The company said in a statement its net profit rose to
Revenues, meanwhile, went up by 5 per cent to
The company's Board of Directors announced an interim dividend of
In the January to June period, the company won two new contracts including the first contract to build a new large class vessel GMS Enterprise and three self-propelled self-elevating support vessels (SESV) from existing clients. It also entered into a letter of intent with an international oil company for one of its existing large class vessels on a four year charter. The contract is being presently finalised, the company stated.
"The demand in the
"The important step forward for the Group is the addition of six new jack up vessels which will expand the SESV fleet by two thirds by 2016," he said in a statement.
"Market prospects for the enlarged fleet are excellent. Already we are seeing interest expressed in the future availability of the new tonnage by both new and existing clients who have experience and understanding of our cost-effective well service and maintenance solutions. This augurs well for 2015 and beyond."
The company is seeking to expand to
GMS plans to add up to six more vessels to its fleet by the end of 2016.
The company reportedly raised
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