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Valpey Fisher Corporation (NASDAQ:VPF), a leader in low-noise timing solutions, today reported results for the second quarter ended July 3, 2011.
For the second quarter of 2011, the Company reported an operating profit of $280,000 and net earnings of $191,000 or $.04 per share on sales of $3,885,000, compared to an operating profit of $195,000 and net earnings of $136,000 or $.03 per share on sales of $3,799,000 for the same period last year.
Michael Ferrantino Jr., the Company’s President and Chief Executive Officer, commented, ”We are pleased to report 2011 second quarter results that include a 44% increase in operating profit over the same period of 2010. New customer orders were up $384,000 or 10% from the second quarter of last year. Our backlog amounts to $2,403,000 at July 3, 2011 compared to $2,207,000 at the end of the second quarter of 2010.”
“During the second quarter, we saw sales increases across most of our product lines with our high reliability product line and our timing modules being particularly strong with increases of 43% and 85%, respectively, over the prior year. Our high reliability and precision product lines now account for 55% of our revenue. Our customers continue to recognize the value of our industry leading oscillators, timing modules and integrated subsystems,” added Ferrantino.
Valpey Fisher Corporation (NASDAQ:VPF) is a global leader in the design, development, and manufacture of high-accuracy subsystems integrated into digital and optical telecommunications systems in use throughout the world for voice, data and military communications. For more than 80 years, customers have chosen Valpey Fisher as their preferred supplier of the electronic components and subsystems that drive their business. Companies pick Valpey Fisher for its long history of technology innovation, its high-quality precision products, and its top-to-bottom commitment to customers to provide and support custom solutions that meet their evolving needs. The Company’s products enable communications system vendors to increase network data capacity and improve voice and video quality. Through its broad range of timing, control and measurement solutions that deliver high performance, uncompromised precision, and consistent reliability. Valpey Fisher partners with customers to help them succeed in the markets they compete in including wireless and wireline infrastructure, microwave radio, military communications, instrumentation, imaging and industrial applications. Valpey Fisher’s global customer base of original equipment manufacturers (including Alcatel-Lucent, BAE Systems, Google, IBM, Juniper Networks, and Raytheon) and electronics manufacturing services companies are served by direct sales personnel, independent manufacturers’ representatives, and distributors worldwide.
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