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Miscellaneous transportation gross profits consist primarily of transportation management fees and customs brokerage fees.
Tom Kelly, director-general of BOLA, said: "It makes sense to adopt a gross profits levy; the relationship between turnover and levy charges will alter once the Treasury goes over to a duty system based on gross profits in October.
In our air transportation business, approximately two-thirds of our gross profit growth of 17.
In 1992, RCI generated net revenues, gross profits, operating profits, and net income applicable to common stock of $43,300,000, $16,000,000, $3,400,000 and $810,000.
In our North American truck business, our volume growth approximated our gross profit growth of 16.
The increase in our Transportation gross profit margin in the fourth quarter is due to an increase in our truck transportation gross profit margins and to a change in the mix of services that make up this business line.
In the fourth quarter of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2006 the Company reached quarterly profitability for the first time in its history with net sales of $166,531, gross profit of $101,956 and net earnings of $38,463 or approximately .
Gross profit (revenues less cost of emissions certificates) was up 67% to $864,000 compared to prior year of $518,000.
During the three months ended June 30, 2005, the Company recognized gross profits of $1,193,246 as compared to gross profits of $827,094 for the same period in 2004, an increase of $366,152 or 145%.
MUSCATINE, Iowa -- HNI Corporation (NYSE:HNI) reaffirmed today, as indicated in its October 21, 2004, third quarter news release, higher steel and other material costs will have a negative impact on gross profit of $8-$10 million in the fourth quarter.
Gross profits from operations increased 21% to $521,199 from $429,729 for the first quarter 2003.
The agreement provided that in the event that the milestones were not met by March 9, 2004, then there would be an automatic reversion and grant to Estancia Limited of an undivided 40% interest in the VEMRAM patents and an undivided interest ("Estancia's Gross Profits Interest") equal to 32% of gross profit for each license of the VEMRAM patents sold or transferred by Pageant and all royalties received by Pageant from each license or sale of the VEMRAM patents.