EBITDA in the 2012 period amounted to RUR 14.3 billion with an 11.2% margin. EBIT totaled RUR 13.1 billion with 10.3% margin while profits of the company increased RUR 8.8 billion with 6.9% margin. The group also declared RUR 194,000 per month as revenue per employee.
Revenue during 2012 period was 4% lower than what was achieved during 2011 as it stood at RUR 127 billion though revenue from commercial vehicles increased by 6% as did export revenues which increased by 7% during 2012 period. Increased financial results has permitted the company to invest in production modernization and product portfolio renovation while this year new models of buses for the Sochi Olympics will also get off to a flying start along with new military vehicle which is under development at the company’s Ural plant.
Commenting on the results Bo Andersson, GAZ Group President/CEO said, “The positive financial results allow us to invest in production modernization and product portfolio renovation: the 2012 CAPEX amounted to RUR 11.8bn. As a result in 2013 the production of the new generation LCV GAZelle NEXT and new models of buses for the Sochi Olympics were launched, a new military vehicle was developed at the URAL plant and the manufacturing of vehicles with leading global OEM’s VW, GM and Daimler was started. Overall the past few years have seen GAZ Group update 75% of its model range”.