For the second year in a row, CCS posted turnover growth of 14 per cent in 2011. But, as with so many of its competitors, profits stalled, remaining more-or-less flat at just under £670,000 last year. The company recently claimed it is on course to go past the £80m mark this year. While services sales are rising strongly, the VAR has always stood out for its insistence that the market for product sales remains healthy.
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