Good news from Chartwell
Calgary-based turnkey provider Chartwell Technology has produced another positive set of business figures, reporting on the three and six months period ended April 30, 2007 with US$13.8 million cash in the bank, fresh business contracts and rising revenues up at US$ 5.6 million (previous $4.8 million) over the three month period. EBITDA for the period was US$ 600 000.
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