Shurgard posts rises in revenue as it looks to grow storage network

Shurgard's Alperto Park Royal

Europe largest self-storage group Shurgard has posted rises in revenue and income in the first three months of its financial year.

The group, which listed on the Euronext stock exchange in Brussels last October, posted a rise in operating revenue of 5.5% to €62.8m (£54.3m), while income was up 8.2% to €35.3m compared to the same period last year.

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