Tag: Corporate restructuring

  • Xerox reinvents itself. Again

    Xerox reinvents itself. Again

    Xerox has announced a restructuring plan that involves cutting back 15 percent of its workforce as well as streamlining the business divisions and some changes to the senior management. 

  • End of an era at Fujifilm

    Shigetaka Komori, the 81-year old head of Fujifilm, has stepped down from his roles as chairman, CEO and representative director for both Fujifilm Holdings corporation and its subsidiary Fujifilm Corporation, marking the end of an era at Fujifilm and clearing the way for a new management team as well as giving the company the opportunity…

  • Bobst reorganises itself

    Bobst has restructured its various divisions in a bid to make the company more responsive to customers, and more agile. This has involved reorganising the company into two business units but also sees a bigger role for digital printing. 

  • Flint establishes Xsys prepress

    Flint Group has taken over Xeikon’s prepress division and used it as the basis for a new prepress division, Xsys, which will also include Flint’s own plates, images and sleeves and be aimed at the flexo and letterpress markets.

  • Kodak jumps into pharmaceuticals production

    Kodak is in the process of setting up a new business unit, Kodak Pharmaceuticals, following a loan of $765 million from the US government in an effort to boost the ability of the US to produce critical pharmaceutical components.

  • HuberGroup creates chemicals division

    Ink manufacturer HuberGroup has split its operation into two divisions, with a new Chemicals division that will operate alongside its established Print Solutions business. 

  • Kodak restructures itself

    Corporate restructuring seems to be all the rage – first HP splits in two, and now Kodak announces its intention to reorganise itself into five  business divisions.