|Estonia Business News: Archive 2003-
Monday, 17th of July, 2006
Tallegg made sales record in June
Poultry producer Tallegg sold 932 tons of poultry products in June; companys total turnover in Estonia grew to EEK 35.2 million. AS Talleggs board president Teet Soorm says that company made its sales record in Estonia due to successful Midsummer Day holidays.
Wednesday, 19th of July, 2006
More than 2.7 million people in Balti Station
Balti Station collected 2.7 million visitors in 12 months, which is by nearly 400,000 people more than last year, informs Go Group. 870,892 people were Edelaraudtees train passengers, 1.7 million were Elektriraudtees customers and 150,000 people used GoRails Tallinn-Moscow train.
635,306 hectolitres of beer was sold
Estonian Beer Producers Union informs that 635,306 hectolitres of beer was sold in Estonia in first six months of 2006, which is 4.1% more than during respective period in 2005. Saku Brewery is continually the market leader with 295,554 hectolitres of sold beer; company increased its market share to 46.5%. A. Le Coq Tartu Brewery sold 234,390 hectolitres of beer and its market share grew to 36.9%.
ETKs turnover grew 20%
ETKs turnover grew more than one fifth in first six months compared to the same period in 2005. ETK Group members turnover was EEK 2.9 billion. Four store chains of ETK Maksimarket, Konsum, A and O, and E-Ehituskeskus earned 33% bigger turnover in six months than during respective period in 2005.
Friday, 21st of July, 2006
Car salesmen expect record year
Bigger car dealers are satisfied with the first half of the year and predict record financial results. According to AS Amserv Group board president Raivo Kütt, first six months brought record turnover, profit and amount of sold cars. He is glad that Lexus is successful in Estonia and sells better than Audi and BMW. Inchcape Motors Estonia OÜ manager Ahti Rebane says that their company will not publish economical results before the end of financial year. However, Rebane admits that sale has grown. Mazdas market share among cars is 6.9%; respective number was 5.7% in 2005, says Rebane and added that success of sale in Tartu has been a positive surprise.
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