Trigano reports sales growth for first half of its financial year

French camping and leisure vehicle group Trigano has reported sales of €1.5billion in the first half of its financial year, which is more than 9 per cent up compared to the same period in 2021. The company released the financial data for its second quarter and subsequently first half-year this week. The breakdown of those figures saw the company’s leisure vehicle sales up 8.4 per cent, while its leisure equipment sales was up an impressive 19.9 per cent. Its financial year runs from September to September.

Against a backdrop of increasing demand but also supply difficulties in wheelbases, Trigano’s motorhome sales remained stable in the second quarter at +0.5 per cent. Meanwhile, its caravan sales grew by 35.6 per cent benefitting from an increase in average selling price. Trigano also reported that sales for its leisure vehicle accessories enjoyed a significant boost, growing by 41.5 per cent – it cited gaining new customers in territories such as the Netherlands, Germany and Italy for this.

Trigano’s trailer business continued to grow (+34.5%), in an environment strongly impacted by increases in the sale price of products linked to the rise in raw materials.

Trigano’s presence in camping equipment (+26.9%) and garden equipment (+17.2%) both grew, but these markets are in their low season during the first half of the company’s financial year so these figures cannot be reliably used to predict overall outcomes for the year.

To see the full financial report from Trigano, click here.