Boskalis expects record result for 2013 as a whole

The Dutch salvage giant expects 2013 to bring the company's highest net result ever. And 2012 also broke records for the company, according to the financial report for the first half of the year.

The salvage and service giant Royal Boskalis has great expectations for 2013 as a whole, according to the company's financial report for the first half of the year, in which the Dutch company presents a revenue of close to 1.6 billion euros and a net result of 123 million euros. Both results mark improvements compared to the results from the first half of 2012, where the company's revenue and net result were 1.4 billion euros and 102 million euros, respectively.

This means that Boskalis has great expectations for the second half of the year, believing in an all-time high record for 2013 as a whole, with a net result of 330 million euros. Boskalis made 250 million euros in 2012.

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