Net income up 47% in Q3 for UT Holdings
Japanese staffing company UT Holdings has released its financial results for the third quarter for the year ending 31st March 2018.
The company, which specialises in worker dispatching services in the fields of manufacturing, design development and construction, has reported increased performance.
CEO, Yoichi Wakayama, reported that the company had achieved revenue of ¥60,022m (up almost 45% year on year). The Tokyo-based recruiter made net income of ¥2,293m (up 46.9% year on year). Forecast for its next year are sales of ¥82,000m and profits of ¥3,400m.
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