Heidelberg hits first profitable half year in a decade

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Nessan Cleary

Heidelberg’s financial figures for the first half of this year from April to September have shown a net profit of €28 million, the first profitable half year in ten years as the company continues to transition to a digital supplier. Rainer Hundsdörfer, CEO of Heidelberg, commented: “Heidelberg will be setting new standards when it comes to technologies of the future, digitization, and efficiency. The necessary cultural shift has only just begun.”

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