- Successful first year as a listed company: Daimler Truck achieved financial targets for 2022 despite adverse supply chain conditions
- Demand environment remains strong: Incoming orders and order backlog at high levels
- Bottlenecks in the supply chains slowed further growth in 2022
- Strong improvement of adjusted EBIT by 55% to €3,959 million (2021: €2,552 million), revenue significantly increased by 28% to €50.9 billion (2021: €39.8 billion) due to strong demand for products and strong net pricing
- Adjusted return on sales (ROS) of the Industrial Business significantly increased to 7.7% (2021: 6.1%), free cash flow of the Industrial Business of €1,746 million (2021: €1,556 million); earnings per share (EPS) of €3.24 (2021: €2.85)
- First dividend as independent company: Proposal of €1.30 per share
- Positive outlook for 2023: Daimler Truck expects further increase of revenue, adjusted EBIT and free cash flow of the Industrial Business; sales volume on similar level as 2022
In its first full year as a listed company, Daimler Truck Holding AG (Daimler Truck) has successfully delivered on strategic ambitions - leading sustainable transportation and improving the overall profitability. The Group achieved its financial targets for 2022 and is positive for 2023 despite supply chain constraints and inflationary cost pressure. Daimler Truck benefitted from a robust demand in its key commercial vehicle markets and increased its unit sales, revenue, EBIT (Earnings before Interests and Taxes), industrial free cash flow and earnings per share.