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Paramount Trading Revenue Continues To Reflect Growth, Net Profits However Declining

Paramount Trading (Jamaica) Limited is reporting that revenue continues to reflect growth in the last 6 months, recording sales for the six-month period of JA$697.3M versus $687.2M in the corresponding period last year, reflecting an increase of $10.1m or 1.5%. In his report to stockholders for the six months ended November 30, 2018, Hugh Graham, […]

Wisynco Group Reporting 16% Increase Q2 Revenues and 18% In Gross Profits, As It Takes A Loss Of JA$128 Million Due To Revaluation Of USD Deposits

Knutsford Express Implements Growth Strategies Aimed At Diversifying Income Stream

Oliver Townsend Managing Director of Knutsford Express Services Limited is reporting that a year after the opening of the Sangster International Airport depot, passenger ridership continues to grow, this as the company closed the second quarter of 2018 with revenues increasing by 26% up to $262 Million from $208 Million in 2017. Commenting in the […]

Wisynco Group Reporting 16% Increase Q2 Revenues and 18% In Gross Profits, As It Takes A Loss Of JA$128 Million Due To Revaluation Of USD Deposits

Indies Pharma Jamaica Reporting Marginal Improvement In Revenues But Lower Net Profit After Tax For 2018

Indies Pharma Jamaica Limited is reporting revenues of JA$636.1 Million for the financial year ended October 2018, a marginal improvement on the 620.3M reported for 2017. Net profit after tax was however lower at JA$119.7 Million compared to the JA$140.2 Million for 2017, which also included a provision of JA$2.9M, been profits on the disposal […]

Wisynco Group Reporting 16% Increase Q2 Revenues and 18% In Gross Profits, As It Takes A Loss Of JA$128 Million Due To Revaluation Of USD Deposits

Caribbean Cream Reporting 16% Jump In Revenues Due To Improved Product Availability And Price Increases

Caribbean Cream Limited, is reporting in their just released unaudited financial results for the nine months ended November 30, 2018, revenues of JA$1,148 million, an increase of 16% or $155 million over the same period last year. Commenting on the results CEO and Director Christopher Clarke reported that the results were due to improved product […]

Wisynco Group Reporting 16% Increase Q2 Revenues and 18% In Gross Profits, As It Takes A Loss Of JA$128 Million Due To Revaluation Of USD Deposits

138 Student Living Jamaica Exploring Expansion Opportunity In St. Kitts As It Reports A Very Challenging 2018

Chairman of 138 Student Living Jamaica Limited Richard Byles is describing the financial year ended September 30, 2018, as in many respects, a very challenging year for 138 Student Living Jamaica (138SL) and its subsidiary 138SL Restoration Limited (138SLR). The Group recorded a loss after taxation of JA$16.25M; disaggregated as a net profit of $33.20M […]

Wisynco Group Reporting 16% Increase Q2 Revenues and 18% In Gross Profits, As It Takes A Loss Of JA$128 Million Due To Revaluation Of USD Deposits

Businessuite 2018 Top Caribbean CEO – Ian Dear, Chairman and CEO Express Catering Limited

Ian Dear is a Jamaican-born businessman with more than 25 years’ experience in Caribbean tourism and real estate development. He is an original founder, and the current Chairman and CEO of Margaritaville Caribbean group (MCg). In addition to purchasing local goods and services, MCg provides employment for more than 1,000 Jamaicans; providing significant economic impact […]

Wisynco Group Reporting 16% Increase Q2 Revenues and 18% In Gross Profits, As It Takes A Loss Of JA$128 Million Due To Revaluation Of USD Deposits

Jamaica Broilers Group’s Improved Financial Results For October 2018 Quarter Attributed To Increased Poultry Sales And Enhanced Inventory Management

The Directors of Jamaica Broilers Group Limited now release the unaudited financial results for the quarter ended October 27, 2018, which have been prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). Group revenues for the quarter amounted to $13.6 billion, an 18% increase over the $11.5 billion achieved in the corresponding quarter of the […]

Wisynco Group Reporting 16% Increase Q2 Revenues and 18% In Gross Profits, As It Takes A Loss Of JA$128 Million Due To Revaluation Of USD Deposits

138 Student Living Jamaica Delivers Sub Optimal Revenue & Losses For Twelve Months Ended 30 September 2018.

The Board of Directors of 138 Student Living Jamaica Limited (138 SL) is pleased to present our unaudited consolidated financial statements for the twelve months ended 30 September 2018. The financial year ended 2018 September 30 was, in many respects, a very challenging year for 138 Student Living Jamaica Limited [138SL] and its subsidiary 138SL […]

Wisynco Group Reporting 16% Increase Q2 Revenues and 18% In Gross Profits, As It Takes A Loss Of JA$128 Million Due To Revaluation Of USD Deposits

Salada Foods Jamaica Reporting A 219.82% Increase In Net Profits, Buoyed By Strong Sales Performance

The Directors of Salada Foods Jamaica Limited are reporting in just released audited financial results of the Group for the financial year ended September 30, 2018, Net profits of $219.18M, representing a 219.82% increase against prior year’s results of $68.7M. Commenting on the results Chairman Patrick Williams reported that profits were buoyed by strong sales […]

Wisynco Group Reporting 16% Increase Q2 Revenues and 18% In Gross Profits, As It Takes A Loss Of JA$128 Million Due To Revaluation Of USD Deposits

Elite Diagnostic Reporting Improved First Quarter Revenues, But Net Profits Hit With Costs Associated With Housing And Maintaining Of 3rd MRI Unit

The Directors of Elite Diagnostic Limited are announcing for their first quarter ending September 30th, 2018 improved revenues JA$85.4M compared to $69.8M the previous year. Net profit for the quarter was however down and amounted to JA$1.8M compared to $10.7M the previous year. Commenting on the results Director Warren Chung reported that some of the […]

Wisynco Group Reporting 16% Increase Q2 Revenues and 18% In Gross Profits, As It Takes A Loss Of JA$128 Million Due To Revaluation Of USD Deposits