ASML reports €5.4 billion net sales and €1.4 billion net income in Q2 2022

Supply chain constraints drive more fast shipments; expected 2022 sales growth around 10%

Press release - Veldhoven, the Netherlands, July 20, 2022

Today ASML Holding NV (ASML) has published its 2022 second-quarter results.

  • Q2 net sales of €5.4 billion, gross margin of 49.1%, net income of €1.4 billion

  • Record quarterly net bookings in Q2 of €8.5 billion2

  • ASML expects Q3 2022 net sales between €5.1 billion and €5.4 billion and a gross margin between 49% and 50%

  • Expected sales growth for the full year of around 10%

  • The value of fast shipments* in 2022 leading to delayed revenue recognition into 2023 is expected to increase from around €1 billion to around €2.8 billion


(*) A fast shipment process skips some of the testing in our factory. Final testing and formal acceptance then takes place at the customer site. This leads to a deferral of revenue recognition for those shipments until formal customer acceptance, but does provide our customers with earlier access to wafer output capacity.

(Figures in millions of euros unless otherwise indicated) Q1 2022 Q2 2022
Net sales 3,534 5,431
...of which Installed Base Management sales 1 1,247 1,290
New lithography systems sold (units) 59 83
Used lithography systems sold (units) 3 8
Net bookings 2 6,977 8,461
Gross profit 1,731 2,665
Gross margin (%) 49.0 49.1
Net income 695 1,411
EPS (basic; in euros) 1.73 3.54
End-quarter cash and cash equivalents and short-term investments 4,723 4,402

(1) Installed Base Management sales equals our net service and field option sales.

(2) Our systems net bookings include all system sales orders for which written authorizations have been accepted.

Numbers have been rounded for readers' convenience. A complete summary of US GAAP Consolidated Statements of Operations is published on

CEO statement and outlook

"Our second-quarter net sales came in at €5.4 billion with a gross margin of 49.1%. Demand from our customers remains very strong, as reflected by record net bookings in the second quarter of €8.5 billion, including €5.4 billion from 0.33 NA and 0.55 NA EUV systems as well as strong DUV bookings.


"Some customers are indicating signs of slowing demand in certain consumer-driven market segments, yet we still see strong demand for our systems, driven by global megatrends in automotive, high-performance computing, and green energy transition. While we are still planning to ship a record number of systems this year, increasing supply chain constraints cause delayed starts. Therefore, we are increasing the planned number of fast shipments throughout the remainder of this year in order to supply our customers with the necessary capacity expansions.


"ASML expects third-quarter net sales between €5.1 billion and €5.4 billion with a gross margin between 49% and 50%. ASML expects R&D costs of around €810 million and SG&A costs of around €235 million. For the full year, we expect a revenue growth of around 10%. This growth is lower than previously guided as a result of an increase in the number of fast shipments expected in the remainder of 2022, the revenue for which will be delayed into 2023 at an amount of around €2.8 billion. With the combination of this delayed revenue recognition, the extra costs related to the planned increase in output capacity and certain inflationary trends, we expect the full year 2022 gross margin to be between 49% and 50%," said ASML President and Chief Executive Officer Peter Wennink.


Products and business highlights

  • In our DUV business, we shipped the first NXT KrF system – the TWINSCAN NXT:870 – to a customer. With a 27% increase in throughput capability, we take a major step in responding to the industry’s demand for KrF tools and wafer output. The NXT platform provides opportunities to further increase productivity.

  • In our Applications business, we completed the first eScan1100 multi-beam system installation at a customer site and are currently starting customer evaluation.

  • In our EUV High-NA business, we received both the first High-NA mechanical projection optics and illuminator as well as the new wafer stage from suppliers. These modules will be used for initial testing and integration, an important step for the EXE:5000 program.


Update share buyback program and introduction of quarterly dividend

In the second quarter we purchased around €1.2 billion worth of shares under the current 2021-2023 share buyback program. Details of this program as well as transactions pursuant thereto are published on ASML's website (


Following the significant growth of our dividend amounts over the past year, ASML has revised its dividend policy to provide for dividend payments on a quarterly basis, starting with an interim dividend of €1.37 per ordinary share that will be made payable on August 12, 2022. Full details are published on ASML’s website.


Quarterly video interview and investor call

With this press release, ASML has published a video interview in which CEO Peter Wennink discusses the 2022 second-quarter results and outlook for 2022. This video and the transcript can be viewed on


An investor call for both investors and the media will be hosted by CEO Peter Wennink and CFO Roger Dassen on July 20, 2022 at 15:00 Central European Time / 09:00 US Eastern Time. Details can be found on the Q2 2022 results page.

About ASML

ASML is a leading supplier to the semiconductor industry. The company provides chipmakers with hardware, software and services to mass produce the patterns of integrated circuits (microchips). Together with its partners, ASML drives the advancement of more affordable, more powerful, more energy-efficient microchips. ASML enables groundbreaking technology to solve some of humanity's toughest challenges, such as in healthcare, energy use and conservation, mobility and agriculture. ASML is a multinational company headquartered in Veldhoven, the Netherlands, with offices across Europe, the US and Asia. Every day, ASML’s more than 35,000 employees (FTE) challenge the status quo and push technology to new limits. ASML is traded on Euronext Amsterdam and NASDAQ under the symbol ASML. Discover ASML – our products, technology and career opportunities – at


US GAAP and IFRS Financial Reporting

ASML's primary accounting standard for quarterly earnings releases and annual reports is US GAAP, the accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America. Quarterly Summary US GAAP consolidated statements of operations, consolidated statements of cash flows and consolidated balance sheets are available on


The consolidated balance sheets of ASML Holding N.V. as of July 3, 2022, the related consolidated statements of operations and consolidated statements of cash flows for the quarter and six-month period ended July 3, 2022 as presented in this press release are unaudited.


Today, July 20, 2022, ASML also published its Statutory Interim Report for the six-month period ended July 3, 2022. This report is in accordance with the requirements of the EU Transparency Directive as implemented in the Netherlands, and includes Condensed Consolidated Interim Financial Statements prepared in accordance with IAS 34 as adopted by the European Union 'Interim Financial Reporting', an Interim Management Report and a Managing Directors' Statement and is available on

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Director Investor Relations – Asia