NORTH TONAWANDA, N.Y: Taylor Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ SmallCap: "TAYD") announced today that it had first quarter sales of $9,923,628, up slightly from last year's first quarter sales of $9,090,699.

Net earnings for the first quarter were $1,847,863, up significantly from last year's first quarter earnings of $1,002,371.

"The very strong execution by our team in FY23 continued this first quarter of FY24 with sales finishing just shy of the $10M mark thus extending our run of consecutive quarters greater than $9M to six while also improving by 9% year on year," stated Tim Sopko, CEO. He continued, "Additionally, our team's proactive management and control of costs combined with the benefits from continuous improvements over the past several years is evidenced by the net income for the quarter finishing at 18.6% of sales vs. the 11.0% of sales achieved in Q1 last year." He further commented, "Once again, all three of our customer product groups; Aerospace/Defense, Structural and Industrial contributed to these results thus showing the benefits of our market diversity." He concluded, "As our FY24 continues, we remain focused on our growth strategies supported by our continued investments in our team, technologies (R&D) and facilities."

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