Folks in the business of printing love the box. Unlike its troubled cousin, commercial printing, the box is reordered regularly.
In The Target Report’s August 2015 issue, Mark Hahn discusses the state of the newspaper industry.
First quarter core earnings per share for Multi-Color Corp. increased 12 percent to $0.91 per diluted share.
Multi-Color Corp. has announced that its Q4 core earnings per share increased 9 percent to $0.74 per diluted share from $0.68.
Cincinnati-based Multi-Color Corp. announced that it intends to privately offer $250 million in aggregate principal amount of senior notes due 2022. Multi-Color currently intends to enter into an amended and restated revolving credit facility concurrently with, and as a condition to, the closing of the offering of the notes.
The September quarter shows improved organic revenue growth and operating efficiencies for Multi-Color Corp. (MCC), both contributing to better earnings. For example, net revenues increased 21 percent to $213.0 million from $176.6 million compared to the prior year quarter. "We see these improvements as broadly based and sustainable. We are now focused on further organic revenue and earnings growth potential for next fiscal year, as well as acquisition opportunities," said Nigel Vinecombe, president and CEO of Multi-Color Corp.
According to Nigel Vinecombe, president and CEO of Multi-Color Corp., the June quarter represents the first quarter with full contributions from all FY14 acquisitions and with no significant one-off integration costs. Improved gross margins at 21 percent drove core operating income to 13 percent of revenues and core EBITDA to 18 percent of revenues for the quarter.
Multi-Color Corp. has announced the acquisition of the Di-na-cal label business from Graphic Packaging International. Di-na-cal operates manufacturing facilities in Cincinnati, and Greensboro, NC, and provides decorative label solutions primarily in the heat transfer label markets for home and personal care and food and beverage.
RR Donnelley served notice to the former Heartland Press plant in Spencer, IA, that it planned to close for good by March 13. The move leaves 160 employees without jobs. The plant was obtained by Donnelley in the Perry Judd’s acquisition.