Bohle Group boosts 2019 turnover and posts record results in US
According to preliminary data, the turnover of glass railing accessories owned by the family is 273.5 million dollars. Despite the decline in sales due to the withdrawal of the UK from Europe, it can still increase its group turnover.
Commercial activities in the United States recorded very positive sales of glass railing accessories. now account for one-third of the group's performance. The German business has once again proved to be Bohle's most important and successful market.
Arne Kl ö fkorn, chief operating officer of Bohle Group, said: "In 2019, we will be able to prove ourselves again in a challenging environment. We have achieved some significant growth in our most important product areas and markets." Although the economic outlook is weak, Bohle believes that he is fully prepared for the future.
In recent years, the management of the company reorganized the glass hardware business department and paid special attention to the self-developed glass railing accessories. The company successfully launched the Vetromount glass balustrade fittings and MasterTrack FT sliding door systems. These door systems are well-received in all major international markets.
Bohle is currently working to add complementary products to the Vetromount railing system. New extrusion profiles and complementary handrail products will be introduced in the near future. The shower hinge industry also remains a focus: Bohle will introduce a series of new shower hinges in 2020. The new series of shower cubicles are a new type of shower hinge developed in a series.
Manufacturer of glass railing accessories
In addition to all new product launches, Bohle is investing heavily in 2019. It mainly includes digitalization, process optimization and recruitment of new key personnel to maintain the development of the company. To add value to the company's loyal local customer base, Bohle recently held an internal trade exhibition in the company's renovated training facility at its headquarters in Germany. The new training facility aims to maintain Bohle's commitment to the future of the industry in terms of the education of glass balustrade fittings products