Key Figures & Certifications

GRI 2-7, 2-8, 2-30: Employees
GRI 2-7, 2-8, 2-30
GRI 2-7: Information on employees
Full timeheads5,6444,8434,248
thereof maleheads4,3733,8343,450
thereof femaleheads1,2711,009798
Part timeheads444406338
thereof maleheads167147110
thereof femaleheads277259228
Share of female employeesin percent25.4%24.2%22.4%
Employee structure by continent 1
thereof in Austriaheads5,0504,3613,822
in percent83.0%83.1%83.3%
thereof in Germanyheads137136116
in percent2.3%2.6%2.5%
thereof in Europeheads392316284
in percent6.4%6.0%6.2%
employees other continents 2heads509436364
in percent8.4%8.3%7.9%
GRI 2-8: Workers who are not employees
Temporary workers total (incl. foundation apprentices) heads627486294
in percent10.3%9.3%6.4%
thereof maleheads427345251
in percent68.1%71.0%85.4%
thereof femaleheads20014143
in percent31.9%29.0%14.6%
thereof <30 yearsheads240217134
in percent38.3%44.7%45.6%
thereof 30-50 yearsheads346240147
in percent55.2%49.4% 50.0%
thereof >50 yearsheads412913
in percent6.5%6.0%4.4%
GRI 2-30: Tariff contracts
in percent98%98%98%

1) Evaluation of employee structure by company location (not by nationality).
2) Africa, Asia, Australia, North America, South America

All data excl. members of the Executive Board of PIERER Mobility AG, incl. temporary workers, incl. KTM AG and its subsidiaries, Avocodo GmbH and PIERER Innovation GmbH.

GRI 405-1: Diversity of employees
GRI 405-1
Diversity of employeesUnit202220212020
Managers heads709617575
in percent11.6%11.8%12.5%
thereof maleheads578518489
in percent81.5%84%85%
thereof femaleheads1319986
in percent18.5%16%15%
thereof < 30 yearsheads494035
in percent6.9%6.5%6.1%
thereof 30-50 yearsheads544455432
in percent76.7%73.7%%75.1%
thereof > 50 yearsheads116122108
in percent16.6%19.8%18.8%
White-collar workersheads2,5402,2151,896
in percent41.7%42.2%41.3%
thereof maleheads1,8041,5531,323
in percent71.0%70.1%
thereof femaleheads736662573
in percent29.0%29.9%30.2%
thereof < 30 yearsheads914793681
in percent36.0%35.8%35.9%
thereof 30-50 yearsheads1,36512061036
in percent53.7%54.4%54.6%
thereof > 50 yearsheads261216179
in percent10.3%9.8%9.4%
Manual workersheads2,2121,9311,822
in percent36.3%36.8%39.7%
thereof maleheads1,7301,5651,498
in percent78.2%81%82.2%
thereof femaleheads482366324
in percent21.8%19%17.8%
thereof < 30 yearsheads627546504
in percent28.3%28.3%27.7%
thereof 30-50 yearsheads1,158997969
in percent52.4%51.6%53.2%
thereof > 50 yearsheads427388349
in percent19.3%20.1%19.2%

All % figures rounded. Representation excl. members of the Executive Board of PIERER Mobility AG, incl. temporary workers. Definition of managers: Managers include Board members (excl. members of the Executive Board of PIERER Mobility AG), general managers, division managers, subdivision managers, department managers and team leaders. Representation of managers globally since 2020. Only about 1 % of the employees have a fixed-term contract, so no separate subdivision into permanent/fixed-term employment relationships is made in this list. Excluded from this are interns, diploma/master’s students etc. as well as employees in their probationary period (first 6 months of service).

Own indicator: Further information on employees
Own indicator
Further information on employeesUnit202220212020
Employee turnover in Austria1in percent<10%<10%<10%
Parental leave (due to education or birth)heads1209084
Return ratio (rounded)in percent96%93%94%
thereof femalein percent36%34%30%
People with disabilitiesheads544848

1) Due to missing employee data and the difference in the country-specific approach for calculating the turnover rate, a global evaluation is currently not possible.
2) Measured by a degree of disability reported of over 50 %.

