Fluke Biomedical releases its biggest test automation software update ever

3/17/2015

From a segmental perspective, combined currency-neutral sales of the adidas and Reebok brands in the third quarter of 2015 grew particularly strongly in Western Europe, Greater China, Latin America and MEAA, with revenues up at double-digit rates each. Currency-neutral sales in Western Europe increased 18% in the third quarter, due to strong double-digit sales growth at adidas and a mid-single-digit increase at Reebok. Currency-neutral sales in North America in the third quarter increased 6%. Double-digit sales increases at adidas were partly offset by sales declines at Reebok. Greater China sales in the third quarter increased 15% currency-neutral, mainly as a result of continued double-digit sales growth at adidas. In addition, revenues at Reebok more than doubled. Russia/CIS sales in the third quarter decreased 7% currency-neutral, due to sales declines at both adidas and Reebok. This development was impacted by further store closures in the own-retail network. Currency-neutral sales in Latin America were up 20% in the third quarter, as a result of significant double-digit sales growth at both adidas and Reebok. Japan sales in the third quarter increased 6% currency-neutral, due to mid-single-digit sales growth at adidas and double-digit sales increases at Reebok. Currency-neutral sales in MEAA increased 14% in the third quarter, due to double-digit sales growth at both adidas and Reebok.