Geratherm reflects on "best ever year" in '06
This article was originally published in Clinica
Geschwenda, German-based temperature management and vital signs devices company Geratherm Medical posted its best ever performance in 2006, with net profit up by over 28% at E1.9m ($2.5m). Both the operating and healthcare sector investment activities contributed strongly, the latter performing "extraordinarily well", said the Frankfurt-listed company. Core business sales for the year were up by 4.9%, at E8.6m.
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