GRI 405-1: Diversity of governance bodies
GRI 405-1
Diversity of governance bodiesUnit202120202019
Executive Boardheads444
thereof malein percent100%100%100%
thereof 30-50 yearsin percent25%25%25%
thereof >50 yearsin percent75%75%75%
Supervisory Boardheads644
thereof malein percent67%100%100%
thereof femalein percent33%0%0%
thereof >50 yearsin percent100%100%100%

Ernst Chalupsky and Alfred Hörtenhuber resigned from the Supervisory Board at the end of the Annual General Meeting on April 29, 2022. Rajiv Bajaj, Iris Filzwieser, Michaela Friepeß and Srinivasan Ravikumar were elected as new members of the Supervisory Board.

GRI 403-9: Health and safety - Employees & Temporary workers
GRI 403-9
Health and safety - employeesUnit202220212020
Accidents at worknumber757456
Injury ratehours12.213.312.8
Serious accidents at work (over 6 months of recovery)number203
Injury rate of serious accidentsnumber0.3300.69
Work-related fatality ratenumber000.23
Lost-Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR)number10.88.4-
Health and safety - temporary workersUnit202220212020
Accidents at worknumber34166
Injury ratehours39.828.222.6
Serious accidents at work (over 6 months of recovery)number000
Injury rate of serious accidentsnumber000
Work-related fatality ratenumber000
Lost-Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) number35.122.9-

Values include all documented accidents at work (excluding commuting accidents). Data for employees of external companies are available. Injury rate based on injuries per 1 million hours worked. In accordance with GRI standards, the injury rate is calculated on the basis of productive working hours: Number of hours worked in 2022 (evaluation only possible for companies based in Austria): 6,122,869 (2021: 5,564,141), productive hours incl. temporary workers 6,977,525. In the 2022 financial year, as in 2021, there were no work-related fatalities at KTM AG. There was one work-related fatality in 2020. The lost-time injury frequency rate (LTIFR) has been recorded since the 2021 reporting year. The LTIFR describes the number of accidents involving lost time of at least one day per 1 million hours worked. Underlying formula: LTIFR=accidents/hours worked*1,000,000.

GRI 404-1 Training and further education
GRI 404-1
Training and further educationUnit202220212020
Total number of employees 1)heads5,4474,7514,293
thereof maleheads4,1053,6303,310
thereof femaleheads1,3421,121983
thereof manual workers (incl. apprentices)heads2,2111,9301,822
thereof white-collar workers (incl. apprentices)heads2,5302,2071,896
thereof managersheads706614575
Number of apprenticesheads206186170
thereof commercial apprenticesheads766660
thereof industrial apprenticesheads132120110
Total number of hours of (further) training of employees in Austriahours119,429124,03829,276
Average number of hours of (further) traininghours22267
By genderhours
Total for male employeeshours91,10497,09423,007
Average number per employee/malehours22277
Total for female employeeshours28,32426,9446,269
Average number per employee/femalehours21246
By employee categoryhours
Total for manual workers (incl. apprentices)hours49,79755,1693,856
Average number for manual workershours23292
Total for white-collar workers (incl. apprentices)hours47,67648,01914,034
Average number for white-collar workershours19227
Total for managershours21,95520,85011,386
Average number for managershours313420

1)Representation excluding temporary workers and external contractors.

Hours of training & further education relate to data in Austria; the aim is to expand the collection of data to a global level in 2023.

Own indicator: Research and development (R&D)
Own indicator
Research and development (R&D)Unit202220212020
Employees in R&Dheads1,181976808
Employees in R&D as % of total employeesin percent19.4%18.6%17.6%
Investments (rounded)1in m€161131111
thereof for alternative drive technologies (e.g. electromobility)1in m€
R&D expenses from revenuein percent8.7%8.0%9.0%

1) Development costs incl. tooling

Own indicator: Alternative drive technologies (e.g. electric mobility)
Own indicator
Alternative drive technologies (e.g. electric mobility)Unit202220212020
Motorcyclesnumber of units375,492332,881 270,407
thereof electrified 1number of units19,9103,3572,166
Bicyclesnumber of units118,465102,753 73,277
thereof electrified 2number of units74,47976,91656,064
Share of all electrified Two-Wheelersin percent19.1%18.4%16.9%

1) Thereof 3,541 e-motorcycles (Mini E and Freeride E) and 16,369 electric balance bikes.
2) Thereof 72,635 e-bikes and 1,844 electric balance bikes.

