Vestas CEO Expects 2016 to be a `Busy Year'
Vestas Wind Systems A/S’s profit fell less than expected as orders surged and margins widened. The Danish manufacturer of wind turbines said its net income declined 38 percent to 35 million euros ($40 million) in the first quarter, which is usually the weakest of the year. The result beat the median of seven analysts’ forecasts for 25.9 million euros. Revenue fell 3.6 percent to 1.46 billion euros, in line with expectations. Vestas CEO Anders Runevad discusses business with "On the Move" host Guy Johnson.