Bodycote posts higher profit for first half


July 26 (Reuters) - British engineering company Bodycote Plc said first-half profit rose nearly 9 percent helped by strong growth in its aerospace business and higher demand from the North American auto market. Bodycote, which heat-treats jet engine turbine blades and other parts for car and plane makers, said pretax profit rose to 43.8 million pounds ($67.77 million) for January-June from 40.3 million pounds a year earlier. Revenue at the company, which also ...

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