Poettinger, the Austrian manufacturer of tillage and hay tools, continued its growth trajectory during the financial year to the end of July with an 8% increase in sales revenues of just over €28 million ($31 million) to €382 million ($422 million).
Investing during a period of subdued sales in preparation for an anticipated upturn is paying off at Austrian tillage and hay tools manufacturer Poettinger. For its financial year ended July 2018, the company recorded a 15% gain in turnover to €354 million ($413 million), a new record for the business.
Hay and tillage equipment manufacturer Poettinger continued to invest in manufacturing, parts distribution and administration resources during its 2016-17 financial year as sales recovered to exceed the prior year’s performance.
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