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New tools for the “Compact Generation”: Powerful angle grinders from Bosch DIY tools with a high level of user protection

  • Three powerful tools with 1000 and 1300 watts
  • Comprehensive features for a high level of user convenience and safety
  • Long lifetime thanks to dust protection system with labyrinth
Bosch is expanding its “Compact Generation” – a series of exceptionally handy and compact tools – to offer do-it-yourselfers three new angle grinders: the PWS 1000-125, the PWS 1000-125 CE and the PWS 1300-125 CE. These angle grinders belong to the “Expert” class and improve on their predecessors by providing longer lifetime, a higher level of user protection and optimized handling. They have powerful 1000 and 1300 watt motors, up to 40 percent less vibration and an even more compact design than the previous “Expert” models. This makes them the most user-friendly angle grinders in their class.

Tool features for a high level of user convenience and safety
All three models are equipped with an anti-vibration handle and an anti-rotation, tool-free adjustable protective guard. The PWS 1000-125 CE and PWS 1300-125 CE models additionally have Constant Electronic, CE for short, which ensures that the tools deliver full power even under load. They also have a continuously variable speed for material-specific working of different building components and metals, and they possess comprehensive safety features: they start without jolting (soft start), are protected against unwanted starting after a power failure (restart protection), and switch themselves off automatically if the disc jams (kick-back and overload protection). They therefore offer do-it-yourselfers a high level of user protection.

The right tool for every application
Bosch offers do-it-yourselfers the right tool for every application: the PWS 1000-125 with 1000 watts is, for example, suitable for quick and easy cutting of sheet steel, while the PWS 1000-125 CE is also designed for tougher grinding jobs or for cutting thicker metal profiles thanks to its Constant Electronic. The PWS 1300-125 CE with 1300 watts is the most powerful of the tools and additionally has an extended handle with a smaller diameter. This enables do-it-yourselfers to grind and remove rust from larger surfaces very comfortably and efficiently.

Long lifetime thanks to dust protection system with labyrinth
The “Dust Protection System” reliably protects the motor bearings of the angle grinders against dirt. This is thanks to optimized airflow and an integrated dust labyrinth which prevents dust particles from reaching the ball bearing inside the tool and damaging it.

The PWS 1000-125, PWS 1000-125 CE and PWS 1300-125 CE angle grinders are available at retail outlets at the recommended retail prices of 99.99 euros, 129.99 euros and 149.99 euros including VAT. All models are supplied in a robust tool case. Accessories such as cutting and grinding discs are available in the Bosch accessory range.

 PWS 1000-125
 (replaces PWS
 9-125 CE)
 PWS 1000-125 CE
 (replaces PWS
 10-125 CE)
 PWS 1300-125 CE
 (replaces PWS
 13-125 CE)
 Power 1000 W 1000 W 1300 W
 No-load speed 11,000 rpm 2,800 – 11,500 rpm 2,800 – 11,500 rpm
 Disc diameter 125 mm 125 mm 125 mm
 205 mm 205 mm 150 mm
 Weight 2.2 kg 2.1 kg 2.4 kg

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Steady development in 2013 Bosch Power Tools successfully defends market leadership and sets course for further growth Great success with innovative products

  • Sales increase of three percent in local currency
  • Focusing on strategic growth segments pays off
  • More than 100 new products planned for 2014
Leinfelden – The Bosch Power Tools Division held its ground in 2013 and, as in the previous year, achieved worldwide sales of 4.0 billion euros. Sales grew by three percent in local currency. At the same time, the market also grew by three percent to an overall volume of 25.4 billion euros. “Even though our growth was severely affected by currency fluctuations in important regions in 2013, from a worldwide perspective we are still number one in the power tools, accessories, and measuring tools business segments, while for garden tools we place second”, said division president Henning von Boxberg at the annual press conference in Leinfelden. In 2014, the division strives to grow further by continuing to focus on strategic growth areas such as cordless technology, measuring tools, and accessories, and by continuing to concentrate on emerging markets. In recent years, this strategy has enabled the division to consistently win share in developing markets, thus setting the course for continuous growth. The size of the workforce remained constant worldwide at about 19,000 associates in 37 locations.

