Sales surpass £80m at home interiors group

Home interiors specialist BHID Group, which owns furniture brand Neville Johnson and kitchen firm Tom Howley, has reported a growth in turnover as sales surpassed £80m.

According to its latest filed accounts for the year ended 30 April 2023, total group sales rose 7.1% to £83.9m from £78.3m in 2022.

Pre-tax profit resulted at £2m, down from £3.5m recorded the previous year.

Stated within its report, the group said despite ongoing supply chain challenges, demand was strong with order intake being over 25% greater than the pre-Covid FY19 period.

“This has been aided by the shift in digital adoption by clients, together with our focused digital marketing strategy. We are generating higher quality client leads that are also more cost effective.

“In line with the strong demand and order intake, the outstanding order book increased from just under £75m at FY22 year end to over £77m.”

Part of the group is fitted furniture firm Neville Johnson, which posted sales of £32.2m, a decline of 3% from £33.2m in the period. Pre-tax profit resulted at £908,000, down from £2.4m. Meanwhile, Tom Howley Kitchens saw sales rise 14.8% to £45.5m from £39.6m, with pre-tax profit resulting at £4.1m, down from £5.1m year-on-year.

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