DanPilot lands improved revenue and profit

The Danish national pilot service company achieved a profit last year of almost USD 3 million as well as an increased revenue on ship traffic through Danish waters, which is experiencing overall growth.

The Danish national pilot company DanPilot, which leading up to 2020 will gradually lose the monopoly on piloting ships through Danish waters, the Great Belt and the Øresund, experienced an increased revenue as well as higher result in 2014.

The profit after taxes came to about USD 3 million compared to USD 1.9 million in the previous year and a net revenue of USD 57.6 million.

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