Mills revenue was up 9% in its first quarter 2018, while EBITA rose 141%

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    Mills plans for brighter future

    2018-04-16T15:56:00Z

    Euan Youdale spoke with Sérgio Kariya, the president of Brazil’s biggest rental company Mills, about the past and the future

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    Mills wins wind power contract

    2018-04-10T10:59:00Z

    Brazil-based Mills has signed a year-long contract to supply lifts to wind power plants in the country

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    Mills changes structure

    2018-03-27T11:19:00Z

    Brazil-based Mills has made changes to its organisational structure, with Daniel Bruggioni taking control of the Rental segment

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    Mills’ glimmer of hope

    2017-08-09T09:51:00Z

    Major year-on-year decreases softened by quarter-on-quarter increases for Brazilian company

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    Weak economy affects Mills

    2017-05-11T12:22:00Z

    First quarter of 2017 sees Brazil based company record 49.2% decrease in year-on-year revenues, and losses of €4.71 million

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    Mills’ 2016 results suffer

    2017-03-21T12:25:00Z

    Economic slowdown and political uncertainties main reason for year-on-year rental revenues losses of 26.9%, says Mills

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    Mills suffers continued falls

    2016-11-08T09:56:00Z

    Revenues and profits were again hit significantly in the third quarter as Mills continues to battle economic challenges in its home country of Brazil

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    Tumultuous 2015 for Mills

    2016-03-10T12:26:00Z

    Net revenues dropped 27.5% at the Brazil-based group, while capex reduced by 86%, resulting in redundancies, depot closures and segment mergers