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Ducati proves to be a solid and profitable company with a positive cash flow even in a complex year like 2020
- 48,042 motorcycles delivered, € 676 million in turnover and € 24 million in operating profit, equal to 4% of operating margin
- The strategy of shifting upward the product range pays off as turnover per motorcycle grows again in 2020
- Claudio Domenicali, CEO of Ducati Motor Holding: “Even in the difficult 2020 Ducati remained profitable with a very positive cash flow, the best ever recorded to date.”
- Oliver Stein, CFO Ducati Motor Holding: “Financial stability is extremely important to support technological development, product and process innovation and Ducati Corse activities.”
Ducati closes a challenging 2020 reinforcing the solidity that the Italian motorcycle manufacturer has demonstrated in the last years. Despite the complex global situation and the seven-week halt in production right at the peak period of the season, 48,042 (2019: 53,183) motorcycles were delivered to customers all over the world, limiting the sales gap compared to 2019 to -9.7%.