The most important performance indicators at Dürr are incoming orders, sales, EBIT and ROCE. Cash flow from operating activities and free cash flow also play a key part, especially at Group level. Economic Value Added (EVA) reflects the economic value that Dürr generates in a financial year.
|Key figures||FY 2017||FY 2016||FY 2015||FY 2014||FY 2013||FY 2012||FY 2011||FY 2010|
|Incoming orders||€ m||3,876.0||3,701.7||3,467.5||2,793.0||2,387.1||2,596.8||2,684.9||1,642.2|
|Sales revenues||€ m||3,715.4||3,573.5||3,767.1||2,574.9||2,406.9||2,399.8||1,922.0||1,261.4|
|Cash flow from operating activities||€ m||119.8||227.4||173.0||291.3||329.1||117.6||127.9||55.4|
|Free cash flow||€ m||14.3||129.9||62.8||221.1||261.9||65.9||91.8||22.9|
|ROCE (EBIT/Capital employed)||%||39.5||41.1||45.3||38.7||76.2||47.4||30.4||10.8|
Non-financial performance indicators are also tracked on a regular basis and help us with the management and long-term strategic orientation of the company. Examples of these include key figures on employee and customer satisfaction, further training, ecology/sustainability and R&D/innovation.