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Byggma ASA Company Snapshot
Byggma ASA operates in the Millwork sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Byggma ASA with three other millwork companies in Europe: Tyman Plc of the United Kingdom (2016 sales of £457.64 million [US$571.34 million] ), Stelmet SA of Poland (567.30 million Polish New Zlotys [US$143.11 million] of which 85% was Garden architecture), and Westag & Getalit AG which is based in Germany (233.00 million Euro [US$251.62 million] ).

Sales Analysis. Byggma ASA reported sales of NOK 1.51 billion (US$178.99 million) for the year ending December of 2016. This represents an increase of 5.7% versus 2015, when the company's sales were NOK 1.43 billion. Despite this increase, sales are still well below the level achieved in 2014, when Byggma ASA reported sales of NOK 1.80 billion.
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  Stock Performance Chart for Byggma ASA
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (3/24/2017): 104.00
(Figures in Norwegian Kroner)
1 Week 4.0%   13 Weeks 15.9%  
4 Weeks 40.5%   52 Weeks 65.7%  
Byggma ASA Key Data:
  Ticker: BMA Country: Norway
  Exchanges: OSL Major Industry: Materials
    Sub Industry: Millwork
  2016 Sales 1,514,800,000
(Year Ending Jan 2017).
Employees: 683
  Currency: Norwegian Kroner Market Cap: 744,536,000
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 7,159,000
  Share Type: Ordinaere Aksje Closely Held Shares: 6,052,235
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