Oct 28(Reuters) - German online takeaway food company Delivery Hero DHER.DE raised its guidance for 2020 sales for the second time this year on Wednesday as coronavirus lockdowns and investment in ultra-fast deliveries boosted quarterly figures.
The Berlin-based company, which operates in more than 600 cities, said it now expected 2020 revenues of 2.7 billion-2.8 billion euros ($3.2 billion-$3.3 billion), compared with 2.6 billion-2.8 billion euros previously.
The company stood by its guidance on a margin of an adjusted group earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) of minus 14%-18%.
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