According to Zonebourse, Supreme, a consumer goods manufacturer and supplier based in Manchester, UK, reported that the company’s pre-tax profit for the six months ending on September 30th was £12.3 million, an increase of 180% compared to £4.4 million last year. The company also recorded a revenue of £105.1 million, a 63% increase from £64.6 million last year.
The revenue of its e-cigarette brand division experienced a significant increase, reaching £30.6 million, accounting for 86% of the total revenue of the division for the first half of this year, with ELFBAR contributing £26.4 million in revenue, which equates to 25.1% of the company’s total revenue.
Supreme emphasized that while it does not manufacture or own ELFBAR, it has signed a distribution agreement with them. The company clearly stated that the introduction of ELFBAR has not had a significant impact on the profit margins in this category. Looking ahead, Supreme stated that the second half of the year has been performing well, with all departments showing a growth trend.
The projected revenue for the fiscal year 2024 is expected to be between £210 million and £225 million, showing an improvement from the March forecast of £195 million to £205 million. This represents a growth of at least 61% compared to the £130.8 million revenue generated in the fiscal year 2023.