Μπορεί να μην έφτασε τα 44.4 ευρώ του CEO της Ford, αλλά και οι CEO των Γερμανικών αυτοκινητοβιομηχανιών δεν πάνε πίσω. Ο Martin Winterkorn του VW Group, πέρυσι έβγαλε 17.471.208 ευρώ ενώ ο Dieter Zetsche της Daimler 9.607.000 ευρώ. Για τον Matthias Müller, τον CEO της Porsche, δεν έχει στοιχεία το Der Spiegel, αλλά η Porsche ανακοίνωσε τα οικονομικά της στοιχεία για το 2011 όπου είδε τις πωλήσεις της να αυξάνονται κατά 21% πουλώντας 116.978 μονάδες με τα έσοδα να ανέρχονται σε 10.9 δις. ευρώ (+18%). Τα λειτουργικά κέρδη ανήλθαν σε 2.05 ευρώ (+22%) με τις ταμειακές ροές να αυξάνονται κατά 17%, στα 2.4 δις. ευρώ. Στόχος της Porsche είναι οι 200.000 πωλήσεις έως το 2018.
Σε ότι αφορά τις φετινές πωλήσεις, τους πρώτους δύο μήνες, έχει πουλήσει 18.459 αυτοκίνητα (+11.3%) πουλώντας τον Ιανουάριο 7.410 αυτοκίνητα και τον Φεβρουάριο 8.846 αυτοκίνητα (+19.4%). Περισσότερες λεπτομέρειες μπορείς να βρεις στο δελτίο τύπου που ακολουθεί.
[Πηγή: Porsche, Der Spiegel | Photo Copyright: Bill Pugliano/Getty Images]
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Porsche AG turns in record performance in 2011
Stuttgart. Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Stuttgart, concluded the 2011 financial year with a new record in sales, revenue and operating profit. The sports car manufacturer is continuing its growth trajectory with the youngest and most efficient model range of all time and is focussing systematically on the goals set under “Strategy 2018”.
In sales terms, Porsche grew by 21 per cent to 116,978 units worldwide in the past fiscal year. Revenue was 10.9 billion euro, or an increase of 18 per cent compared with the same period the year before, the calendar year 2010. Operating profit reached 2.05 billion euro on the back of 1.67 billion euro in 2010. That represents an increase of 22 per cent compared with the previous year’s performance and an operating return on sales of 18.7 per cent. Compared with the same period last year, the sports car manufacturer succeeded in boosting cash flow by 17 per cent to 2.4 billion euro.
“For Porsche, 2011 was the most successful fiscal year in the company’s history, not just for sales but for revenue and operating profit as well,” said Matthias Müller, President and Chief Executive of Porsche AG. “Once again we are setting standards in the sports car segment with our brand new model range; our international customers appreciate this. Last year, the strong demand enabled us to further consolidate our position as one of the most profitable car manufacturers in the world.”
Lutz Meschke, Porsche AG’s Chief Financial Officer, highlighted the quality of the sports car manufacturer’s earnings: “Porsche managed to increase the operating return on sales and cash flow yet again in the 2011 fiscal year. These results create a solid platform for our growth strategy. An important plank of “Strategy 2018” is the complete elimination of indebtedness in the vehicle business. We are planning healthy growth.”
Porsche has set itself ambitious business targets with “Strategy 2018”: with an operating return on sales of at least 15 per cent, Porsche is set to remain one of the most profitable car manufacturers in the world. Porsche thrills its customers with outstanding products and a unique purchase and ownership experience. Moreover, Porsche is an excellent employer and a fair and reliable partner for all stakeholders. Porsche intends to boost sales to approximately 200,000 vehicles by 2018. To that end, Porsche is investing in rejuvenating and expanding its entire model range. In 2011, the new edition of the Porsche 911 got the process underway. This will be followed in 2012 with the all-new Boxster and Cayman. The introduction of the Macan SUV, to be built in the Leipzig plant, is to provide an additional impetus from 2014 onwards.
Last year, Porsche delivered 118,868 units of its 911, Boxster/Cayman, Cayenne and Panamera product lines worldwide. Compared with the same period last year this equated to growth of 22 per cent, attributable primarily to increased demand in China, the USA, Russia and the domestic German market. Between January and December, Porsche produced 127,793 vehicles. That represents an increase of 34 per cent compared with the same period last year. At the Leipzig plant alone, which turns out the Panamera sports saloon as well as the Cayenne, output last year was increased by almost half and will be further boosted in January 2012 with the introduction of a third shift.
The growth in sales has enabled Porsche to create more jobs. Numbering 15,307 employees on 31 December 2011, the workforce was 16 per cent bigger than at the end of 2010. It is planned to increase to approximately 20,000 by 2018. With effect from 1 January 2011, the Porsche AG group companies have brought the fiscal year, which previously ran from 1 August to 31 July of the following year, into line with the calendar year. A short fiscal year was created for the period from 1 August to 31 December 2010. The 2011 fiscal year is the first one to coincide with the calendar year.
|PORSCHE AG Group||Reporting period|
|Fiscal year 2011||Calendar year 2010||Variance (%)|
|Revenue (Mio. €)||10,928||9,232||18|
|Operating Profit (Mio. €)||2,045||1,674||2|
911 Carrera achieves strongest growth
Record February: Porsche sells 19 per cent more vehicles worldwide
Stuttgart. Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Stuttgart, posted a record month in February: with 8,846 vehicles sold, the sports car manufacturer achieved an uplift of 19.4 per cent compared with the same month the year before and at the same time the best February performance in the company’s history.
Bernhard Maier, Member of the Executive Board Sales and Marketing of Porsche AG said: “The best February performance of all times underscores our ambition of continuing to grow in 2012. With a strong brand, a wealth of new products and close collaboration with our sales partners, we are looking to the future with confidence.”
In February, all sales regions were ahead of the previous month’s figures. In the Asia-Pacific region, 3,393 new cars were handed over to customers in the reporting month (+43.4 per cent). Especially in China, with 2,288 vehicles sold, Porsche notched up a whopping increase of 74.0 per cent compared with February 2011. In Europe, deliveries increased by 11.5 per cent to 2,963 units in the reporting month. In the Russian market, the Stuttgart-based sports car manufacturer posted an increase of 58.0 per cent in February 2012.
The new Porsche 911 Carrera provided a significant impetus worldwide: 1,848 sports cars were handed over to customers in February, which translates to 42.8 per cent more than in the same month the year before. The seventh generation of the sports car classic has already been launched in Europe and America, to be followed shortly by China and other overseas markets. With 2,104 deliveries, the Panamera also posted a good uplift of 37.5 per cent compared with February 2011. 4,423 units of the Cayenne (+14.6 %) were sold in the reporting month.
|PORSCHE AG Deliveries||February||January – February|
|2012||2011||Variance (%)||2012||2011||Variance (%)|