Raydan Reaches New Heights

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EDMONTON, Alta. – Edmonton’s Raydan Manufacturing is enjoying continued success having achieved record revenues for the 2004 fiscal year and the fourth quarter. The company’s record-setting year was largely due to increased demand for its Air Link air ride walking beam suspension which has gained market acceptance by both OEMs and end-users. Revenues increased 11 per cent to $6.7 million for the fiscal year ending Apr. 30, 2004 while unit sales jumped 28 per cent.

“Fiscal 2004 has been a tremendous year of growth for Raydan,” says president and CEO Ray English.

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