GRI 302-1: Energy and water consumption
GRI 302-1
Energy and water consumptionUnit202220212020
Gas consumption 1kWh20,983,05121,282,48917,924,474
Electricity consumption 1kWh25,162,90922,841,71719,035,648
District heatkWh571,471671,940619,350
Share of renewable energy (electricity and district heating)in percent98.11%99.63%n.a.
Share of fossil energy (electricity and district heating)in percent1.89%0.37%n.a.
Water consumption from production 2m34,8764,1853,364
Fuel test benchesin liters535,361443,449317,246

1) For reasons of materiality, the table only contains values from the corporate and production sites of KTM AG and PIERER Mobility AG.
2) Values rounded. Water consumption relates to the sites in Mattighofen and Munderfing.

GRI 302-5: Reduction in energy demand for products
GRI 302-5
Reduction in energy demand for productsUnit202220212020
Fleet emissions motorcycles 1, 2Ø Emission in g/km79.5979.6578.93
Fleet consumption 3Ø Consumption in l/100 km3.393.413.39

1) Calculated on a pro rata basis of 226,806 motorcycles in the B2C business.
2) CO2 fleet emissions decreased by only 0.06 g/km in the reporting year due to the continued strong growth in sales of ICE models with medium and large displacements (>500ccm). The incorrectly recorded CO2 emission figure for a KTM model from Bajaj Auto required a correction of the fleet emission figure retrospectively for the 2021 and 2020 reporting years.
3) To allow better understanding, we do not state the vehicle consumption in joules, but in l/100 km as usual.

GRI 305-1, 305-2, 305-3: Carbon footprint of the PIERER Mobility Group
GRI 305-1, 305-2, 305-3
Carbon footprint of the PIERER Mobility Group202220222022202120212021202020202020
Greenhouse gas emissions according to greenhouse gas protocol (Scope 1-3):in t CO2-eshare of "location based"
in percent
share of "market based"
in percent
in t CO2-eshare of "location based"
in percent
share of "market based"
in percent
in t CO2-eshare of "location based"
in percent
share of "market based"
in percent
Scope 1: Direct greenhouse gas emissions7,095.970.84%0.84%6,677.290.70%0.70%5,679.780.67%0.67%
Emissions from natural gas procurement at PIERER Mobility Group sites 1)3,822.9053.87%53.87%3,898.1058.38%58.38%3,295.7758.03%58.03%
Emissions from vehicle fleet1,889.1726.62%26.62%1,638.1024.53%24.53%1,565.4627.56%27.56%
Emissions from test benches1,383.9019.50%19.50%1,141.0917.09%17.09%818.5414.41%14.41%
Scope 2: Indirect greenhouse gas emissions "location based" 5,624.970.61%5,136.720.54%5,036.930.60%
Emissions from district heat procurement 2)114.292.10%134.392.62%125.732.50%
Emissions from electricity procurement at PIERER Mobility Group sites 1)5,510.6897.90%5,002.3497.38%4,911.2097.50%
Scope 2: Indirect greenhouse gas emissions "market based"2)174.560.02%213.090.02%1,154.760.14%
Emissions from district heat procurement and electricity procurement114.2964.43%136.4064.01%125.7310.89%
Emissions electricity procurement at PIERER Mobility Group sites 1)60.2755.21%76.6835.99%1,029.0389.11%
Scope 3: Indirect greenhouse gas emissions849,857.6198.50%99.14%936,260.9098.75%99.27%832,213.6398.73%99.19%
Emissions from commuter traffic with aircraft3,052.850.36%0.36%1,315.400.14%0.14%738.050.09%0.09%
Emissions from commuter traffic with private vehicles
Emissions from commuter traffic with rental cars188.460.02%0.02%86.310.01%0.01%61.030.01%0.01%
Emissions from commuter traffic with train 3)6.480.00%0.00%2.140.00%0.00%1.740.00%0.00%
Emissions from commuter traffic with cab 3)72.360.01%0.01%31.050.00%0.00%16.260.00%0.00%
Emissions paper 3)2,209.130.26%0.26%2,144.030.23%0.23%1,617.200.19%0.19%
Emissions use phase of vehicle sold 4)831,564.5399.33%99.33%932,627.1799.61%99.61%829,764.3599.70%99.70%
Total footprint "location based"849,421.70100.00%948,074.91100.00%842,948.34100.00%
Total footprint "market based"844,404.20100.00%943,151.28100.00%839,066.17100.00%
Emissions per vehicle sold "location based" 2) 5) 6)202220212020
t CO2 -e per vehicle sold (Scope 1-2)
t CO2 -e per vehicle sold (Scope 1-3)3.743.803.67
GRI 302-3 Energy intensity 7)202220212020
MWh per vehicle sold0.210.180.16
MWh per vehicle produced0.210.250.27
Water consumption in m³ per vehicle sold0.110.080.07

