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  1. January–March 2000

  2. Humidity differs in the world Winter in Toronto – summer in Sydney. The level of the humidity in Australia is 25 times the level in Canada.

  3. Dehumidification Pharma Food Preservation

  4. Moisture Control Services Water Damage Restoration

  5. HumiCool Poultry Gas turbines Comfort Cooling

  6. Mist Elimination & Water FGD Waste Water Comfort Cooling - components to the air conditioning industry

  7. Munters’ strategy for growth Open new geographical markets Capitalize on service capabilities Global roll-out of existing applications Integration forward Underlying growth

  8. Growing and non-cyclical customers Electronics Pharma 5% 5% MCS/Service 40% Others 20% 15% 15% Food Utilities

  9. Manufacturing and Sales Sales Global organization Invoicing SEK 2,6 billion Employees 2,146 NEW! NEW! NEW!

  10. Rolling four quarters SEK m SEK m 2 750 275 2 500 250 Order intake 2 250 225 2 000 200 EBIT Invoicing 1 750 175 1 500 150 1 250 125 1 000 100 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 1994 2000 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

  11. Jan–March 2000 • Strong order intake, 20% growth incl Euroemme and 14% organic growth • Strong turnover, 23% growth incl Euroemme and 18% organic growth • HumiCool and ME & Water merge • Good development in MCS, HumiCool and DryCool/DesiCool

  12. Market Development Jan–March 2000 • Europe • General good development except Power industry • Poultry disease in Italy • Americas • Good development in MCS, HC, DH • Asia • Higher market activity • Still weak demand in Japan

  13. Invoicing by region Total invoicing Jan-March 1999 SEK 574 Total invoicing Jan-March 2000 SEK 707 Asia Asia 9% 11% Europe Europe 55% 54% 36% 35% Americas Americas

  14. Invoicing by product area Total invoicing Jan-March 2000 SEK 707 Total invoicing Jan-March 1999 SEK 574 HC, ME&Water HC including ME&Water DH DH 27% 29% 41% 40% 32% 31% MCS MCS

  15. Financial overview Jan–March 2000 2000 1999 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Growth SEK m 791 20% Order intake 659 644 614 691 707 23% Invoicing 574 652 637 731 51 38% EBIT 37 53 64 83 7,2 Margin % 6,5 8,2 10,0 11,4 29 30% Net earnings 23 32 38 51 2) 1) 63 -22% Op. cash flow 81 27 73 72 1)excl Euroemme 2)incl Euroemme

  16. Regional analysis Jan–March 2000 Invoicing Growth EBIT margin Europe 392 22% 7% Americas 261 26% 10% Asia 67 8% 10% Total Group 707 23% 7%

  17. Key ratios Jan–March 2000 Interest coverage ratio (times) 11,6 9,5 Net debt (SEK m) 258 114 Net debt/Equity ratio 0,38 0,20 Earnings per share (SEK) 1,17 0,90 2000 1999

  18. Order intake per quarter SEK m 1994 800 1995 750 1996 700 1997 1998 650 1999 600 2000 550 500 450 400 350 300 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

  19. Invoicing per quarter SEK m 800 1994 1995 750 1996 700 1997 1998 650 1999 600 2000 550 500 450 400 350 300 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

  20. Summary • One Strong brand – Munters • Strong organic growth • Technical leadership • Global presence • Large service operations • Large installed base • High market share in defined niches • Customers in growing and non-cyclical areas • Capital light