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Planet 13 Holdings Inc (OTCMKTS:PLNHF) posted a decline of 34.9% YoY to $10.8 million in Q2 2020. It also reported a drop of 51.54% in gross profits to $4.7 million in Q2 2020. The company reduced the operational expenses by 18.5% to $5.8 million.
Preserves capital and adds new customers
Co-CEO of Planet 13, Larry Scheffler, said all the Nevada businesses faced challenges in Q2 2020. Despite the challenges, the Planet 13 put in significant efforts to preserve the capital and add new clients in Q2 2020. After the states are reopened, Planet 13 gained momentum and reported better sales in July and August 2020.
Brands sales at superstores
Co-CEO of Planet 13, Bob Groesbeck, said its brands are performing well and posted a 28.5% increase in sales at superstores in Q2 2020 compared to 14% in Q2 2019. The company expects to post higher sales of brands going forward because it has expanded the cultivation to supply its popular Medizin line.
Planet 13 is also enjoying success in the wholesale space after it commenced the supply in June 2020. The customers can buy its products across 33 Nevada based dispensaries. Its top-performing SKUs include concentrates, edibles, and beverages.
Begins upward journey
Planet 13 posted monthly revenues of $7 million in July and August 2020. The company will soon inaugurate Medizin dispensary and Santa Ana next year.
Planet 13 implemented operational enhancement in Las Vegas. It is helping the company for higher conversion of visitors into potential customers. The company also made improvements at the Superstore to attract residents in Las Vegas.
Planet 13 generated revenues of $1.7 million in July 2020 from curbside pickup and delivery. It represents 17% of the overall sales.
Planet 13 also strengthened its cash balance to $22.7 million. Its total assets