Proven Bosch quality for emerging markets
Bosch Power Tools achieved strong growth in local currency above all in Latin America, with sales up by twelve percent in the past year. In its home and largest market, Europe, the division generated a sales increase of four percent over previous year. This was driven primarily by increasing demand in Russia where Bosch Power Tools grew at 14 percent – twice as fast as the market. “Launching products which are tailored to the needs of users in emerging markets and taking into consideration the purchasing power in these markets has enabled us to succeed in winning market share”, emphasized von Boxberg. In contrast to the Eastern, emerging markets, the Western European market was unable to register any growth in 2013. The important submarket for portable electric power tools and benchtop tools even declined by one percent, mainly due to unfavorable development in Southern Europe where the effects of the financial crisis were especially noticeable – particularly in Spain and Italy. However, Bosch Power Tools expects these markets to recover slightly this year. In Asia, sales performed well with an increase of five percent despite the economic slowdown in China. Double-digit growth rates were achieved in various countries including India, Indonesia, Vietnam, and the Philippines. Bosch achieved this success thanks to market-driven products which are very much geared towards the needs of local professional users. Sales declined by three percent in North America. This decline was due to adverse weather conditions and the conscious decision by Bosch Power Tools to favor its own profitability over giving in to prevailing pricing pressure. All other regions developed positively. All in all, Bosch Power Tools generated about 90 percent of its sales outside of Germany.

Success due to innovative products
Innovative products are one of the guarantors for success at Bosch Power Tools. The cordless segment continues to be an important core segment. Whereas one in three tools was cordless in 2007, 43 percent of all power tools worldwide, now have a battery. Lithium-ion technology is still on the increase, though 83 percent of all cordless tools in Europe are already equipped with it. Bosch managed to strengthen its market leadership in the cordless segment again in 2013. This success is especially attributable to systems of tools which use the same interchangeable battery. These systems save users from having to purchase multiple batteries as multiple tools can be operated with a single battery. Bosch will again expand this range of system tools in 2014.

Global market leadership was further strengthened in the measuring tools segment in 2013. While the market grew by eight percent, Bosch grew by 13 percent – considerably faster than the market. This success can be largely attributed to the easy use of Bosch measuring tools, an important selling point both for do-it-yourselfers and professional tradespeople alike. Launched in the autumn of 2013, the PLR 15 laser rangefinder is as small as a marker pen. With its self-explanatory, single-button operation, it for the first time makes laser technology easily accessible to people who have little experience using measuring tools. Following on the success of the PLR 15, Bosch will launch the GLM 30 Professional onto the market in 2014. The GLM 30 is the “DIY” PLR 15's professional counterpart, with a longer range adapted for professional users. A new tool for do-it-yourselfers is the PLL 2. It is the first cross line laser that can project lines at any required angle – making it especially easy to level and align objects, and providing new creative possibilities.

Although rarely a user focus, the right power tool accessories are intrinsically important for efficient work. Bosch grew in its accessories product area by five percent in 2013, which was nearly twice as fast as the market's three percent growth, thereby strengthening the market leadership in this heavily competitive segment. A range of innovative developments have been introduced to Bosch accessories to optimize the efficiency of the user's work. New products such as extra-long, plunge-cutting saw blades for removing windows with professional multi-cutters, and especially powerful saber saw blades with carbide technology will continue this development in 2014.

Bosch Power Tools will launch more than 100 new products onto the market in Germany over the course of 2014. This innovative strength is an important basis for the success of the division, as is evidenced by the fact that some 35 percent of sales in 2013 were generated with products that had been launched onto the market less than two years beforehand.
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Bosch innovation creates markets Henning von Boxberg
President of the Power Tools Division
of Robert Bosch GmbH
on the occasion of the press conference
in Leinfelden on March 19, 2014

Ladies and Gentlemen,
The Bosch Power Tools Division generated sales of 4.0 billion euros in 2013, a result on the same level as the preceding year. Our sales development was negatively impacted by unfavorable currency effects, especially due to the weakening of exchange positions with Brazil, Turkey, South Africa, and India. After adjusting for currency effects, sales grew by three percent.

We are still a model of great innovative strength. A total of 35 percent of our sales in 2013 was generated with products that were launched onto the market within the last two years. The size of our worldwide workforce remained constant at about 19 000 associates in 37 locations.

