Daresbury hygiene firm Byotrol’s turnover down
Daresbury-based Byotrol, an anti-microbial hygiene company, has reported that turnover is down but have reduced administration costs by 34%.
Turnover for the six months ending 30th September was reported at £1.5 million compared to £1.7 million for the same period last year.
However despite this the company report an improvement in trading.
The company reports that it has largely hit its targets of increasing underlying sales, reducing costs and developing better products.
They have also been investing so that they are ready for forthcoming regulatory and labelling changes in global chemical and consumer markets.
They report a general positive trend towards taking the company towards profitability.
Chief executive of Byotrol, David Traynor said: “We have made good progress this half-year on several fronts. Underlying sales are up, costs are substantially down and we have now positioned our technologies for the diverging regulatory environments in the US domestic market and the EU market.
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