The world’s largest suspension bridge, Japan’s Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge, is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year – as is Denmark’s Storebælt fixed link. To mark the occasions, representatives from Japan visited Sund & Bælt today.
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Traffic and revenue continue to increase on the Øresund Bridge. Together with continuing good cost management and efficiency, this has resulted in increased profits before interest. At the same time, rising interest rates have increased financial expenses, which means that profits before value adjustment have fallen compared to the same period last year.
Femern A/S has today signed contracts with Ramboll-Arup-TEC JV for the supply of client consultancy services in the technical area and with ÅF – Hansen & Henneberg for the supply of in-house consultancy services, also in the technical area.
Sund & Bælt exited 2016 with a profit that is approximately DKK 180 million above the outlook for the year. A 4.4% increase in traffic across Storebælt and continuing low interest expenses had a positive impact on the result, while extraordinary write-downs in the second half of the year and reduced revenue from the railway had a negative impact on the result.