Carl Zeiss Meditec’s Revenues Grow 8.6 percent in First Half of Fiscal Year

May 12, 2017: By Jon Swedien

ZeissCarl Zeiss Meditec’s revenues totaled €587.5 million (US $642 million, as of May 12, 2017) in the first six months of the current 2016/17 fiscal year, an 8.6 percent increase (7.1 percent cc) compared with the first half of 2015/16.

The German company reported its latest earnings May 10.

Zeiss’ Ophthalmic Devices strategic business unit increased its revenues to €433.1 million, or US $473 million (10.6 percent, 9.2 percent cc), during the first half of 2016/17. The company said laser systems for refractive vision correction performed particularly well. Intraocular lenses and devices for the treatment of cataracts also achieved significant revenue growth, expanding the company’s market share, Zeiss said.

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