Malmö / SE. (oat) Sweden’s Oatly Group AB, the world’s original and largest oat drink company, today announced financial results for the fourth quarter and twelve months ended December 31, 2022.
Toni Petersson, Oatly’s CEO, commented, «I am proud of what the Oatly team accomplished in 2022. We took bold actions to strengthen our management team, transition our supply chain to a more asset-light model, and simplify our cost structure. We finished the year with a solid fourth quarter, and we have continued that momentum into 2023 by closing the Ya YA Foods transaction and raising USD 425 million in financing commitments.»
Petersson continued, «Our supply chain is back on firmer footing, we have clear line of sight to reaching profitability, and we have the liquidity needed to fully fund our growth investments and reach financial self-sufficiency. Therefore, we believe we are well-positioned to start playing offense in 2023. Our teams will be focused on fully capturing the underlying global demand for our products while continuously improving our supply chain. We expect this focus to enable us to move along our path to profitability, set up fiscal 2024 for positive adjusted Ebitda, and drive sustainable, long-term shareholder value creation.»
For additional information please read the company’s PDF file below (109 KB):20230315-OATLY-FY2022