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04
Oct

As the ZVEI announced, in July 2019 exports of the German electrical industry increased.....

As the ZVEI announced, in July 2019 exports of the German electrical industry increased by 6.3% over the previous year to 18.1 EUR bn.

Imports of electrotechnical goods to Germany increased by 4.1% to 111.7 EUR bn between January and July.

From January to July, exports to industrialized countries increased by 3.6% over the previous year to 80.8 EUR bn.

Deliveries to China increased for the first time in one month (July) by 9.8% to 2.0 bn EUR. Russia increased by 29% to 396 m EUR.

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08
Jul

.The board of the ZVEI Association,....

The board of the ZVEI Association, department Cable and Insulated Wire, has confirmed Frederick Persson (Prysmian) as chairman. Ernst-Michael Hasse (Schwering & Hasse) was again elected Vice Chairman.

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05
Jul

According to the ZVEI, exports of the German electrical industry rose by 3.8% in April 2019 compared with the previous year to 16.8 bn EUR....

According to the ZVEI, exports of the German electrical industry rose by 3.8% in April 2019 compared with the previous year to 16.8 bn EUR, whereby deliveries to the individual countries must be differentiated. For the entire period from January to April, exports stood at 71.5 bn EUR, and exceeded last year by 5.3%.

Imports of electrical products to Germany increased more than exports. Between January and April, they increased by 6.8% to 65.1 bn EUR.

From January to April, exports to the industrial countries increased by 5.3% to 46.5 bn EUR, while those in the euro area increased by 6.1% to 23.5 bn EUR.

Exports to China increased by 9.1% over the previous year to 1.8 bn EUR. Business with Russia increased 10.1% to 354 m EUR.

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According to the ZVEI, exports of the German electrical industry increased by 9.6% to EUR 199.5 bn in 2017;......

According to the ZVEI, exports of the German electrical industry increased by 9.6% to EUR 199.5 bn in 2017;......

this is the fourth export record in a row. Imports to Germany increased by 9.7% to EUR 181.5 bn last year.

The largest customers of the German electrical industry in 2017 were again China. Exports increased by 17.4% to EUR 19.1 bn. The United States, with goods valued at EUR 17.1 bn, followed in second place. plus 5.6%.

But there were losers as well: exports to Saudi-Arabia were reduced by EUR 201 m; to Turkey it was a minus of EUR 84 m.
 

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As reported by the ZVEI, the German electrical industry experienced a significant drop in orders in March.

As reported by the ZVEI, the German electrical industry experienced a significant drop in orders in March.

The value of the orders was 12 % below March last year, as a year ago there was an unusually large number of major contracts. Furthermore, the early Easter in March had a negative influence on business development. Production and turnover also decreased slightly in this month.

This means that in the first quarter as a whole, new orders are 3.2% below their last year’s level. With a minus of 5.8% domestic orders fell more sharply than orders from abroad (-1.1 %).

The sector’s turnover after 3 months stood at EUR 43.1 bn and was thus 1.4% higher than in the same period last year.

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In February orders surpassed last year’s level by 5.8%, as announced by the ZVEI in Frankfurt.

In February orders surpassed last year’s level by 5.8%, as announced by the ZVEI in Frankfurt.

At the beginning of the year incoming orders had fallen slightly again by 0.3%. German goods were most in demand by customers in the Eurozone, where orders were 14.3% higher than last year, whereas orders from third countries fell by 0.5%. On the home market there was a plus of 7.2%.

The turnover of the German electrical companies rose by 5.3% in February 2016 to EUR 14.4 bn.

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As the ZVEI has reported, exports of the German electrical industry rose by 7.2% in the first three quarters 2015........

As the ZVEI has reported, exports of the German electrical industry rose by 7.2% in the first three quarters 2015........

in comparison with last year to EUR 128.4 bn, with September exceeding its last year’s level by 4% with EUR 15.1 bn.

Imports to Germany rose even more sharply in the first nine months of this year by 12.6% in comparison with 2014 to EUR 117.5 bn.

Exports to the Eurozone rose from January – September to EUR 40 bn (+5%) and exports to countries outside the Eurozone also grew strongly. In September the sharpest increase was to Poland and Rumania, while the heaviest drops were to Russia (-29.2%), Brazil (-14.7%) and China (-7.7%).

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According to the ZVEI the turnovers of electrical companies in May 2015 fell 0.9% below last year’s figures at EUR 13.4 bn.

According to the ZVEI the turnovers of electrical companies in May 2015 fell 0.9% below last year’s figures at EUR 13.4 bn.

While domestic turnover went down by 6.7% to EUR 6.4 bn, foreign turnover rose by 4.6% compared with last year to EUR 7 bn.

Revenues from customers from the euro zone grew to EUR 2.5 bn  (+3.2%), and those with business partners from third countries to EUR 4.5 bn (+5.5%).

The business climate in the German electrical industry deteriorated somewhat in June of this year, with expectations for the coming 6 months having dropped off more in comparison with the assessment of the current situation.

35% of companies in the industry assess their current situation as good, 55% as stable and 10% as bad. At the same time 26% of the electrical firms assume that in the next 6 months business will improve, 67% that it will remain the same and 7% that it will decline.

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After two weaker months at the beginning of the year orders leapt up in March, as the German press agency reports.

After two weaker months at the beginning of the year orders leapt up in March, as the German press agency reports.

The industry also enjoyed an increase in turnover and production in the first quarter. Domestic orders went up by 22.1% and foreign orders rose by 14.0%.

In contrast to January and February the electrical companies’ production adjusted for price effects increased noticeably in March of this year, rising by 6.6% in comparison with last year. From January to March 2015 it exceeded the corresponding figure for last year by 2.2%.

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According to the ZVEI the exports of the industry climbed by 4.9% last year to EUR 165.5 bn, exceeding the existing all time high of EUR 159.9 bn from 2012.

According to the ZVEI the exports of the industry climbed by 4.9% last year to EUR 165.5 bn, exceeding the existing all time high of EUR 159.9 bn from 2012.

In December 2014 alone exports grew by 15.4% against the prior year to EUR 13.7 bn, the highest figure ever achieved for December.

It is China that the electrical industry has to thank especially for its export record, with exports to this country rising by 16.1% in 2014 to EUR 14.9 bn, making the People’s Republic the largest customer for German electrical exports for the first time. Furthermore, an absolute growth of EUR 2.1 bn made the absolute contribution of the Chinese business the largest to the electrical industry’s absolute export growth last year.

Russia dropped out of the top ten with a 22.4% decline in exports to EUR 4.2 bn. Additionally, the Russian business, which turned out EUR 1.2 bn lower than in 2013, was the greatest mathematical encumbrance to the industry’s export growth last year.

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