Manroland Sheetfed, the German press builder rescued from insolvency by British industrialist Tony Langley two years ago next week, has posted a profit in the year to 31st December 2013.
...press builder formally becomes a division of Langley Holdings PLC
Manroland Sheetfed GmbH, the German printing press builder acquired by the British industrialist Tony Langley in January 2012, has completed legal formalities to incorporate the company as a wholly owned subsidiary of Langley Holdings PLC, the engineering group founded by Mr Langley in 1975.
One of the UK’s most prestigious fashion houses has ordered a Manroland press to print its own high-quality literature. David Nieper, a designer and manufacturer of women’s knitwear, nightwear and clothing, will take delivery of the ROLAND 704LV HiPrint December.
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Retford 25 July 2013. Langley Holdings plc, has today released its Interim Trading Statement for the six months to 30 June 2013. The group posted a profit before tax of €40.4 million on revenues of €386 million, compared with €39.3 million for the same period last year.