Revenues for 2012 were £309mln, down from £334mln in 2011.
The company, whose products include garden structures and driveways, as well as park benches, walls and paving in public areas, said its international business is making steady progress, while current trading is in line with expectations.
Marshalls’ reshuffle announced in July was completed ahead of schedule and it said it is feeling the benefits of the cost reductions as expected.
“Despite the challenging economic background, Marshalls continues to target growth markets within the Public Sector and Commercial end market,” a statement read.
“Street furniture, water management and internal natural stone flooring are seen as particular growth areas, in addition to the continuing commitment to home, rail and retail.”
Shares picked up 1% to 102p each.