PGW’s FY22 Operating EBITDA forecast to better last year
PGW’s FY22 Operating EBITDA forecast to better last year’s excellent result
PGG Wrightson Limited* (PGW) Chairman, Rodger Finlay, announced today that “Following excellent spring trading over the first half of the financial year PGW was raising its full year guidance to around $58 million at an Operating EBITDA** level.”
“The Board is delighted with how the business is performing and continues to be impressed by the excellent response of our people as they demonstrate amazing resilience in responding to the ever-changing COVID-19 operating protocols. Our staff continue to rise to the challenge and deliver upon the needs of our customers and this is reflected in how the business is performing.”
“It is a credit to our exceptional team at PGW to be able to upgrade our guidance to a level that betters last year’s impressive performance of $56 million (Operating EBITDA)”, Mr Finlay said.
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