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ICG reports 49.5% rise in earnings last year

The shipping group benefitted from lower fuel prices and sterling strength

7th March, 2016
Irish Ferries revenue rose by 10.5% last year Pic:

Irish Continental Group has reported a 49.5 per cent in earnings (EBITDA) last year to €75.5 million while revenue rose by 10.5 per cent to €320.6 million as the shipping group benefitted from lower

fuel prices, sterling strength and increased carryings.

The company reported a rise of two per cent in the number of passengers it carried last year to 1,675,800 while car traffic rose by five...

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