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Utenos Trikotazas AB Company Snapshot
Utenos Trikotazas AB operates within the Weft knit fabric mills sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Utenos Trikotazas AB with three other fabric manufacturers in Europe: Novita S.A. of Poland (2016 sales of 92.21 million Polish New Zlotys [US$27.10 million] of which 65% was Spunlace Nonwovens), Fieratex SA of Greece (26.45 million Euro [US$32.41 million] ), and Birko Birlesik Koyunlulular Mensucat Ticaret ve Sanayi AS which is based in Turkey (95.16 million Turkish Liras [US$25.04 million] ).

Sales Analysis. During the year ended December of 2016, sales at Utenos Trikotazas AB were 22.79 million Lithuanian Litas (US$27.93 million). This is an increase of 20.4% versus 2015, when the company's sales were 18.92 million Lithuanian Litas.
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  Stock Performance Chart for Utenos Trikotazas AB
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (1/12/2018): 1.20
(Figures in Lithuanian Litas)
1 Week n/a   13 Weeks 27.7%  
4 Weeks n/a   52 Weeks 47.4%  
Utenos Trikotazas AB Key Data:
  Ticker: UTR1L Country: Lithuania
  Exchanges: Major Industry: Consumer Durables & Apparel
    Sub Industry: Knitting Mills
  2016 Sales 22,790,000
(Year Ending Jan 2017).
Employees: 1,031
  Currency: Lithuanian Litas Market Cap: 11,403,600
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 9,503,000
  Share Type: Closely Held Shares: 6,824,104
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