Sales development differed regionally. We achieved growth of four percent in Europe and five percent in Asia/Pacific, but sales in North America declined by three percent. This decline was due to adverse weather conditions and a conscious decision to favor profitability over giving in to prevailing pricing pressure. In the emerging Latin American market, however, we grew by twelve percent. In the power tools, accessories, and measuring tools business segments, we are the world market leader in value, while for garden tools we place second.

Worldwide market growth of three percent
Adjusted for currency effects, our market grew worldwide by three percent overall to a total 25.4 billion euros in 2013. The larger power tools and accessories markets both registered three percent growth. The measuring tools market grew at a much stronger rate of eight percent over previous year, while the market for electric garden tools, on the other hand, shrank by one percent.

The highly important worldwide submarket for portable electric power tools and benchtop tools grew by four percent in volume to 220 million pieces and by three percent in value to 11.6 billion euros. This submarket grew in all regions except for Europe where it shrank by one percent, mainly due to declining development in Southern Europe where the effects of the financial crisis were noticeable in individual countries, especially Spain and Portugal. The regions North America, Asia/Pacific and Middle East/Africa each managed to grow by five percent. Latin America achieved a double-digit growth rate of ten percent.

The cordless strategic growth segment
The share of cordless power tools in the market is continually increasing, and we continue to strengthen our leading position by focusing on this strategic growth segment. Whereas one in three tools was cordless in 2007, nearly half of them now have a battery. Lithium-ion technology is still on the increase. Of all cordless tools in Europe, 83 percent are already equipped with it. This figure was still 52 percent in 2009. In 2013 we further strengthened our market leading share in the European cordless segment from a 2012 base of 32 percent.

Users trust Bosch products. We have been a technology leader for lithium-ion tools since launching the Ixo in 2003. With this cordless screwdriver, we were the first manufacturer to launch a power tool with lithium-ion technology onto the market. Numerous other cordless products from Bosch were the first in their respective categories to use the innovative lithium-ion technology. Examples of these are the Rotak LI cordless lawnmower, the Uneo “all-in-one” cordless power tool, the Ciso pruning shears, the AHS 54-20 LI hedgecutter, the PSR Select cordless screwdriver with integrated bit cylinder, and the Indego robotic mower with navigation system for systematic mowing in parallel lines.

Our unending enhancement of cordless technology drives us to apply our innovative strength to solve the problems of our users, including both tradespeople and do-it-yourselfers alike. For example, tradespeople can use our powerful and compact cordless tools to work freely without an annoying cord and without having to constantly recharge their battery. With our “Power4All” cordless system, do-it-yourselfers no longer have to buy and store a battery and a charger for each of their tools. One battery and one charger are enough for all power tools within a given voltage class.

Success with easy-to-use measuring tools
We have also further strengthened our market leadership in measuring tools. While the market grew by eight percent, Bosch grew by 13 percent – considerably faster than the market. As a result, in 2013 we further increased our market share from a 2012 basis of 21 percent. We offer professional tradespeople simple solutions for complex processes. For example, the GLM 100 C Professional laser rangefinder enables a tradesperson to easily measure without the assistance of another tradesman, and to save the results to a marked photo on his or her smartphone. Its exceptionally easy handling also makes this tool attractive to first-time users of this technology.

We have also been able to win over many new DIY users with our handy, easy-to-operate measuring tools. Our PLR 15 laser rangefinder, for example, has for the first time made laser technology accessible to people who have little experience with using measuring tools thanks to its self-explanatory, single-button operation.

Strong growth with accessories
The accessories market is also an area of particular strategic focus for us. Whereas this market grew worldwide by three percent in 2013, Bosch achieved a growth of almost double that rate, growing by five percent. Our market share has continually increased in recent years and we further strengthened our 2012 market leading twelve percent share (in value) in 2013.

In the accessories market we continue to focus on differentiation, innovation, and presentation. Through our portfolio of strong brands, we are able to offer tailor-made solutions for do-it-yourselfers, tradespeople, and industry. We use our innovative strength in the accessories segment to increase application effectiveness and therefore also the efficiency of the user's work. With clearly arranged, self-explanatory, and attractive product presentations we make it easier for the user to find the right accessory for the task at hand, and we help retailers to increase sales.

