Greece’s largest power company, the majority state-owned Public Power Corporation (PPC), released its annual financial report on Tuesday, which showed that the company ended the year with losses.
Greece’s bumper tourism year in 2015 appears to have given a boost to Greece’s largest airline, Aegean, which reported an 8 percent increase in consolidated revenue in 2015 compared to 2014 in its annual financial results for 2015.
Engineering group Metka, which specialises in large-scale projects in energy, infrastructure and defence sectors has posted strong growth for the year 2015 according to its annual financial report.
The industrial conglomerate Mytilineos Group has released its 2015 annual financial results which show that the group maintained a steady rate of growth and continued to consolidate its position in all three of its business activity areas, namely the EPC projects sector, metallurgy and mining and energy through its various subsidiary companies.
The renewable energy company Terna Energy has released its financial results for 2015, showing a 25.5 percent increase in consolidated sales compared to the previous year.
Motor Oil Hellas has released its financial results for the year 2015, showing that turnover fell by 21.9 percent but gross profit before depreciation increasing by 163.6 percent compared to the previous year.
The Titan Cement Group recorded a significantly increased turnover in 2015, with earnings reaching a 20.7 percent increase compared to 2014.
Hellenic Petroleum’s 2015 financial statement released on February 25 shows that the group’s net income came in at 45.1 million after posting a negative balance 368 million in 2014.
Greek retailer Jumbo has posted increased profits in its 2015 report from July 1 to December 31 2015.
The Hellenic Communications Organisation S.A. (OTE) released its 2015 annual report on February 15, showing group revenues rising by 2 percent but overall earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization falling by 11.9 percent in 2015 compared to 2014.