"The Covid-19 pandemic intensified in mid-July. The government would order the measures to control high risk areas... Accordingly, the company had complied strictly," DoHome said in a statement. Operations went back to normal on 1 September, it added.
The growth in the third quarter is relatively muted - DoHome revenues rose by 38.5 per cent in the previous quarter.
Over the nine-month period ending September, DoHome made THB 18.59 bn (EUR 495.42 mio) in revenues, up 32.8 per cent, showing that the slowdown in the third quarter made a dent on the company's year-to-date results. In the first half, DoHome's revenues grew 36.1 per cent from the comparative period.At end-September, DoHome had 14 large branches and 12 ToGo branches.