Did you hear?... Hagloefs reports a 20-percent increase in sales

Swedish outdoor manufacturer Hagloefs has reported a 20-percent increase in sales to 274.6 million Swedish Kronor/SEK (USD $29.5 million).
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Swedish outdoor manufacturer Hagloefs has reported a 20-percent increase in sales to 274.6 million Swedish Kronor/SEK (USD $29.5 million) with pre-tax profits of 6,974,000 SEK (USD $ 748,500). The outdoor brand increased sales 26 percent to 195.7 million SEK (USD $21.0 million) while the Alfa brand of footwear had sales of 81.2 million SEK (USD $8.7 million). Domestic sales grew 6 percent while sales in other Nordic countries grew 15 percent. European sales now represent 9 percent of revenues.

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