The Swiss producer of construction chemicals had previously targeted a sales increase in local currencies at "well over 10%", exceeding 10 billion Swiss francs ($10.09 billion) for the first time.
The company, whose products are used to strengthen and waterproof concrete, said it expected to increase its operating profit at a higher rate than sales, retaining its previous forecast.
Sika said it had also started looking for a "competent buyer" for the part of MBCC Group, the former construction chemicals business of BASF, which Sika bought for $6 billion last November.
Sika is required to get regulatory approval in some countries for an overall acquisition.
The company said in August that it expects to complete the deal, its biggest ever acquisition, in the first half of 2023 instead of this year-end.
"Sika confirms the strategic fit of the MBCC acquisition," it said on Tuesday. Unconditional approval has already been received from authorities in most jurisdictions, including Japan, China, Brazil, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and Thailand.
"The acquisition is significantly value-enhancing and Sika confirms annual synergies of 160 million-180 million francs
($1 = 0.9911 Swiss francs)
(Reporting by John Revill; Editing by Rachel More and Sherry Jacob-Phillips)