The first information on the financial year 2021
Order Intake of CHF 2 225.7 Million in Financial Year 2021
• Order intake of CHF 551.8 million in fourth-quarter 2021
• Sales of CHF 969.2 million in the financial year 2021
• Implementation of the acquisition of the three Saurer businesses on schedule
• EBIT margin of 4.5% to 5% of sales expected in the financial year 2021 Due to the continuing high demand for new installations, components, and services, Rieter posted an order intake of CHF 551.8 million in the fourth quarter of 2021. As a result, Rieter achieved a total order intake of CHF 2 225.7 million in the 2021 financial year (2020: CHF 640.2 million). The exceptionally high order intake is broadly supported at the global level. As reported previously, this is based on a catch-up effect from the two prior years and a regional shift in demand. Rieter believes that a major reason for this shift in demand is the development of costs in China. The orders came primarily from Turkey, India, Latin America, Uzbekistan, China, and Pakistan. At the end of 2021, the company had an order backlog of around CHF 1 840 million (December 31, 2020: around CHF 560 million). Despite bottlenecks in material supplies and freight capacities, sales performance up to the end of the year was better than expected. The Rieter Group closed the 2021 financial year with sales of CHF 969.2 million (2020: CHF 573.0 million). Implementation of the Acquisition of the Three Saurer Businesses Effective from December 1, 2021, Rieter is consolidating the components businesses Accotex and Temco acquired from Saurer. With the acquisition of Accotex (elastomer components for spinning machines) and Temco (bearing solutions for filament machines), Rieter is strengthening the market position in the components business. The figures from the two businesses have been incorporated into the results for the 2021 financial year as follows: the 2021 order intake includes CHF 2.1 million and the 2021 sales include CHF 3.3 million. The two businesses contributed a total of around CHF 27 million to the order backlog at the end of 2021. The acquisition of Saurer’s third business (automatic winder) leads to a significant increase in the attractiveness of Rieter’s ring and compact-spinning systems and is expected to be completed in the first half of 2022. Accordingly, order intake and sales are not included in the figures for the 2021 financial year.

EBIT Margin
Rieter anticipates an EBIT margin of 4.5% to 5% of sales in the 2021 financial year (2020: -14.7%).
Rieter will publish the full annual financial statements and the 2021 Annual Report on March 9, 2022. Order Intake by Business Group Thanks to the company’s innovative product portfolio and global positioning, all three Business Groups benefited from the high level of demand. The Business Group Machines & Systems posted an order intake of CHF 1 708.6 million (2020: CHF 363.9 million). The main focus of demand was on the ring and compact-spinning systems. The order intake of the Business Group Components was CHF 296.0 million, an increase of 75% compared to the previous year (2020: CHF 169.1 million). The Business Group After Sales recorded an order intake of CHF 221.1 million, 106% higher than the previous year (2020: CHF 107.2 million). The main reason for the positive order intake in both Business Groups is the continuing increased demand for spare and wear parts in spinning mills, which are operating at high capacity. CHF million (unaudited)

2021 2020 Difference Difference in local currency

Rieter 2 225.7 640.2 248% 247%

Machines & Systems 1 708.6 363.9 370% 369%
Components 296.0 169.1 75% 74%
After Sales 221.1 107.2 106% 108%
Sales by Business Group Despite the challenges in the supply chain announced earlier, the Business Group
Machines & Systems achieved sales of CHF 590.3 million, double the previous year’s figure (2020: CHF 295.8 million). Sales of the Business Group Components increased to CHF 231.5 million (2020: CHF 174.3 million). The Business Group After Sales achieved sales of CHF 147.4 million (2020: CHF 102.9 million).
CHF million

2021 2020 Difference Difference in local currency

Rieter 969.2 573.0 69% 69%

Machines & Systems 590.3 295.8 100% 99%

Components 231.5 174.3 33% 32%

After Sales 147.4 102.9 43% 45%

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Sales by Region
Sales increased in all regions, with the exception of the region of Africa. The highest
year-on-year growth of 148% was achieved in India, followed by North and South
America (+126%) and the Asian countries (+72%), excluding China, India and
CHF million

2021 2020 Difference Difference in local currency
Rieter 969.2 573.0 69% 69%
Asian countries1 318.7 184.8 72% 72%
China 135.3 92.8 46% 41%
India 126.0 50.8 148% 151%
Turkey 182.3 122.0 49% 50%
North and
South America

149.9 66.4 126% 128%
Europe 43.3 38.4 13% 13%
Africa 13.7 17.8 -23% -23%
1 without China, India, Turkey
Rieter will issue an outlook for the 2022 financial year at the Results Press
Conference on March 9, 2022.
Annual General Meeting of April 7, 2022
The 2022 Annual General Meeting of Rieter Holding Ltd. will take place on April 7, 2022. Proposals regarding the agenda must be submitted in writing, accompanied by information concerning the relevant motions and evidence of the necessary shareholdings (with a par value of CHF 0.5 million as stipulated by Article 699 of the Swiss Code of Obligations (OR) and Article 9 of the Articles of Association), by no later than February 18, 2022, to Rieter Holding Ltd., Office of the Company Secretary, Klosterstrasse 32, CH-8406 Winterthur, Switzerland. Telephone Conference for Media and Investors The telephone conference for media and investors will take place today, January 26,
2022, at 09.00 am (CET).