Profits hit £62m at marine engineering firm
Underlying profit at marine services firm James Fisher rose by 15% to £62.1m.
The company, which is based in Barrow in Furness, also saw revenues increase by 15% to £561.5m.
The company, which specialises in deep sea exploration vehicles, published its interim profits this morning.
All four divisions increased revenue and underlying operating profit.
There was strong organic growth in revenue of 12% and underlying operating profit of 19%.
Two submarine rescue systems were delivered to the Indian navy.
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