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July 11, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

Cambridge-based Domino Printing Sciences Plc has reported pre-tax profits for the half year ending April 30 up 67% to UKP3.4m. Turnover was up 28% to UKP26.4m. Domino makes and markets industrial ink jet printers – a new lucrative printing market that has helped the company to achieve such healthy figures has been the introduction of European legislation requiring use by and best before expiry dates on food. The company expects to continue to benefit from new labelling laws. Domino has also recently signed a UKP1m printing contract with The Daily Mirror Group. Chairman Gerald Dennis says he expects the growth achieved in the first half to continue into the second half and noted the particular success of sales of the company’s Codebox and Solo printers, which have been enhanced.

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