CORONA, Calif., Dec. 9, 2010 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Mr. Daniel Medina, President of the Company mentioned, "We have successfully delivered products to our customers during the first six months of this fiscal year, while focusing on process improvements. We have dedicated team players working towards the objective and mission of the Company and currently, our morale is high."
"We earned $418,791 in revenues for the second quarter and $907,051 in revenues for the first six months of this fiscal year. Our Income from operations was recognized in the positive territory for the second quarter. We decreased our net losses by 99% for the second quarter compared to that of the previous year and by 92% for year to date compared to that of the previous year," said Mr. Madhava Rao Mankal, CFO of the Company.
Harbor Guard Boats delivered five boats for the first six months of the Company's fiscal year and two boats for the second quarter. Mr. Tim Spooner commented, "Our second quarter results were a by-product of our commitment to manufacturing quality products for our customers, as well as improving customer support. Our boats are well received by our current customers as the most practical for their specific missions."
About Medina International Holdings, Inc.: Medina International Holdings, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board : MIHI ) through its wholly owned subsidiary, Harbor Guard Boats manufactures commercial fire, rescue, police and patrol boats, ranging from 15' to 37'. All products are manufactured in the USA.
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Contact: Daniel Medina, President, +1-909-522-4414
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