Agility reported 38.6 million Kuwaiti dinars profit in the second quarter, an increase of 503.7%, compared to 18.32 fils per share, compared to the same period last year. In the first half, the company made 51 million Kuwaiti dinars, an increase of 215.9% or 24.33 fils per share.
Tariq Sultan, Vice President and CEO of Agility, explained: “The results for the second quarter of the year were good because all of our major companies achieved equal levels of growth and profit or pre-epidemic levels before 2019. We are proud to say goodbye to the challenges of the Govt-19 epidemic.
It is noteworthy that the Global Integrated Logistics (GIL) business is in the process of being completed and sold to D. AC Panalpina a. D. for 19.3 million shares in Ace. AC a “.
Sultan added: “We see this as a catalyst for the future growth of transactional dynamism and continue to grow our high value business in emerging markets as we continue to invest in companies and technologies that transform global supply chains.
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