Glendale International reports third quarter financial results



    
                     Toronto Stock Exchange Symbol: GIN
    

    OAKVILLE, ON, Oct. 10 /CNW/ - Glendale International Corp. (TSX: GIN)
today reported financial results for the third quarter ended August 29, 2008.

    Financial Results

    Consolidated sales from continuing operations for the third quarter were
$20,522,000 compared to $28,303,000 for the third quarter of last year. Year
to date consolidated sales from continuing operations were $69,108,000
compared to $98,234,000 for the same period in 2007. Net loss from continuing
operations for the third quarter of 2008 was $2,231,000, or $0.24 per share,
compared to net loss from continuing operations of $771,000, or $0.06 per
share, for the third quarter of 2007. Year to date net loss from continuing
operations was $4,812,000, or $0.52 per share, compared to net loss from
continuing operations of $475,000, or $0.04 per share, for the same period in
2007.
    Glendale reports segmented information in its unaudited interim
consolidated financial statements as follows: Recreational Vehicles,
Electronics, and Corporate Office. The financial results for the third quarter
ended August 29, 2008, and year to date 2008 compared to the same periods in
2007 are set out below:

    Recreational Vehicles (Glendale RV and Travelaire)

    Sales for the Recreational Vehicles segment for the third quarter were
$4,774,000 compared to $14,408,000 for the third quarter of 2007. Year to date
sales were $23,304,000 compared to $55,165,000 for the same period in 2007.
    Net loss for the Recreational Vehicle segment for the third quarter of
2008 was $2,173,000 compared to net loss of $538,000 for the third quarter of
the prior year. Year to date net loss was $4,090,000 compared to net earnings
of $348,000 for the same period in 2007.
    The Recreational Vehicle segment is comprised of two operating divisions,
Glendale RV located in Strathroy, Ontario and Travelaire located in Red Deer,
Alberta.

    
    Glendale RV
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    Sales at Glendale RV were $3,398,000 in the current quarter compared to
$8,459,000 in the prior year quarter representing a decrease of $5,061,000, or
59.8%. Year to date sales were $16,581,000 compared to $31,459,000 for the
same period in 2007. The decrease in sales is the result of a combination of
negative economic factors including: the weak economy in the US, tightening
credit restrictions, the increased cost of fuel, the increased number of US
imports to Canada and the strengthening Canadian currency.
    Net loss for the Glendale RV division for the third quarter ended
August 29, 2008 was $1,417,000 compared to a net loss of $381,000 for the same
quarter of 2007. Year to date net loss was $1,747,000 compared to net loss of
$399,000 for the same period in 2007.
    The combination of negative economic factors had a significant negative
impact on the sales levels and profitability of Glendale RV's business. 
During the third quarter the Recreational Vehicle Industry of America reported
year over year declines of recreational vehicle shipments of 31.9% in June,
38.7% in July, and 44.4% in August.  When the economic environment does
recover, Glendale RV will be well positioned for an increase in dealer demand
as our dealer inventories are down approximately 35% while retail sales of our
Titanium product is only down approximately 18%.  We are also well positioned
to survive the economic downturn.  Excluding Glendale's subsidiary Firan
Technology Group Corporation, Glendale had no debt and working capital
relating to its continuing operations of $21,439,000, including cash and cash
equivalents of $10,394,000 as at August 29, 2008.

