Boskalis achieves record result

The Dutch drilling and offshore company Boskalis had a record six months in terms of the operating result. The company is growing due to factors including contracts for the expansion of the Suez Canal.

Boskalis, which competes with the Maersk Group's towage company Svitzer and others, exited the first half of the year with an operating result at a record level. The company, which works in the three segments Dredging & Inland Infra, Offshore Energy, and Towage & Salvage, hereby exceeds itself compared to the first half of 2014 where the result also broke the record.

The revenue in the first half of the year came to USD 1.78 million and the operating result landed at USD 556 million, while earnings came to USD 341 million.

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