Supreme Industries reports lower first-quarter earnings

May 1, 2002
Supreme Industries, a Goshen IN-based manufacturer of refrigerated truck bodies and other transportation-related equipment, reports earnings of seven

Supreme Industries, a Goshen IN-based manufacturer of refrigerated truck bodies and other transportation-related equipment, reports earnings of seven cents per share for its first quarter 2002, ending March 31, 2002. This is down from 11 cents per share for the same period in 2001. Revenue in the quarter was $49.8 million, down from $57.3 million in 2001. Revenue from truck body sales decreased 12% from what the company termed “depressed levels” in 2001.

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