Financial position and key figures
In 2019, acquisitions under Hansel’s joint procurement agreements totalled €900 million (€895 million in 2018). Compared to the previous year, this represented growth of €4 million, or 0.5%. Measured in euros, growth was strongest in the expert services and travel and meeting services categories. The categories that declined most compared to the previous year were furniture and office services.
The company’s net sales in 2019 totalled €11.1 million (€10.9 million in 2018). The net sales consisted of service fees for joint procurement, totalling €8.7 million (€8.9 million in 2018), sales of expert services, totalling €2.1 million (€1.7) and other service fees and revenue, totalling €420,000 (€336,000). The loss for the 2019 accounting period was €770,000 (loss of €672,000 in 2018). The losses were planned and mostly related to decreased service fees, which the customers experience as decreased prices. The company was profitable in 2006–2017. In accordance with its articles of association, Hansel is a non-profit limited liability company. The financial position of the company is good.