Friday December 13, 2019

Dublin Port says trading throughput rose by 6.8% in first quarter

The company plans to pay a dividend of €10.9 million to the state

12th April, 2016
Dublin Port said the equivalent of 20 ships a day docked in the port in the first quarter

Dublin Port Company said trading throughput rose by 6.8 per cent in the first quarter to 8.4 million gross tonnes as the equivalent of 20 ships a day docked in the port.

In its latest trading update, the port company said the strong performance in the first three months of the year followed last year's record throughput of 32.8 million gross tonnes and if growth continued at these rates, throughput would double by 2026.

The company plans to pay a...

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