Success in emerging markets
We are also dedicated to further developing our sales and the state of the industry in emerging markets such as China, India, Brazil or Russia. In the area of portable electric power tools and benchtop tools, these markets grew in total by seven percent in 2013. Our sales, however, grew by eleven percent, well ahead of the market and therefore indicating a further increase over our 2012 market share of 27 percent. In Russia we even managed to grow twice as fast as the market to achieve a sales increase of 14 percent, therefore successfully further increasing upon our 2012 market share of 20 percent.

Launching products which are tailored to the needs of users in emerging markets and taking into consideration the purchasing power in these markets has enabled us to succeed in winning market share. For example, we offer a cordless drill/driver for professional users in Russia, which has a narrower range of features than the tools offered in industrialized markets, but is robust and reliable to work with. Its charging time is longer, its torque lower, the chuck is smaller and it does not have convenience features such as an LED light or a belt clip. However, because of these feature adaptations it costs less than half that of a comparable cordless drill/driver which we sell in markets with higher purchasing power and “feature focus”. In Russia, we currently offer a total of ten such products which are tailored to the needs of users in emerging markets – including rotary hammers, angle grinders, an impact drill, a hand-held circular saw, a jigsaw, and a dust extractor.

We will again launch more than 100 new products onto the German market in 2014. These launches will come across the power tools, accessories, measuring tools, and garden tools segments, and will once again create new markets and amaze users. Our goal is to strengthen our leading position by again growing faster than the market and wining additional share in what will surely be a tough, competitive environment. We will do so by relying on systematic analysis of user needs, the innovative strength of our associates, and our customer's trust in our strong brands.
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Easy do-it-yourself with Bosch Henning von Boxberg
President of the Power Tools Division
of Robert Bosch GmbH
on the occasion of the press conference
in Leinfelden on March 19, 2014

Ladies and Gentlemen,
Bosch continues to be successful in the European market for DIY tools. Whilst the market stagnated, we registered disproportionately high growth of five percent and managed to further increase our market share of 38 percent1 with power tools from the Bosch and Skil brands in 2013. Our products are penetrating the market: 16 of the 20 best-selling power tools in European homecenters are from Bosch.

Understanding do-it-yourselfers – supporting do-it-yourselfers
This success is based on our great innovative strength and our aim of knowing and meeting the needs of do-it-yourselfers. We very closely follow what it is that do-it-yourselfers want, and develop products to meet these wants. Doing things yourself so that you can be proud of your own achievement, expressing yourself creatively, finding information and service offers that suit you on the internet – these are trends that move do-it-yourselfers. We offer them matching solutions for this.

Easy wall preparation with the PWR 180 CE
A classical time-consuming and annoying DIY job is removing old wallpaper – painstaking and dirty manual work which many people do themselves instead of hiring a professional. Normally the walls are perforated numerous times with a spike roller and then soaked before the wallpaper can be pulled off bit by bit using a scraper. Bosch's solution is the PWR 180 CE, a universal system for wall preparation. This tool reliably removes wallpaper, plaster and paint residues from surfaces. It works with a rotating disc and application-specific interchangeable accessories. These include a perforator which replaces the spike roller, a sanding plate which can be used to remove substances such as plaster, and various brushes for cleaning or bringing out textures. The PWR 180 CE therefore covers a wide range of applications. Moreover, it is clean to work with: the dust produced is extracted by means of an integrated high-performance turbine and fed directly into the connected dust box. It has a three liters capacity and features a high-quality membrane filter which efficiently absorbs fine dust such as concrete and plaster dust. Another advantage is the Constant Electronic which ensures a continuously high material removal rate even under load. This is a quicker, more thorough and cleaner way to prepare walls than by hand.

