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T. J. T. Reports Substantial Drop in Sales

January 26th, 2013 Comments off

DailyFinance tells MHProNews T. J. T., Inc., based in Eagle, Idaho reports a net loss of $1,149,000, $.25 a diluted share, for fiscal year 2012 for this supplier of axles, tires and set-up supplies for the MH industry. Lower sales volume combined with an increase in SG&A (selling, general and administrative expenses) led to the net loss, which includes a $340,000 loss in Q4 2012. Sales plummeted 57 percent to $821,000 in the fourth quarter compared to the same period 2011. On the year, sales fell 34 percent to $4,004,000 in 2012 for the FY ending Sept. 30, 2012 compared to the previous fiscal year totals. The company formed T. J. T. Transit, LLC in Oct. 2012, a wholly-owned subsidiary designed for the transport of manufactured housing, modular buildings and man camps, which is set to be operational in early 2013. Due to cost-saving measures being taken by the company, T. J. T. will no longer file quarterly or annual reports for public perusal.

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MH Service Provider Opens New Recycling Plant

March 6th, 2012 Comments off

Western U.S. supplier of axles, tires and set-up equipment to the manufactured housing industry, T.J.T., Inc., of Eagle, Idaho announced the opening of its new axle recycling plant in Emmett ID. The company’s president and CEO, Shawn King, sates, “We designed and built a modern, safe, and much more productive facility. This will allow us to further enhance the quality of our products to our valued customers.” MarketWatch tells T.J.T. also recycles tires, and sells aftermarket supplies to the MH, RV, and residential markets.

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Board Member Resigns

December 20th, 2011 Comments off

MarketWatch reports from Eagle, Idaho, that Terrence J. Sheldon has resigned from the board of directors of T.J.T., Inc., effective Dec. 15, 2011. T.J.T. is a major supplier of recycled axles and tires to the manufactured housing industry, serving 14 western states from its recycling facilities in Idaho and California. The company also provides aftermarket products to the manufactured housing, recreational vehicle (RV), and residential housing industries. No immediate replacement has been announced.
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