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Growth Trend for Gerresheimer Continues Unabated - Debt Reduction
Date:10/17/2007

reased by EUR7.4m to EUR-5.1 (EUR-12.5m) despite the negative one-off effects of EUR21.0m in connection with the IPO and refinancing of the Gerresheimer Group. In the comparative period, cash net income(2) was EUR5.8m up at EUR-1.4 (EUR-7.2m) despite these one-off charges.

Earnings development of the business divisions per 31 August 2007:

In the Tubular Glass Division sales in the first nine months of the financial year 2006/2007 increased by 10.1% to EUR199.0m (9M 2006: EUR180.8m) thanks in particular to sales growth for RTF syringes and higher turnover of ampoules and vials. The growth in Adjusted EBITDA was slightly weaker, with an increase of 4.4% to EUR47.8m (EUR45.8m), because of a routine general overhaul of furnaces in the USA and Italy and one-off start-up costs for the second RTF syringe line. The Adjusted EBITDA margin, although still high, therefore fell slightly to 24.0% (25.3%) as expected.

The sales increase to EUR218.6m (EUR34.9m) in the Plastic Systems Division largely reflects the acquisition of the Wilden Group, which contributed sales of EUR180m, but we also achieved strong growth in the segment of pharmaceutical packaging. Adjusted EBITDA in the first nine months totalled EUR38.2m (EUR7.9m). The transfer of production to Poland in the segment of dropper-bottle systems also contributed to the improvement in results. Integration of the Wilden Group is progressing completely to plan.

Sales in the Moulded Glass Division increased by 7.0% to EUR234.3m (EUR219.0m) against the favourable background of worldwide growth in sales of pharmaceutical bottles and of perfume flacons and cream jars in the cosmetics segment in Europe. Adjusted EBITDA increased substantially by 33.3% to EUR45.2m (EUR33.9m). Continuous quality improvements and higher productivity led to an improvement of 3.8 percentage points in the Adjusted EBITDA margin to 19.3% (15.5%).

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