StockMarketWire.com - Marine services company James Fisher and Sons said Friday revenue rose by a double-digit percentage in the 10 months through October, supported by 'good' growth in its marines support division.

For the 10 month period ended 31 October, revenue rose 14% from a year earlier.

The marine support division continued to show 'good' growth from its services to the renewables sector and from global ship to ship services, the company said. Performance was also supported by its offshore oil division, which performed marginally better than expectations in the period.

The company said it had now secured all three 5 year maintenance contracts covering topside, subsea and high voltage services for the London Array, 175 turbine, 630 megawatt, offshore wind farm.

The full-year outlook remained unchanged, James Fisher said.



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