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Wrist Ship Supply grows profits by 25 percent

Wrist Ship Supply improved its revenue to more than USD 552.4 million and increased its profit by 25 percent, according to the company's annual report for 2013.

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Wrist Ship Supply improved its revenue to more than USD 552.4 million and increased its profits by 25 percent, according to the company's annual report for 2013, published Monday.

"We experienced solid and organic growth in 2013. In a challenging market, the results are very satisfying and a sign of better efficiency as the number of employees was increased only 3 percent against the growth in sales of 8 percent in local currencies. Once again, our constant focus on customer service, responsiveness to change in customer demands and competitive sourcing has proved its worth," says CEO Robert Kledal, Wrist Ship Supply.

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