Reviews Vitesco relies on the separation of Conti on Electric Mobility

13:50  25 march  2021
13:50  25 march  2021 Source:   de.reuters.com

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Munich (Reuters) - Vitesco wants to expand the business with electromobility after the separation of Continental.

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In the medium term, more than 30 percent of revenues in the core business are achieved with electrification, the company announced on Thursday. The growth is financed from the ongoing shops, said Vitesco boss Andreas Wolf. Currently the division with electrification technology is still deficient. In the medium term, however, the aim is to generate profits in this business. Wolf said that this goal should be reached 2024.

2020 VITESCO revised revenues of almost eight billion euros and thus a billion euros less than before year. The loss of operation was 324 million euros, but in 2019 he was even greater with 635 million euros.

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