Sales at Trumpf Group increased 15 percent during fiscal year 2011-2012, according to figures the German manufacturing company released today.
Through the end of June, the
company registered sales of 2.325 billion euros ($2.841 billion) compared with 2.024
billion euros ($2.475 billion) the previous year.
“Last year TRUMPF
achieved the highest sales in its history, beating its pre-recession record
from fiscal 2007-2008”, said Trumpf President Nicola Leibinger-Kammüller.
Orders received and
profits also increased, she added.
“We are expecting a
result higher than that of the previous year,” said Leibinger-Kammüller.
For 2010-2011, Trumpf
pretax profits were 185 million euros ($226.2 million dollars).
In the past year, the
company added 1,000 new jobs, officials said.
The profit figures
are preliminary. Final results will be released Oct. 18, Trumpf said.
Sales up at Trumpf
July 17, 2012