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India to Emerge KTM Production Hub by Year End

India is on the cusp of emerging as the lead production hub of Austrian motorcycle brand KTM with the four motorcycles manufactured at the Chakan plant poised to outsell super-sports and off-road bikes rolling out of the Mattighofen facility in Austria.

October 23, 2014

Indian Bajaj Auto Helps Plot KTM its Global Comeback

One in 5 of Austrian company's bikes are made in Pune, for a big cost advantage, enabling it to take market share from rivals.

July 25, 2014

KTM: Rising Sales, Stagnating Profit

The Austrian producer of motorcycles recorded sales of 19,408 vehicles (+29.9%). Turnover was up by 13.5% to € 135.7m.

May 25, 2012

Bajaj Holds 47.2% in KTM

At the end of April, the Indian motor vehicle producer enlarged its stake in the Austrian company from 41% to 47.2%.

May 2, 2012

Free Float at KTM Declines

The Austrian motor-cycle manufacturer has a free float of only 2.9%. The two main shareholders are CEO Stefan Pierer and the Indian Rajiv Bajaj.

April 6, 2012

Bajaj Increases Stake in KTM

The Indian Investor Rajiv Bajaj now holds a 44.3% share in the Austrian motor-cycle manufacturer.

April 2, 2012

KTM to Enter India

Together with its Indian partner, the Austrian motor-bike producer KTM aims for entering India.

January 25, 2012

KTM Heading for Record

The Austrian motorcycle manufacturer increased turnover by 12%. Previous year’s profit was already exceeded in the first three quarters of 2011.

November 3, 2011

KTM Achieves Strong Growth

The Austrian motorcycle manufacturer reported a positive development in the first half of 2011. Turnover increased by 24%; EBIT went up 18%.

July 28, 2011

KTM: Capital Increase Completed Successfully

The Austrian motorcycle manufacturer strengthened its share capital by € 14m by issuance of 400,000 new bearer shares. Main shareholders are CROSS Industries with 50.1% and Bajaj with 39.79%.

June 21, 2011
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