Irish arm of Otterbox ‘significantly outperformed’ expectations last year as revenues reached €46m
Phone case manufacturer employs 70 people at its European headquarters in Cork
The Irish arm of Otterbox, the smartphone case manufacturer, outperformed expectations last year as revenues reached €46.34 million.
The company, which opened its European headquarters in Cork more than ten years ago, said it had “significantly over-performed” in 2020 despite the impact of the pandemic.
After a loss of €875,000 in 2019, Otter Products EMEA reported a narrow post-tax profit of €74,661 last year, accounts filed by the company show. Operating profit was up...
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