Unilever Nigeria records a 24% increase in its profit after tax in Q2 2019

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Unilever Nigeria released its results yesterday for the quarter ended June 2019 with a N23.42 billion turnover in Q2. The Company recorded a considerable leap in Q2 to record a 24% increase in its profit after tax which stood at N1.9 billion.

The company reported a growth of 18% in its turnover from N19.2 billion in Q1 2019 to N23.4 billion in Q2 2019, although the result shows a decline of 11% in its turnover from N48.1 billion in June 2018 to N42.6 billion in June 2019. Profit after tax from continuing operations dipped by 37% from N5.6 billion in June 2018 to N3.5 billion in June 2019 but the Company reported an increase of 24% in profit after tax from a profit of N1.5 billion in Q1 2019 to a profit of N2 billion in Q2 2019.

Cost of sales decreased marginally by 4.5% from N32.8 billion in June 2018 to N31.3 billion in June 2019 in line with the decrease in turnover while the cost of sales increased by 3.6% to N15.9 billion in Q2 2019 from N15.4 billion in Q1 2019 also in line with the marginal increase in Q2 turnover. 

In a statement released by the company, Unilever Nigeria assured shareholders of its efforts to ensure sustained and steady growth in the company’s operations engineered to achieve better returns on their investments.

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“Although Unilever Nigeria continues to operate in a tough environment, we are now beginning to see momentum behind enhanced costs and operational efficiencies.  Unilever Nigeria remains focused on its short- and long-term growth ambitions with a clear emphasis on cost and operational efficiencies, increasing market share across key categories, reinvesting behind our iconic brands and improved route-to-market.” Said, the Managing Director, Unilever Nigeria, Yaw Nsarkoh. 

These strategic initiatives rest on our global best practices, strong heritage as well as the professionalism of our people.

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