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Profits boost for Doncaster manufacturer MS International Magazine

MS International, the listed Doncaster-based manufacturer, has posted an income before tax increase to 4.04 million on revenue of 68.09 million for any year ending 28 April 2018.

Unveiling its full-year accounts, the organization attributed the rise for their buoyant export industry for its defence business.

Its defence division made a good start towards a recovery in revenue and definitely in profitably as a consequence of a buoyant export market, even though domestic market remains restrained and subdued.

Export sales at defence made up the key piece of the division’s revenue, primarily as a result to several awesome product offerings, the accumulating benefit from considerable purchase of research and development over recent years and our success in demonstrating continually enhanced customer care and support.

The domestic market, on the other hand, has always been constrained by way of the UK’s tight budget controls which contribute to inevitable delays to programmes and, consequently, a place that lacks any reasonable portion of clarity.

Further, its forgings business increased revenue and it’s breaking even within the trading level while losses, incurred because of developing the fresh factory in the us, are again reduced.

Forgings experienced a major rise in revenue above the previous year, partly reflecting the first phase of full production in our new facility in the United States. Our plants in england and Brazil carry on and hold good market positions, reflecting an overall persistence for enhancing efficient production, product quality and customer satisfaction.

Both its Petrol Station Superstructures and Petrol Station Branding divisions both traded from a significantly changing international market, though there’re at quite differing phases with this steps involved in change.

Chairman Michael Bell said: “We perceive that, with a sustained measure of prudence, we’re also continuing to transfer this company forward with an upward trajectory and they are well positioned to guide and develop opportunities for your Group.

“All matters considered the Board stands out on the payment of any maintained final dividend of 6.5p per share making the overall to the year of 8.25p (2017-8p).

“The final dividend is anticipated for being paid on 24th July 2018 to prospects shareholders for the register within the close of economic on 22nd June 2018.”

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