Friday September 18, 2020

DCC reports 35.5% rise in full-year operating profit

The company said the strong performance was driven by its energy division

17th May, 2016
DCC chief executive Tommy Breen

DCC has reported a 35.5 per cent rise in full-year operating profit to £300.5 million (€382 million), driven by the performance of its energy division following the acquisition of Butagaz and Esso Retail, the company's biggest acquisitions to date.

The sales, marketing, distribution and business support services group, which reported revenue of £10.6 billion for the year to the end of March, broadly unchanged from last year, announced...

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