Clothing retailer Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Ltd said today total group sales for the 6-month period ended 1 February were up 19.4% on a year ago.
Hallenstein Glassons’ chair & chief executive laid out the turnaround of the NZX-listed retail company, how it had dealt with recent international competition and what they saw as the way forward at the company’s annual meeting in Christchurch yesterday.
Published 25 January 2006 Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Ltd said today sales for the key December-January period continued to show improvement over last year.Total group sales for the period 2 August-23 January rose by 9.8% on the previous summer. Same-store sales rose by 7.3%. New Zealand rose by 7.4%, 6.9% same-store, and Australia rose by 29.6%, […]
Published: 24 January 2005 Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Ltd said today its margins for the season remained on budget and profit for the 6 months to 1 February should be up 10-15%. But the performance seemed to rely on a strong Australian gain. The company will make its full sales & profit announcement for the half-year […]
Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Ltd increased its net surplus for the year to 1 August by 49.8% to $17.2 million, on revenue up 2.2% to $181.8 million. The surplus before unusuals & tax rose 38.3% to $24.2 million. The company made $1 million on the sale of properties. Adjusting for property gains, profit from core retail […]
Trading margins improved, but low dollar will put pressure on Hallenstein Glasson Holdings increased profit by 14.1% to $11.3 million ($9.9 million) in the 12 months to 1 August, on sales up only 2%. The company said trading margins rose from 40.12% to 42.2%, helped by very good end-of-season clearances in all its three chains […]