W.W. Grainger, the Chicago-based supplier of maintenance, repair, and operating products, has reported a significant increase in profit for the third quarter. This growth can be attributed to steady demand and successful new customer acquisitions.

Stellar Financial Performance

In Q3, Grainger's profit surged to $476 million, surpassing last year's figure of $426 million. The earnings per share also exhibited substantial growth, reaching $9.43 compared to $8.27 in the same period last year. These results exceeded analysts' forecasted earnings per share of $8.92, as reported by FactSet.

Impressive Sales Figures

Sales figures also demonstrated strong performance, with a 6.7% rise to $4.21 billion. While this came slightly below the consensus estimate of $4.22 billion from analysts polled by FactSet, it is important to note that there was one less selling day this quarter compared to the previous year.

Broad Business Success

Grainger's High-Touch Solutions business witnessed increased volumes across all geographies. Additionally, the company's Endless Assortment business achieved higher sales due to successful new customer acquisition efforts. Grainger also experienced enterprise customer growth at its Japanese e-commerce venture, MonotaRO.

W.W. Grainger remains steadfast in its commitment to delivering top-notch products and services to meet the needs of its customers.

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