Sales drop but Collins and Hayes says the worst is over

May 2004
Cabinet Maker;5/7/2004, Issue 5387, p5
Trade Publication
Looks into the profitability of Collins and Hayes. Percentage of decrease in sales; Factor underlying the downturn; Amount of the company's profit before tax.


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