USA: Delta Apparel Earnings Up 58 Per Cent
For the second fiscal quarter ended December 30, 2000, Delta Apparel recorded sales of $26.4m, up $4.8m or 22.3 per cent from the second fiscal quarter of last year. The increase in sales was almost entirely a result of increased unit volume. Operating earnings were $2.0m, up $0.7m, or 58 per cent from the second fiscal quarter of last year. EBITDA for the quarter was $3.6m, up $0.7m or 25 per cent from the second fiscal quarter of last year.
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