DJ Orthopaedics has expressed satisfaction with its financial performance in the 2009 fiscal year, despite the challenging economic climate.
The medical equipment company reported that it has been able to overcome a difficult start to the year to end 2009 with positive net sales growth in constant currency terms.
This allowed the firm to maintain its annual revenues at $946.1 million (615.5 million pounds), which was approximately level with the £948.5 million figure recorded in 2008.
Les Cross, president and chief executive officer of DJ Orthopaedics, praised the company's employees for a "job well done" in 2009 and forecast further success in the coming year.
He said: "We believe that the industry drivers that influence our businesses will continue to gradually improve and that our growth rates will therefore continue to trend favourably."
Last month, the healthcare firm made a donation of equipment such as splints and immobilisers to aid the rescue efforts following the recent earthquakes in Haiti.See all the latest jobs in Medical Devices