UK: Wiseman reports H1 sales in line with forecasts
UK milk processor Robert Wiseman Dairies has made an upbeat statement about current trading ahead of its half year-end. Group finance director Billy Keane will tell analysts later today [Monday]: "Sales volumes and turnover for the half-year ending 28 September 2002 are in line with expectations. The combination of circumstances which occurred in the year ended 30 March 2002, namely exceptional milk buying losses, professional fees regarding competition issues and re-organisation costs have not been repeated during this period and, consequently, margins currently have improved slightly from the disappointing level of last year.
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