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Lacklustre Q3 for print as output skips seasonal boost

The third quarter of 2019 was disappointing for the UK print industry, with both output and orders failing to live up to expectations according to the BPIF’s latest Printing Outlook, but the general election should provide a Q4 boost.

Plain pack policy would cost beverage industry billions

A 'plain packaging' policy on food and beverage brands could result in a potential loss of more than $400bn (£311bn) for the beverage industry globally, new research has warned.

Walstead seals fresh finance deal with Close

Walstead Group has agreed a new facility with Close Brothers Asset Finance as part of a simplification of financing across the business.

James Cropper 'positive' in post-Q1 update

James Cropper is looking ahead to a positive financial year thanks to a “promising” first quarter that follows a year in which pre-tax profits were halved.

Antalis sales slip in H1

Antalis has announced a drop in sales and profits for the first half of the year, with no further news as yet on its search for a new shareholder to take over Sequana’s majority stake in the business.

De La Rue shareholders revolt over pay

De La Rue shareholders have sent a strong message about their unhappiness at the PLC’s remuneration policy at its AGM.

Bobst warns of slowdown in H1 results

Bobst has reported a slowdown in sales for the first half of 2019 and subsequently issued a warning on growth for the remainder of the year.

Thomas Loughlin boosts post-press portfolio

Thomas Loughlin has taken on a Trimatt pick-and-place machine and a Blumer Atlas ram punch to enhance its print finishing after receiving a £250,000 invoice finance facility.

Industry growth slowed in Q1 but held above forecast

The first quarter of 2019 experienced a slowdown in growth following the previous quarter’s seasonal boost, but the drop-off was not as extensive as had been expected, according to the BPIF’s latest Printing Outlook.

Fujifilm pre-tax profit reaches record high

Fujifilm’s pre-tax profit reached a record high of ¥212.8bn (£1.48bn) in its fiscal year ended 31 March 2019, but its revenue was down marginally to ¥2.432tn.

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