    
    Travelaire
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    Sales at Travelaire were $1,376,000 in the current quarter compared to
$5,949,000 in the prior year quarter representing a decrease of $4,573,000 or
77%. Year to date sales were $6,723,000 compared to $23,706,000 for the same
period in 2007.
    Net loss for the Travelaire division for the third quarter ended
August 29, 2008 was $756,000 compared to a net loss of $157,000 for the same
quarter of 2007. Year to date net loss was $2,343,000 compared to net earnings
of $747,000 for the same period in 2007.
    The decrease in sales at Travelaire is the result of the same negative
economic factors that Glendale RV has experienced with two additional
disadvantages. Travelaire has not been able to reduce its material cost by
purchasing in the US due to its location and has seen an influx of inexpensive
recreational vehicle imports from the United States to Western Canada. As a
result of these factors we continue to focus our attention on the manufacture
of relocatable structures, workforce accommodations, mobile office units and
well site units for the natural resource and construction industries in
Western Canada. In order to make this transition a success we recently hired
Mr. John McCook as our new President of the Travelaire Relocatable Structures
division. John has significant experience in this industry in Western Canada
and will be a valuable addition to our team going forward.
    We will also continue to manufacture park models at Travelaire as we feel
we can compete in this market due to the shipping cost our US competition must
incur to transport this product to Western Canada.
    "We are very excited about the potential in Western Canada for the
manufacture of relocatable structures and are extremely happy to have
John McCook joining our team who brings a wealth of industry knowledge",
commented Ed Hanna Chairman and CEO of Glendale.

    Electronics (Firan Technology Group Corporation TSX: FTG)

    Net sales increased by $1,853,000 or 13%, from $13,895,000 in the third
quarter of 2007 to $15,748,000 in the third quarter of 2008. Excluding the
impact of the strengthening Canadian dollar compared to the US dollar, revenue
was up approximately $2.3 million or 16% over the same period last year.
    The Circuit division sales increased by $1.9 million or 17% over the same
period last year. The acquisition of Filtran increased revenues during the
quarter by $700,000 which was all generated from FTG facilities as the Filtran
facility was closed at the end of March 2008. The transition of Filtran
business continues to progress well. All of the Filtran equipment has been
moved to FTG's facilities and all critical items are operational. Year-to-date
FTG has been qualified at a number of key new accounts as a result of this
acquisition including Merrimac Industries, Lockheed Martin Corporation, L-3
Narda, Raytheon, Macom, and many others. FTG's share of high speed and RF
printed circuit boards has increased dramatically this year and should
continue to increase as more qualifications are completed and key programs
ramp up.
    For the Aerospace division, sales in the third quarter of 2008 were
$3,002,000 compared to $3,018,000 in the third quarter of 2007. Sales levels
for the third quarter 2007 were unusually high due to a increase in shipments
at the end of the quarter just ahead of the move to a new facility. The
business continues to see strong demand from existing and new customers.
    Year to date FTG's revenues are up $2.7 million or 6% compared to the
same period last year. Excluding the impact of the exchange rate, revenues are
up 15% year over year.
    FTG experienced strong bookings across all divisions in the third quarter
of 2008. Total bookings in the quarter were over $16 million and the
book-to-bill ratio was 1.04:1. The book-to-bill was 0.97:1 for FTG Circuits
and 1.32:1 for FTG Aerospace. The Aerospace ratio is impacted by the timing of
large individual orders from customers which typically levels out over a full
year period. Total backlog of orders at the end of the third quarter were
$16 million. FTG continues to add customers and reduce its dependence on any
one customer.
    Gross margin increased by $509,000 to $3,559,000 or 23% of sales for the
third quarter of 2008 as compared with $3,050,000 or 22% of sales in the third
quarter of 2007. The increase in gross margin is the result of increased
revenues and the ongoing focus on higher technology products offset by the
impact of the exchange rate and material cost increases.
    Net earnings before non-controlling interest for the third quarter of
2008 were $190,000 as compared to a loss of $182,000 in the third quarter of
2007. FTG continues to invest in R&D to expand its product offerings and
capture new customers and programs. R&D investments in the third quarter 2008
were $715,000 including R&D relating to Filtran products compared to $984,000
in the third quarter of 2007. Included in the third quarter 2008 was $177,000
in restructuring costs related to the Filtran acquisition. Included in third
quarter 2007 was a recovery of $86,000 for research and development costs.
Year to date net loss before non-controlling interest was $651,000 compared to
earnings of $642,000 for the same period last year.
    FTG had many accomplishments in the third quarter of 2008 that continue
to improve and position it for the future which are as follows:

    
    -   The continued transition of the equipment and customers of Filtran
        Microcircuits, Inc. to existing FTG facilities
    -   A reduction of sales to the United States from 86% in Q3, 2007 to 74%
        in Q3, 2008, reducing the Corporation's exposure to the US dollar.
    

