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Metso's Mining and Construction segment's new comparative figures, including Recycling

HELSINKI, FINLAND -- (Marketwire) -- 12/11/12 -- Metso Corporation's stock exchange release on December 11, 2012 at 9:30 a.m. local time

On October 25, 2012 we announced the conclusion of an evaluation of strategic alternatives for our Recycling business and that we decided to integrate Recycling into the Group's Mining and Construction segment as of 1 December 2012.

Quarterly figures for 2011 and 2012 for our reporting segments, including restated figures for Mining and Construction reflecting the change affecting the Recycling business, are given in the tables below. More comprehensive historical data from 2007 onwards can be found in the appendix to this release and on our Web site.



QUARTERLY INFORMATION 2011

 NET SALES

 EUR million                        1-3/2011 4-6/2011 7-9/2011 10-12/2011
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 Mining and Construction                 592      711      736        928

 Automation                              165      176      185        244

 Pulp, Paper and Power                   635      631      593        844

 Valmet Automotive                        68       66       71         76

 Group Head Office and other               -        -        -          -

 Group Head Office and others total       68       66       71         76

 Intra Metso net sales                   -16      -17      -24        -18
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 Metso total                           1,444    1,567    1,561      2,074
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 EBITA BEFORE NON-RECURRING ITEMS

 EUR million                        1-3/2011 4-6/2011 7-9/2011 10-12/2011
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 Mining and Construction                56.4     69.4     78.5      120.1

 Automation                             22.4     17.2     27.9       36.4

 Pulp, Paper and Power                  54.3     61.5     54.6       48.4

 Valmet Automotive                       2.7      2.8      1.5        5.0

 Group Head Office and other           -12.2    -11.1      0.5       -7.8

 Group Head Office and others total     -9.5     -8.3      2.0       -2.8
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 Metso total                           123.6    139.8    163.0      202.1
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 EBITA BEFORE NON-RECURRING ITEMS,
 % OF NET SALES

 %                                  1-3/2011 4-6/2011 7-9/2011 10-12/2011
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 Mining and Construction                 9.5      9.8     10.7       12.9

 Automation                             13.6      9.8     15.1       14.9

 Pulp, Paper and Power                   8.6      9.7      9.2        5.7

 Valmet Automotive                       4.0      4.2      2.1        6.6

 Group Head Office and other             n/a      n/a      n/a        n/a

 Group Head Office and others total      n/a      n/a      n/a        n/a
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 Metso total                             8.6      8.9     10.4        9.7
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 OPERATING PROFIT (LOSS)

 EUR million                        1-3/2011 4-6/2011 7-9/2011 10-12/2011
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 Mining and Construction                53.4     66.5     75.7      117.4

 Automation                             21.4     16.2     26.6       35.5

 Pulp, Paper and Power                  48.8     53.4     46.5       40.5

 Valmet Automotive                       2.4     -3.7      0.9        3.8

 Group Head Office and other           -13.1    -11.4     -0.3       -8.7

 Group Head Office and others total    -10.7    -15.1      0.6       -4.9
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 Metso total                           112.9    121.0    149.4      188.5
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 OPERATING PROFIT (LOSS),
 % OF NET SALES

 %                                  1-3/2011 4-6/2011 7-9/2011 10-12/2011
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 Mining and Construction                 9.0      9.4     10.3       12.7

 Automation                             13.0      9.2     14.4       14.5

 Pulp, Paper and Power                   7.7      8.5      7.8        4.8

 Valmet Automotive                       3.5     -5.6      1.3        5.0

 Group Head Office and other             n/a      n/a      n/a        n/a

 Group Head Office and others total      n/a      n/a      n/a        n/a
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 Metso total                             7.8      7.7      9.6        9.1
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 ORDERS RECEIVED

 EUR million                        1-3/2011 4-6/2011 7-9/2011 10-12/2011
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 Mining and Construction                 914    1 263      886        651

 Automation                              220      225      180        197

 Pulp, Paper and Power                   666    1 353      794        412

 Valmet Automotive                        68       66       71         76

 Group Head Office and other               -        -        -          -

 Group Head Office and others total       68       66       71         76

 Intra Metso orders received             -21      -24      -13        -23
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 Metso total                           1,847    2,883    1,918      1,313
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 QUARTERLY INFORMATION 2012



 NET SALES

 EUR million                        1-3/2012 4-6/2012 7-9/2012
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 Mining and Construction                 787      899      882

 Automation                              182      232      212

 Pulp, Paper and Power                   721      733      635

 Valmet Automotive                        77       51       45

 Group Head Office and other               -        -        -

 Group Head Office and others total       77       51       45

 Intra Metso net sales                   -12      -18      -20
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 Metso total                           1,755    1,897    1,754
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 EBITA BEFORE NON-RECURRING ITEMS

 EUR million                        1-3/2012 4-6/2012 7-9/2012
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 Mining and Construction                81.7    112.3    105.8

 Automation                             11.7     30.9     29.3

 Pulp, Paper and Power                  54.9     45.2     44.3

 Valmet Automotive                       4.1     -3.2     -1.6

 Group Head Office and other           -12.0     -7.8     -7.2

 Group Head Office and others total     -7.9    -11.0     -8.8
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 Metso total                           140.4    177.4    170.6
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 EBITA BEFORE NON-RECURRING ITEMS,
 % OF NET SALES

 %                                  1-3/2012 4-6/2012 7-9/2012
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 Mining and Construction                10.4     12.5     12.0

 Automation                              6.4     13.3     13.8

 Pulp, Paper and Power                   7.6      6.2      7.0

 Valmet Automotive                       5.3     -6.3     -3.6

 Group Head Office and other             n/a      n/a      n/a

 Group Head Office and others total      n/a      n/a      n/a
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 Metso total                             8.0      9.4      9.7
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 OPERATING PROFIT (LOSS)

 EUR million                        1-3/2012 4-6/2012 7-9/2012
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 Mining and Construction                79.1    109.7    102.3

 Automation                             10.6     29.8     28.1

 Pulp, Paper and Power                  47.7     37.9     37.0

 Valmet Automotive                       3.4     -4.0     -2.4

 Group Head Office and other           -12.6     -9.5     -8.1

 Group Head Office and others total     -9.2    -13.5    -10.5
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 Metso total                           128.2    163.9    156.9
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 OPERATING PROFIT (LOSS),
 % OF NET SALES

 %                                  1-3/2012 4-6/2012 7-9/2012
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 Mining and Construction                10.1     12.2     11.6

 Automation                              5.8     12.8     13.3

 Pulp, Paper and Power                   6.6      5.2      5.8

 Valmet Automotive                       4.4     -7.8     -5.3

 Group Head Office and other             n/a      n/a      n/a

 Group Head Office and others total      n/a      n/a      n/a
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 Metso total                             7.3      8.6      8.9
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 ORDERS RECEIVED

 EUR million                        1-3/2012 4-6/2012 7-9/2012
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 Mining and Construction                 964      891      787

 Automation                              224      225      190

 Pulp, Paper and Power                   677      586      504



 Valmet Automotive                        77       51       45

 Group Head Office and other               -        -        -

 Group Head Office and others total       77       51       45

 Intra Metso orders received             -22      -18      -15
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 Metso total                           1,920    1,735    1,511
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Metso is a global supplier of technology and services to customers in the process industries, including mining, construction, pulp and paper, power, and oil and gas. Our 30,000 professionals based in over 50 countries deliver sustainability and profitability to customers worldwide. Expect results.

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Segment financials 2007-2012:

http://hugin.info/3017/R/1663928/539693.pdf

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