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March 17, 2011

Press conference on the balance sheet 2011

In financial year 2010 GILDEMEISTER again recorded a clear upwards trend.  We have two factors to thank for this: The first is that the entire general economic climate has improved significantly. The worldwide machine tool crisis has been overcome. The other is that during the crisis we made the right strategic decisions.more

February 09, 2011

GILDEMEISTER also achieves positive results in 2010
Out of the most difficult machine tool crisis worldwide without losses

Bielefeld. The worldwide machine tool crisis has been overcome. The worldwide market for machine tools is also developing positively again. GILDEMEISTER recorded a clear upwards trend in 2010. Order intake rose by 24% to € 1,418.4 million (previous year: € 1,145.9 million). Of this,... more
February 07, 2011

GILDEMEISTER receives orders to a value of € 107.7 million
Most successful in-house exhibition of all time

Bielefeld. With order intake of € 107.7 million and 391 machines sold, GILDEMEISTER takes positive stock of its traditional in-house exhibition in Pfronten. With twice as much orders compared to the previous year 
(€ 53,4 million) this was the most successful in-house exhibitio... more
November 07, 2010

GILDEMEISTER with positive result in the 3rd quarter
Demand for machine tools is picking up

The global economy is continuing its recovery trend. Demand for machine tools is also picking up. This positive development is also reflected in the third quarter at GILDEMEISTER. The trend reversal in the core “Machine Tools” segment has been achieved with +67% in order intake. In... more
October 04, 2010

GILDEMEISTER successful at the AMB in Stuttgart
Good order intake confirms upwards trend

Bielefeld. With order intake of € 51.4 million and 260 machines sold, GILDEMEISTER takes positive stock of the AMB in Stuttgart. This success at the most important German trade fair for the industry, which ended on Saturday, is a further indicator that demand for machine tools is also picking up again in Germany.more
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