Key Figures

Own indicator: Research and Development (R&D)

 Unit202020192018
Employees in R&DHeadcount808789678
Employees in R&D as % of total employeesin per cent17.6%18.1%15.8%
Investmentsin m€111121106
R&D expenses from revenuein per cent9.0%9.1%8.7%

Own indicator: Vehicle assembly

 Unit202020192018
Motorcycles 1)Ø vehicles / day708700776
Annual production volume in Mattighofen 2)vehicles / year140,252160,098171,297

1) In 2020, there were 40 fewer production days due to the covid-related production stop.

2) Production units at the headquarter in Austria.

Own indicator: Certifications

   
Environmental management systemISO 14001 in implementation
Quality management systemISO 9001
Functional safetyISO 26262
IT & information securityTisax Certification Security Level3Oriented on ISO 27001/ 27002

GRI 102-8: Employees

 Unit202020192018
TotalHeadcount4,5864,3684,303
Full timeHeadcount4,2484,0444,042
of which maleHeadcount3,4503,2623,234
of which femaleHeadcount798782808
Part timeHeadcount338324261
of which maleHeadcount11011981
of which femaleHeadcount228205180

All data excl. members of the Executive Board of PIERER Mobility AG, incl. temporary workers. In 2019 including Avocodo GmbH and PEXCO GmbH. As of 2020, the employees of PEXCO GmbH are included in the key figures of PIERER E-Bikes GmbH.

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). Number of temporary workers (incl. Foundation Apprentices) as of 31.12.2020: 294, which is 6.4% of the total workforce. Number of employees: in Austria 3,822 (approx. 83%), in Germany 116 (approx. 3%), in Europe 284 (approx. 6%; excl. AT/DE), other continents 364 (approx. 8%).

GRI 205-2: Anti-corruption training

 Unit202020192018
Total number of employees 1)Headcount4,2934,190-
of which manual workers (incl. apprentices)Headcount1,8221,757-
of which white-collar workers (incl. apprentices)Headcount1,8961,989-
of which managersHeadcount575444-
Executive Board and Supervisory BoardHeadcount88-
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Informing employees about anti-corruption (e.g. Code of Conduct)
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Persons informed about anti-corruptionHeadcount2,6690 -
Percentage of people informed about anti-corruptionin per cent62%0%-
By employee category
Number of manual workers (incl. apprentices)Headcount7410-
Proportion of manual workersin per cent41%0%-
Number of white-collar workers (incl. apprentices)Headcount1,4990-
Proportion of white-collar workersin per cent79%0%-
Number of managersHeadcount4210-
Proportion of managersin per cent73%0%-
Executive Board and Supervisory BoardHeadcount80-
Proportion of Executive Board and Supervisory Boardin per cent100%0%-
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Anti-corruption training (e.g. e-learning or face-to-face training sessions)
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Total number of persons with anti-corruption training Headcount49104-
Proportion of persons with anti-corruption training (rounded)in per cent1%2%-
By employee category
Number of manual workers (incl. apprentices)Headcount00-
Proportion of manual workers (rounded)in per cent0%0%-
Number of white-collar workers (incl. apprentices)Headcount90-
Proportion of white-collar workers (rounded)in per cent0.5%0%-
Number of managersHeadcount35104-
Proportion of managers (rounded)in per cent6%23%-
Executive Board and Supervisory Board 2)Headcount50-
Proportion of Executive Board and Supervisory Board (rounded)in per cent63%0%-

1) Representation excluding temporary workers and external employees. Managers include members of the Executive Board (excl. members of the Executive Board of PIERER Mobility AG), managing directors, division managers, subdivision managers, department managers and team managers. Anti-corruption information and anti-corruption training activities for employees will only be systematically recorded and continuously expanded at Group level from 2020 onwards. In 2019, training courses were only held at KTM AG. Therefore, the information is not comparable with the previous year. The Code of Conduct is made available to suppliers and subcontractors upon request.

2) In the reporting year, training for the members of the Executive Board and Supervisory Board also took place as part of the Supervisory Board meeting of KTM AG. Accordingly, all members of the Executive Board and one member of the Supervisory Board of PIERER Mobility AG were trained.

GRI 205-3, 416-2, 418-1: Compliance, Safety riks with products, Data Protection

 Unit202020192018
205-3: Compliance casesNumber000
416-2: Incidents with fine or penalty after recallsNumber000
418-1: Data protection complaintsNumber000

GRI 302-1: Energy and Water Consumption

 Unit202020192018
Gas consumption 1)kWh17,924,47420,063,06818,154,198
Electricity consumption 1)kWh18,927,28720,831,52820,775,364
Water consumption from production 2)m33,3643,6183,993
Fuel test benchesin liters317,246480,474458,133

1) For reasons of materiality, the table only contains values from the corporate and production sites of KTM AG, KTM E-Technologies GmbH and PIERER Mobility AG.

2) Values rounded. Water consumption refers to the sites in Mattighofen and Munderfing.

