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Unifeeder raised its bottom line in 2012

Feeder company Unifeeder did not expect to achieve the kind of positive result the company presents today. Developments in transported volumes did, however, decline a little compared to 2011.

2012 did not look like an easy year for Unifeeder when viewed from the company's own perspective. In fact, in its financial report 2011, Unifeeder expected a lower result for last year. But that was far from the case, according to the shipping company's financial report for 2012, where the result surpassed the previous year and came in at almost USD 56.2 million, versus USD 49.7 million in 2011.

Revenues, however, declined a little, from USD 560.9 million in 2011 to USD 552 million in 2012.

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