Philips maakt cijfers derde kwartaal 2016 bekend

Philips behaalt in het derde kwartaal een omzet van EUR 5,9 miljard, een verbetering van de gecorrigeerde EBITA met 14% naar EUR 649 miljoen en een stijging van het nettoresultaat met 18% naar EUR 383 miljoen

24 oktober 2016

Kerncijfers derde kwartaal

  • De omzet steeg naar EUR 5,9 miljard, met een geconsolideerde vergelijkbare omzetgroei van 2% en een groei van het HealthTech-portfolio met 5%
  • De gecorrigeerde EBITA bedroeg EUR 649 miljoen, ofwel 11,0% van de omzet, vergeleken met 9,8% van de omzet in het derde kwartaal van 2015
  • De EBITA kwam uit op EUR 567 miljoen, ofwel 9,6% van de omzet, tegenover 7,4% van de omzet in het derde kwartaal van 2015
  • Het bedrijfsresultaat (EBIT) bedroeg EUR 481 miljoen, vergeleken met EUR 342 miljoen in het derde kwartaal van 2015
  • Het nettoresultaat bedroeg EUR 383 miljoen, vergeleken met EUR 324 miljoen in het derde kwartaal van 2015
  • De operationele kasstroom was EUR 500 miljoen, tegenover EUR 281 miljoen in het derde kwartaal van 2015, en een vrije kasstroom van EUR 280 miljoen, tegenover EUR 58 miljoen in het derde kwartaal van 2015


Frans van Houten, CEO:


“Ik ben verheugd over de solide vergelijkbare omzetgroei van 5% en over de groei van de orderontvangst van ons HealthTech-portfolio met 8% in het derde kwartaal. In totaal is de vergelijkbare omzet van Philips met 2% gestegen, en de operationele verbeteringen bij de activiteiten Personal Health en Diagnosis & Treatment hebben, in combinatie met voortdurende verbeteringen bij Philips Lighting, geleid tot een toename van de gecorrigeerde EBITA-marge voor de Philips-groep met 120 basispunten.


Onze vooruitzichten voor het jaar blijven ongewijzigd, waarbij we verwachten dat de resultaten in het vierde kwartaal verder verbeteren. We blijven echter bezorgd over de risico's door volatiliteit binnen de markten waarin we actief zijn.”




“Underlining our strategic focus on innovation, we saw healthy growth in order intake in the quarter, as well as solid sales growth and margin expansion. This was driven by recent product introductions across our HealthTech portfolio and by continued synergies from the integration of Volcano in Image-Guided Therapy. Our Accelerate! transformation program again delivered operational improvements across our businesses, while we also continue to invest significantly in quality and innovation, including in health informatics, wearable patient monitoring solutions and digital pathology.”


The Personal Health businesses grew by 7% on a comparable basis, with growth across the portfolio, most notably double-digit growth in Health & Wellness, and the Adjusted EBITA margin improving by 130 basis points. The Diagnosis & Treatment businesses showed comparable sales growth of 6% and the Adjusted EBITA margin improved by 210 basis points, mainly driven by Image-Guided Therapy and improvements at the Cleveland site. In the Connected Care & Health Informatics businesses, comparable sales growth in Healthcare Informatics, Solutions & Services was mainly offset by a decline in Patient Care & Monitoring Solutions, which also resulted in a decrease of the Adjusted EBITA by 180 basis points. Equipment-order intake increased by 8% on a currency comparable basis, driven by the Connected Care & Health Informatics businesses.


  • In line with Philips’ strategy of delivering solutions consisting of smart devices, software and services to address specific customer needs, the company signed a 3-year patient monitoring solutions agreement with Rush University Medical Center, Chicago.
  • Leveraging its expertise in cardiology, Philips signed a 5-year interventional cardiology solutions agreement with DeltaHealth in China for its new DeltaHealth Hospital Shanghai, which will specialize in cardiac care. The agreement comprises interventional X-ray systems, ultrasound imaging, software and services.
  • Philips introduced a range of personalized health programs at this year’s IFA trade show in Berlin, including the Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Connected toothbrush and the uGrow medical-grade baby app. The health programs leverage Philips HealthSuite, a cloud-enabled connected health ecosystem of devices, apps and digital tools.
  • Philips acquired Wellcentive, a leading US-based provider of population health management software solutions. Wellcentive complements Philips’ portfolio with cloud-based IT solutions to import, aggregate and analyze clinical, claims and financial data across hospital and health systems to help care providers deliver coordinated care.
  • Building on its expertise in new care models based on telehealth technologies, Philips enabled Macquarie University’s MQ Health in Sydney, Australia, and Emory Healthcare in Atlanta, US, to provide continuous night-time critical care oversight to ICU patients back in Atlanta during daytime hours in Australia.
  • In the 2016 Interbrand annual ranking of the world’s most valuable brands, Philips’ ranking improved to #41 from #47, with a total estimated brand value of approximately USD 11.3 billion.
  • Philips became the Industry Group Leader in the Capital Goods category in the 2016 Dow Jones Sustainability Index, achieving the highest possible scores in three sections, including climate strategy and operational eco-efficiency.


Philips Lighting


In the third quarter, Adjusted EBITA improved by 250 basis points to 10.1% of sales, while comparable sales declined by 3% and free cash flow improved to EUR 164 million. Full details about the financial performance of Philips Lighting in the third quarter were published on October 20, 2016. The related report can be accessed here. Following the listing of Philips Lighting in Amsterdam, Philips holds a 71.225% stake with the aim of fully selling down over the next several years. As the majority shareholder in Philips Lighting, Philips continues to consolidate the financial results of Philips Lighting.


Group cost savings

In the third quarter, overhead cost savings amounted to EUR 12 million, the Design for Excellence (DfX) program generated EUR 102 million of incremental procurement savings, and the End2End improvement program achieved EUR 66 million in productivity gains.



As of September 30, 2016, Philips had completed 98% of the 3-year EUR 1.5 billion share buy-back program. The buy-back was completed on October 20, 2016. On October 19, 2016, Philips announced the final results of the tender offer for certain outstanding notes, which the company started on September 20, 2016. The aggregate principal amount of the purchased notes was USD 285 million, and in Q3 2016 the tender offer resulted in a EUR 98 million charge recognized in Financial expenses.


Quarterly Report

Third quarter results 2016 - Quarterly Report


Third quarter results 2016 - Quarterly Results Presentation


Conference call and audio webcast

A conference call with Frans van Houten, CEO, and Abhijit Bhattacharya, CFO, to discuss the results will start at 10:00 am CET, October 24, 2016. A live audio webcast of the conference call will be available through the link below.
Q3 2016 - Third quarter 2016 results conference call audio webcast


More information about Frans van Houten and Abhijit Bhattacharya

Click here for Mr. van Houten's CV and images

Click here for Mr. Bhattacharya's CV and images

For further information, please contact:

Joost Akkermans

Philips Group Communications

Tel.: +31 6 3175 8996



Ben Zwirs

Philips Group Communications

Tel.: +31 6 15213446


About Royal Philips

Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA) is a leading health technology company focused on improving people's health and enabling better outcomes across the health continuum from healthy living and prevention, to diagnosis, treatment and home care. Philips leverages advanced technology and deep clinical and consumer insights to deliver integrated solutions. Headquartered in the Netherlands, the company is a leader in diagnostic imaging, image-guided therapy, patient monitoring and health informatics, as well as in consumer health and home care. Philips' health technology portfolio generated 2015 sales of EUR 16.8 billion and employs approximately 70,000 employees with sales and services in more than 100 countries. News about Philips can be found at

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