GRI 302-5: Reduction in energy demand for products

 Unit202020192018
Fleet emissionsØ Emission in g/km78.4479.0981.82
Fleet consumption*Ø Consumption in l/100 km3.403.413.52

* 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: PIERER Mobility Group CO2 footprint

 202020202019201920182018
Greenhouse gas emissions according to greenhouse gas protocol (Scope 1-3):in t CO2-ein per centin t CO2-ein per centin t CO2-ein per cent
Scope 1: Direct greenhouse gas emissions5,678.490.67%6,565.990.83%6,084.240.88%
Emissions from natural gas procurement at PIERER Mobility Group sites 1)3,295.7758%3,688.6057.33%3,339.6554.10%
Emissions from vehicle fleet1,565.4627.57%1,619.3724.66%1,762.3828.97%
Emissions from test benches817.2614.39%1,258.0219.16%982.2116.14%
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Scope 2: Indirect greenhouse gas emissions "location based" 4,924.950.58%5,495.590.70%5,279.790.76%
Emissions from district heat procurement 2)44.710.91%121.062.20%127.502.41%
Emissions from electricity procurement at PIERER Mobility Group sites 1)4,883.2499.09%5,374.5397.80%5,152.2997.59%
Scope 2: Indirect greenhouse gas emissions "market based"2,011.46-----
Emissions from district heat procurement and electricity procurement2,011.46-----
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Scope 3: Indirect greenhouse gas emissions834,556.3798.75%776,723.4998.47681,914.8398.26%
Emissions from commuter traffic with aircraft738.050.09%6,790.990.87%7,881.071.16%
Emissions from commuter traffic with private vehicles
33.010.00%46.750.01%49.130.01%
Emissions from commuter traffic with rental cars61.030.01%125.350.02%417.850.09%
Emissions from commuter traffic with train 3)1.740.00%0.000.00%0.000.00%
Emissions from commuter traffic with cab 3)16.260.00%0.000.00%0.000.00%
Emissions paper 3)1,617.200.19%0.000.00%0.000.00%
Pollutant emissions from vehicles (Emissions) 4)832,089.0999.70%769,760.4099.10%673,566.7898.78
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Total footprint "location based"845,162.82100.00%788,785.07100.00%693,278.86100.00%
Total footprint "market based"842,246.33-----
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Emissions per vehicle sold "location based" 2)202020192018
specific greenhouse gas emissions:
t CO2 -e per vehicle sold (Scope 1-2)0.050.060.06
t CO2 -e per vehicle sold (Scope 1-3)3.683.823.84

The conversion factors of the Austrian Federal Environment Agency and the UK Department for Environment, Food & Regulatory Affairs (DEFRA) 2016, 2018, 2019 & 2020 were used to calculate the CO2 equivalents.

1) Evaluation excluding KTM Innovation GmbH, Avocodo GmbH and PIERER E-Bikes GmbH.

2) In 2018 and 2019, calculation with “location-based” emissions. Emissions from district heat procurement at the KTM Sportcar GmbH site. From 2020, emissions will also be calculated according to “market based”. For a better traceability, the calculation of the emission shares in % in the reporting year was waived 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).

3) New in the evaluation as of 2020.

4) Emissions are calculated on EU homologation data on fuel consumption according to WMTC and taking into account the average annual mileage and average service life. The Enduro Competition models are homologated in a mechanically and electronically throttled condition. Often, however, the motorcycles are used, on their own responsibility of the customer, in unthrottled condition at amateur and professional racing events. This results in significantly higher consumption and greenhouse emissions. For the first time, KTM models sold directly by Bajaj Auto in the reporting year were also considered and the values for the base year 2016, 2018 and 2019 were adjusted.

Motorcycles sold in the B2C (retail) business were used for the calculation of the useful life, as well as X-Bow (excl. e-bikes): number of vehicles used for the calculation 229,536 (previous year: 206,544). 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). In 2020, a total of 270,407 motorcycles were sold (previous year: 280,099).

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: Waste quantity

 Unit202020192018
Total wastekg4,822,6645,192,327-
KTM Components GmbHkg929,6651,189,675-
Metal waste (excluding aluminium waste)kg490,873567,278-
Aluminium wastekg46,53856,192-
Waste for recyclingkg287,580434,013-
Hazardous wastekg46,69466,662-
Other wastekg57,98065,530-
KTM AGkg3,892,9994,002,652-
Metal waste (excluding aluminium waste)kg170,119167,651-
Aluminium wastekg221,017209,620-
Waste for recyclingkg2,838,4002,890,810-
Hazardous wastekg221,133188,681-
Other wastekg442,330545,890-

For reasons of materiality, the table only contains values from the KTM Group’s manufacturing sites in Mattighofen and Munderfing.

Description of waste types // metals: including various metal scrap, 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, railroad sleepers; Other waste: including plasterboard, used tires, industrial waste.

