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, which it attributes to its new subscription model with 20 customers so far. However, the overall financial result for the first half of the year is a loss of €28 million partly down to the partial repayment of €55 million of the existing high-yield bond as well as higher restructuring costs of around €5 million.

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