- The company specialized in global mobility expects to invoice over 1000 million Euros in 2026.
OK Mobility expects to close the 2021 tax year with an EBITDA of more than 50 million Euros and an operating income (EBIT) of more than 36 million Euros. These figures place OK Mobility as one of the fastest growing and highly profitable companies in the sector.
This data was presented by OK Mobility’s CEO, Othman Ktiri, at company headquarters during the II OK Strategic & Financial Day, to around 100 representatives from more than 20 European banking and financial entities, and others who followed the event via streaming.
Once again, these figures demonstrate the resilience capacity of the company’s unique business model, which was also the case in 2020 when the group achieved the best result in the sector in Europe with a positive EBITDA of 17 million Euros and an EBIT of 10 million Euros. “I have spent 10 years defending the fact that OK’s disruptive business model is the most efficient profitable and safe” Ktiri pointed out. “The results achieved last year in the midst of the crisis caused by the pandemic and the figures that we are achieving in 2021, with all the microchip crisis, demonstrate that this model goes far beyond theory and is a reality that is being demonstrated more and more”.
Regarding the current tax year, Ktiri told those present that on the 30 September, OK Mobility’s EBIDTA had exceeded 45 million Euros and the EBIT had exceeded 35 million, exceeding 56% of the accumulated EBIT in the same period of 2019, the year before the pandemic. Ktiri pointed out that “despite the good performance of the second hand vehicle market, the contribution of the rental business to the EBIT is much higher than the EBIT provided by the commercialization of second hand vehicles”.
OK Mobility’s CEO also pointed out that 2021 had seen an upward tendency in vehicle hire prices. “This is a change which responds naturally to the laws of supply and demand and which is here to stay”, confirms Ktiri.
Regarding the estimated end of year figures for the 2021 tax year, Ktiri stated that the company hopes to invoice more than 300 million Euros, with an EBIDTA of more than 50 million Euros and an EBIT of around 36 million Euros.
Regarding the sector’s perspectives, Ktiri pointed out that “despite a shortage of vehicles caused by the microchip crisis, the flexibility of our business model offers us a series of advantages which puts us in a privileged position to be able to respond to the great tourism demand expected in 2022”.
OK Mobility’s CEO also pointed out that “the future of mobility is very promising and in OK we will face it with excitement and energy, via our #OKOnTheRoad Plan”. In this regard, Ktiri has revealed the main axes of this strategic plan which are technology, geographical expansion, vertical integration, quality and transversal sustainability. “This is the company roadmap for the next few years which should make OK invoice more than 1000 million Euros in 2026 organically without considering the possible acquisitions that we have in our pipeline”, stated Ktiri.