Profits rise at O’Briens parent firm

The parent company of the O’Briens off-licence chain has recorded an 80 per cent jump in pre-tax profits, according to accounts just filed.

3rd February, 2007

The parent company of the O’Briens off-licence chain has recorded an 80 per cent jump in pre-tax profits, according to accounts just filed.

Napa Valley, which also owns Lynch Properties, had profits of €736,450 in 2005, up from €400,000 the previous year.

The firm recorded profits, despite incurring once-off restructuring costs of €377,000 in the same period.

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