Locked content Wojas revenue up 14.8% in August

In August revenue of Polish footwear manufacturer and distributor Wojas grew by 14.8 percent y/y to PLN 16.8 million, the company informed. Revenue from retail sales stood at PLN 13.3 million and was higher by 14.2 percent than in August 2017. In the January-August period, total revenue amounted to ...

Locked content Wojas revenue up 5.7% in July

In July revenue of Polish footwear manufacturer and distributor Wojas grew by 5.7 percent y/y to PLN 16.3 million, the company informed.  Consolidated revenue from retail sales in July amounted to PLN 14.3 million, registering an increase of 8.1 percent compared to a year ago. During the first seven...

Locked content Wojas revenue down by 9.2% in June

The revenue of Polish footwear manufacturer and distributor Wojas fell in June by 9.2 percent y/y to PLN 20.6 million, the company reported. Consolidated revenue from retail sales in June amounted to PLN 16.2 million, a decrease of 9.2 percent from June 2017. In H1 Wojas consolidated revenue amounte...

Locked content Wojas decides to pay dividend of PLN 0.2/shr

The WSE-listed Polish footwear manufacturer and distributor Wojas shareholders decided to pay the dividend of PLN 0.2 per share or PLN 2.54 million in total for 2017, the company said in a statement. The record date will be July 13,  and the dividend will be paid on July 31. In 2016 Wojas paid PLN 0...

Locked content Wojas sees big year-end increase in sales

Polish shoe producer Wojas reported in a press release on Thursday that its consolidated sales were PLN 22 million in December, a 17 percent increase, y/y. It also reported that revenues from these sales amounted to PLN 18.15 million, which represented a 10 percent increase, y/y. During the entire y...

Locked content Wojas enters Romania

Shoe manufacturer Wojas wants to have 160 outlets abroad and is planning to enter the Romanian market later this year, Wiesław Wojas, CEO told Polish daily Puls Biznesu. “We have around 160 stores in Poland, 70-80 percent of what we assumed. Now it is time for foreign markets, where we also wa...

Locked content Wojas to get rid of stake in Chochołowskie Termy

Footwear producer Wojas is still planning to sell its shares in Chochołowskie Termy, a leisure facility located in the Tatry mountains. The Polish firm hopes to raise over PLN 240 million, Rzeczpospolita daily reported. In June, Wojas signed a preliminary deal to sell the facility, but due to a lack...

Locked content Shoe companies eye new markets

The home market proves to be too small for Polish companies. Producers plan new investments to expand their businesses abroad. Wiesław Wojas, the CEO of the WSE-listed Wojas S.A, aims to grow by 10-15% in 2015, mainly by increasing presence on foreign markets. “We have outlets in neighbor countries ...