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Indra plans to invoice 10,000 million in 2030, bring in partners in Minsait and create a space subsidiary

MADRID, 6 Mar.

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Indra plans to invoice 10,000 million in 2030, bring in partners in Minsait and create a space subsidiary

MADRID, 6 Mar. (EUROPA PRESS) -

Indra expects to invoice 6,000 million euros in 2026 and reach a business volume of 10,000 million euros in 2030, a figure that is more than double the 4,343 million euros it received last year, according to the document that the company has submitted to the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV) with its new strategic plan, called 'Leading the future'.

In this context, the company foresees a new structure of its areas of activity, currently composed of the departments of Defense, Air Traffic Management (ATM), Mobility and Minsait (the company's technological subsidiary).

Indra will change this structure and will now have the areas of Defense, Air Traffic Management, Space, Minsait (which will include Mobility) and "new industrial businesses", which have yet to be defined.

Thus, the company has indicated that it plans to include new partners in Minsait to increase its autonomy and also that it will create a new subsidiary dedicated to the Space sector.

As for this new subsidiary, its creation is expected to take place between 2024 and 2026 and that by 2030 it will achieve a turnover of around 1,000 million euros.

On the other hand, the company's forecasts are to achieve an operating margin of 12% in 2026 and 14% in 2030 and a net operating profit margin (Ebit) of 10% in 2026 and 12% in 2030. 2023 Indra's operating margin was 10.3% and the Ebit margin was 8%.

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