Paddywagon tour company sees profits jump 6%

By Gordon Deegan

Independent bus tour firm, Paddywagon last year enjoyed another bumper year as pre-tax profits increased by 6% to €1.2m.

Newly-filed accounts for Paddywagon Ltd show that the company achieved the profit increase as revenues went up by 9% to €11.26m.

In a year of expansion for the company the numbers employed by the business increased by 32% from 83 to 110 as staff costs increased from €2.47m to €2.77m.

The company last year recorded...
source: BreakingNews.ie

2018-11-15 08:56
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