Buhler Industries, manufacturer of the Versatile and Farm King ag equipment brands, released a list of answers on March 23 to frequently asked questions regarding the company's ownership and management.
Revenue for the fifteen-month period was C$317.2 million ($253.5 million), up C$67.6 million ($50 million) from sales of $249.6 million ($199.5 million) in 2020. The Company’s increased sales growth for the period primarily results from the accounting change to a December year-end in 2021.
Buhler Industries Inc. (TSX: BUI) is strongly opposed to this action and does not condone this attack. The Executive team of Buhler Industries is united in the condemnation of the actions taken by the Russian Federation.
Revenue for the quarter was $79.2 million, up $2.6 million from the prior year third quarter, representing an 3% increase over the prior year and continuing the sales growth seen in the first two quarters.
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