The company boosted its pre-tax profits by more than £690,000 to £1,530,580, for the year to the end of August 2012 - largely as a result of an upturn in its facilities management and design consultancy offering across Scandinavia, continental Europe, Asia and the USA.
Meanwhile, group turnover was up £440,000 to £12,534,956, with its UK business increasing to £5,790,740 from £5,306,237, while its international work fell by less than £50,000 to £6,744,216.
The group, which specialises in offshore catering, hotelkeeping, design and consultancy, has kept a consistent workforce of 13 people at its headquarters in Aberdeen, within an overall team of 117 people in all areas.
Stuart MacBride, founder and chairman of the company, said that good staff retention is a vital component of ensuring the delivery of high-standard catering and hotel services.
"It is our role to create the positive working environment which can assist businesses as they seek to achieve stability across their workforce, while also keeping costs under control, in every global region," he said.
"Trading conditions have been particularly difficult for us since 2010, making our strong profit margin for the past year a satisfying end to an otherwise turbulent period."
Alongside Trinity's traditional works in the energy sector, during the past year the company has catered for the Queen during her Diamond Jubilee celebration, providing food and beverage for 3,500 guests attending a garden party at Balmoral Castle, on Deeside in Aberdeenshire.
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