Koenig and Bauer figures show cautious optimism

25th March 2019

Koenig and Bauer has posted its financial results for last year, showing revenue of €1226 million, achieving its target of a 7.1 percent margin. Overall earnings before taxes were up from €81.4 million to €87.4 million with the overall balance sheet up slightly from €1163.9 million to €1178.3 million. 

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Heidelberg figures show potential for subscription model

14th November 2018

Heidelberg has released its figures for the first half of this financial year, showing incoming orders up by 6 percent, from €1,234 million to €1,306 million, with Heidelberg claiming that currency exchange rates have cost it around €17 million. Continue reading “Heidelberg figures show potential for subscription model”

Kodak reports Q1 loss

11th May 2018

Kodak has released its figures for the first quarter of 2018, showing revenues of $357 million, the same as for Q1 of 2017, but with a net loss of $25 million, according to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, or GAAP. The cash balance of $313m was $31m short of the figure for the previous quarter. Continue reading “Kodak reports Q1 loss”

EFI revenues show slight improvement

5th February 2018

EFI has released its financial figures for its fourth quarter ending 31 December 2017, which show revenues up slightly by 1 percent to $269.2 million over the same quarter from the previous year. There was an overall net loss according to generally accepted accounting practices, or GAAP, of $25.4 million, which is particularly disappointing given that EFI made a net income of $19.9 million for the same period in 2016. Cash flow from operating activities was $8.9 million, down 86% compared to $65.2 million during the same period in 2016. Continue reading “EFI revenues show slight improvement”