CMP's revenue benefits from growth in RoRo

Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) increased its revenue by seven percent in 2014. Especially activity growth in RoRo, container and dry bulk were driving factors for the increase. Operational results grew slightly.

Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) increased revenue by seven percent in 2014, and also experienced a slightly improved operational result of USD 10.4 million. Especially growth in RoRo, container and dry bulk is a main causal factor for the improvements, according to a press release from CMP.

Revenue in 2014 came to USD 88.5 million compared to USD 83 million in 2013. The operational result was USD 10.4 million compared to USD 10 in the previous year.

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