GSL’s highest ever financial performance in 2017-18

GSL CMD says the PSU has managed to create new benchmarks and the build-timelines have become a new normal for the industry

GN Bureau | October 15, 2018


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Goa Shipyard Limited, CMD, Rear Admiral (retired) Shekhar Mital said that GSL’s revenue has moved up by 32 per cent from Rs 1,102 crore in 2017 FY to Rs 1,452 crore in 2018 FY, while operating profit has moved up from Rs 131 crore in the previous year to Rs 252 crore, posting a growth of 92 per cent. 

He highlighted the enterprise has managed to create new benchmarks and the Build-Timelines have become a new normal for the industry.

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