Jack Wolfskin, which is going under new management, has reported a 6.5 percent sales increase to €365 million for the financial year ended last Sept. 30, after declines of one percent and 8 percent in the previous two years, but this was apparently due primarily to its international expansion, notably in China and the U.K. The company said that the situation remained challenging in its core German and Austrian markets. As already reported in a previous issue, Jack Wolfskin has taken over the distribution in Greater China from its distributor and licensee, Shanghai Tristate Holdings.