UK: Blavod anticipates sales lift for UK arm
Blavod Drinks has said it expects to report a surge in case sales over the past year.
The subsidiary of Blavod Extreme Spirits said yesterday (31 March) that it estimates that the financial year will show an increase of no less than 45% in case sales across the entire spirits portfolio.
The UK-based trading unit said that percentage margins are expected to remain in line with the previous year and, as a result, the UK subsidiary will have traded above breakeven during the year.
The complete full year results are due to be released in June, the company added.
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