Heidelberg posts healthy Q1 figures

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Nessan Cleary

Heidelberg has released its figures for the first quarter of this financial year, showing group sales up to 9 percent to €541 million. Incoming orders have risen 6 percent to €665 million, whilst the operating result has gone up from €14m to €20m. Heidelberg attributes this success to its new subscription sales offering as well as its inkjet packaging presses.

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