Hyundai Heavy Industries Says Profit Up

Monday, August 14, 2006
Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. last week posted a more-than-fivefold increase in second-quarter net profit amid higher ship prices and lower steel costs. Hyundai Heavy reported net profit of $200m in the three months ended June 30. Hyundai Heavy received $5.01 billion worth of new shipbuilding and offshore structure orders in the January-June period. Its backlog orders totaled 236 vessels valued at $19.8 billion at the end of June, which will occupy its dockyards for next three years, the Houston Chronicle reported. (Source: Houston Chronicle)
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