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2021in brief

Year 2021

“The trend of making sustainable achievements measurable is very positive for Sika.”

Thomas Hasler

Chief Executive Officer

“We estimate that the markets that are relevant for us have a volume of CHF 80 to 100 billion. With sales at CHF 13 billion – including the MBCC Group – there is therefore still considerable growth potential.”

Paul Hälg

Chair of the Board of Directors

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Key Figures

Changes from previous year

Net sales in local currencies

+17.1%

 

ROCE1

+20.1%

1 Adjusted for acquisitions, ROCE in 2021 would be 29.5%.

 

EBIT

+23.1%

 

Acquisitions2

7+

2 Besides the seven acquisitions, Sika has signed a definitive agreement to acquire MBCC Group. The closing of the acquisition is targeted for the second half of 2022.

 

Net profit

+27.1%

 

New patents

99

 

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Share Price

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52.87%

With a share price increase of 52.87%, the Sika stock performed better than the SMI Index.

CHF 380.20

Closing price of the Sika share in 2021

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Sustainability Performance

–10.1%

CO2eq emissions

per ton sold

(scope 1 and 2)

–9.7%

Water consumption

in m3 per ton sold

+32.2%

Community Engagement Projects

 

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Employees

27,059

employees

 

 

Celebration

of global Sika Day

Campaign

focus in 2021: Leadership, Diversity, and Integrity

44,188

direct beneficiaries of Sika’s Community Engagement Program

11.1

⌀ hours of training per employee
 

1,392

working days of employees
were dedicated to volunteering work

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Markets

EMEA
  • EMEA
  • Americas
  • Asia/Pacific
  • Global Business

EMEA

Growth in local currency

16.1%

Americas

Growth in local currency

21.0%

Asia/Pacific

Growth in local currency

19.4%

Global Business

Growth in local currency

4.3%

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Outlook

“Thanks to its innovative technologies, Sika is the partner of choice for many customers in the construction and industrial sectors. Government-supported investment programs running into the billions will provide further impetus for its business in the coming years. In addition, Sika is making targeted use of the megatrends that drive its key markets. For fiscal 2022, Sika expects sales to rise by well over 10% in local currencies – surpassing CHF 10 billion for the first time – and is anticipating an over-proportional increase in EBIT.”

Thomas Hasler

Chief Executive Officer

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