EIMAC


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EIMACEducation Information Management Advisory Consortium
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8 million, before taxes, in relocation-related expenses, including unfavorable overhead absorption and manufacturing variances, for its Eimac operations.
The increase in total adjusted EBITDA in the first quarter of fiscal 2007 was due to the increase in sales volume, including the increase in sales of some of the company's higher margin products, and the absence of indirect costs related to the manufacturing disruption caused by the Eimac relocation.
8 million negative impact of the relocation of the Eimac operations on the company's operating income and EBITDA, including:
0 million in indirect costs for unfavorable overhead absorption and manufacturing variances in the Eimac operations related to a $12.
The Eimac division of CPI is a leading producer of IOT's and power grid tubes for television and radio broadcasting, as well as for industrial heating, semiconductor wafer processing, radar, medical and scientific applications.
CPI's underlying operational and financial performance during the third quarter was solid despite the negative impact of our ongoing Eimac relocation and consolidation project.
the impact of the relocation of the Eimac division; -- the weakening of the U.
2 million reduction in medical product sales from the company's Eimac division due to the facility consolidation.
1 million decrease in Eimac communications product sales.
Electronic component distributor Richardson Electronics has expanded its representative agreement with the Eimac Division of Communications & Power Industries, Inc.
3) Represents direct costs related to the relocation of the Eimac operations from the San Carlos, Calif.
In the same quarter in the previous fiscal year, the company's financial results were impacted by move-related expenses, including indirect expenses for unfavorable overhead absorption and manufacturing variances related to the relocation of the company's Eimac operations; favorable foreign currency hedge contracts that expired in March 2006; higher debt levels, with resulting higher interest expense; and a higher effective tax rate.