Husqvarna Group and Briggs & Stratton have reached a settlement to resolve engine supply in 2022
Husqvarna Group and Briggs & Stratton, LLC (B&S) have reached a settlement with regards to the supply of engines for ride-on mowers. Under the terms of the settlement, B&S will provide the majority of the engines needed ahead of the 2022 season. Additionally, the parties have agreed to maintain a modified supply relationship into the 2023 season.
Husqvarna Group previously communicated a potential negative financial impact in 2022 as a result of a lack of engine supply. The settlement means that the lawsuit against B&S is withdrawn, and that Husqvarna Group no longer anticipates a material financial impact from this issue.
“We have achieved a satisfactory outcome that allows us to secure products for our customers in 2022,” says Glen Instone, Acting President Husqvarna Division and CFO Husqvarna Group.
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Husqvarna Group is a global leading producer of outdoor power products and innovative solutions for forest, park and garden care. Products include chainsaws, trimmers, robotic lawn mowers and ride-on lawn mowers. The Group is also the European leader in garden watering products and a global leader in cutting equipment and diamond tools for the construction and stone industries. The Group’s products and solutions are sold under brands including Husqvarna, Gardena, McCulloch, Flymo, Zenoah and Diamant Boart via dealers and retailers to consumers and professionals in more than 100 countries. Net sales in 2020 amounted to SEK 42bn and the Group has around 13,000 employees in 40 countries.