Easily apply paint with Bosch paint spray systems
When the surface is finished, it is time to apply the paint. Until now, do-it-yourselfers had to think carefully before painting about which different tools they will need to apply wall paints, lacquers and glazes. The Bosch PFS 3000-2 and PFS 5000 E paint spray systems now put an end to this because they are the first spray systems that can apply the different types of paint with the same gun. The right nozzle and the corresponding paint mode are easy to select and set due to easy-to-understand symbols and color coding on the tool. These tools make it easier to quickly and consistently apply paint – even on structured surfaces such as brickwork or garden fences, therefore saving time and materials compared to applying paint with a paintbrush and roller – with easy cleaning and no major loss of paint. The PFS 3000-2 offers a 650 watt motor with two-stage adjustment for wood and wall paints. Typical applications include spraying walls or structured surfaces such as brickwork and lacquering or glazing larger pieces of furniture and garden fences. The more powerful PFS 5000 E has 1 200 watts of power and is suitable, for example in a renovation project, to paint entire apartments or houses including the exterior – from different walls, to wooden floors, through to garages covered with tongue-and-groove panels. We are therefore offering two solutions that make paint application easy.

Easy sanding with Bosch multi-sanders
Sanding surfaces, sanding tight spaces, and removing a lot of material – anyone who wants to do these jobs with one single tool rather than multiple tools can use a multi-sander. We are now adding two compact corded tools to our successful multi-sander series: the PSM 100 A for occasional sanding work and the PSM 200 AES which offers even more flexibility and convenience as a result of new product features. It is supplied with an additional rectangular sanding plate which is 18 x 9 centimeters in size. With the sanding surface that is approximately 60 percent larger, surfaces can be sanded even more quickly and efficiently than with the previous sanding plate. This is particularly easy thanks to the new two-handed grip: whilst one hand rests comfortably on the front at the tool's head, the other hand pushes the PSM 200 AES effortlessly over the surface. Other sanding accessories can be used, such as a louver sanding attachment or a so-called sanding finger with which you can easily get between the spars of the backs of chairs, for example. Six different speeds can be set to adapt the tool to different materials and applications. The supplied microfilter box ensures low dust levels when working. Alternatively, do-it-yourselfers can also connect an external dust extraction system to the dust extraction outlet. This makes it quick and easy to complete sanding jobs.

Easy sanding with the PSM Primo
Anyone who has previously not felt confident of being able to work with a multi-sander or has sanded smaller objects by hand can use the PSM Primo in future – it is a handy tool which enables good sanding results to be achieved quickly and easily even without having to have any particular prior knowledge. This tool combines three features that have already made trendsetters of products such as the Ixo cordless screwdriver and the Glue Pen: a good ratio of power to weight coupled with a modern design and a slim, compact shape. The PSM Primo is the smallest and lightest multi-sander on the market: it is only 18 centimeters long, has 50 watts of power but weighs only 600 grams, and is comfortable to hold and control with one hand thanks to its rubber coating and the recesses in the side of its handle. Unlike conventional multi-sanders, its iron-shaped sanding plate has an especially long, flat tip. As a result, the PSM Primo comfortably gets into all the corners and edges even of small objects. Whether you want to finally sand that side table from the flea market, spruce up those chairs from grandma for the shared apartment, or convert wine crates into a coffee table – the PSM Primo masters the required sanding applications and many more with ease.

Easily be flexible with the Ixo Collection
We also offer do-it-yourselfers an incredibly easy-to-use tool with our Ixo cordless screwdriver. This tool is by no means a classical power tool anymore, rather it can be used with different adapters to perform tasks such as driving screws around corners, opening wine bottles, seasoning food, and lighting charcoal. All of the adapters – not only the previous special editions “Vino”, “Spice” and “Barbecue”, but also the tried-and-tested DIY adapters angle screw adapter, offset angle adapter and torque setting adapter – will in future be permanently included in the range as the Ixo Collection and will also be available individually. A new addition to the range is a universal cutting adapter called the “Cutter”. It effortlessly cuts different materials such as decorative fabrics, cardboard and carpet up to six millimeters thick. Its blade is self-sharpening, eliminating the need for blade changes. The universal cutting adapter is ready to use in only three steps: remove the black cap on the Ixo, click on the adapter and press the red switch – the “Cutter” is then ready to cut.

Easily staple more with the PTK 3,6 LI Office Set
We are also offering users greater flexibility in future when it comes to stapling. There were previously two tacker categories: office staplers for stapling paper and hand tackers for hobby and household. Both were limited to their respective application range. We are now offering a cordless tacker that can do both with the help of two new accessories: the PTK 3,6 LI in the new Office Set. This tool performs classical jobs such as upholstering furniture or fitting decorations just as easily as stapling paper up to 60 pages and brochures up to 30 pages. This makes the PTK 3,6 LI the most versatile cordless tacker on the market. This cordless tool is small, handy and can be comfortably taken anywhere with you. Its integrated lithium-ion battery has hardly any self-discharge. This versatile tool is therefore always ready for easy stapling and tacking in the office, hobby and household.

