- Net sales EUR 5,170 million (5,174)
- Comparable operating result EUR 457 million (577)
- Order intake EUR 5,327 million (6,307)
- Order book at the end of the period EUR 5,878 million (6,166)
Wärtsilä Marine Business
- Net sales EUR 3,330 million (2,815)
- Order intake EUR 3,517 million (3,945)
- Order book at the end of the period EUR 3,799 million (3,651)
Wärtsilä’s market presence, combined with having the broadest offering in the industry, enables us to understand the needs and requirements related to each of these segments – from initial vessel design choices to everyday operations, in each voyage and throughout the vessel’s lifecycle. We provide innovative and competitive hardware and software solutions, delivered efficiently and with high quality.
Our offering comprises engines, propulsion, exhaust gas cleaning systems, electrical solutions, seals and bearings, water and waste treatment, gas solutions, as well as automation, navigation, and communication systems, fleet operations solutions, ship traffic control, simulators and training, and lifecycle solutions.
Wärtsilä Energy Business
- Net sales EUR 1,840 million (2,359)
- Order intake EUR 1,810 million (2,362)
- Order book at the end of the period EUR 2,079 million (2,515)
Wärtsilä’s energy solutions are used for a wide variety of applications. These include baseload generation, capacity for grid stability, peaking and load-following generation, and optimisation of high renewable content power systems. We provide our customers with a comprehensive understanding of energy systems, including fully integrated assets and advanced software, complete with value adding lifecycle services.
Wärtsilä’s advanced gas and dual-fuel engine technology, optimised modular power plants, superior project management capabilities, and the global service support provided throughout the lifecycle of installations, have led to Wärtsilä holding a leading position in the gas and liquid fuel combustion engine power plant markets.
Wärtsilä had 18,795 (19,294) employees at the end of December. On average, the number of personnel totalled 19,110 (18,899) during the period January-December. Wärtsilä Marine employed 13,460 (13,582) people at the end of the period and Wärtsilä Energy 5,335 (5,712).
Of Wärtsilä’s total number of employees, 20% (20) were located in Finland and 42% (40) elsewhere in Europe. Personnel employed in Asia represented 23% (24) of the total, personnel in the Americas 11% (11), and personnel in other countries 4% (4).
Wärtsilä has an important role in meeting the world’s increased demand for energy in a sustainable way. This is the cornerstone of our commitment to sustainability. Our sustainability approach is based on economic, environmental and social performance. We strive to improve our procedures and performance across a wide front. Our overriding focus is on ensuring profitability, providing environmentally sound products and services and ensuring responsible business conduct. See our sustainability pages for more information.
Code of conduct and ethical stance
Wärtsilä is committed to carrying out its business in a sustainable way. In order to promote the long-term interests of Wärtsilä and its stakeholders, the company strives to maintain the highest legal and ethical standards in all its business practices. See the code of conduct for more information about business and employee ethics.