12,7 BILLION euro was the sales record achieved by the Würth Group according to the preliminary annual financial statement.
At 9.550 YEARS of age, the “Old Tjikko” is probably the oldest tree in the world. This unassuming spruce tree is located in Sweden.
31 PERCECNT of the earth’s surface is covered by forests. That corresponds to roughly 4 billion hectares.
More than 17.500 WORKS OF MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART are included in the Würth Collection. Würth has museums at 14 different locations across Europe.
19,3 PERCENT: e-business sales increased by this factor in 2017 compared to the previous year.
760 MILLION EURO was the preliminary operating result generated by the Würth Group in 2017.
551 PATENTS and 6,984 TRADEMARKS are currently held by the Würth Group.
74.159 EMPLOYEES in more than 40 vocational training programs were working for the Würth Group in Germany at the end of 2017.
1.255 JUNIOR EMPLOYEES in more than 40 vocational training programs were working for the Würth Group in Germany at the end of 2017.
84 METER is the planned height of the “HoHo Wien” high-rise. That would make it the tallest wooden high-rise in the world, provided it is completed by 2018 as scheduled. Its 24 stories are to accommodate a hotel, a restaurant and office space, among other things.
70 TREE STUMPS were split in just one minute by Dirk Braun, the reigning world champion in wood chopping. The German managed this feat of strength in 2015.
2,1 BILLION ASSY® screws were sold by Adolf Würth Group GmbH & Co. KG in 2017
A 150-YEAR-OLD beech tree has approximately 800,000 LEAVES.
The average dwarf willow grows to 3 CENTIMETERS in height, making it the world’s smallest tree.
A large beech tree absorbs 24 KILOGRAMS of CO2 every day. That corresponds to the amount emitted by a small car over 150 KILOMETERS.
The 115-METER California redwood “Hyperion” is currently the tallest known tree on the planet. By comparison: The Big Ben clock tower in London is “only” 96.3 METERS tall.