The Nottingham company recently said profits for the full year were likely to be below market expectations after a dismal end to 2010.
What does TNC stand for?
TNC stands for The Nottingham Company
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Samples in periodicals archive:
But the Nottingham company, which bought North East dealers Reg Vardy for pounds 500m in 2006, said trading so far in 2009 had been better than it expected at the start of the year and forecast further improvements in 2010.
The Nottingham company already draws many of its operatives from theWest Midlands area and Stuart Hill, who took over as managing director of the company in February 2007, hails from the West Midlands.
The Nottingham company, which specialises in military and fantasy figurines, reported a deficit before tax of pounds 192,000 for the six months to December 2.
Peter's car is an early Middlebridge - number eight of the reputed 76 produced by the Nottingham company - but records are difficult to come by now that the firm are no longer in business.
The Nottingham company has five North-East shops, in Newcastle, Gateshead's MetroCentre, Durham, Darlington and Middlesbrough, out of 347 worldwide.
The Nottingham company said its onsite division now represented 68 per cent of group turnover and the number of operations had risen from 53 at the end of 2005 to 71 by the end of 2006.
The Nottingham company, with an office in Wolver-hampton, said pretax profit for the six months to June 30 jumped to pounds 1 million from pounds 700,000.