For the calculation of CO2 equivalents for Scope 1-2, the conversion factors of the Austria Federal Environment Agency and the UK Department for Environment, Food & Regulatory Affairs (DEFRA) for 2016, 2020, 2021 & 2022 were used.

The base year of the calculation is 2018, the calculation of CO2 equivalents for Scope 1-3 was published for the first time in the Sustainability Report 2019. In principle, the data of the main company and production sites in Austria are included in the evaluation. In addition to PIERER Mobility AG, this also includes KTM AG with its subsidiaries.

1) Evaluation excluding PIERER Innovation GmbH, Avocodo GmbH. The increased energy consumption in the 2022 reporting year can be attributed, among other things, to the increased production volume. Since February 2021, the site in Anif has been heated using a heat pump (natural gas has not been procured since the move).

2) Emissions from district heating at the KTM Sportcar GmbH site. The significant reduction in consumption of district heating is due to the major rebuild at the Graz site, during which all production was stopped (for around one month). This is why a slight decrease in gas and electricity consumption was recorded here. Since 2020, emissions have also been calculated using a “market based” method. However, for better traceability, the calculation of the emission shares in % in the reporting year was not adopted here and “location based” was used for the CO2 emissions per vehicle sold (the difference between “market and location based” is very small and therefore negligible). In the case of KTM Sportcar GmbH, the emission factor from the Federal Environment Agency was used for the calculation for district heating, because no information on the emission data is available from the supplier. The low proportion of indirect greenhouse gas emissions is due to the supply mix in the 2022 and 2021 supply years. The majority of the kWh of electricity purchased comes from hydropower. The district heating and electricity consumption figures for KTM Sportcar GmbH in 2020 were adjusted retrospectively.

Evaluation including PIERER Innovation GmbH.

Calculation based on EU homologation data on fuel consumption according to WMTC and taking into account average annual mileage and average service life. The Enduro Competition models are homologated
in a mechanically and electronically throttled condition. However, the motorcycles are often used in an unthrottled condition at amateur and professional racing events, at the customer’s own risk. This results in significantly higher consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. The KTM and Husqvarna models sold directly by Bajaj Auto are also included in the calculation.

Calculated from the total carbon footprint (market based Scope 1+2 and Scope 1-3) divided by the number of vehicles sold (PTW and X-BOW).

Calculation excl. E-bicycles, also adjusted retrospectively for the year 2021.

Calculated from electricity, district heating and natural gas consumption divided by the total number of vehicles sold (PTW and X-BOW). Since 2020, “market-based” electricity and district heating consumption has been used for the calculation.

