DHL Ireland sees 13% rise in profits

DHL Ireland sees 13% rise in profits

Pre-tax profits at the Irish arm of international distribution giant DHL last year increased by 13 % to €3.14 million, as revenues also climbed, reports Independent.ie.

New accounts filed by DHL Express (Ireland) Ltd show that the firm enjoyed the increase in profits as revenues went up by 6 %, to €98.5 million.

The directors stated that growth was driven by increases in international air express shipments – both exports and imports.

They added that with the profit for the period, the firm “has delivered another successful year of growth in 2018”.

Last year, numbers employed in Ireland by the firm increased from 356 to 361, with staff costs increasing marginally, from €19.66 million to €19.87 million.

The firm recorded an operating profit of €3.29 million.

 

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