With order intake of $201.1 million and 688 products sold – including major orders from the USA ($ +13.2 million), from China ($+11.8 million) and Japan ($+5.5 million) – DMG MORI takes positive stock of the in-house exhibition in Pfronten this year (previous year: $190.3 million). This industry-highlight was held for the 20th time at DECKEL MAHO and is the traditional kick-off for the new financial year. Nevertheless the financial year 2015 remains volatile.
From 3-7 February, DMG MORI registered a record number of 8,797 international trade visitors in Pfronten. In particular international customers and potential customers (percentage: 59%) contributed to this. Their main interest fell on innovations, trend-setting products and particularly on CELOS. With its apps, CELOS control technology simplifies the process from the idea to the finished product. Four new CELOS apps and a CELOS PC version were presented for the first time. In total, 76 high-tech exhibits were presented over the 5,800m² floor area, including four world premieres. Other focus points included system solutions for the automotive and aerospace industry, as well as for line production. With its additive manufacturing machine LASERTEC 65 3D, DMG MORI presented an innovative combination of additive and cutting machining.
At the press conference on the balance sheet on 12 March 2015, the Group will publish the figures for financial year 2014 and will present an outlook for the current financial year.