Financial position and key figures
In 2021, acquisitions under Hansel’s joint procurement agreements totalled €1,052 million (€916 million in 2020). Joint procurements returned to a growth path, although Covid-19 continues to have a negative impact on some of the categories such as travel and meeting services.
The company’s net sales in 2021 totalled €12.3 million (€11.5 million in 2020). The net sales consisted of service fees for joint procurement totalling €9.2 million (€8.7 million in 2020), sales of expert services totalling €2.6 million (€2.4 million in 2020), and other service fees and revenue totalling €489,000 (€365,000 in 2020).
The loss for the 2021 accounting period was €1,252,000 (loss of €1,723,000 in 2020). The loss was planned and mostly a result of the costs of the reorganisation of the company and its ownership resulting from the merger on 2 September 2019, but significant profit will be accrued with a delay. The agreements tendered by Hansel before the merger could not be opened for new customers. The financial items of 2021 contain financial income from the change of the investment strategy, €293,000 in total.
In 2006–2017, Hansel made a profit. In accordance with its articles of association, Hansel is a non-profit limited liability company. The financial position of the company is good.