The Company said it expects revenues for the second quarter of 2008 to total between $32 million and $35 million, representing an increase of between 65% and 80% over the second quarter of 2007. The Company also noted that it expects earnings for the second quarter of 2008 to total between $6.7 million and $7.8 million, representing an increase of between 57% and 82% over the year-ago second quarter. The expected year-over-year gains in revenues and earnings during the current second quarter, if achieved, would mark the highest quarterly revenue and earnings in the Company’s history.
“CAE’s anticipated results for the second quarter of 2008 is a clear testament to the positive impact of our sharply growing international business, in markets such as the Persian Gulf region, as well as the continuing strength of our brand in our home market of China,” said Ken Yi Luo, China Architectural Engineering’s Chairman and CEO. “More importantly, our growing international presence, sales pipeline, work in process and record project backlog all indicate that the global demand for our unique engineering and construction capabilities is stronger than ever,” concluded Mr. Luo.
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About China Architectural Engineering
China Architectural Engineering, Inc. (CAE) (NASDAQ:CAEI), which began operations in 1992, has maintained a leading position in the global commercial construction industry by providing timely, high-quality, reliable, fully integrated and cost-effective service solutions to its clients utilizing specialized technical expertise in the design, engineering, fabrication and construction of structural exterior cladding systems. It specializes in high-end curtain wall systems (including glass, stone & metal curtain walls), roofing systems, steel construction systems, eco-energy saving building conservation systems and related products, for public works and commercial real estate projects.
CAE has worked with world-renowned architects and building engineers from China and other countries and has completed over 100 large, complex and unique projects throughout China, Hong Kong, Macau, Australia and Southeast Asia, including numerous award-winning landmark buildings in many of Asia's major cities. It is now capitalizing on its industry-leading expertise by expanding aggressively beyond China into some of the most active construction markets in the world, including the Middle East, Central Asia, United States and Eastern Europe.
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