NIJ manufacturers, the world’s biggest manufacturing group, have been the most profitable companies in the world over the past decade.

The group is the world leader in its field, with sales rising 10% a year.

Its annual revenues increased by a record €7.5bn last year, according to its annual report, and by a staggering 71% in the year to July 2016.

It also has the most successful brands in the sector.

NIJ manufactures the latest smartwatches and phones, as well as smart televisions, smart thermostats and smart home appliances.

It is one of the world´s biggest consumer brands and also produces clothes, perfumes and cosmetics.

In the first quarter of 2017, the group sold 1.2bn watches, up from 1.1bn a year earlier.

In 2018, the number of smartwitness devices sold increased by 25% to reach 1.8bn, according the company.

This year, the watch market will continue to grow in the years to come.

The company has also been expanding its range of consumer electronics, which is also growing.

In 2020, it sold a record 7.6bn smart watches, of which 2.7bn were sold in the second quarter of the year.

In 2021, it will have sold 9.4bn smartwristbands, according an estimate by research firm Euromonitor International.

Nij has also become a major consumer of its own brands.

NJP is one such group.

It has a history of creating high-quality, high-performance products.

The family-run company, which makes watches and smartwalls, has a reputation for high-tech design and design innovation.

NJ also has a huge portfolio of consumer products, which includes watches, televisions and home appliances, and it has recently expanded its range to include footwear.

It currently makes smartwands, smart watches and thermostat components.

It manufactures products such as electric-keyboards, power strips and wireless earbuds.

In 2016, the company sold 9 billion smartwatt units, which was an increase of nearly half a billion from the previous year.

According to NIJ’s 2016 annual report it sold 2.5 billion smartwaistbands, a record increase of 830,000 from the year before.

In 2017, NJP had a turnover of €4.5b, up by 12% to €3.9b.

It sells products to customers across the globe, with its flagship products being used in homes, office buildings, banks and shopping malls.

Nj has also expanded its brand presence through the development of its mobile and tablet devices.

In 2019, the market for mobile and tablets grew by 8% to 3.5 million units, according data from Nij.

This was a year when the company introduced a new line of products: a smart phone.

In October, the firm introduced a smart tablet with the same design, but with a different colour.

The device was sold for just €10.

The Nij smartphone was sold by the end of November and was available in 50 countries.

In total, NIJ sold 1bn smartphones in 2018.

In its latest report, Nij said that its sales growth will continue in 2021.

The market for smartwares, including smartwand, smartwatch, smartwatch and smart watchbands, grew by 7% to 2.4 million units in 2020.

In 2022, NJ plans to release a smart watch.

This is the same year that Nij launched a new smartphone and tablet.

The brand has also launched a smartwatch for women.

The new Nij watch, the NIJ-smartwatch, is available in seven colours.

NJJ, the parent company of NIJ, was founded in 1858 by Johannes Nijken, who is now the chief executive officer of Nij products and services.

NJC, NJC’s parent company, is a public company which is managed by a board of directors.

NNJ is based in Johannesburg, South Africa.

The board is made up of eight directors, with NJC being the largest shareholder.

NJA, NJA’s parent group, is based on the island of Java, Indonesia.

NIK, the main company, was started in 1970 by a group of Indonesian investors, including an Indonesian-American investor.

The business was initially focused on the manufacture of watches.

In 1994, NIK was acquired by Japanese electronics giant Sharp, which then began to expand into the electronics market.

In 2003, Nika was bought by Sony.

The Japanese company has since expanded into electronics, automotive, healthcare, and the automotive parts and parts supply business.

NIS, NIS is the group’s parent, and is a privately held company.

It was founded by Indonesian-Japanese investors, who bought NIS in 1994.

NID, NID’s parent is a Dutch company.

The Dutch company has been involved in