Stadium roofing company Hightex, supplier of Wimbledon's Centre Court retractable roof, resumed trading on AIM on Wednesday following a six-month hiatus.
Hightex was suspended from trading on September 26th because of uncertainty over certain receivables due from its Brazilian joint venture, SEPA Hightex Coberturas Ltda, which prevented the company from reporting its financial statements for the half-year ended June 30th.
The company was re-admitted to AIM as it published the first half results on Wednesday.
The firm reported a turnover of €3.4m, down from €7.9m, and gross profits dropped to €0.5m from €1.1m.
The pre-tax loss widened to €1.5m from €1m.
The company blamed the troubles with its Brazilian joint venture and a delay on work on the Prince Sultan Cultural Centre in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, as a result of changes in local construction codes.
Hightex has entered into a loan facility agreement of up to $10m with the TCA Global Credit Master Fund LP to provide working capital for the next half.
Charles DesForges, Executive Chairman of Hightex, said: "We are very pleased to be trading on AIM once again and thank TCA for their support in this process.
"We now have funds which will allow us to build on our acknowledged technical expertise. Hightex continues to work on a pipeline of substantial projects and we look forward to updating shareholders in due course."
Mobile generator supplier APR Energy posted a 16% jump in full-year revenue on the back of what the group described as strong operating and financial growth.
The increase in revenue, from $265.7m to $308.3m, helped drive a 15% increase in adjusted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) from $157.0m to $181.2m. The adjusted EBITDA margin held steady at 59%.
However, the group posted a 9% decrease in adjusted annual losses, from $53.3m to $48.3m, as the cost of sales climbed from $165.0m to $197.3m year-on-year and finance costs jumped from $4.6m to $21.6m, which partly related to the acquisition of the GE business in October.
Basic earnings per share fell $0.08 to $0.60, which was in part due to the 15.5m shares
issued to GE as part of the acquisition deal.
John Campion, Chief Executive Officer, said: "2013 has been a good year for APR Energy, in which we delivered continuing strong operating and financial growth. The record number of new contract wins as well as a renewal rate in excess of 90% shows the attractiveness of longer-term, larger-scale power solutions, as well as our ability to deliver against the market opportunity.
"The integration of the GE business is proceeding and we are already seeing marketing opportunities from the strategic alliance. We remain focused on ensuring that our rapid growth is matched by a disciplined approach to capital expenditure and cash management."
He also said the group had made a positive start to 2014 with the extension of its 200 megawatt project in Libya and new contract wins of 142 megawatt in Myanmar and the South Pacific.
The current expectations for 2014 reflect strong year-on-year growth, he explained, adding that the business was performing in line with expectations.
Signing of mobile gas turbine contract
The group also announced that it had scored a a mobile gas turbine contract to provide fast-track power to an industrial customer in the South Pacific.
The plant will comprise mobile gas turbines producing a guaranteed 60 megawatt and will power the customer's mining operations.