• Gestamp has achieved an EBITDA of €847 million
  • Gestamp has exceeded market growth by 12.8 p.p. on a weighted basis (8.5p.p
    reported) and reiterates its guidance for 2022
  • The Company reduced its net debt by €34 million from July to September
  • Efficiency measures applied by the Company helped to mitigate a volatile context

Madrid, November 7, 2022. Gestamp, a multinational specialized in the design, development
and manufacture of highly engineered metal components for the automotive industry, today
presented its results for the first nine months of 2022.

Francisco J. Riberas, Executive Chairman of Gestamp: “Our results continue to reflect
Gestamp’s strong positioning and the success of our strategy. Looking ahead market conditions
remain difficult due to high inflationary pressures, rising interest rates and global geopolitical
challenges. In this context the Company will continue focusing on preserving profitability and its
balance sheet position for future growth”.

According to IHS there has been a globally increase in terms of production volumes during
the quarter up to 19 million (Gestamp geographies), which is 27% higher YoY. The Company has,
once again, outperformed market growth thanks to its strong positioning.

Financial results

During 9M 2022, Revenues increased by 30.9% in reported terms during the period, reaching
€7,697 million. EBITDA stood at €847 million, thus registering an increase of 20.9% compared to
the first nine months of 2021. Regarding profitability and liquidity, EBITDA margin stood at 11%
(12.4% excluding raw material impact) in the period and the Company generated a free cash flow
of €65 million July to September. On the other hand, Gestamp recorded a net profit of €183 million
in 9M.

Investments have reached levels of 7.5% of revenues for the period, €581 million in absolute
terms. As the company is focused on electrification trends, over 50% of 9M 2022 tangible capex
is related to Electric Vehicle.

Net Debt stands at €2,266 million at the end of the quarter (compared to €2,457 million in 9M

The future of mobility: electric vehicle & innovation

As electrification trends accelerate, Gestamp continues to work with its clients in this transition
to be the leading player in the future of Electric Vehicle. In this line, Gestamp continues to focus
on the development of projects that help its clients accelerate this transition, such as battery box
and extreme size parts.

Gestamp provides solutions that make mobility cleaner and safer by adding new products to
its portfolio and covering our clients EV needs. Thus, the recent resolution of the Ministry of
Industry regarding the PERTE for the development of the Electric and Connected Vehicle (PERTE
VEC) representing a boost for the Spanish automotive industry to develop impact projects that
promote the electric vehicle. In this resolution Gestamp is present in 3 out of the 5 projects led by
the OEMS.

Continued development in ESG

The Company is constantly working on achieving those sustainability goals that are part of its
DNA focusing on a “greener” automotive industry and creating awareness of the importance of
circular economy.

The Company is working to increase the sustainable origin and efficient use of the energy
required for its production. In Brazil, Gestamp has just signed an agreement with Cemig to supply
its electricity at the plants from renewable energy sources. The agreement will ensure that from
2024 all the plants and R&D center in Brazil will work with 100% renewable energy and will propell
the company ahead sustainable operations as the Gestamp becomes the first automotive
components company in Brazil to operate with electricity generated in a completely renewable
way. With this new contract in Brazil, the company expands an ongoing strategy that started in
Spain with its agreement with Naturgy, aiming towards the decarbonization of all its activities.

Market forecasts

According to IHS data, vehicle production is estimated to reach 81.8 million at the end of 2022,
which would stand the market production 6 p.p. above FY 2021. This entitles a slowdown during
the last quarter of the year.

The increase in energy costs, the rise in interest rates and high inflation contribute to maintain
the context of macroeconomic volatility in the short and medium term

The Company reiterates its guidance of 12.5 – 13% EBITDA Margin (including an additional
150 to 200 bps impact from Raw Materials) and a Free Cash Flow beyond €200 million, supported
on preserving profitability and FCF generation.