Minarik Corporation today announced that it had a record-sales month in January 2008. “Our results show the market place that we have a strong position in the market place and able to produce results regardless of economic conditions”, said John Hegel, President and CEO of Minarik.
The record month was based on same store sales and didn’t take into account the additional sales increase from Minarik’s two 2007 acquisitions, PacMation in the Northwest and AMPRO in the Midwest. With those two strong acquisitions performing well, they put Minarik even farther ahead of last year’s numbers and solidify key marketing areas for the high tech motion control company.
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