OKI Systems increases turnover in Hungary by 46%
The Hungarian unit of Japanese printer manufacturer OKI Systems saw a revenue of more than HUF 1.5 bln in the fiscal year ending in March; this constitutes a rise of 46% as compared to the previous year, the company’s director for the region Loránd Tamás said yesterday.
The regional director said sales of consumable supplies account for 75-80% of the companyʼs revenue, which segment saw a year-on-year growth of 57%.
“We have overperformed our expectation in the business year of 2014, due to the dedicated work of our team and partners,” the director said. “Seeing our results, we aimed for a growth of 16% for next year, which seems to be achievable considering the last two years,” he added.
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