Kübler Group growing in difficult environment in 2022
Despite high energy prices, rising costs for raw materials, logistics chains and inflation, Kübler Group also achieved rising turnover figures in the current financial year.
After a strong 2021, Kübler once again expects good growth and even higher new orders in 2022. Given the current surplus of almost 20 percent in turnover compared to the previous year, Group turnover of the family company of about 95 million euros is the aim for 2022. At about 500, the number of company employees rose worldwide by approximately seven percent.
According to Kübler, the success was attributable, among other things, to a well-developed international sales and application network and a high proportion of R&D spending. In addition, at the end of 2021, Kübler created an incubator team oriented to 4.0 digitalisation and industry solutions.
Kübler remained able to deliver
"Despite the materials crisis, high new orders and cost explosion, Kübler remained able to deliver even if with longer delivery times," emphasised sales director Martin Huth. The internationally distributed production in Germany, Pune (India) and Charlotte NC, had proved very helpful in this regard, even if bottlenecks did occur.
Kübler expected many different influences in 2023, which would be difficult to plan for. Overall, the company expected further growth.
More information: kuebler.com