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Dechra sees improved performance in first half of 2010-11

28th February 2011

Dechra has published its financial report for the first half of its 2010-11 fiscal year, highlighting a number of growth trends.

The UK-based animal health company's revenues rose to 192.2 million pounds during the six months ending on December 31st 2010, a year-on-year increase of four percent, while profits and earnings also advanced.

During the period, the firm noted strong veterinary product sales in both the EU and US, with an encouraging performance achieved despite the impact of economic uncertainty and harsh winter weather in the UK.

The half-year also saw the company agree deals to acquire Genitrix and DermaPet, deals which will help to expand its presence both in Europe and North America.

Dechra stated: "The group is well placed to continue to deliver a solid performance through the current conditions and will continue to provide growth in shareholder value."

Earlier this month, the company conducted a series of continuing professional development sessions addressing feline hyperthyroidism in a number of UK locations.ADNFCR-8000103-ID-800431826-ADNFCR

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