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ISG order book tops £50m after Asia move

FINANCE

EXPANDING to Asia in October lifted orders at ISG to record levels and the management and contracting outfit is looking for further deals in the region.

ISG's order book is up £50 million on a year ago to £805 million but profits will be biased to the second half of the financial year, which ends in June 2007.

Chairman Roy Danzig, who still expects first half profits to be ahead of a year ago, said: 'Fee income in the first half will be ahead of last year.

This is due substantially to a strong workload in our traditional fit-out market and growth in our regional markets.'