2013 was a record year in KTM’s history, with sales, revenue and the number of employees increasing, and now that’s been topped with success in the 2014 Dakar Rally.
– Sales: 123,859 units (+ 15.6%)
– Revenue: 716.3 mio. EUR ( +17.0%)
– Employees: 1,849 (+150 employees compared to prior year)
In the 2013 financial year, KTM sold 123,859 bikes worldwide, an increase of 15.6% compared to the previous year. Revenue increased in the same period by 17.0% to 716.3 million EUR.
Much of this has been due to the success of the smaller bikes like the 200 and 390 Dukes, and of course their access to overseas markets like India where they are also built.
KTM will continue to follow their global product strategy and expects further increases in revenue and sales for the 2014 financial year and who knows, the Overland editorial team may at last get hold of an 1190…