Last year Bicsma made a profit of 88,5 million euros. The next years, this amount can potentially be increased to 100 million, which is the general objective of the Bicsma Holding.
If in the coming years the growth consolidates, new capital will have to be gained for the innovation of Woerden 2. It is not unthinkable that given the good results new shares are going to be issued. So far, however, it has not been the intention to finance this amount from the company’s current capital.
Profit and loss statement
|Net revenues||€ 88,514,000|
|Operating expenses||€ -63,759,000|
|Operating income||€ 24,755,000|
|Financial assets and liabilities||€ -277,000|
|Results from joint ventures||€ 85,000|
|Profit before taxes||€ 24,563,000|
|Profit current accounting period||€ 14,910,000|
|Total results||€ 14,410,000|
|Fixed assets||€ 140,841,000|
|Current assets||€ 28,019,000|
|Total assets||€ 168,860,000|
|Total Equity||€ 84,369,000|
|Long-term obligations||€ 44,077,000|
|Short-term obligations||€ 40,418,000|
|Total obligations||€ 84,49,000|
|Total liabilities||€ 168,860,000|
If the salary administration is not able to pay the employees’ wages in time, the amounts of extra costs and advance payments can rise to €40,000 euros after three days, €80,000 euros after 1 week and €160,000 euros after 2 weeks.
Bicsma’s production environment is ISO-9001-certified and meets the HACCP-requirements. In addition, the company works with the so-called ‘traceability matrix’. This tool is used whenever the quality of a product poses a danger to the public health.
Every manufacturer of soft drinks is legally obligated to indicate all ingredients on the products’ labels. Fruit juices, for example, contain a maximum of 15 grammes of fruit sugar per litre. This is sometimes more for citrus fruits. Furthermore, to a number of drinks flavouring, aromatic and colouring agents are added. Some drinks also contain vitamin mixtures and minerals. Bicsma is no exception here. All labels include this information.