GRI 403-9: Health and Safety

 Unit202020192018
Employees
Accidents at workNumber5610146
Injury ratein Hours12.819.49.1
Serious accidents at work (over 6 months of recovery)Number314-
Injury rate of serious accidentsNumber0.72.7-
Number of work-related deathsNumber0.200
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Temporary workersUnit202020192018
Accidents at workNumber6--
Injury ratein Hours22.6--
Serious accidents at work (over 6 months of recovery)Number0--
Injury rate of serious accidentsNumber0--
Number of work-related deathsNumber0--

In 2019 the method of calculation was adjusted. Values for 2018 include notifiable occupational accidents (including commuting accidents), while values from 2019 onwards include all documented occupational accidents (excluding commuting accidents). Accident figures for employees of external companies are available. Injury rate based on injuries per 1 million working hours. In accordance with GRI standards, the injury rate is calculated on the basis of productive working hours: Number of hours worked in 2020: by employees 4,368,239, by temporary workers 265,463. Productive hours in 2018 (5,074,350) and 2019 (5,209,176) including temporary and leased workers. Starting in 2020, work-related injuries to temporary workers are shown separately. For 2020, no productive hours of KTM E-Technologies GmbH as well as Pierer E-Bikes GmbH could be evaluated from the time recording, the evaluation of these hours is under construction. In the 2020 financial year, there was one work-related death among employees. There were no work-related deaths in 2019 and 2018.

 

GRI 404-1: Training and Further Training

 Unit202020192018
Total number of employees 1)Headcount4,2933,981
of which maleHeadcount3,3103,062
of which femaleHeadcount983919
of which manual workers (incl. apprentices)Headcount1,8151,757
of which white-collar workers (incl. apprentices)Headcount1,8061,815
of which managers 2) Headcount553414
Number of apprenticesHeadcount171158
of which commercial apprenticesHeadcount6154
of which industrial apprenticesHeadcount110104
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Total number of hours of (further) training of employees in Austriain Hours27,22545,86943,139
Average number of hours of (further) trainingin Hours61214
By genderin Hours
Total for male employeesin Hours23,00736,698
Average number per employee/malein Hours71214
Total for female employeesin Hours6,2699,171
Average number per employee/femalein Hours61012
By employee categoryin Hours
Total for manual workers (incl. apprentices)in Hours3,85612,619
Average number for manual workersin Hours275
Total for white-collar workers (incl. apprentices)in Hours14,03423,051
Average number for white-collar workersin Hours81323
Total for managersin Hours11,38610,199
Average number for managersin Hours21258

1) Representation excluding temporary workers and external employees as well as excl. subsidiaries of Pierer E-Bikes GmbH. Number of apprentices incl. foundation apprentices.

2) Definition of managers changed in 2019, therefore not comparable with previous year. Managers include managing directors, division heads and subdivision heads; since 2019 also department heads and team leaders are included. The members of the Executive Board of KTM AG were not included in this representation.

GRI 405-1: Diversity

 Unit202020192018
Total employeesHeadcount4,5864,3684,303
Managers 1)in per cent13%10%1%
of which malein per cent85%86%89%
of which femalein per cent15%14%11%
of which < 30 yearsin per cent6%8%0%
of which 30-50 yearsin per cent75%75%78%
of which > 50 yearsin per cent19%17%22%
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White-collar workersin per cent41%46%54%
of which malein per cent70%72%73%
of which femalein per cent30%28%27%
of which < 30 yearsin per cent36%36%32%
of which 30-50 yearsin per cent55%55%57%
of which > 50 yearsin per cent9%9%12%
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Manual workersin per cent40%40%39%
of which malein per cent82%81%81%
of which femalein per cent18%19%19%
of which < 30 yearsin per cent28%29%30%
of which 30-50 yearsin per cent53%54%53%
of which > 50 yearsin per cent19%18%17%
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Temporary workersin per cent6%4%6%
of which malein per cent85%87%90%
of which femalein per cent15%13%10%
of which < 30 yearsin per cent46%49%66%
of which 30-50 yearsin per cent50%46%31%
of which > 50 yearsin per cent4%4%3%

All figures rounded. Representation excl. members of the Executive Board of PIERER Mobility AG, incl. temporary workers. In 2019 including employees of Avocodo GmbH and PEXCO GmbH. As of 2020, the employees of PEXCO GmbH are included in the key figures of PIERER E-Bikes GmbH.

1) Changed definition of managers, therefore 2020, 2019 and 2018 not comparable. 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. 2018: managers in Austria only, 2019: Managers in Europe, 2020: Managers globally.

GRI 405-1: Executive Board and Supervisory Board

 Unit202020192018
Executive BoardHeadcount444
of which malein per cent100%100%100%
of which 30-50 yearsin per cent25%25%0%
of which > 50 yearsin per cent75%75%100%
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Supervisory BoardHeadcount444
of which malein per cent100%100%100%
of which > 50 yearsin per cent100%100%100%

There were no changes to the Executive Board and Supervisory Board in the reporting year.