Delta Apparel Inc  (DLA)
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Price: $1.2300 $0.02 1.653%
Day's High: $1.26 Week Perf: -16.89 %
Day's Low: $ 1.17 30 Day Perf: -48.96 %
Volume (M): 51 52 Wk High: $ 11.49
Volume (M$): $ 63 52 Wk Avg: $6.75
Open: $1.23 52 Wk Low: $1.17

 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 9
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 7
 Employees 7,400
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 356
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) -68
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) 0
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 3

Delta Apparel Inc

Delta Apparel, Inc. is an international apparel design, marketing, manufacturing and sourcing company that features a diverse portfolio of lifestyle basics and branded activewear apparel and headwear. We specialize in selling casual and athletic products through a variety of distribution channels and distribution tiers, including specialty stores, boutiques, department stores, mid and mass channels, e-retailers, and the U.S. military. Our products are also made available direct-to-consumer on our websites at www.saltlife.com, www.soffe.com, www.junkfoodclothing.com, and www.deltaapparel.com. We believe this diversified distribution allows us to capitalize on our strengths to provide casual activewear to consumers purchasing from most types of retailers.

We design and internally manufacture the majority of our products, which allows us to offer a high degree of consistency and quality controls as well as leverage scale efficiencies. One of our strengths is the speed with which we can reach the market from design to delivery. We have manufacturing operations located in the United States, El Salvador, Honduras and Mexico, and use domestic and foreign contractors as additional sources of production. Our distribution facilities are strategically located throughout the United States to better serve our customers with same-day shipping on our catalog products and weekly replenishments to retailers.

Salt Life is an authentic, aspirational and lifestyle brand that embraces those who love the ocean and everything associated with it. From fishing, diving and surfing, to beach fun and sun-soaked relaxation, the Salt Life brand says "I live the Salt Life". Products consist of tee shirts, board shorts, technical fishing apparel, rash guards and performance clothing featuring our own trademarked UVAPOR fabrics. Salt Lifes distribution includes surf shops, specialty stores, department stores and sporting goods retailers.

Junk Food emerged in 1998 as the original vintage t-shirt brand. Known for its soft, comfortable fabrics and witty art, the Junk Food brand is a celebrity favorite carried in the top stores throughout the world, including branded collaborations with Bloomingdales, Nordstrom, Gap Inc. and other notable retailers. Also a licensing powerhouse, Junkfood has distribution rights to numerous pop-culture properties across multiple categories, including rock & roll, fictional characters, movies, sports, and foods and beverages. The Junk Food brand continues to expand beyond its iconic tee shirt collections with new apparel categories, accessories, and headwear. In fiscal year 2014, Junkfood opened its first flagship retail store on Abbot Kinney in Venice, California. Junkfoods diversified business model includes both private and branded labels, with a portfolio that includes Junk Food®, Junk Food Art House, Wknd, Stray Heart®, K-38, The Neighborhood Thieves®, Love + Art®, and True Vintage®.

Soffe is currently positioned in the marketplace as an All-American lifestyle activewear brand that designs, produces, and markets products for men, women, juniors, and children. The womens offerings are grounded in the brands heritage in the cheerleading market and include a newly introduced performance segment that utilizes technical fabrics as well as crossover fun-fashion influences. As a supplier to the military since 1946, the Soffe mens offerings are rooted in our military heritage. Core items include both contract-driven issued garments as well as branded basics that have become enlisted-soldier must-haves. Soffe also offers Intensity by Soffe, a uniform collection that outfits competitive athletes on-the-field. By incorporating trend-leading fits and an overall fashion-on-the-field sensibility, Intensity by Soffe creates performance uniforms, practice gear, and accessories. Soffe has a diverse distribution network that includes all military branches, big-box sporting goods retailers, mid-tier department stores, and an independent network of sales representatives that service independent sporting goods retailers, team dealers, screen printers, and schools.
Delta offers a wide assortment of basic, high-quality apparel garments for the entire family under its primary brand names Delta Pro Weight® and Delta Magnum Weight®. Delta products are offered in a broad range of colors available in six-month infant to adult sizes up to 5X. The Pro Weight® line represents a diverse selection of mid-weight, 100% cotton silhouettes in a large color palette. The Magnum Weight® line is designed to give our customers a variety of silhouettes in a heavier-weight, 100% cotton fabric. In 2015, we launched a fleece program, which includes a fashionable, light-weight French terry line and a comfortable heavy-weight fleece. These unisex products help Delta meet the seasonal demands of our diversified customer base. New for 2016, we are adding trendy snow heathers to the fleece line, along with other fashion basics.