    FTG had a positive cash flow from operations of $951,000 in the third
quarter of 2008 compared to negative cash flow of $68,000 in the third quarter
of 2007. This improvement is due to improved operating results and improved
working capital management. Subsequent to the Filtran acquisition in the first
quarter of 2008 which was financed from FTG operating line, FTG has repaid
bank debt of $978,000 while continuing to finance $828,000 of Filtran R&D and
restructuring costs from operations.
    "We are extremely pleased with the continued sales growth FTG has
experienced and our qualification at many key new customers is expected to
enable us to maintain our growth rate in the future. Our focus on the
aerospace and defence market is proving to be a good decision as this market
continues to be robust," commented Brad Bourne, President and CEO, of FTG. He
added, "Our strategy of increasing the technical capabilities of the
Corporation to address the complete range of products required by our
customers, through internal R&D and acquisition, is also paying off. This
year, our acquisition of Filtran Microcircuits has accelerated FTG's
penetration of high speed, radio frequency circuit boards and brought many new
customers yielding immediate benefits to FTG".
    For a more detailed analysis of FTG's financial results please access
such information at SEDAR.
    www.sedar.com.

    Corporate Office

    Corporate office incurred expenses of $419,000 during the third quarter
of 2008 compared to $1,162,000 during the third quarter of 2007. Year to date
expenses were $1,820,000 in 2008 compared to $2,862,000 excluding a foreign
exchange gain in the prior year. The decrease in corporate expenses of
$1,042,000 year to date relates primarily to a reduction in administration
expenses and professional fees.

    About Glendale International Corp.

    Glendale International Corp. manages businesses that provide the
opportunity for superior long-term value creation through the application of
proven managerial expertise and innovative business strategies. The
Corporation owns growth businesses in the recreational vehicles and
electronics industries, and will seek to acquire complementary businesses that
support its value-building proposition.
    Glendale's Recreational Vehicle business is comprised of two operating
divisions: Glendale Recreational Vehicles ("Glendale RV") located in
Strathroy, Ontario and Travelaire Canada ("Travelaire") located in Red Deer,
Alberta. Glendale RV manufactures a broad range of innovative, differentiated
high-quality Recreational Vehicles ("RV's") for both the US and Canadian
markets and Travelaire manufactures Park Model trailers and Relocatable
Structures for the Western Canadian market place. The Corporation also owns a
controlling position in Firan Technology Group Corporation, a leading North
American manufacturer of high technology printed circuit boards and precision
illuminated display systems.
    Glendale International's common shares are listed on the Toronto Stock
Exchange ("TSX") under the symbol "GIN". The Corporation has 12,487,017 common
shares outstanding.
    To reach Glendale International via the worldwide web logon to
www.glendaleint.com.

    Forward-Looking Statements

    This press release contains "forward-looking" statements related to
future events or future performance and reflect the expectations of Glendale
International Corp., regarding its growth, results of operations, performance
and business prospects, and opportunities and trends affecting the
recreational vehicles, and electronics industries. Such forward-looking
statements reflect current beliefs of management and are based on information
currently available. In certain cases, forward-looking statements can be
identified by the use of words such as "believe", "expects", "will",
"intends", "projects", "anticipates", "estimates", "continues" or similar
words or the negative of these or other comparable terminology. Readers are
cautioned that forward-looking information involves known and unknown risks,
uncertainties and other factors that may cause actual results, performance or
achievements to be materially different from any future results, performance
or achievements expressed or implied by the forward-looking information.
Accordingly, investors should not place undue reliance on forward-looking
information. Other than as specifically required by law, the Corporation
undertakes no obligation to update any forward-looking statement to reflect
events or circumstances after the date on which such statement is made, or to
reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events, whether as a result of new
information, future events or results otherwise.

