Και η Nissan ανακοίνωσε τα οικονομικά της αποτελέσματα για το οικονομικό έτος 2011 όπου είχε καθαρά έσοδα ύψους 86.32 δις ευρώ, λειτουργικά κέρδη 5.01 δις ευρώ, τακτικά κέρδη 4.91 δις ευρώ ενώ τα καθαρά έσοδα έφτασαν τα 3.13 δις ευρώ. Συνολικά πούλησε 4.84 εκατ. αυτοκίνητα +15.8% ενώ το μερίδιο της στη παγκόσμια αγορά αυξήθηκε κατά 0.6%, φτάνοντας πλέον στα 6.4%.
Σε ότι αφορά τις πωλήσεις της στην Ευρώπη τον Απρίλιο, ανακοίνωσε ότι πούλησε 49.000 μονάδες, -3.4% σε σχέση με τον Απρίλιο του 2011, όπου είχε πουλήσει 4.700 αυτοκίνητα περισσότερα. Περισσότερες λεπτομέρειες μπορείς να βρεις στο δελτίο τύπου που ακολουθεί.
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NISSAN POSTS OPERATING PROFIT OF 545.8 BILLION YEN FOR FY11
Year of record global sales; new mid-term growth plan started; Nissan LEAF becomes world’s best selling electric car
YOKOHAMA (May 11, 2012) – Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., today announced financial results for the 12-month period ending March 31, 2012, and filed the following results with the Tokyo Stock Exchange:
- Net revenues of 9.409 trillion yen (US $118.95 billion, euro 86.32 billion);
- Operating profit of 545.8 billion yen (US $6.90 billion, euro 5.01 billion);
- Ordinary profit of 535.1 billion yen (US $6.76 billion, euro 4.91 billion); and
- Net income of 341.4 billion yen (US $4.32 billion, euro 3.13 billion).
In fiscal year 2011, Nissan’s global sales reached a record-high of 4.845 million units as demand for its vehicles outperformed the total auto industry. Unit sales of Nissan vehicles rose 15.8% from last year’s 4.185 million units, while total industry volumes increased 4.2% from 72.6 million units in fiscal 2010 to 75.7 million. Nissan’s share of the global market rose 0.6 points to 6.4%.
Carlos Ghosn, Nissan President and Chief Executive Officer, said: “Nissan has delivered robust operating profits and record sales amid growing demand for our models, brands and technologies around the world. It is an even more encouraging performance given the headwinds created by natural disasters, an over-valued Yen and uncertain global economic conditions.”
Nissan recovered quickly from a series of challenges, notably the Great East Japan earthquake of March 2011, to maintain its product launch schedule and market expansion strategy. The company released five new models globally in fiscal 2011: the Tiida in China, the Lafesta Highway Star in Japan, front-drive and rear-drive versions of the NV400 commercial van in Europe and the Infiniti JX in the United States.
In the period, additional milestones were achieved such as the Nissan LEAF becoming the world’s most successful electric vehicle and the extension of partnerships with other automakers including Daimler and Mitsubishi.
In global markets, the company reported significant growth. Unit sales in China, Nissan’s largest single market worldwide, rose 21.9% to 1,247,000 vehicles. In the United States, sales were up 11.8% to 1,080,000 units. Across Europe including Russia, sales were 713,000 units, up 17.5%. In Japan, sales increased by 9.2% to 655,000 units. Other markets totalled 826,000 units, up 16.4%.
“We have begun to deliver on the comprehensive Nissan Power 88 plan that we unveiled last year,” added Ghosn. “Our financial performance, product launches and market penetration over the past 12 months demonstrate our progress towards sustainable operating margins of 8% and 8% global market share.”
The global sales forecast for fiscal year 2012 is 5.35 million units, an increase of 10.4% and another record year. Nissan will launch 10 all-new products globally including the Altima, Pathfinder, Sylphy/Sentra, NV350 Caravan and a long wheelbase version of the Infiniti M hybrid sedan.
