Before the opening bell, National Waste Management Holdings, Inc. (OTC: NWMH) announced its financial results for the three months ended September 30, 2016. Notably, the company achieved year-over-year revenue growth of 269 percent, recording $1.7 million in total revenue for the quarter. National Waste recorded similar growth for the first nine months of 2016, with total revenue of $4.8 million, which marked an increase of 262 percent from the comparable period of 2015.
This financial growth is largely attributable to the company’s aggressive acquisition strategy, highlighted through the 2015 acquisitions of Waste Recovery Enterprises and Gateway Rolloff Services. National Waste leveraged this strategy once again in June of this year, when it acquired Sivart Services, a roll-off and compactor business located in Worchester, New York, in an effort to expand its geographic footprint in the northeast while supporting additional revenue growth.
“We are pleased to report our third-quarter 2016 results, marking three consecutive quarters of triple-digit quarterly revenue growth. Our third-quarter performance largely reflects the effectiveness of our acquisition strategy and, in correlation, our growing customer base,” Louis Paveglio, chief executive officer of National Waste, stated in this morning’s news release. “Moving forward, we expect to see continued improvements in profitability as a result of our acquisitions of WRE and Gateway in 2015, supported by our acquisition of Sivart Services earlier this year and our rapidly expanding presence in the northeast.”
In addition to its strong financial performance, National Waste made efforts to strengthen its position in the solid waste management industry during the third quarter by expanding its management team. On August 18, 2016, the company appointed Dali Kranzthor to the position of chief financial officer. Kranzthor added considerable financial experience to the National Waste team, having previously served in leadership roles with numerous privately-held and publicly-held firms located throughout Florida. Most recently, he served as the director of audit and assurance and valuation services at a boutique accounting firm in St. Petersburg, where he worked with both large private businesses and high wealth individuals.
“During the third quarter of 2016 we continued to execute on our business model and build our team and footprint through effective management and acquisitions,” Kranzthor added in this morning’s news release. “When I joined National Waste in the fall of this year, I walked into a flurry of progression and look forward to providing my expertise for continued growth for the remainder of 2016 and beyond.”
Moving forward, National Waste could look to continue its revenue growth through the completion of additional accretive acquisitions. In a news release earlier this year, Paveglio stated that National Waste had already identified a number of potential acquisition targets that are consistent with its business strategy. The momentum provided by these and other ongoing initiatives is expected to spur additional revenue growth as National Waste continues to expand its solid waste solutions in order to meet growing demand.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.nationalwastemgmt.com
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