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Hexatronic Group

Sofierogatan 3A
SE-412 51 Gothenburg
Sweden

Henrik Larsson Lyon

CEO

Anders Persson

Chairman of the Board

Lennart Sparud

CFO

Martin Åberg

Deputy CEO

The group

Hexatronic Group

Hexatronic Group consists of +25 companies with a total of +800 employees. The Group’s headquarters are in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Why and how

With smarter and reliable product and system solutions for passive fiber infrastructure, we accelerate the digital transformation to benefit society, businesses and individuals.

Together, the companies in Hexatronic Group develop products and world-class solutions that create development opportunities for people across the world.

A few words from Henrik Larsson Lyon, CEO

We grow organically and through aquisitions.

Our organic growth takes place by continuously developing our market presence with strong local organizations, and continuously developing our offering and adding value services such as servicing, aftermarket sales, support and training.

Our acquisitions strengthen and complement the Group through solid local market presence, knowledgeable and experienced employees, and good market familiarity.

Here you can find more information about our Corporate Governance.

Acquisition of Rehau Telecom business

July 14, 2021

REHAU Telecom have been active in the German microduct market for many years and is a quality producer of telecom microducts and accessories.

By combining the capabilities of REHAU Telecom’s microduct business with Hexatronic’s complete passive FTTH solution Hexatronic will become a major player in the growing FTTH market in Germany.

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Latest Financial Reports

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Annual & Sustainability Report 2020

We look back on 2020 as a year of increased profitability and growth during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. It was also a year of several
strategic acquisitions. Organic sales growth during the year was 11%, and profitability was considerably strengthened with a 51% increase in EBITA.

The UK, Germany and North America remain the territories where we expect to see the largest growth over the next 10 years. The fact that, in a challenging year, we have managed to increase our sales by 24% in Europe (excluding Sweden) and 16% in North America is a sure sign of strength. In total these markets now represent about 60% of our sales.