Johnson Outdoors boosts inventories, sees recovery in diving


Johnson Outdoors ended its financial year on Oct. 1 with a year-on-year increase of 71 percent to $166.6 million in its inventories. The company said it is focused on managing supply chain constraints and related costs, indicating that the demand for its fishing, camping, water recreation and diving products remained ...

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