* Q1 results due May 7 * Adjusted EBIT seen at 41 million euros FRANKFURT, April 30 (Reuters) - German offroad diesel engine maker Tognum was expected to report first-quarter adjusted operating profit fell 36 percent as a drop in orders last year fed through to a lower top line, a Reuters poll found. New bookings fell 28 percent last year to 2.33 billion euros ($3.1 billion) while revenue declined 19 percent to 2.53 billion. For 2010, the company has guided for a further decrease in ...
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