Wrist sees strong growth in revenue and profits

The Wrist Group, which includes OW Bunker and Wrist Ship Supply, increased its revenue by 20 percent in 2012. Profits before taxes went up by 16 percent, according to the company's annual report.

The Jutland-based Wrist Group experiended a rise in sales of no less than 20 percent in 2012, landing at USD 14.6 billion, according to the Group's annual report.

Additionally, the Wrist Group, which includes one of the world's largest bunker companies, OW Bunker, as well as the world's biggest supplier for ships and offshore installations, Wrist Ship Supply, made a profit before taxes of USD 76.4 million, a 16 percent improvement compared to the previous year.

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