Easy aligning of objects with the PLL 2
More complex tasks such as hanging up pictures, light fixtures and shelves present do-it-yourselfers with multiple challenges at once because the objects have to be correctly positioned and then precisely aligned. With the PLL 2 cross line laser Bosch offers a solution to replace classical equipment such as the meter stick and spirit level. This instrument is easy to operate and is the first cross line laser on the market that can project lines at any desired angle. This is made possible by the incline function with digital angle display. If you set the incline function on the tool and tilt the PLL 2 parallel to the wall, the selected angle from 0 to 90 degrees is shown on the illuminated display at all times. On the basis of the projected lines, it is then possible to align, for example, objects along a roof slope or wallpaper with geometric patterns, tiles or areas of color at any desired angle. Alongside the incline function, the PLL 2 offers an automatic leveling function required for precise horizontal or vertical alignment and can also be used as a digital spirit level – for example to check whether a stove, washing machine or worktop is level. The combination of these three functions makes the instrument exceptionally versatile and also makes precise alignment and positioning easy.

Easily perform filigree work with the Dremel Micro
Many do-it-yourselfers still use hand tools such as chisels and files to perform detailed work. It is however not always possible to get into tight spaces with these large tools, and working by hand requires skill and strength. The Dremel Micro provides a remedy for this. It is the handiest multitool from Dremel, weighs only 250 grams, is only 20 centimeters long and has an especially slim grip with softgrip coating. You can therefore wrap one hand around the Dremel Micro comfortably and guide it in a controlled manner at all times. As a result, filigree work such as routing smaller shapes is made just as effortless as work in hard-to-reach areas, for example to make recesses in cabinets and drawers. The Micro is also the first multitool from Dremel to be equipped with a ring-shaped LED light. The workpiece is therefore always well lit even in poor lighting conditions. This makes work easier especially when performing tricky tasks. The speed is adjusted in five stages from 5 000 to 25 000 revolutions per minute simply using two buttons on the top of the tool, which enables it to be adapted to each application. A five-stage LED scale makes it quick and easy to see which speed is currently set. This makes the Dremel Micro exceptionally user-friendly.

Easy sanding with the Fox 6-in-1 multi-sander from Skil
We successfully cater to the needs of the pragmatic do-it-yourselfer with the Skil brand. We do so by providing powerful and easy-to-operate tools. This also applies to sanding. Do-it-yourselfers would ideally like to complete all sanding jobs with the same tool. The Fox 3-in-1 multi-sander met this demand almost entirely when it was launched last year. Now Skil is launching another Fox model onto the market: the Fox 6-in-1 multi-sander. As with its tried-and-tested namesake, this tool is a random orbit sander, orbital sander and delta sander in one and additionally offers three new attachments: a louver sanding attachment, a so-called sanding finger and a special flexible attachment for machine-sanding curved surfaces. This makes the 6-in-1 Fox the most versatile sander from Skil. Equipped with a 250 watt motor, it offers high performance for fast work progress. Two speeds can be set: the lower speed is used for applications on small surfaces that require careful control during material removal, whereas the higher speed is used for working on large surfaces. The Fox is therefore easy to operate, even for do-it-yourselfers who have little experience of using sanders.

Personal customer communication with “MyBosch”
After products with which they can master their personal challenges, the second major building block for satisfying customers is service. Customers want service offers that suit them. Online they ideally want to be able to access services via a single platform instead of having to go from homepage to homepage. Caused by social media channels, personal customer communication is also growing in importance: the customer wants to be perceived as an individual and no longer an anonymous entity. This is what our “My Bosch” concept has been designed for. We want to use this new communication platform to encourage users to get into contact with us even more intensively than before and to use individually tailored information, advice and services.

All of these new products are consistently geared towards the needs and wants of users. They go by the slogan “Easily do-it-yourself with Bosch”, which we want to live up to again in 2014 to amaze and win over customers. Focusing on this is the basis for further strengthening our leading position and winning additional market shares.
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