Key Economic Figures

The key figures concerning deliveries and production relate to the Porsche Group (including subsidiaries). The key figures concerning suppliers relate to Porsche AG.

  • 1) Based on creditor’s invoice address.
  • 1) Local suppliers are all suppliers domiciled in the EU. Main sites in this respect are Zuffenhausen and Leipzig.
  • 1) Affects investments in intangible assets and property, plant and equipment.

Statement of Value added

Key figures for environment and energy

The key figures shown below concerning environment and energy relate to Porsche AG and Porsche Leipzig GmbH. In some cases, a distinction is made between production sites (Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen and Leipzig incl. administration) and other sites (Weissach and Ludwigsburg).

  • 1) Local suppliers are all suppliers domiciled in the EU. Main sites in this respect are Zuffenhausen and Leipzig.
  • 1) Total incl. district heating power station and fuel (see below).
  • 2) Purchase of cooling medium and operation of emergency generators.
  • 3) Only fuel for engine test stands.
  • 1) Electricity consists of 41.9% coal, 7.8% nuclear, 1.8% natural gas, 0.7% other fossil fuels, 37.7% renewable energy (funded under the Renewable Energy Sources Act) and 10.1% of other renewable energies.
  • 2) The value for the years 2015, 2016 and 2017 has already been added to the value for electrical energy.
  • 1) Production sites only.
  • 2) Indirect energy consumption total (Porsche AG and Porsche Leipzig GmbH) in relation to the number of employees.
  • 1) The key figures published for 2016 have been partially corrected.
  • 2) The calculation method was further developed for 2017 and the published key figures for the years 2015 and 2016 were adjusted according to the method.
  • 3) In principle, emissions only occur in local traffic, since 100% green electricity is used in long-distance transport. The reported value refers only to Porsche AG.
  • 4) The NOx emissions shown here refer exclusively to production processes, not to the Porsche vehicles.
  • 5) There were no emissions during the reporting period from substances included in Annexes A, B, C and E to the Montreal Ozone Depleting Protocol.
  • 1) Production sites only.
  • 2) Total greenhouse gas emissions (Porsche AG and Porsche Leipzig GmbH) in relation to the number of employees.
  • 1) The key figures published for 2015 and 2016 have been partially corrected.
  • 1) Production sites only.
  • 1) The key figures published for 2016 have been partially corrected.
  • 2) For the year 2017, only details for the site in Ludwigsburg.
  • 1) Production sites only.
  • 1) Includes investment at sites Zuffenhausen and Weissach.
Key figures for personnel and social matters

Unless specified otherwise, the key figures shown below concerning personnel and social matters relate in principle to Porsche AG and Porsche Leipzig GmbH.

  • 1) Since 2017, consideration has been given to the entire Porsche AG Group.
  • 2) The stated number of employees corresponds to reporting by region (Porsche AG = Baden-Württemberg, Porsche Leipzig GmbH = Saxony)
  • 1) Since 2017, consideration has been given to the entire Porsche AG Group.
  • 1) Due to the equal pay and attractive general conditions, the number of leased and temporary employees is not reported separately.
  • 2) Since 2017, consideration has been given to the entire Porsche AG Group.
  • 3) Full-time employees: full-time employees are all workers with a contractual weekly working time of at least 35 hours. In the case of production employees who fall under the shorter working hours under the "labor market agreement of the future", the shorter working hours agreed there are considered to be decisive for full-time employment. There are no seasonal fluctuations in the number of employees.
  • 1) Since 2017, consideration has been given to the entire Porsche AG Group.
  • 1) Since 2017, consideration has been given to the entire Porsche AG Group.
  • 1) We do not report on minorities, as a survey may not be conducted for privacy reasons.
  • 1) Employee turnover is not reported by age group, gender and region, as these figures are not material to us as they are not relevant to our management. The ratio is also without a fixed-term employmente, Renteneintritte und Altersteilzeit ermittelt.
  • 2) Since 2017, consideration has been given to the entire Porsche AG Group.
  • 1) Since 2017, consideration has been given to the entire Porsche AG Group.
  • 1) Since 2017, consideration has been given to the entire Porsche AG Group.
  • 2) The total number of employees eligible for parental leave can not be determined because employees are not required to report birth. The year of assignment is the year of parental leave.
  • 3) Due to longer parental leave or late start in the respective reporting year, not all employees have returned at the time of the data collection. The return and retention rate to the workplace can not be determined on an annualized basis, as those returning in a year did not necessarily start their parental leave in this calendar year.
  • 1) Employees from temporary employment and external companies as well as independent contractors can not be reported.
  • 2) Minor injuries (so-called minor accidents) are not included in the report. Accidents without days off (calendar days) are regarded as minor accidents.
  • 3) Working days (ie Mo-Fr) are counted as lost days, the accident day is not included (> = 1 calendar day outage).
  • 1) Injury rate = accident frequency index: indicates how often accidents at the workplace occurred in relation to the sum of all hours worked. The underlying calculation formula is the number of occupational accidents x 1 million hours / hours worked.