Marel at a Glance

 

WHO WE ARE

Marel is the leading global provider of advanced processing systems and services to the Poultry, Meat and Fish industries.

Marel's state-of-the-art equipment and systems help food processors of all sizes, in all markets, to operate at peak productivity.

 

COMPANY ORIGINS

The company was established in Reykjavik, Iceland in 1983 and still has its headquarters there. It is listed on Nasdaq OMX Iceland under the symbol MARL.

Marel
Austurhraun 9
Gardabaer
IS-210 Iceland

 

GLOBAL PRESENCE

With around 4,700 employees worldwide, offices and subsidiaries in some 30 countries, and a network of more than 100 agents and distributors, Marel is in a unique position to serve its customers wherever they may be located.

* Including MPS employees
 

ONE COMPANY SERVING THREE INDUSTRIES

Marel's three industry segments combine all the knowledge, expertise and decades of experience accumulated across the company in each of the core industries it serves.

United in one company, Marel offers its customers the convenience of a single source for products to meet their every need.

 
 

OUR VALUES

Our values sum up every aspect of Marel. They represent our way of working, and the ideas important to all of us.

 

Unity

We are united
in our success

Innovation

Innovation drives
the value we create

Excellence

Excellence is what differentiates us

 

 

LEADERSHIP

Arni Oddur Thordarson, Chief Executive Officer

Our CEO since 2013, Thordarson served on the Board of Directors of Marel from 2005 to 2013, the majority of the time as Chairman. During his time as CEO, he has overseen many of the initiatives that have made Marel a leader in the food processing industry.

 

 

FINANCIAL RESULTS

2015 was a year of profitable growth and strategic moves for Marel.

 
Revenue
€819
Million
Adjusted EBIT*
€99.9
Million
Order intake
€825
Million
Free cash flow
€80.5
Million
 
* Adjusted for refocusing and acquisition costs
 

SHARE PERFORMANCE

Marel’s share price stood at ISK 253.50 at the end of 2015, compared with ISK 138.00 at the end of 2014, an increase of 83.7 per cent. In euros, the shares stood at €1.79 per share at year-end, compared to €0.89 at the end of 2014.