LiSEC’s Order Intake Sets a Company Record

In February 2021, LiSEC posted a monthly order intake volume of more than $35,152,500* – for the second time since the company’s founding. With an order intake of $40,432,896*, the company set a new benchmark in August 2021, celebrating the highest monthly order intake in the company’s history. This is mainly attributed to recent, highly automated projects carried out by LiSEC in Poland, New Zealand, the U.S. and Bosnia, according to a press release.

The company managed to hit its 2021 order intake target for machinery and software by the end of July.

“We are very proud that we have already hit or exceeded all of our order intake targets for fiscal year 2021. Firstly, I would like to thank our customers for the huge amount of trust they have placed in our solutions and in ourselves as an all-in-one solutions provider to the flat glass processing industry. Secondly, I would like to thank our sales team in Germany and abroad for their outstanding performance. Our pioneering role in product development, which is years in the making, coupled with our production expertise in the glass industry, which is brought to bear in our sales consultation work, is hugely appreciated by our customers. We can be proud of this,” says Christian Krenn, director of international sales.

“We’ve managed to break a few of LiSEC’s financial records already this year,” says Oliver Pichler, chief financial officer. “We are currently heading for a 60% increase in our order intake volume in 2021. In addition to the commercial success, I am particularly pleased that after 2020, the year of the pandemic, our customers’ willingness to invest has shot up again, and a growing number of customers are recognizing the benefits of our innovative, comprehensive system solutions, such as those we have successfully implemented in New Zealand and Austria in recent months, and are therefore choosing to partner with LiSEC.”

*indicates information was converted from Euros to Dollars on September 24, 2021

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