Aphria Sees 46% Increase in Adult-use Cannabis Sales in Q2 2020

- January 14th, 2020

Aphria reported its results for the second quarter and that Irwin D. Simon will officially remove “interim” from his title of CEO.

Aphria (NYSE:APHA,TSX:APHA) reported its results for the second quarter ended November 30, 2019 and that Irwin D. Simon will officially remove “interim” from his title of CEO, effective today.

As quoted in the press release:

In addition to his responsibilities as Aphria’s Chairman of the Board, Mr. Simon had been serving as Interim Chief Executive Officer since February 2019.

“We are very pleased with our strong growth and execution in Canada demonstrated by our increase in adult-use cannabis revenue and positive adjusted EBITDA as a result of our compelling brands and market positioning,” stated Irwin D. Simon, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “We are continuing to expand our capabilities internationally with solid progress during the quarter in Germany and South America and look to monetize non-core assets. We are confident in our market position and our ability to generate sustainable profit growth. I am honoured to continue to work closely with our tremendous team around the world to fuel growth and value for all of our stakeholders. Going forward, we believe our brands, cultivation expertise, cash position and balance sheet will continue to differentiate us in the cannabis industry, and we remain focused on the highest return opportunities for growth.”

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