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Lithography machine giant ASML’s Q1 net sales of 6.75 billion euros exceeded expectations

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Lithography machine giant ASML’s Q1 net sales of 6.75 billion euros exceeded expectations

The lithography machine giant ASML announced its financial data for the first quarter of 2023 today, with net sales of 6.7 billion euros in the first quarter (currently about 50.518 billion CNY), A gross profit margin is 50.6%, and a net profit is 2 billion euros (currently about 15.08 billion CNY).

Net booking sales in the first quarter were 3.8 billion euros (currently about 28.652 billion CNY), of which 1.6 billion euros (currently about 4.524 billion CNY) were EUV extreme ultraviolet lithography machines.

ASML expects net sales in the second quarter of 2023 to be between 6.5 billion euros and 7 billion euros (currently about 49.01 billion CNY to 52.78 billion CNY), with a gross profit margin of between 50% and 51%. ASML also expects net sales to increase by more than 25% in 2023 compared to 2022. Attached is the performance table:

ASML President and CEO Peter Wennink said first-quarter net sales and gross margin were above guidance, due to higher-than-expected EUV and DUV revenues from faster system installations and earlier acceptance times during the quarter.

“Overall demand this year still exceeds our capacity, and we currently have a backlog of 38.9 billion euros (currently about 293.306 billion CNY) in orders. Our focus remains on maximizing system output. Net sales for the second quarter are expected to be in the range of 65 The gross profit margin will be between 50% and 51%. ASML expects R&D costs to be about 990 million euros (currently about 7.465 billion CNY), and SG&a costs to be about 275 million euros. In 2023, ASML is expected to continue to grow strongly, with net sales growing by more than 25% over 2022, with slightly higher gross margins.”