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Heidelberg reiterates growth targets despite sales slip

Heidelberg chief executive Rainer Hundsdörfer has described his €3bn turnover target as “increasingly within our grasp”, despite the group posting a drop in sales its preliminary results.

Xerox appeals court order

Xerox’s board has launched an appeal against the court order that put a temporary bar on its proposed sale to Fujifilm, in a move that has provoked further outrage from shareholders Darwin Deason and Carl Icahn.

Overmatter: Vote dummy!

The recent local elections have, of course, resulted in some new printing bloopers hitting the headlines.

60 seconds with XIC

XIC started life in 1986, when founder Bill Fawcett bought out the franchised print business he was running. At that point, it was known as Xpress Print.

Q&A: Jason Maclaren Business development manager, John Good

Jason is “50 years young” and has been in the print trade since 18, having joined third-generation family business (SJ Heady & Co) based in Clapham, London.

‘A new era for printing on cardboard’

Cast your mind back to Drupa 2016, and the plethora of inkjet systems for printing onto corrugated board that were either on show, or being talked about as future products.

Turner steps up at Komori UK

Steve Turner has been promoted to managing director of Komori UK as part of a corporate reorganisation at the manufacturer’s European operations.

Further twist in Xerox takeover saga

The Xerox-Fujifilm saga has taken yet another twist – Xerox’s board remains in place after the settlement agreement expired yesterday, to the fury of dissident shareholders Darwin Deason and Carl Icahn.

Pastures new for Rae

Andy Rae has left Heidelberg to pursue new opportunities following a parting of the ways over strategy.

Xerox CEO Jacobson to step down

Xerox CEO Jeff Jacobson, together with six other board members, has agreed to resign in a move that throws the Fujifilm takeover deal into doubt and could even lead to the termination of long-standing joint venture Fuji Xerox.

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