    
    GLENDALE INTERNATIONAL CORP.
    Interim Consolidated Balance Sheets
    (in thousands of dollars)
    (prepared without audit)
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                                                           August   November
                                                         29, 2008   30, 2007
                                                       (unaudited)  (audited)
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    CURRENT ASSETS
      Cash                                                $10,508    $17,543
      Restricted cash                                           -        201
      Accounts receivable                                  13,369     13,154
      Income taxes recoverable                                649      1,798
      Inventories                                          21,583     18,987
      Deposits and prepaid expenses                           534        677
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                                                           46,643     52,360
    Note Receivable                                         1,967      1,967
    Investment                                                358        358
    Accrued Benefit Asset                                   1,433      1,244
    Future Income Taxes                                       703        294
    Property, Plant and Equipment, net of accumulated
     depreciation                                           9,444      9,994
    Goodwill and Intangible Assets                          4,887      4,231
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                                                          $65,435    $70,448
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    CURRENT LIABILITIES
      Bank indebtedness                                    $2,537       $400
      Accounts payable and accrued liabilities             12,086     13,268
      Future income taxes                                       -        700
      Current portion of long-term debt and capital
       leases                                               1,523      1,378
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                                                           16,146     15,746
    Long-Term Debt and Capital Leases                       5,722      5,927
    Deferred Gain on Sale of Property                       2,679      3,331
    Non-Controlling Interest                                7,147      7,513
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                                                           31,694     32,517
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    SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY
      Share capital                                         1,249      1,249
      Share puchase financing                              (4,284)    (4,450)
      Contributed surplus                                   9,943      9,795
      Accumulated other comprehensive loss                   (521)      (829)
      Retained earnings                                    27,354     32,166
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                                                           33,741     37,931
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                                                          $65,435    $70,448
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    GLENDALE INTERNATIONAL CORP.
    Interim Consolidated Statements of (Loss)/Earnings
    (in thousands of dollars except per share amounts)
    (prepared without audit)
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                                    Three Months Ended     Nine Months Ended
                                  August 29, August 31, August 29, August 31,
                                       2008       2007       2008       2007
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    Sales                          $ 20,522   $ 28,303   $ 69,108   $ 98,234
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    Costs and Expenses
      Manufacturing, selling and
       administration                21,277     28,570     70,093     95,369
      Amortization of deferred
       gain                            (217)      (224)      (652)      (663)
      Research and development
       costs                            715        984      2,912      2,373
      Restructuring costs               117          -        325          -
      Recovery of research and
       development costs                  -        (86)         -     (1,049)
      Loss on sale of property,
       plant and equipment                1          7          1          7
      Stock based compensation           51         39        148        128
      Depreciation and amortization     849        840      2,487      2,558
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                                     22,793     30,130     75,314     98,723
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    Loss Before Undernoted           (2,271)    (1,827)    (6,206)      (489)
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    Other Income (Expenses)
      Interest income                   111        420        422        526
      Interest expense - long term     (124)      (161)      (387)      (517)
      Interest expense - short term     (56)       (14)      (163)       (38)
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                                        (69)       245       (128)       (29)
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    Loss Before Income Taxes,
     Non-Controlling Interest and
     Discontinued Operation         ($2,340)   ($1,582)   ($6,334)     ($518)

