Lemken’s turnover fell 4.7% to €327 million last year, but the German arable equipment maker is satisfied with performance in a generally difficult market environment. The company’s sales fell to €90 million in Germany, and were also down in France, the company’s largest export market. UK performance also decreased slightly, but growth in most Central European markets, including Poland, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria and the Ukraine, and the opening of new markets in China and Canada, helped increase the export share to 73%. The company sold 13,370 implements in 2015. Ploughs and stubble cultivation implements made up the largest portion (23% each), followed by drills (25%) and sprayers (5%). Lemken expects a slight increase in business this year.