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Ramboll more than doubles earnings

The bottom line grew significantly for Ramboll, which can also boast its highest operating result ever. The Group CEO is thankful for the Nordic businesses and international business entity Energi.

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While the top line at Ramboll Group has been almost still, the bottom line was highly volatile. The international engineer and consultancy firm is now focusing fully on its "Winning Together" strategy.

From a revenue perspective, there was only a small difference between 2015 and 2016, where approximately DKK 17 million more trickled onto the top line. But the operating result before EBITA increased to a record high DKK 602.1 million against DKK 474.7 million in 2015.

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