Η Porsche και η Chrysler ανακοίνωσαν και αυτές τα οικονομικά στοιχεία για το 3ο τρίμηνο του 2011. Η Porsche είχε λειτουργικά κέρδη 1.51 δις ευρώ, +25% σε σχέση με πέρυσι (1.21 δις ευρώ). Ο τζίρος ανήλθε στα 7.93 δις ευρώ (+20%) με τις πωλήσεις να αυξάνονται κατά 31%, αφού από την αρχή του έτους πούλησε 90.972 μονάδες. Ο CEO της,  Matthias Müller, δήλωσε ότι για πρώτη φορά στην ιστορία τους, μέσα στο 2011, θα πουλήσουν περισσότερα από 100.000 αυτοκίνητα. Το αυτοκίνητο με τις μεγαλύτερες πωλήσεις είναι η Cayenne, ακολουθεί η Panamera, η 911, η Boxster και η Cayman.

To Chrysler Group ανακοίνωσε και αυτό κέρδη κατά το τρίτο τρίμηνο του 2011. Οι Αμερικάνοι είδανε να υπερδιπλασιάζουν τα κέρδη τους αφού στα ταμεία τους μπήκανε 212 εκατ. δολάρια (151 εκατ. ευρώ), ενώ πέρυσι την ίδια περίοδο, είχανε παρουσιάσει ζημιές ύψους 60 εκατ. ευρώ. Το τρίτο τρίμηνο τα καθαρά έσοδα ανήλθαν σε 13.1 δις δολάρια (+19%) ενώ τα τα λειτουργικά κέρδη μετά φόρων ανήλθαν σε 483 εκατ.δολάρια (239 πέρυσι). Το τρίμηνο έκλεισε να υπάρχουν 9.5 δις δολάρια μετρητά στα ταμεία της, λίγο λιγότερα (10.2) από όσα ήταν στις 30 Ιουνίου του 2011. Περισσότερες λεπτομέρειες μπορείς να βρεις στο δελτίο τύπου που ακολουθεί ενώ το αναλυτικό PDF της Chrysler μπορείς να το βρεις εδώ.

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Porsche boosts nine months profits to 1.5 billion euro

Stuttgart. In the first nine months of the 2011 financial year, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Stuttgart, achieved an operating profit of 1.51 billion euro, exceeding the comparable previous year’s figure of 1.21 billion euro by 25 per cent. Lutz Meschke, Porsche AG’s Chief Financial Officer verdict on this significant growth was “yet further proof of our company’s high profitability”. As Meschke emphasised, “this result impressively underlines the sustainable quality of our growth trajectory, which we will continue throughout the full 2011 financial year. Our assumption is that 2011 sales revenue and operating profit will significantly exceed the previous year’s levels”.

During the reporting period, Porsche AG’s turnover rose by 20 per cent to 7.93 billion euro. Sales increased by 26 per cent to 85,872 vehicles. The uplift in deliveries was 31 per cent: between January and September 2011 inclusive, 90,972 new cars were delivered to customers. Matthias Müller, Chairman of the Board of Management of Porsche AG, confirmed the forecast for the full year 2011: “For the first time in its history, Porsche will sell over 100,000 vehicles.” As the very attractive model offering is being further enhanced this year with the launch of the new generation of the 911 Carrera this December, the course is set fair for growth, said Müller.

In the first nine months of the 2011 financial year, the Cayenne SUV proved to be Porsche’s most successful model line with sales of 43,924 units, an increase of 74 per cent. The Gran Turismo Panamera managed 18,750 units, up six per cent. For life-cycle related reasons, sales of the 911 declined by twelve per cent to 13,777 vehicles. The Boxster model line generated sales of 9,421 units (minus one per cent). The Boxster accounted for 5,631 and the Cayman 3,790 vehicles.

During the reporting period, growth was spread across all significant regions but with the largest increase again being posted by China, with vehicle sales up 82 per cent to 17,683 units. Total sales in the Asia/ Rest of the World region rose by 54 per cent to 31,954 vehicles. American sales grew by 17 per cent to 24,839 vehicles, 22,307 units (plus 15 per cent) being accounted for by North America. But in Europe as well, the overall growth rate in the reporting period was in double digits with sales of 29,079 vehicles, up eleven per cent. In the German market, sales in the period from January to September 2011 increased by five per cent to 10,422 units.

Vehicle production increased by 38 per cent to 93,799 units. 67,432 new vehicles were accounted for by Leipzig alone: In the first nine months of the financial year, 46,223 more units of the Cayenne, or 86 per cent, rolled off the production line in Saxony than in the same period the year before; in the case of the Panamera the increase was twelve per cent, reaching 21,209 vehicles. The Zuffenhausen factory shipped 15,709 vehicles of the 911 model line, which translates into a six per cent increase. Production of the Boxster model line increased to 10,658 vehicles overall, plus 16 per cent, of which 6,249 units were accounted for by the Boxster and 4,409 vehicles by the Cayman.

As at 30 September 2011, the workforce numbered 14,346 employees, nine per cent more than the balance sheet date on 31 December 2010.

PORSCHE AG

January – September

2011

2010

Variance (%)

Sales

85.872

68.133

26

911

13.777

15.714

-12

Boxster/Cayman

9.421

9.504

-1

Cayenne

43.924

25.235

74

Panamera

18.750

17.680

6

Production

93.799

67.917

38

911

15.709

14.879

6

Boxster/Cayman

10.658

9.185

16

Cayenne

46.223

24.851

86

Panamera

21.209

19.002

12

Turnover

7,93

6,61

20

Operating profit

1,51

1,21

25

Chrysler Group Reports Third Quarter 2011 Net Income of $212 Million

  • Chrysler Group Modified Operating Profit More Than Doubled From Prior Year on 19 Percent Increase in Quarterly Net Revenue
  • Chrysler Group’s third quarter 2011 net income totaled $212 million compared with a net loss of $84 million a year ago
  • Third quarter net revenue was $13.1 billion, up 19 percent from a year ago
  • Modified Operating Profit(b) grew to $483 million in the quarter, from $239 million a year ago
  • Chrysler Group ended the quarter with $9.5 billion in Cash(d) versus $10.2 billion at June 30, 2011
  • New four-year national labor agreement with the UAW ratified on October 26

October 27, 2011 , Auburn Hills, Mich. – Chrysler Group LLC today reported preliminary net income of $212 million for the third quarter, compared with a net loss of $84 million a year ago, as the Company continues to increase sales and benefit from its alliance with Fiat S.p.A.

In the third quarter of 2011, net revenue was $13.1 billion, a 19 percent increase from the third quarter of 2010, driven by increased demand for Chrysler Group’s 16 all-new or significantly refreshed cars and trucks.

The Company reported a Modified Operating Profit of $483 million for the quarter, or 3.7 percent of net revenue, up from $239 million, or 2.2 percent of net revenue, in 2010. Modified Operating Profit benefited from increased sales volume and improved pricing and mix, partially offset by increased advertising and industrial costs.

“In the third quarter, Chrysler Group achieved increased sales and positive financial results, totally in line with the plan we laid out in November 2009. And in October, together with the United Auto Workers, we crafted a solid four-year contract that will support us in our growth plans and significantly reward our employees for their contribution to the revival of Chrysler,” said Sergio Marchionne, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chrysler Group LLC. “This house continues to be fully focused on financial performance and making outstanding cars and trucks by fully leveraging its alliance with Fiat.”

Please see the attached file on the right for the full news release. The presentation will be added in advance of the analyst webcast and conference call to review and discuss Chrysler Group’s third quarter 2011 financial results.