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Xaar set for £1m 3D spend in 2017

Alongside its latest trading update Cambridge-based inkjet technology developer Xaar has detailed plans for a major new 3D unit.

DS Smith posts revenue and profit growth in half-year results

DS Smith has recorded significant jumps in both revenue and pre-tax profit in its half-year results.

Photobox Group sales up 34%

International growth has helped to drive sales up at web-to-print giant Photobox Group by more than a third.

Royal Mail shares slump nearly 10% following interim announcement

Group revenues in the first half to 25 September 2016 increased slightly to £4.6bn, an increase of 1% on the same period in 2015, driven by its European parcel operations.

KBA increases sales targets following successful Q3

KBA has again revised upwards its sales and earnings targets for the full year after achieving double-digit growth in Q3, with a strong showing across all areas of the business.

Heidelberg beginning to feel positive ‘Drupa effect’

Heidelberg has announced across-the-board improvements in its second quarter results, citing a strong Drupa order book as responsible for the increase that has led to its first positive Q2 net result in six years.

Stora appoints Iggesund CEO to head up consumer board division

Stora Enso has appointed Annica Bresky, the current president of Sweden-based manufacturer Iggesund Paperboard, as executive vice-president of its consumer board division.

Communisis plans capital reduction

Communisis is proposing a capital reduction so it can continue to pay dividends in the face of a ballooning pension deficit.

Could more gov’t spending aid print?

In his speech at the Conservative conference last week, chancellor Philip Hammond said he plans to treat investment spending differently to day-to-day spending. He is aiming to plough more into infrastructure, technology and innovation and said it was “common sense” to invest in supporting growth and jobs.

Brexit and bankers put lending in the spotlight

Not so long ago, financial pundits were predicting ‘when’ rather than ‘if’ the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England would vote to raise the base rate of interest from its rock bottom 0.5% rate, where it’s been since 2008.

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