Valdor Experiences Significant Revenue Growth in 2014
January 1 – March 31
April 1 – June 30
July 1 – September 30
October 1 – December 31
In the 4th quarter of 2014, the gross profit was greater than the burn rate.
Mr. John Hammock, Executive VP Sales & Marketing, Niagara Streaming Media, states: “During the past four years, and especially the past 18 months, due to consolidation in the encoder industry and our advantage on price, features and functionality, our competition in the global market has declined by about half. Consumers are now beginning to realize the decrease of vendors and we are beginning to realize the benefit. We are confident that our line of products is competitively priced and technologically superior.”
Mr. Elston Johnston, Chairman, states: “Most of our sales growth relates to our streaming media division. John Hammock has been enthusiastically and aggressively driving Niagara sales. He has been meeting our sales objectives and has some great ideas for making 2015 stronger than 2014.”
Valdor is a technology company with two divisions:
1) Valdor Fiber Optics, a fiber optic components company specializing in the design, manufacture and sale of fiber optic splitters, connectors, laser pigtails and other optical and optoelectronic components, including some that use the Valdor proprietary and patented Impact Mount™ technology. The company specializes in harsh environment products and in particular splitters and connectors;
2) Niagara Streaming Media, a streaming video business that owns four patents and markets the Niagara and GoStream product lines. Streaming video is the future of television.
The Valdor business plan incorporates growth by acquisition. For further information on Valdor’s product lines please visit www.valdor.com.
On Behalf Of the Board of Directors of
VALDOR TECHNOLOGY INTERNATIONAL INC.
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