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December 2022

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  • Epic Code:
  • DSCV
  • Price:
  • 833p
Impressive interims from DSCV vindicate chief executive Nick Jefferies’ diversification into the structurally growing and resilient markets of renewables, medical, transport and industrial & connectivity, which now comprise 77% of sales.   Last year saw the business begin to report across two divisions: Magnetics & Controls and Sensing & Connectivity, with the latter being higher margin and where most acquisition activity centred. Overall, helped by four acquisitions over 12 months, sales grew 26% to £220m, of which M&C was +26% to £136m and S&C +19% to £83.2m.  Organic sales were up 14% with growth from both divisions (M&C  +17%; S&C  +11%). Pretax profit was +46% to £23.5m and earnings +37% to  ...

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