Supreme President and Chief Executive Officer Kim Korth said: “Given the continuing significant increase in sales compared to 2010, Supreme has remained focused on improving our execution and our ability to drive more of our performance to the bottom line. We have expanded our use of common operating standards for all key processes and we have established in-depth metrics at all of our facilities to better guide our decisions. While I am encouraged that, absent the legal settlement costs incurred in this quarter, Supreme did return to profitability, it still is not at an acceptable level. We need to continue to aggressively review all aspects of our business for profit improvement opportunities while simultaneously meeting or exceeding our customers’ expectations.”Supreme was in compliance with its minimum EBITDA and its Tangible Net Worth financial covenants under its senior bank loan agreement. Borrowings under this current agreement were $24.2 million as of July 2, 2011 versus $25.5 million on December 25, 2010.
Supreme Industries Reports Second-Quarter 2011 Financial Results
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