Taipei, Aug. 9, 2012 (CENS)--Sampo Corporation, Sanyo Electronic (Taiwan) Co., Ltd, and E-Life Mall Corporation, distributors of home appliances in Taiwan, saw booming revenues in July, attributing the feat to hot sales of energy-saving air conditioners and liquid crystal display (LCD) TVs.
According to E-Life, the company posted revenues of NT$ 1.89 billion
(US$ 63 million) in July with a sizable rise of 36.1% year on year (YoY), up 35.3% month on month. And its aggregate revenues in first seven months
NT$ 9.567 billion (US$ 318.9 million), up 22.1% from
NT$ 7.835 billion (US$ 261.16 million) YoY.
Sampo also declared revenues of NT$ 1.165 billion (US$ 38.83 million) in July, exceeding its revenue peak of NT$ 1.041 billion (US$ 34.7 million) last month, hitting a three-year high, with revenues in the first seven months of NT$ 5.688 billion (US$ 189.6 million) for a sharp annual growth of 22.03%.
Simmering weather in July helped push average shipments of Sampo air-conditioners to 1,000 units daily, rising 40%-50% from June, with such performance also helped by governmental subsidies for buying energy-efficient household appliance that expired on July 23. Sampo also attributed rising revenues from digital TV sales to governmental subsidies of NT$ 2,000 (US$ 66.6) for each TV and the London Olympics.
Sanyo's revenues in July reached NT$ 904 million (US$ 30.13 million) with an annual rise of 43.13% and monthly growth of 53.6%. Sanyo's sales revenues of popular products as inverter air conditioners and LCD TVs exceeded market expectations. The company posted sizable revenues with sales via retailers as Tsannkuen Co., Ltd., E-Life Mall Corporation, and Tatung Consumer Products (Taiwan) Co., Ltd.
(by Renee Chen)