Grafton revenues increase on more positive trading conditions

Building materials and DIY merchant, Grafton is on course to post a full year operating profit after revenues increased grew in the four months to the end of October.

7th November, 2013
Grafton's Woodie’s DIY business benefitted from strong demand for seasonal products during the summer.

Building materials and DIY merchant, Grafton is on course to post a full year operating profit after revenues increased grew in the four months to the end of October.

The company said that generally more positive trading conditions in its markets meant revenue for the ten months to 31 October 2013, was £1.60 billion, an increase of 7.4 per cent on the same period last year.

Overall trading in the company's Irish merchanting business stabilised in the first...

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