The antenna maker reported that for the three months ended 31 March pre-tax profits had risen to US$560,000 from US$250,000 previously, while revenues had jumped 16% year-on-year to US$9.1mln.
Earnings per share increased 54% to US$0.64 while the company ended the period with a cash balance of US$5.25mln compared to US$3.45mln last year.
Zvi Borovitz, MTI's chairman, said that since the start of the year the company had seen “significant growth” in its order book with four large contract wins that totalled over US$6mln.
These included a US$3mln contract for the company’s subsidiary, Mottech, for wireless irrigation control services in the Chinese market and was the largest order ever received by the company.
Looking ahead, Borovitz said the company saw “many more opportunities” across all segments of the business and that it was confident of meeting its goals of increasing revenue, profits and free cash flow.
In early trading on Wednesday, MTI shares were 1.1% lower at 22.3p.