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RWC’s core net sales (excluding John Guest) generated $ 782.9 million, 5.1% higher than FY18, and the net sales of John Guest products were at $ 321.1 million, up 8.2% on the prior year.The EBITDA for the year was $ 242.5 million, reflecting a 79.1% increase on the prior year’s figure mainly due to the first full year contribution from John Guest.The company markets its products under brands such as Shark Bite, RMC Water Valves, Cash Acme, Reliance Water Controls, Stream Labs, Holdrite, JG Speedfit, and others.Historically, Reliance Worldwide has achieved sales growth on top of broader market growth.The business currently employs a staff of 800 who manage and operate a fleet of ~250 vehicles servicing more than 18,000 customers every year.Bingo Industries also has the most expansive network of resource recovery and recycling centres across New South Wales and Victoria.The capital expenditure payments on property, plant, equipment, intellectual property and other intangibles acquired during the year totalled $ 69.6 million and the reported net cash inflow from operating activities for the year was $ 136.0 million (FY18: $ 80.1 million).
The stock has an annual dividend yield of 2.41% to date. Cannabis companies that sell both medicinal weed and recreational pot. As of June 29, 2018 the United States Marijuana Index, despite a lot of uncertainty around regulations, has over the past 1 year gained 71.49%, as compared to about 12% gain seen by the S&P 500.The Group is well placed for further growth in FY20 with a full year contribution from DADI, Patons Lane and West Melbourne.The guidance for FY20 is scheduled to be announced at the Annual General Meeting to be held on 13 November 2019.In May 2019, the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) reported some findings from the annual Economic Activity Survey (EAS), which indicated that the growth rates for the wholesale trade and manufacturing industries have rebounded with a strong upswing in EBITDA of 24.5% ($ 4.4 billion) and 10.8% ($ 3.5 billion) in 2017-18, respectively, while the largest contributors to employment growth were service industries during the reported period.With that backdrop, it can be noted that waste management solutions provider, Bingo Industries Limited and manufacturer of water delivery, control and optimisation systems, Reliance Worldwide Corporation are both performing extremely well and reported outstanding results for the financial year 2019.
The Group also successfully delivered on its development program, with West Melbourne Recycling Centre, Patons Lane Recycling Centre and Landfill online during FY19.