    Recovery of income taxes            217        709      1,155        405
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    Loss Before Non-Controlling
     Interest and Discontinued
     Operation                      ($2,123)     ($873)   ($5,179)     ($113)
    Non-controlling interest           (108)       102        367       (362)
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    Loss from Continuing
     Operations                     ($2,231)     ($771)   ($4,812)     ($475)
    Earnings from discontinued
     operation, net of income
     taxes                                -     13,992          -     15,759
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    Net (Loss)/Earnings             ($2,231)   $13,221    ($4,812)   $15,284
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    Basic and Diluted Net Loss
     per Share from Continuing
     Operations                      ($0.24)    ($0.06)    ($0.52)    ($0.04)
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    Basic and Diluted Net
     (Loss)/Earnings per Share       ($0.24)     $1.06     ($0.52)     $1.22
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    GLENDALE INTERNATIONAL CORP.
    Interim Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows
    (in thousands of dollars)
    (prepared without audit)
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                                    Three Months Ended     Nine Months Ended
                                  August 29, August 31, August 29, August 31,
                                       2008       2007       2008       2007
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    Operating Activities
      Net loss from continuing
       operations                   ($2,231)     ($771)   ($4,812)     ($475)
      Items not affecting cash
        Amortization of deferred
         gain                          (217)      (224)      (652)      (663)
        Depreciation and
         amortization                   849        840      2,487      2,558
        Stock based compensation
         expense                         51         39        148        128
        Future income taxes            (306)     1,609     (1,143)     1,217
        Scientific research and
         development tax credits          -       (814)         -       (814)
        Non-controlling interest        108       (102)      (367)       362
        Loss on sale of property,
         plant and equipment              1          7          1          7
        Increase in accrued benefit
         asset                          (97)         -       (189)         -
        Effect of exchange rates on
         foreign currency denominated
         Canadian debt                  273        (19)       245       (237)
        Changes in non-cash operating
         working capital              2,093       (396)    (2,603)    (2,241)
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                                        524        169     (6,885)      (158)

        Discontinued operation            -     (5,879)         -     (1,237)

    Investing Activities
      Purchase of property, plant and
       equipment                       (172)    (1,187)      (739)    (3,275)
      Proceeds on sale of property,
       plant and equipment                -          8          -          8
      Restricted cash                     -     (2,210)       201     (2,210)
      Acquisition of Filtran
       Microcircuits Inc.                 -          -     (1,462)         -
      Share purchase financing           55          -        166          -
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                                       (117)    (3,389)    (1,834)    (5,477)

      Discontinued operation              -     28,388          -     26,464

    Financing Activities
      (Decrease)/increase in bank
       indebtedness                    (590)         -      2,077       (597)
      Proceeds from capital
       expenditure facility               -      1,054        501      2,115
      Repayment of long-term debt
       and capital leases              (347)      (243)      (984)      (735)
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                                       (937)       811      1,594        783
      Effect of foreign exchange
       rates on cash                     32        271         90        (13)
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    (Decrease)/increase in cash        (498)    20,371     (7,035)    20,362
    Cash, Beginning of Period        11,006      2,339     17,543      2,348
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    Cash, End of Period             $10,508    $22,710    $10,508    $22,710
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    Supplemental cash flow
     information:
      Payments for interest            $175       $172       $544       $454
      Payments for income taxes         $75          -        $77        $30
      Refunds for income taxes         $313       $611     $1,518       $611



    GLENDALE INTERNATIONAL CORP.
    Segmented Information
    (in thousands of dollars)
    (prepared without audit)

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                                         OPERATING SEGMENTS
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    Three Months
     Ended August   Recreational   Nav Aids  Electronics  Corporate    Total
     29, 2008           Vehicles                           Office
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    Sales                 $4,774          -    $15,748          -    $20,522
    Costs and expenses     6,947          -     15,427        419     22,793
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    Loss before
     undernoted           (2,173)         -        321       (419)    (2,271)
    Interest income            -          -          -        111        111
    Interest expense -
     long term                 -          -       (124)         -       (124)
    Interest expense -
     short term                -          -        (46)       (10)       (56)
    Income tax recovery        -          -         39        178        217
    Non-controlling
     interest                  -          -       (108)         -       (108)
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    Net loss             ($2,173)         -        $82      ($140)   ($2,231)
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    Total and
     identifiable assets $11,691          -    $22,722    $31,022    $65,435
    Capital expenditures     $57          -       $115          -       $172
    Depreciation and
     amortization           $125          -       $719         $5       $849
    Goodwill                   -          -     $4,887          -     $4,887

