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Yorkshire dental company increases turnover and sales by 22 per cent

A Yorkshire dental company has announced that its turnover has increased by 22 per cent in the past year.

EthOss Regeneration has reported a 22 per cent turnover and exports despite the global challenges of the pandemic.

The firm, which produces a synthetic biomaterial used during dental implant surgery, has also seen a growth in UK sales and doubled the number of employees working in its head office.

Dr Paul Harrison, managing director of EthOss, commented: “We’re really pleased with our financial performance and company growth over the last year, despite the obvious challenges we have faced recently.

“Infact, due to our continued rapid growth, both in the UK and overseas, we will be moving into a new office and warehouse in Silsden imminently as we look to expand our operations further to cope with demand.

“Exports now account for 58 per cent of our total turnover and June 2020 was our busiest export month ever.

“Markets do appear to be recovering quickly and that record has already been surpassed in August, which has now become our biggest month of export sales to date.

“I am confident that we are weathering the Covid disruption and that our strategy not to put any staff on furlough and to use the period as an opportunity to invest in marketing and training and development is helping us to come back stronger than ever.

“We have a positive and successful future ahead as we look to continue to get a strong foothold in both our established and emerging markets across the globe.

“Our team’s dedication, commitment and enthusiasm has been instrumental in getting us to this point.”

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