Motorcycles sold in the B2C (retail) business and X-BOW (excl. E-bicycles) were used to calculate the use phase: Number of vehicles used for the calculation 226,849 (previous year: 249,534 excl. E-bicycles). Motorcycle models that are not eligible for registration (e.g. motocross, cross country, sport minicycles) were not considered due to an insufficient database (missing consumption and mileage data). A total of 375,492 motorcycles were sold in the reporting year (previous year: 332,881).

The values included in the evaluation are based on EU homologation data for the respective models. In 2021, there were several homologation amendments to the MY21 Street and MY22 Enduro models due to changes in catalytic converter compositions. This had a subsequent impact on fleet emissions and consumption in the 2020 reporting year.

According to the Kyoto Protocol, there are seven main greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change: Carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), nitrous oxide (N2O), hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), perfluorocarbons (PFCs), sulfur hexafluoride (SF6), and nitrogen trifluoride (NF3). CO2-e is the universal unit of measurement used to indicate the global warming potential (GWP) of each of the seven greenhouse gases, expressed as the GWP of one unit of carbon dioxide. It is used to assess the release (or avoidance of release) of various greenhouse gases on a common basis.

GRI 306-3: Amount of waste
GRI 306-3
Amount of wasteUnit202220212020
Total wastekg6,189,6126,393,0194,822,664
Metal waste (excluding aluminium waste)kg804,437786,634606,992
Aluminium wastekg296,954621,473267,55
Waste for recyclingkg4,376,8354,487,2503,125,980
Hazardous wastekg318,774337,712267,827
Other wastekg422,350519,709500,310
Waste generated per vehicle produced 1) 3)kg24,4330.3928.59
Packaging materials disposed per vehicle 2) 3)kg16.6220.3215.90

For reasons of materiality, the table only contains values from the KTM Group’s manufacturing sites in Mattighofen and Munderfing (these sites are used jointly by KTM AG, KTM Components GmbH, KTM Forschungs & Entwicklungs GmbH). Description of waste types/metals: including various scrap metals, cable scrap, mixed chips, prototypes. Aluminum: including castings, smelting, chips; waste for recycling: including waste wood (untreated, material), waste wood pallets, waste paper, various cardboard boxes; hazardous waste: waste oil, drilling emulsion, various solvents, cleaners; other waste: including plasterboard, used tires, industrial waste.

1) For the calculation, the number of vehicles assembled in Mattighofen incl. vehicles imported from India, Spain and China was used because the waste assessments also include waste from the imported vehicles.
2)Packaging materials disposed of exclusively include the waste generated at KTM AG, KTM Components GmbH (Mattighofen and Munderfing sites) for recycling, excluding green waste, waste paper and waste glass (cardboard packaging, waste wood, waste wood pallets, polypropylene pallets, mixed plastics, sorted polystyrene, plastic packaging/EPS-TPU). The share of packaging materials in the metal waste could not be evaluated separately in the reporting year, as these are disposed of with all other metal waste generated by KTM AG at the Mattighofen and Munderfing sites. However, this quantity does not represent a significant proportion.
3)Waste that cannot be clearly allocated to production was not included in the calculation.

Own indicator: Vehicle assembly
Own indicator
Vehicle assembly Unit202220212020
Motorcycles 1)Ø vehicles / day954765708
Annual production volume in Mattighofen 2)vehicles / year222,041178,992140,252

1) In 2021, there were 233 production days.
2) Production volume at headquarters in Austria.

Own indicator: Certifications
Own indicator
Environmental management systemISO 14001
Quality management systemISO 9001
Functional safetyISO 26262The development processes are oriented to ISO 26262.
IT & information security 1Tisax Zertifizierung
Security Level2
The process is oriented to ISO 27001/27002.
Road Vehicles – Cyber Security EngineeringISO/SAE 21434The process is currently under development.
Acoustics – Test track for measuring the noise emission of road vehiclesISO 10844

1)For more information, see page 32 in the Sustainability Report 2021.