FunTees designs, markets and manufactures private label custom knit t-shirts primarily to major branded sportswear companies. The majority of this merchandise is embellished and sold to our customers with a wide variety of packaging services so that products are shipped store-ready.

Art Gun is a leader in direct-to-garment printing, with one of the most highly automated factory processes for delivering on-demand, direct-to-garment, digitally printed garments of all types. Art Gun prints single, custom items and ship products to consumers in over 40 countries worldwide.

A key to the success of our businesses is our ability to anticipate and quickly respond to changing consumer preferences. Our art team reviews trend reports, concepts and color trends to keep our products and designs in style. This information is used by our in-house designers and merchandisers, along with our sales and marketing personnel, who review market trends, sales results and the popularity of our latest products to design new merchandise to meet the expected future demands of our consumers.

   Company Address: 2750 Premier Parkway, Suite 100 Duluth 30097 GA
   Company Phone Number: 775-6900   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NYSEAMER DLA

Customers Net Income grew by DLA's Customers Net Profit Margin grew to

85.53 %

6.37 %

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Delta Apparel Inc Exceeds Expectations with Three Months of Strong Demand in Q2 2024 Earnings Season

Despite the weak demand that led to an increase in losses for Delta Apparel Inc in the first quarter of 2024, there is reason for optimism moving forward. The substantial rise in shortfall per share may seem alarming at first glance, but it is important to consider the context of the current economic climate. The global supply chain disruptions and overall decrease in consumer spending have affected numerous industries, and Delta Apparel Inc is no exception.
While revenue saw a significant decrease compared to the previous year, it is crucial to note that the Q1 revenue only dropped slightly from the last quarter of 2023. This could indicate that the company is starting to stabilize after a period of uncertainty. Additionally, the growth in losses per share may be a result of necessary investments in the business to adapt to the changing market conditions.

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DLA Experiences Substantial Revenue Decline in Challenging Fiscal Interval Ending Dec 30, 2023

The recent financial results of Delta Apparel Inc have highlighted weak orders and a decline in revenue, leading to an increase in net deficit per share. The company, operating in the Apparel, Footwear & Accessories sector, experienced a difficult fourth quarter in 2023. However, amidst these challenges, there are potential opportunities and strategies that can help the company improve its future performance.
Declining Revenue and Inventories:
In the most recent fiscal period, Delta Apparel Inc reported a significant decline in revenue of -25.207% compared to the previous year. This drop from $106.62 million to $79.75 million reflects challenging market conditions and subdued demand for the company's products. Furthermore, the level of inventories decreased to $196.3 million from the previous quarter, suggesting a potential need to align production levels with lower demand.
Net Losses and Slowing Demand:
The net deficit per share increased from $-0.51 to $-1.22, indicating growing losses for the company. The first quarter of 2024 saw a net loss of $-8.533 million, a considerable rise from the $-3.599 million reported in the same period the year before. These results demonstrate the negative impact of declining revenue on the company's profitability.

Delta Apparel Inc

Delta Apparel Inc Faces Alarming -20.15% Revenue Drop in Fourth Quarter of 2023 Earnings Season

In the face of an increasingly volatile market, Delta Apparel Inc, an industry-leading player in the Apparel, Footwear, & Accessories sector, has reported a steep decline in its financial performance for the fourth quarter of 2023. While the company faced significant setbacks in revenue and earnings, there are signs of progress that hint at potential future growth. Let's examine the context of the financial results.
Q4 2023 Performance:
Delta Apparel Inc faced a tough quarter, recording zero earnings per share (EPS) as compared to a loss of $0.04 per share in the previous year's comparable quarter. Sequentially, the company experienced a significant decline from a loss of $0.90 per share in the previous quarter. This decline in EPS is a clear indication of the challenges faced by the company during this period.

Delta Apparel Inc

Delta Apparel Inc. Struggles in Q2 2023 - Earnings Plummet and Revenue Takes a Hit

Delta Apparel Inc., a leading manufacturer and marketer of apparel, headwear, and accessories, has reported some disappointing Q2 earnings for 2023. For the quarter, the company posted a per-share shortfall of $-1.00, an increase from the prior period's $-0.51, and a significant decrease from the $1.44 in earnings reported a year ago.
The company's revenue also took a hit, declining by an impressive -16.221% to $110.34 million compared to last year's $131.70 million. However, there was a slight increase of 2.833% in sequential revenue from the prior quarter's $107.30 million. Despite the sequential uptick, the numbers still fell short, and the company logged a net shortfall of $-6.998 million compared to the $10.126 million in net proceeds recorded in the same period the previous year.


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