Tuesday 1st July 2008
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"Charlie's Group will produce a positive EBITDA result for FY08, but will not exceed last year's EBITDA result as previously hoped, and a small loss after tax is now expected," chief executive Stefan Lepionka said in a statement. He didn't give details.
The company began production at a new Australian plant in April though the transition from using third-party contract packers led to glitches during a record summer sales season, the company said.
Sales in the year ended June 30 rose 24% to a record NZ$33 million, the company said. The Renmark, South Australia-based plant, acquired last year, tripled Charlie's production capacity, it said on April 15.
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