GRI 205-2: Anti-corruption training
GRI 205-2
Anti-corruption trainingUnit202220212020
Total number of employees 1)heads5,4614,7514,293
thereof manual workers (incl. apprentices)heads2,2121,9301,822
thereof white-collar workers (incl. apprentices)heads2,5402,2071,896
thereof managersheads709614575
Executive Board and Supervisory Boardheads1088
Information provided to employees about anti-corruption (e.g. handing out Code of Conduct)
People informed about anti-corruptionheads4,185 3,5592,669
Share of people informed about anti-corruptionin percent76.6%74.9%62%
Employees by category of worker
total for manual workers (incl. apprentices)heads1,015936741
share of manual workersin percent45.9%48.5%40.7%
total for white-collar employees (incl. apprentices)heads2,4642,0401,499
share of white-collar employeesin percent97.0%92.4%79,1%
total for managersheads696575421
share of managersin percent98.2%93.6%73.2%
Executive Board and Supervisory Boardheads1088
Share of Executive Board and Supervisory Boardin percent100%100%100%
Anti-corruption training (e.g. e-learning or face-to-face training)
Total people with anti-corruption training heads1,4822,01849
Share of people with anti-corruption training (rounded)in percent27.1%42.5%1.1%
Employees by category of worker
total for manual workers (incl. apprentices)heads2423540
share of manual workers (rounded)in percent10.9%18.3%0%
total for white-collar employees (incl. apprentices)heads9901,2689
share of white-collar employees (rounded)in percent39.0%57.5%0.5%
total for managersheads24139635
share of managers (rounded)in percent34.0%64.5%6.1%
Executive Board and Supervisory Board 2)heads905
Share of Executive Board and Supervisory Board (rounded)in percent90.0%0%62.5%

1)Representation excluding temporary workers and external contractors. Managers include Board members (excl. members of the Executive Board of PIERER Mobility AG), general managers, division managers, subdivision managers, heads of department and team leaders. Anti-corruption information and anti-corruption training activities for employees have only been systematically recorded at Group level since 2020 and have been continuously expanded. New contractual relationships of the KTM AG Group with suppliers or importers are concluded as standard with incorporation of the Code of Conduct, which forms an integral part of the contract as a fundamentally non-negotiable minimum standard.
2) In 2022, the training of the members of the Executive Board and the Supervisory Board took place during the Supervisory Board meeting of KTM AG. Accordingly, all members of the Executive Board as well as  five members of the Supervisory Board of PIERER Mobility AG received training.

Corruption training by continent
Corruption training by continent 1)Unit 202220212020
Total number of employeesheads5,4614,7514,293
thereof people with anti-corruption training:
Employees in Austriaheads1,4912,006n.a.
in percent27.30%42.22%n.a.
Employees in Germanyheads02n.a.
in percent0%0.04%n.a.
Employees in Europeheads04n.a.
in percent0%0.08%n.a.
Employees other continents2)heads06n.a.
in percent0%0.13%n.a.

1) The assessment of corruption training, which includes anti-corruption training, was evaluated by continent for the first time in 2021.
2) Africa, Asia, Australia, North America, South America

GRI 2-27, 205-3, 406-1, 416-2, 418-1: Compliance I Compliance with laws and regulations I Non-discrimination I Product safety risks I Data protection
GRI 2-27, 205-3, 406-1, 416-2, 418-1
Compliance I Compliance with laws and regulations I Non-discrimination I Product safety risks I Data protectionUnit202220212020
205-3: Compliance cases 1)Number000
2-27: Cases of significant instances of non-compliance with laws and regulations 2)

Total value of fines for instances of noncompliance with laws and regulations

in €



406-1: Incidents of discrimination 3)Number000
416-2: Incidents with fine or penalty after recallsNumber000
418-1: Data protection complaintsNumber000

1) In the PIERER Mobility Group, there were neither any relevant compliance cases nor cases that resulted in corresponding compliance investigations or proceedings regarding corruption in the 2022 financial year.
2) In the PIERER Mobility Group, there were no relevant incidents relating to non-compliance with laws and/or regulations that resulted in proceedings, fines and/or other sanctions in the 2022 financial year.
3) In the PIERER Mobility Group, there were no significant incidents of discrimination that resulted in legal proceedings and have or could have a significant impact on the economic situation of the PIERER Mobility Group in the 2022 financial year.