Bühler announces profitability in 2023

The company gained market share in key markets.

Bühler successfully increased profitability in 2023, navigating a complex global landscape. The equity ratio improved, and the company gained market share in key markets, with a robust order book of CHF 2.0 billion positioning Bühler well for 2024. CEO Stefan Scheiber expresses satisfaction, stating, "We are a reliable partner in this dynamic world."

Key Highlights:

  • Group turnover in Swiss Francs increased slightly to CHF 3.0 billion (+1.0%)
  • EBIT rose by 8.9% to CHF 216 million, with a margin of 7.2%
  • Net profit increased by 16.3% to CHF 179 million, with a margin of 5.9%
  • Advanced Materials experienced strong growth, with turnover reaching CHF 778 million
  • Grains & Food delivered solid performance, addressing global food security needs
  • Services played a crucial role, growing by 1.2% and representing a 32% share of Group turnover

Strategic Focus:

  • Bühler maintained a balanced global footprint, offsetting market variations
  • Innovation remained a key success factor, with CHF 140 million invested in R&D
  • Sustainability efforts continued, aiming for a 60% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030

Training and Education:

  • Bühler prioritized training for customers and employees globally, emphasizing lifelong learning.
  • The Bühler Energy Center in Uzwil supported health management, vocational learning and new manufacturing technologies

Outlook for 2024:

  • Despite economic volatility, Bühler is well-positioned with a CHF 2.0 billion order carryover
  • The company remains committed to profitable growth, sustainability goals, and employee development

For more details, images and the full annual report 2023, visit Bühler’s media download section.

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