losses narrow as sales jump despite global freight issues

MADE.COM_s-London-flagship-showroom-has-just-reopened-with-a-new-look-(Image-courtesy-of-MADE.COM) reported narrowing losses before tax for the first half, with gross sales and adjusted profits for the period offsetting global freight issues.

For the six months to June 30 the pureplay furniture specialist reported a 5.1% narrowing of losses for the period to £10.1m, while gross sales jumped 54% to £214m.

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