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Strong Growth in the first nine months FY 2022 and adjusted Outlook for FY 2022

26 October 2022

KUKA Aktiengesellschaft
Zugspitzstrasse 140, 86165 Augsburg

- ISIN DE0006204407 -

Admitted on the following German stock exchanges:
Frankfurt am Main and Munich

Market Segment: Prime Standard

Publication of insider information in accordance with Article 17 MAR


KUKA Aktiengesellschaft will publish its quarterly statement Q3/2022 on October 27, 2022. The KUKA Group financial figures will show a strong growth in the first nine months of Fiscal Year 2022. In detail, Order Intake will be at EUR 3,686m (increase of 36.7% compared to 9M/2021), Sales Revenues will be at EUR 2.769m (increase of 17.4% compared to 9M/2021) and EBIT margin will be at 2.9% (EBIT margin 9M/2921: 1.9%). The Free Cashflow will be negative at EUR - 128.6 m.

Based on this development, KUKA Aktiengesellschaft adjusts its current outlook for the full Fiscal Year 2022 as follows: Order Intake above EUR 3,900m (more than 10% above previous year’s figure) and Sales Revenues above EUR 3,600m (more than 10% above previous year’s figure). The outlook relating to the EBIT margin (around 3,0% according to Q3/2022) and the Earnings after Taxes is confirmed. The Free Cashflow will be below the initial guidance and may likely to be negative in a lower double-digit million number. This Free Cashflow development mainly results from higher inventories related to supply chain constraints.

Augsburg, 26 October 2022

KUKA Aktiengesellschaft
The Management Board

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