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Plain packaging could cost beverage industry nearly $300bn

A “plain packaging” policy on food and beverage brands could result in a potential loss of $293bn (£219bn) for the beverage industry globally, new research has warned.

Koenig & Bauer on target for full-year growth

Koenig & Bauer has reported sales and order intake growth for its interim Q3 results, albeit slower growth than in Q1 but enough to still achieve its growth targets for the end of the year.

PG Paper targets export growth after securing £10m funding

Scottish paper merchant PG Paper is targeting growth in Latin America after securing a £10m funding package from Santander Corporate & Commercial.

Former Anton bosses charged with tax fraud

Five former Anton Group directors have been charged with Cheating the Public Revenue.

Sequana completes Antalis Stock Exchange listing

Antalis and Arjowiggins parent Sequana has completed the Paris Stock Exchange listing of Antalis and exited from the ‘Sauvegarde’ procedure following approval of its preventive plan by the French Commercial Court.

Close Brothers launches digital finance initiative

Close Brothers Asset Finance has launched a new initiative to provide soft lending against digital print assets for UK SME printers.

Antalis poised to float as parent hit by $138m court claim

Antalis and Arjowiggins parent Sequana has lost the latest round of its long-running High Court battle with BAT Industries and has filed for temporary creditor protection in France while it looks to dispose of Arjo’s security paper operation and launch an IPO at merchanting arm Antalis.

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.

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.

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