Saturday October 24, 2020

Turnover falls at Furlong’s carpet firm

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

@whytebarry
28th May, 2017
Noel Furlong of Furlong investments

Furlong Investments, the carpet and flooring company owned by veteran businessman and poker player Noel Furlong, saw its turnover and profits drop in 2016.

The company’s turnover fell from €107.1 million to €97.8 million, while its gross profit fell from €35.3 million to €30.7 million. Nevertheless, the company’s accumulated profits rose from €60.7 million to €67.2 million.

The company had investment properties worth €22.7 million – with properties in Kent, Preston, Gloucester,...

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