USA: UniMark sees 31.1% drop in Q1 net sales
Bartonville, Texas-based UniMark Group, a vertically integrated citrus and tropical fruit growing and processing company, announced yesterday [Thursday] the fiscal results for its Q1 ended 31 March 2002. Q1 net sales fell 31.1% to US$7.1m from US$10.3m in the 2001 quarter. Loss from operations was IS$353,000 in the Q1 2002 versus a loss of US$583,000 in the prior year, an improvement of 39.5%. Net loss for the Q1 2002 amounted to US$367,000, as compared to a net loss of US$1.3m in the Q1 2001.
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