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Revenue and profit up again at DS Smith

Packaging giant DS Smith has recorded revenue and profit growth in excess of 20% in its latest results.

Grafenia losses mount, but Nettl drives growth

Grafenia has reported rising operating losses of £1.1m, despite sales jumping 40% to £14.63m in its 2017/18 results, but remains focused on the expansion of its Nettl brand.

Print and publishing names make International Track 200

A handful of print and publishing companies have been recognised in this year’s Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200.

Johnston Press shares hit record low

Shares in Johnston Press slumped to a record low this morning (5 June) after the company warned of “extremely challenging” trading.

HP print revenue up again in Q2

HP Inc’s turnover grew by 13% year-on-year in Q2, from $12.4bn (£9.27bn) to $14bn, with its Printing division sales up by 11%, from $4.7bn to $5.2bn.

Record results for HH Global

HH Global has posted record financial results once more, with its full-year profits up by 11.7% and revenues up by 12.2%.

Agfa Q1 results hit by strong euro

Agfa has reported declines in both its revenue and gross profit in the first quarter of 2018.

Trinity shareholders approve name change as revenues fall

Trinity Mirror will change its name to Reach next week after shareholders overwhelmingly backed the rebrand at the group’s Annual General Meeting, but sales at the publishing company have continued to slide.

Koenig & Bauer on track for 2018 despite Q1 revenue drop

Koenig & Bauer said it is on track to meet its 2018 targets, despite its revenue falling by 16.1% year-on-year in Q1.

EFI reports record Q1 sales

EFI has reported record Q1 sales in its results for the quarter ended 31 March 2018, but its profits have fallen slightly.

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