FT. WORTH, Texas, Jan. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Galenfeha, Inc. (OTC:GLFH) is pleased to announce that the company has exceeded its projected fourth quarter revenue increase of 50% by an additional 15.6% over third quarter revenue of $275,000.00. This milestone solidifies the company's revenue generating ability even in the midst of today's volatile oil and gas marketplace.
In fiscal year 2015, chemical injection sales represented 40% of the company's revenue, with sales of Galenfeha's stored energy product line offering a 57% contribution.
Galenfeha's product lines are now distributed through a nationwide network of prominent and well-established vendors. With these channels plus the recent addition of strategic alliances in Canada, the company expects revenue growth to continue in 2016.
Lucien Marioneaux, Jr., Galenfeha, Inc. President/CEO commented, "Galenfeha made great strides in 2015, from securing valuable distributorship agreements to increasing sales of both our product lines. We are very optimistic for our future as we enter 2016."
Mark Warren, Galenfeha's recently appointed Chairman added, "I am extremely pleased to see such positive revenue results, especially in the current economic climate. Galenfeha is poised for a very exciting year ahead."
About Galenfeha, Inc.
Galenfeha (GLFH) is a design, engineering, and manufacturing firm with a focus on stored energy solutions with low environmental impact. Galenfeha designs, manufactures and markets a complete line of patent pending, microprocessor controlled, LiFePO4 chemistry battery systems for Oil and Gas measurement and automation as well as a full line of proprietary high precision chemical injection systems.
For more information on Galenfeha's products and services, please visit www.galenfeha.com.
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