Hoyer stands to grow by more than 40% in Europe, and the company is pleased to report that its ambitious strategy of minimum 20% annual growth of has once again been more than met.
"Without having the final audited accounts to hand, we are still able to reveal that the financial year which finished at the end of April 2012 shows a growth in revenue of 40% across Europe. This is an extremely satisfactory result for us," says Thomas Klausen, sales manager, Hoyer.
Moreover, all the company’s key indicators still show growth in all areas. Both Hoyer Motors and Hoyer Transmissions are seeing growth in all the markets where Hoyer is active – and both business units are thus starting a new and exciting financial year, optimistic of continued growth and success.
Focus areas in the coming financial year
Hoyer is still focusing on its ambitious sales targets. This means, amongst other things, increased efforts with internal training, training courses for the company’s sales employees abroad with our partners, and implementing in-house training and education. Here, the overall goal is to give the company’s business partners even higher standards of service and advice in their daily dealings with Hoyer.
"We have welcomed many newcomers to the organisation, and the company’s prime task therefore is to ensure that everyone is able to live up to our ambitious pay-off – exceeding expectations!," says Thomas Klausen.
Results becoming evident
Hoyer is maintaining the same ambitious target of a minimum of 20% growth over the next year. Some of the markets we started to work in last year are already beginning to show signs of activity. We need to maintain focus on the individual tasks, implement the agreements and ensure high service-levels.
"In general, our highly-focused strategy and investments in new export markets has proved successful. We have now been pursuing this strategy for a couple of years, and our hard work is beginning to pay off with tangible results. Fortunately we have lots of exciting challenges ahead of us in the new financial year, so we are keen to knuckle down," Thomas Klausen concludes.