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2013 was record year for KTM

2013 was a record year in KTM’s history as sales, revenue and the number of employees increased again strongly.

By consequently implementing the global product strategy and the expansion in the growth markets Asia and South America, KTM increased both sales and revenue and achieved a record year in 2013.

Therefore, KTM is the fastest growing motorcycle brand in the world for already three years.

In the business year 2013, KTM sold 123,859 bikes worldwide and could therefore increase sales by 15.6% compared to previous year.

Revenue could be increased in the same period by 17.0% to 716.3 mio. EUR.

Therefore, KTM expects a record result for the business year 2013.

Record employment at the headquarter in Mattighofen:
As of December 31st, 1,849 people were employed at the KTM group worldwide, which is a record employment.

To further realize the global growth, KTM’s headcount was increased by 150 people in the business year
2013.

Outlook 2014:
KTM will continue to follow the global product strategy and expects further increases in revenue and sales for the business year 2014.

TS
19.01.2014
Mattighofen - Dubai - Cairo


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