Beachcroft posts 3% dip in H1 revenues alongside 10% rise for Clydes
Beachcroft has announced its half-year financial results, reporting a 3% drop in turnover against the same period in 2009-10. The firm saw revenue fall to £60m, down from the figure of £62m reported last year when H1 turnover rose by 15% on 2008. Beachcroft attributed the drop to the public sector spending squeeze over the first six months of the year, as well as a decline in real estate and corporate revenues. However, the firm said that a number of well-performing areas had counteracted this.
Beachcroft has announced its half-year financial results, reporting a 3% drop in turnover against the same period in 2009-10.
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