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Mapletree Industrial Trust reports gain, will pay out 2.32 cents per unit for Q3

Published on Jan 22, 2013 8:26 PM
 
In this file photo, The Signature, an office building owned by Mapletree Industrial Trust (MIT), stands in Changi Business Park in Singapore, on Thursday, Oct 21, 2010. MIT has eked out a 7.4 per cent gain in distribution per unit to 2.32 cents for the third quarter. -- PHOTO: BLOOMBERG

INDUSTRIAL landlord Mapletree Industrial Trust (MIT) has eked out a 7.4 per cent gain in distribution per unit to 2.32 cents for the third quarter.

The distributable income for the three months ended Dec 31 rose by 6.9 per cent to $37.7 million, driven by healthy rental revenue and improved occupancies in flatted factories and stack up buildings.

Net property income climbed by 7.7 per cent to $49.1 million on the back of a 5.4 per cent gain in gross revenue to $69.2 million.

MIT will be introducing a re-investment plan that will enable unitholders to acquire new units without incurring additional transaction costs.

 
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