Trumpf presents fiscal year 2021/22 figures: Revenue rises to 4.2 billion euros
by David Fleschen
At the close of the fiscal year 2021/22 on June 30, 2022, the TRUMPF Group recorded the highest sales revenues in the company's 99-year history to date, with a strong increase in sales of 20.5 percent to 4.2 billion euros (fiscal 2020/21: 3.5 billion euros). The order intake increased by 42.1 percent to 5.6 billion euros (fiscal 2020/21: 3.9 billion euros). At 468 million euros, the Group's operating earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) grew positively by 26.8 percent compared to the previous fiscal year (370 million euros). TRUMPF was able to stabilize earnings through strong sales growth, particularly in the EUV business field, as well as by cutting non-personnel costs. As a result, TRUMPF achieved an EBIT margin of 11.1 percent (previous year: 10.5 percent).
Nicola Leibinger-Kammüller, CEO of TRUMPF: "Thanks to our systematic crisis management, TRUMPF has weathered the pandemic well, and has countered shortages in supply chains in the best possible way. As a result of the strong rise in demand in the second half of the year, we entered the new fiscal year with a high order intake. Nevertheless, there remains considerable uncertainty for the coming months as to how the supply chain bottlenecks, high inflation, rising material and energy prices and transportation costs will impact our business. Also making me pensive with regard to the overall economic trend are the geopolitical uncertainties; the war in Ukraine, for example, and also the tensions between the USA and China. We're sensing growing restraint in demand in many markets."
Source: Trumpf, Photo: Fotolia