    Three Months Ended
     August 31, 2007
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    Sales                $14,408          -    $13,895          -    $28,303
    Costs and expenses    14,946          -     14,022      1,162     30,130
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    Loss before
     undernoted             (538)         -       (127)    (1,162)    (1,827)
    Interest income            -          -          -        420        420
    Interest expense -
     long term                 -          -       (147)       (14)      (161)
    Interest expense -
     short term                -          -         (6)        (8)       (14)
    Income tax recovery        -          -         98        611        709
    Non-controlling
     interest                  -          -        102          -        102
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    Loss from
     continuing
     operations             (538)         -        (80)      (153)      (771)
    Earnings from
     discontinued
     operation, net of
     income taxes              -     15,925          -     (1,933)    13,992
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    Net earnings           ($538)   $15,925       ($80)   ($2,086)   $13,221
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    Total and
     identifiable assets $17,941          -    $24,440    $37,418    $79,799
    Capital expenditures     $31          -     $1,156          -     $1,187
    Depreciation and
     amortization           $111          -       $724         $5       $840
    Goodwill                   -          -     $4,392          -     $4,392



    GLENDALE INTERNATIONAL CORP.
    Segmented Information
    (in thousands of dollars)
    (prepared without audit)

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                                         OPERATING SEGMENTS
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    Nine Months
     Ended August   Recreational   Nav Aids  Electronics  Corporate    Total
     29, 2008           Vehicles                           Office
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    Sales                $23,304          -    $45,804          -    $69,108
    Costs and expenses    27,394          -     46,100      1,820     75,314
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    Loss before
     undernoted           (4,090)         -       (296)    (1,820)    (6,206)
    Interest income            -          -          -        422        422
    Interest expense -
     long term                 -          -       (387)         -       (387)
    Interest expense -
     short term                -          -       (141)       (22)      (163)
    Income tax recovery        -          -        173        982      1,155
    Non-controlling
     interest                  -          -        367          -        367
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    Net loss             ($4,090)         -      ($284)     ($438)   ($4,812)
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    Total and
     identifiable assets $11,691          -    $22,722    $31,022    $65,435
    Capital expenditures    $228          -       $511          -       $739
    Depreciation and
     amortization           $373          -     $2,100        $14     $2,487
    Goodwill                   -          -     $4,887          -     $4,887


    Nine Months Ended
     August 31, 2007
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    Sales                $55,165          -    $43,069          -    $98,234
    Costs and expenses    54,817          -     41,636      2,270     98,723
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    Loss before
     undernoted              348          -      1,433     (2,270)      (489)
    Interest income            -          -          -        526        526
    Interest expense -
     long term                 -          -       (413)      (104)      (517)
    Interest expense -
     short term                -          -        (13)       (25)       (38)
    Income tax recovery        -          -       (365)       770        405
    Non-controlling
     interest                  -          -       (362)         -       (362)
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    Loss from continuing
     operations              348          -        280     (1,103)      (475)
    Earnings from
     discontinued
     operation, net of
     income taxes              -     17,692          -     (1,933)    15,759
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    Net earnings            $348    $17,692       $280    ($3,036)   $15,284
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    Total and
     identifiable
     assets              $17,941          -    $24,440    $37,418    $79,799
    Capital
     expenditures           $284          -     $2,977        $14     $3,275
    Depreciation and
     amortization           $329          -     $2,211        $18     $2,558
    Goodwill                   -          -     $4,392          -     $4,392
    

    %SEDAR: 00002453E




For further information:

For further information: Edward C. Hanna, Chief Executive Officer and
Chairman, Glendale International Corp., (905) 844-2870, (905) 844-2907 fax,
Email: ehanna@glendaleint.com; Brian Jennings, Chief Financial Officer,
Glendale International Corp., (905) 844-2870, (905) 844-2907 fax, Email:
bjennings@glendaleint.com

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