- People-screening technology company Thruvision booked a narrower first-half loss, as higher unit sales boosted its revenue.

Pre-tax losses for the six months through September amounted to £0.41m, compared to losses of £0.79m on-year.

Revenue rose 53% to £4.8m as 64 units were shipped in the first halfs, up from 60 units on-year, with product mix shifting towards higher-performance units.

'We are pleased to report good commercial momentum in the first half of this year,' chief executive Colin Evans said.

'We continued to win new customer orders, especially in the US, demonstrating growing awareness of our technology and its competitive advantages in providing fast and effective security screening of people.'

'With continued demand from existing customers and further strengthening of our brand internationally, we remain confident about the company's prospects for the future.;

At 9:46am: [LON:THRU] Thruvision Group Plc share price was +0.4p at 29.8p

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