Public E&S Companies’ 1Q Organic Growth Is 0.6%

Eight publicly reporting foodservice equipment and supplies companies posted combined organic revenue growth of 0.6% the first quarter 2017 compared to 1Q/16, according to numbers compiled by FER Research Associate John Muldowney. Muldowney is also principal of Clarity Marketing. Including acquisitions, which have been a significant factor the past year, combined revenues grew 7.2%.

Combined organic sales growth of the six publicly reporting equipment-oriented companies was 0.5%, with four of the six posting increases. The two supplies-oriented companies combined sales were up 0.9% with Carlisle Foodservice up 5.9% organically and Libbey Foodservice down 4.1%.

A more complete report on the public companies’ sales trends will appear in a later issue of FER Fortnightly.

 

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