Turnover from network operations has exceeded expectations and the company continues to remain profitable during difficult times both for other networks and the industry in general.
The company, who generated its first post tax profits for six years in the year ending December 31 2003, attributes much of the strong performance this year to continued dedication to improving customer service and rationalising costs.
Peter Coleman, finance director at Burns-Anderson's, says: “We are now well past the midway point of the network's financial year and we have made a positive start, continuing to build on our excellent performance last year.
“We expect to continue to achieve modest profits over the remaining months of the year resulting in another good performance for the financial year as a whole. As always, the aim of the network is to attract business by continuing to offer the highest standard of service to our membership, and with this in mind it is the network's aim to reinvest a substantial element of any profits generated back into the network.”