Customer change boosts revenue at EMS Seven Seas

Norwegian EMS Seven Seas benefits from securing a higher volume of commercial jobs, a factor that contributed to improving both revenue and profits.

Norwegian stock-listed supply company EMS Seven Seas switched the focus in its portfolio from military orders to instead increasing the number of commercial orders, which improved the company's latest bottom line.

Compared to the same quarter 2012, EMS Seven Seas declined in the last quarter of 2013, but compared to the 3rd quarter the company's revenue grew from USD 97.3 million to USD 106.1 million. In the 4th quarter 2012 the company achieved a revenue of USD 117.7 million.

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