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Pöyry PLC: Interim report 1 January - 30 September 2016

Pöyry PLC Interim report 28 October 2016 at 8.30 a.m. EEST

Operational business improving

Key figures for July-September 2016

(Figures in brackets, unless otherwise stated, refer to the same period of
the previous year.)

* Adjusted operating result increased to EUR 3.2 (2.4) million. Operating
result was EUR -1.0 (1.1) million.
* Net sales were EUR 127.2 (133.2) million.
* Order intake decreased compared to corresponding period in the previous

Key figures for January-September 2016

* Adjusted operating result decreased to EUR 1.6 (6.7) million. It improved
in the Industry Business Group and remained stable in the Management
Consulting Business Group, but decreased in other business lines. Operating
result was EUR -5.2 (3.9) million.
* Net sales were EUR 399.1 (430.8) million. They remained stable in the
Industry Business Group and in the Management Consulting Business Group,
but decreased in other business lines. * The Group's order stock was EUR
434.0 (487.8) million.

| 7-9/ 7-9/ Change, 1-9/ 1-9/ Change, 1-12/ |
| Pöyry Group 2016 2015 % 2016 2015 % 2015 |
| Order stock at the end of period, EUR million 434.0 487.8 -11.0 434.0 487.8 -11.0 465.5 |
| Net sales total, EUR million 127.2 133.2 -4.5 399.1 430.8 -7.4 575.3 |
| Operating result, EUR million -1.0 1.1 n.a. -5.2 3.9 n.a. 4.0 |
| Operating margin, % -0.8 0.8 -1.3 0.9 0.7 |
| Adjusted operating result, EUR million 3.2 2.4 33.7 1.6 6.7 -76.8 9.4 |
| Adjusted operating margin, % 2.5 1.8 0.4 1.6 1.6 |
| Result before taxes, EUR million -1.8 7.7 n.a. -6.6 6.8 n.a. 6.0 |
| Earnings per share, basic, EUR -0.04 0.12 n.a. -0.15 0.09 n.a. 0.09 |
| Earnings per share, diluted, EUR -0.04 0.12 n.a. -0.15 0.09 n.a. 0.09 |
| Earnings per share, adjusted, EUR 0.03 0.15 n.a. -0.04 0.14 n.a. 0.18 |
| Gearing, % 39.1 53.7 3.6 |
| Return on investment, % -2.6 7.6 6.1 |
| Average number of personnel, full time equivalents (FTE) 4,897 5,054 -3.1 5,029 |
All figures and sums have been rounded off from the exact figures, which may
lead to minor discrepancies upon addition or subtraction.

Financial outlook for 2016 unchanged

The Group's adjusted operating result is expected to be positive.

Martin à Porta, President and CEO:

"Our adjusted operating result increased compared to the same quarter in 2015,
showing that our operational business is improving. Adjusted operating margin
increased in the Energy and Management Consulting Business Groups as well as
in Regional Operations, and remained stable in the Industry Business Group.
We see positive development in small and medium size orders, market activity
and sales prospects in general. However, the overall order intake decreased
compared to the previous year. Net sales increased in the Management
Consulting Business Group, remained stable in Regional Operations but
decreased in the Energy and Industry Business Groups.

Cash flow for the quarter was better than in the previous year, though the
year to date cash inflow is still unsatisfactory. We continue actions to
improve the working capital further and as a consequence we expect to see an
improvement in cash flow towards the end of the year.

Underperforming business units are improving and efforts to enhance
profitability continue. Our operational framework and transformation
programme is progressing. Adjusted items in the third quarter include
restructuring expenses amounting to EUR 2.1 million related to actions to
reduce fixed expenses. The ongoing investment in our new business management
system allows us to increase business transparency and simplify our
processes. There are clear actions underway to simplifying and empowering our
organisation, and to strengthen our core, so that we can prepare to scale up.

We are maintaining our outlook that the Group's adjusted operating result is
expected to be positive in 2016."

Market outlook 2016

The overall economic and market outlook for our sectors in 2016 remains
uncertain. In Europe the growth remains fragile, delaying economic recovery
and investment decisions. The developments in the European banking sector
increase uncertainty. On the other hand, the public sector spending in Europe
appears to be on the increase. Growth in the US is projected to remain
robust. Asian market economic growth is slowing down. In Brazil, there are
slight signs of an economic recovery, though not yet visible in our business.
The market environment in the Middle East has become more challenging.

For the businesses relevant to Pöyry, the sector specific outlook remains
mixed. In the forest product industry sectors, such as packaging and tissue,
the outlook is improving. However, in the graphic paper industry the decline
in structural consumption is set to continue. The energy market is facing
structural changes in Europe.

Change in financial reporting practices

Pöyry PLC will change its financial reporting practices as of 1 January 2017.
Pöyry PLC will publish half year and annual financial reports and will no
longer publish interim reports for the first three and nine months of the
year. Pöyry will publish its full year market outlook and financial forecast
in the half year financial report and financial statement release.
Pöyry PLC will publish the following financial information in 2017:

* Financial statement release 2016: Wednesday 8 February 2017
* Financial statements 2016: Thursday 16 February 2017
* Half year financial report January-June 2017: Friday 4 August 2017

The complete January-September 2016 interim report is enclosed with this
company announcement and is available in full on the company's website Investors are advised to review the complete interim report
with tables.


Additional information:
Juuso Pajunen, CFO
Tel. +358 10 33 26632

Invitation to conference call today on 28 October 2016

The result will be presented in English at a conference for analysts,
investors and the press at 1:00 p.m. Finnish time (EEST). The conference will
be held at Pöyry house, Jaakonkatu 3, Vantaa, Finland. The event will be
hosted by Martin à Porta, President and CEO, and Juuso Pajunen, CFO. The
participants who will attend the conference at Pöyry house have been
requested to inform about their participation by 25 October 2016.

The participants can also join a conference call that will be arranged in
conjunction with the conference. The conference call details can be found

A live webcast of the conference can be followed online on the company's
website at A recording will be made available by the
next working day on the same website.

To attend the conference call, please dial:

FI: +358 (0)9 7479 0361
SE: +46 (0)8 5033 6574
UK: +44 (0)203 043 2002
US: +1 719 457 1036
Other countries: +44 (0)203 043 2002

Conference ID: 5078615

Due to the nature of the live webcast, we kindly ask those attending the
conference call to dial in 5-10 minutes prior to the start of the event.

Pöyry is an international consulting and engineering company. We serve clients
globally across the energy and industrial sectors and provide local services
in our core markets. We deliver management consulting and engineering
services, underpinned by strong project implementation capability and
expertise. Our focus sectors are power generation, transmission&distribution,
forest industry, chemicals&biorefining, mining&metals, transportation and
water. Pöyry has an extensive local office network employing about 6,000
experts. Pöyry's net sales in 2015 were EUR 575 million and the company's
shares are quoted on Nasdaq Helsinki (Pöyry PLC: POY1V).

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Interim Report 1 January - 30 September 2016

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