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July 2021

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  • Epic Code:
  • DSCV
  • Price:
  • 990p
Chief executive Nick Jefferies was in good cheer when I spoke to him following DiscoverIE’s results for the year to end March. As he points out, his business of supplying customised electronics is benefiting from four mega trends across his target markets of  renewable energy, medical, transportation and industrial & connectivity, so despite Covid impacts, sales fell only 3% for the year to £454m. Pretax profit was down 4% at £31.5m and eps -14% at 26p. “Medical sales are back strongly in H2 as hospitals re-opened; the world is focussed on renewables; transportation had seen some projects delayed but some are coming back and industrial & connectivity just keeps on growing,” he adds. O ...

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