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Xaar Plc Says John Mills To Succeed Doug Edwards As CEO
Lombard Odier Asset Management (Europe) Discloses 5.26% Stake As Of Sept 26 In Xaar - Filing
Xaar Appoints John Mills As CEO Designate
Xaar plc is engaged in the development of digital inkjet technology and manufacture of piezoelectric drop-on-demand industrial inkjet printheads. The Company's segments are product sales, commissions and fees, and royalties. It offers a range of industrial inkjet printheads and printhead systems, which are designed and produced to meet the customer-driven requirements of a range of manufacturing applications. Its primary markets include wide-format graphics, ceramic tiles, labels, packaging, coding and marking, three-dimensional (3D) printing, advanced manufacturing and decorative laminates. The Company sells its technology in component form (the printhead) to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) producing and selling the complete digital printing solution to the end market. It partners and co-develops with fluid suppliers, hardware and software integrators, and substrate suppliers to deliver a total solution to the end user.
316 Science Park, Milton Road
Robin George Walton Williams
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Douglas J. Edwards
Chief Executive Officer, Director
Chief Executive Officer Designate, Director
Chief Financial Officer, Director
Jim D. Brault
Chief Human Resource Officer, Executive Director
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London's main index rose for a fifth straight session on Tuesday as weakness in sterling due to the growing risks of an election brought gains for some internationally-focussed stocks, while inkjet technology firm Xaar tanked after warning on results.
XAAR Plc <XAR.L> said on Monday it expects to report a lower revenue in the first-half compared with a year earlier, hurt by inventory being returned to the industrial inkjet technology provider.
European shares clawed back losses on Friday, buoyed by a bounce on Wall Street as a turbulent week drew to a close and investors licked their wounds after the region's benchmark STOXX 600 sank to its lowest level since U.S. President Donald Trump's election.
* FY ADJUSTED PROFIT BEFORE TAX 18.0 MILLION STG VERSUS 19.5 MILLION STG YEAR AGO
* EXPECTS REVENUE IN SECOND HALF YEAR WILL BE BROADLY IN LINE WITH FIRST HALF Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Bangalore.firstname.lastname@example.org)
* REVENUE IN FIRST HALF OF YEAR WAS IN LINE WITH BOARD'S EXPECTATIONS AT £44.0 MILLION
* FY pretax profit 17.9 million stg versus 13.6 million stg year ago
* Has signed an agreement with Xerox corporation to partner in bulk piezoelectric (piezo) inkjet printheads. Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Bengaluru Newsroom: +91 806 749 1136)
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