Rocky Mountain Dealerships reported that net earning in the quarter ending Sept. 30 rose almost 37 percent to $9.07 million.
Total sales were $238.9 million, up 7.3 percent.
The results were the best that Rocky has posted since 2012. The improved sales, coupled with a streamlined cost structure, “allowed us to deliver a great quarter,” Garrett Ganden, president and chief executive officer, said in a release.
The company reduced the cost of its inventory by almost seven percent and increased inventory turnover by 16 compared to last year.