Thursday, July 28, 2011

Ferrari sales and record revenues in the first half of 2011

At a time when sales of new cars in Italy are struggling to take off, the result stands out by Ferrari in the first half of 2011. The chairman of the board of directors, Luca di Montezemolo, took note of two records: the first is that of revenues, which reached 1.08 billion euro share representing a 19.6% over the same period of 2010 and the second concerns the number of cars delivered, registering a 11.8% to more than 3,577 total units.

"The figures - it said in a statement issued by leaders of the House of Maranello - were obtained primarily thanks to the limited series 599 and AS GTO Open, as well as from California and 458 from Italy." Also improved the trading profit, which reached 135 million euros compared with 116 in the first half of 2010, while net profit touches over 91.8 million with a 23.5%, which follows the increase in Ferrari sales in the United States, historically the first market for cars with the prancing horse 939 cars were delivered in January-June period against 378 in China, where, however, the exploit has brought 116% of "red" reaching more than to Germany (which slips to third place in the world) with 337 deliveries.

Fourth in the UnitedKingdom, with 289 cars delivered, representing a more than 50%. In recent weeks, finally began to get its first orders from India, with deliveries to start in those days. "If the findings in the first half would continue into the second, the 2011 might be remembered as one of the best in Ferrari history, reaching and exceeding the record year that was 2008," said Luca di Montezemolo.

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