On May 11, 2012, Nissan filed the following forecast with the Tokyo Stock Exchange, based on foreign exchange rates of 82 yen/dollar and 105 yen/euro, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2013:
- Net revenues of 10.3 trillion yen (US $125.61 billion, euro 98.10 billion);
- Operating profit of 700 billion yen (US $8.54 billion, euro 6.67 billion);
- Ordinary profit of 680 billion yen (US $8.29 billion, euro 6.48 billion); and
- Net income of 400 billion yen (US $4.88 billion, euro 3.81 billion).
Note 1: On November 2, 2011, Nissan filed the following forecast with the Tokyo Stock Exchange, based on foreign exchange rates of 79.9 yen/dollar and 111.9 yen/euro, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2012:
- Net revenues of 9.45 trillion yen (US $118.27 billion, euro 84.45 billion);
- Operating profit of 510 billion yen (US $6.38 billion, euro 4.56 billion);
- Ordinary profit of 480 billion yen (US $6.01 billion, euro 4.29 billion);
- Net income of 290 billion yen (US $3.63 billion, euro 2.59 billion);
Note 2: Amounts in dollars and euros for the results are translated for the convenience of the reader at foreign exchange rates of 79.1 yen/dollar and 109.0 yen/euro, the average rates for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2012.
NISSAN MAINTAINS STRONG EUROPEAN SALES IN APRIL
– Innovative 100% electric Nissan LEAF sales accelerate –
Rolle (Switzerland) Friday 11th May – Today Nissan in Europe announced sales of more than 49,000 units in April despite a weakening market in Western Europe.
Overall sales were down by 4,700 units compared to a record April 2011, with monthly market share dipping slightly by 0.1% year-on-year to 3.4%.
This robust performance was achieved in a market that was down around 5% or 82,000 units against last year, mainly due to overall sluggish demand in some countries in the south of the region.
However in Eastern Europe, where demand increased by 10% versus 2011, Nissan significantly outperformed the market and achieved a 23% rise. In Russia, Nissan sold 2,500 units more than last year, boosting monthly share to 4.8% (0.6% above 2011).
Sales of the increasingly popular Juke climbed by 18% year-on-year with the UK-built compact crossover achieving the largest monthly increase of any Nissan model in April.
And in another market sector led by Nissan, the revolutionary Nissan LEAF electric vehicle tripled European sales to 563 units compared to April last year.
Nissan LEAF is the most popular electric vehicle of all time and has sold more than 27,000 units globally since its launch in December 2010. This year Europe will play an important role in the company’s aim of doubling worldwide sales compared to 2011.
Nissan Europe Sales Vice President, Guillaume Cartier, said: “Considering the overall drop in demand in some regional markets, our April performance is extremely healthy and demonstrates the underlying popularity of our model range.
“We have successfully maintained our overall market share, and in some key countries including Russia, we continue to make significant gains over a very strong 2011.
“We have also seen a step-change in LEAF sales in April. I am confident we will see this trend continuing throughout the year as we launch the car in more markets, supply constraints are eased and supporting infrastructures expand and become more evolved.”
About Nissan in Europe
Nissan has one of the most comprehensive European presences of any overseas manufacturer, employing more than 14,500 staff across locally-based design, research & development, manufacturing, logistics and sales & marketing operations. Last year Nissan plants in the UK, Spain and Russia produced 677,000 vehicles including mini-MPVs, award-winning crossovers, SUVs and commercial vehicles. Nissan now offers 24 diverse and innovative products for sale in Europe today, and is positioned to become the number one Asian brand in Europe.
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Japan’s second-largest automotive company, is headquartered in Yokohama, Japan, and is part of the Renault-Nissan Alliance. Operating with more than 248,000 employees globally, Nissan provided customers with more than 4.1 million vehicles in 2010, generating revenue of 8.77 trillion yen ($102.37 billion US). With a strong commitment to developing exciting and innovative products for all, Nissan delivers a comprehensive range of 64 models under the Nissan and Infiniti brands. A pioneer in zero-emission mobility, Nissan made history with the introduction of the Nissan LEAF, the first affordable, mass-market, pure-electric vehicle and winner of numerous international accolades, including the prestigious 2011-2012 Car of the Year Japan, 2012 RJC Car of the Year, 2011 European Car of the Year, and 2011 World Car of the Year awards. For more information on our products, services and commitment to sustainable mobility, visit our website at http://www.nissan-global.com/EN/.