Johnson Outdoors sees return to pre-pandemic order seasonality


Johnson Outdoors reported a Q4 operating loss of $22.6 million against a profit of $13.3 million for the three months ended Sep. 29, as three of the group’s operating segments generated lower year-over-year sales. The Q4 net loss was $16.0 million against a profit of $9.7 million as total sales ...

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