TFS managing director Frank Wilson.

TFS bullish despite lower profit

Nedlands-based sandalwood producer TFS Corporation has pointed to solid growth in cash revenue and underying earnings to support a positive outlook for the business, despite reporting a fall in net profit after tax.

TFS generated a net profit of $90.1 million for the 2016 financial year, down 20.2 per cent from its $113 million result in FY15, on the back of lower foreign currency exchange gains.

The company also reported a 17.3 per cent drop in revenue to $268.8 million, reflecting a fall in non-cash revenue such as revaluation of plantation assets.


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