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Heidelberg sales growth in line with group planning

Heidelberg has reported increased sales in its half-year results, following its recent acquisition of the Printing Systems Group (PSG), as well as positive exchange rate movements.

Sales and margins down at Grafenia but new services see success

Half-year sales and margins are down at Grafenia although there was continued positive news for its trade printing service, Marqetspace, and its new Brambl website creation offering.

Kodak reports $21m Q3 net loss and revenue decline

Eastman Kodak Company reported a net loss of $21m (£13.6m) and a decline in overall sales in Q3, but remains positive after seeing significant growth in a number of key product lines.

Macfarlane Group continues on growth trajectory

Macfarlane Group has again reported a rise in turnover and profits but its labels business remains under pressure from the price-sensitive retail environment.

Johnston Press doubles underlying profit in declining market

Johnston Press has more than doubled underlying profits in a declining market, but contract printing revenues remain flat, according to its latest results.

CFH Docmail reports record year

CFH Docmail has seen its turnover grow to £42m for the year ending March 2015, a 37% increase on the previous year.

Growth continues at Communisis

Growth has continued at Communisis as it announces a 3% sales rise and two significant contract extensions in its half-year results today.

EFI confident of $1bn sales target next year after strong Q2s

EFI has posted strong second-quarter results with chief executive Guy Gecht stating that the business is on track to achieve to its $1bn (£640m) sales target by 2016 following the acquisitions of Reggiani Macchine and Matan earlier this month.

DS Smith posts 20% pre-tax profit rise, reveals new acquisition

DS Smith has announced a proposed £135m acquisition of the corrugated activities of Spanish business Grupo Lantero and hailed its strong growth in profits, returns and dividends.

Royal Mail highlights cost improvements as competition hits parcel revenues

Royal Mail blamed increased competition for "lower than anticipated UK parcel revenue" in its results for the year to 29 March 2015.

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