DP World delivers increased profit and higher revenue

Dubai-based DP World, which like A.P. Moeller-Maersk's APM Terminals operates container terminals across the globe, noted an improved bottom line in the first half of the year, where the company's revenue also grew.

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APM Terminals competitor DP World - the world's third largest terminal company - had a good first half of the year.

Bloomberg News reports that the company's shareholder result came to USD 332 million, an improvement from USD 264 million the year before. The result was caused by a growth in revenue, to USD 1.66 billion, from USD 1.51 billion in the same period 2013.

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