- Infection prevention product supplier Tristel said it expected to report a rise in annual profit of at least 7.3% after revenue from overseas markets grew.

Pre-tax profit for the year through June was expected to reach at least £4.4m, up from £4.1m on-year, the company said.

Turnover would grew to a record £22.2m, up from £20.3m on year.

Revenue from overseas markets contributed 51.3% of the group total, up from 47% on-year.

At 30 June, the company had a cash balance of £6.7m, up from £5.1m a year earlier, and no debt.

Tristel said it would declare a final dividend when it releases results in October.

At 8:26am: [LON:TSTL] Tristel PLC share price was -7.5p at 312.5p

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