Dorian LPG raises revenue significantly

The gas tanker company Dorian LPG lands more than USD 20 million in revenue in Q2. It is 28% more than in the previous quarter and more than triple what it managed in fiscal Q2 2014 – the first quarter in its existence.

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Greek-American tanker group Dorian LPG was born in the summer of 2013 and ever since revenue has gone up markedly in the company, which the newly published report for Q2 of the fiscal year 2015 attests to.

The group presents revenue of USD 20.36 for the three months until September 30. That is 28% more than in the previous quarter, which saw USD 15.9 million making it onto the top line, and more than triple what the group made in its first three months in existence when it generated revenue of just over USD 6 million.

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