Mahle reports increased sales

Mahle Aftermarket has reported increased sales in FY 21/22 by 18.5 percent to approximately EUR 1.1 billion. Those are the highest annual sales figures achieved since the business unit was founded.

Mahle’s former Telford site

The workshop equipment business exhibited particularly strong growth, and the company expanded this to include a range of solutions that will allow, for example, independent workshops to perform diagnostics and maintenance for e-vehicle batteries.

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“Despite very tense supply chains and declining fleet performance, we achieved strong growth in a difficult market environment. This clearly demonstrates the trust that our customers have in us,” said Olaf Henning,  Head of the Aftermarket business unit, at a press conference. “Particularly, in the area of battery diagnostics, we came in far ahead of the global competition.”

 

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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