2005 Results in brief

24 April 2008

Sales Change on 2004 Operating profit Change on 2004
Saint-Gobain € 34,9 billion +8% € 2,87 billion +5% M
Caterpillar US$ 36,3 billion +20% US$ 3,78 billion +41% E
(€ 30,3 billion) (€ 3,15 billion)
Volvo SEK 231 billion +14% SEK 18,2 billion +31% E
(€ 25,0 billion) (€ 1,96 billion)
Vinci € 21,5 billion +10% - - C
Lafarge € 16,0 billion +11% - - M
Skanska SEK 125 billion +3% SEK 4,8 billion +42% C
(€ 13,5 billion) (€ 518 million)
CNH US$ 12,6 billion +3% US$ 163 million* +30% E
(€ 10,5 billion) (€ 136 million)
Ingersoll-Rand US$ 10,5 billion +12% US$ 1,36 billion +22% E
(€ 8,79 billion) (€ 1,14 billion)
Eiffage € 8,43 billion +10% - - C
Colas € 7,95 billion +19% - - C
Sandvik SEK 63,4 billion +16 SEK 9,53 billion +26% E
(€ 6,84 billion) (€1,03 billion)
Atlas Copco SEK 55,3 billion +24% SEK 9,40 billion +41% E
(€ 5,97 billion) (€ 1,01 billion)
Bouygues € 5,82 billion +11% - - C
NCC SEK 49,5 billion +6% SEK 1,75 billion +52% C
(€ 5,34 billion) (€ 189 million)
Italcementi € 5,00 billion +10% - - M
Metso € 4,22 billion +17 € 335 billion +68% E
YIT € 3,03 billion +9% € 228 million +45% C
Heijmans € 2,80 billion +8% - - C
Lemminkainen € 1,62 billion +12% € 66 million +20% C
Sectors:
C - Contractors, E - Equipment Manufacturers, M - Materials producers
* - Net profit
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