Andrew Marr International profit up

Hull, UK: Andrew Marr International, which owns cold storage operator Andrew Johnson Knudtzon, reported sales up £100m in its latest financial year.

Turnover rose to £544.9m in the year to the end of March 2012, from £450.2m the year previously. Pre-tax profits were £14.3m up from  £13m in its 2011 financial year, according to accounts filed at Companies House.

The group, which trades in fish  processing, fishing and fishing vessel management and temperature-controlled food storage services, said it has “maintained its position in key strategic markets” in the 
year. Andrew Marr International directors said in their report: “The directors consider that the group will continue to trade profitably in the future.”

Andrew Johnson Knudtzon has three temperature-controlled storage and distribution sites in Hull.

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