Skellerup

Agriculture company

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Skellerup is a New Zealand-based manufacturer of industrial and agricultural rubber products. The company, then called Para Rubber Company, was founded by George Skellerup in 1910 when he opened his first retail store in Christchurch and now employs over 800 people in New Zealand, Australia, the United Kingdom, United States and China.
Skellerup
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Skellerup is a New Zealand-based manufacturer of industrial and agricultural rubber products. The company, then called Para Rubber Company, was founded by George Skellerup in 1910 when he opened his first retail store in Christchurch and now employs over 800 people in New Zealand, Australia, the United Kingdom, United States and China.
Skellerup
Skellerup
Skellerup is a New Zealand-based manufacturer of industrial and agricultural rubber products. The company, then called Para Rubber Company, was founded by George Skellerup in 1910 when he opened his first retail store in Christchurch and now employs over 800 people in New Zealand, Australia, the United Kingdom, United States and China.

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Skellerup Holdings reported a 10 per cent decline in first-half profit as the United States-China trade war dulled demand for its rubber industrial components. Net profit fell to $12.1m in the six months ended December 31, from $13.4m a year earlier. Revenue edged up 2 per cent to $122.9m, while earnings before interest and tax fell 7 per cent to $18m.

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