Delcam Software maker continues to report record sales

Editor: Eric Culp

Management talks of an “encouraging” first half.

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The company’s software for manufacturing electrodes also contributed to the record.
The company’s software for manufacturing electrodes also contributed to the record.
(Source: Delcam)

CAD/CAM software supplier Delcam has announced record sales for a six-month period during the first half of 2013, which it said means the company has set new top levels of sales in each of the last seven half-year periods.

Sales to 30 June 2013 increased by 9% over the same period of last year to reach £25 million (€29 million), according to the company Pre-tax profits were also higher than the year-earlier period and reached £2.8 million.

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The strongest overall results continue to come from the US, UK, Germany, Italy and China, the company reported, adding that it saw good growth from subsidiaries in Canada, France and India, and from joint ventures in Korea and Thailand.

Commenting on the record sales achievements, Delcam Chairman Peter Miles said, “The first half results were encouraging. We continue to be very positive about our prospects, since we believe that the combination of our strong product offering, increasing automation in manufacturing and our broad range of markets, both geographically and in the number of industries we serve, offers the group very good scope for further growth.”

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