The global supplier and broker of fuel products posted bunker sales of 1.17m metric tonnes in the first six months, flat from the 1.18m metric tonnes recorded in the same period of last year.
The marine segment of WFS saw earnings fell with revenue dipping to $3.12bn in the first half compared to $5.13bn in the previous corresponding period.
Gross profit for the marine segment decreased by 17.7% year-on-year to $78.8m.
Ira M Birns, executive vice president and cfo of WFS, pointed out that the group’s consistent cash flow generation and prudent balance sheet management has enabled it to aggregate $1.2bn og operating cash flow over the past four years.
WFS is also involved in the distribution of fuel and related services in the aviation and land transportation industries.