Information concerning revenues from contracts with customers (IFRS 15) and public grants
Revenues of DB Group are broken down as follows:
Revenues from freight and passenger transport services
thereof concession fees for rail transport
Revenues from operating rail infrastructure
Revenues from letting and leasing
Revenues from sales of material
Revenues from freight and passenger transport services were generated mainly by companies operating in the DB Schenker, DB Regional, DB Cargo, DB Arriva and DB Long-Distance segments. Revenues from operating rail infrastructure related to the DB Netze Track and DB Netze Stations segments. Rental and leasing revenues were generated mainly in the DB Netze Stations segment, and revenues from sales of material were mainly generated in the DB Netze Energy and DB Schenker segments. Other revenues relate to virtually all segments.
The order book of customer contracts with contractually agreed outstanding revenues (secured revenues) was broken down as follows:
SECURED ORDER BOOK / € million
Passenger transport contracts
Logistics and freight transport contracts 1)
Other contracts 1)
1) Contracts with a duration of at least 12 months and a contract volume of at least € 5 million.
Most of the secured order book will be fulfilled within a period of ten years, with percentages declining over a period of time.
The significant decline in the order book for passenger transport contracts in the DB Arriva segment was not offset by the slight increase in the order book in the DB Regional segment. In terms of other contracts, there was a significant increase in the Subsidiaries/Other segment.
Order books of held-for-sale subsidiaries are only taken into account up to their planned date of sale. This particularly affected the five companies in the DB Arriva segment in Sweden as of the balance sheet date.
Claims relating to contractual assets1) of € 78 million were recognized together with the other receivables and assets. Long-term contractual assets accounted for € 36 million.
The contractual liabilities in DB Group include advance payments received as well as other payments received in advance in relation to revenues for subsequent periods (for example for season tickets). Obligations from contractual liabilities of € 1,213 million (thereof non-current: € 150 million) were shown under the trade liabilities and deferred items.
Public subsidies as part of the temporary reduction in ticket prices for nationwide regional and local passenger transport (9-Euro-Ticket) have not yet been recognized, as the contractual supplements and approvals have not yet been received.
1) The contractual assets include claims relating to work-in-progress from long-term orders.