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Moving forward with confidence: Brett Martin announces bold, fresh rebrand to reflect its drive and passion

A global player in the supply of specialist plastic products for the construction, fabrication, print and display sectors, Brett Martin’s new corporate identity will be rolled out over the coming months in a comprehensive program, which includes a new website, fleet livery, packaging and marketing materials.


Henkel opens new automated logistics center for Southern Europe

Henkel has opened a state-of-the-art, fully automated Laundry & Home Care warehouse at its production facility in Montornès del Vallès, Spain (Barcelona). The company has enabled an investment of 22 million euros in the 24,000 square meter warehouse, which will serve as a major logistics hub for Southern Europe.

European dynamism and strong innovation: Start-up Cretec Cybernetics GmbH

The new company, founded in October 2020, offers its customers turnkey solutions for complex tasks in automation and quality assurance. Complete, scalable, easy-to-use application solutions with the synergy effects of machine vision, robotics, lighting and control technology, plant engineering, up to and including the increase in efficiency through algorithms of AI.

BCN3D announces new partnership with 3DGBIRE, boosting its growth in the British and Irish Additive Manufacturing industry

BCN3D a leading manufacturer of 3D printing solutions and 3DGBIRE the premium service and training provider for Additive Manufacturing For Industry within the UK and Ireland, announced today their partnership distribution agreement to provide the best possible local experience in the British and Irish markets. Under this new agreement, 3DGBIRE becomes the exclusive distributor of BCN3D in Britain and Ireland.

Stora Enso to start feasibility study for expanding pulp and board capacity at Skoghall Mill

Stora Enso has decided to commence a feasibility study and environmental permit application process on enhancing and expanding the pulp- and board-making capabilities at its Skoghall Mill in Sweden. The investment would leverage the already strong mill into an integrated, highly cost-competitive and environmentally-friendly producer of packaging board and bleached softwood market pulp. The investment would serve customers globally and further establish Stora Enso as a provider of high-quality, renewable packaging materials.

Koenig & Bauer publishes its Q3 report 2020

Further improvement of operating earnings in a challenging environment
9M order intake significantly better than the industry trend for printing presses
Revenue before special item due to new revenue recognition guideline also better than industry trend
Clearly positive cash flow in Q3 and significant improvement compared to the previous year
Decided Performance 2024 programme in implementation

Henkel achieves strong organic sales growth in the third quarter

Group sales grow organically by 3.9% to around 5 billion euros; nominal -1.5%

All business units show positive development:
Adhesive Technologies with positive organic sales growth of 1.3%, nominal -4.8%
Beauty Care reports very strong organic sales growth of 4.3%, nominal 3.0%
Laundry & Home Care achieves significant organic sales growth of 7.7%, nominal 0.7%
Regional sales development shows a differentiated picture: Emerging markets 8.8%, mature markets 0.6%
New guidance for fiscal 2020 presented in October

technotrans increases consolidated revenue compared with previous quarter and achieves adjusted EBIT margin on a par with previous year

Group revenue of € 141.5 million only 7.8 % below previous year despite corona / Consolidated EBIT remains positive at € 3.9 million; EBIT margin at 2.8 %; adjusted for non-recurrent effects at 4.2 % on the same level as a year ago / Positive free cash flow in the amount of € 3.5 million / Board of Management concretizes annual forecast for 2020 and remains confident for 2021

Successful implementation of transformation strengthens Heidelberg in times of COVID-19

At € 97 million for the first half-year, EBITDA excluding restructuring result significantly up on previous year (€ 69 million)
Signs of recovery for sales and incoming orders
Corporate bond repaid early – interest payments reduced by € 12 million p.a.
Package of measures sustainably lowers cost base
Forecast for financial year 2020/2021 unchanged


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