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Wrist forecasts marked growth this year after modest progress in 2021

Both revenue and result look set for significant progress in 2022 for Wrist Ship Supply, however, the Ukraine war may become an obstacle for development this year, predicts management.

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Provider of ship supplies Wrist saw modest growth in revenue and operating result last year, but the company expects marked progress on both top and bottom line this year.

Revenue increased by 3.6% to DKK 4.5bn (USD 630m) in 2021, while the operating result (EBITDA) came to DKK 155.5m against DKK 142.2m in 2020.

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