Kögel posts record 67% growth for 2007

April 2008
Trailer / Body Builders;Apr2008, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports on the financial growth of Kögel's for 2007. The entry cites that the trailer manufacturer posted a 67% increase resulting from production of 20,000 units in 2007 and a turnover of $708.3 million. It also notes that the company's factory workforce in Burtenbach and Chocen increased from 900 to 1,352. Information is also given on Kögel's domestic market position in Germany, as well as its plan to invest in its Burtenbach plant to meet its goal of a 25% increase in production for 2008.


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