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19 February 2021 11:00
(Sharecast News) - Printed circuit board laminate and materials supplier Holders Technology reported group revenue of £9.84m in its final results on Friday, down from £12.16m year-on-year.
2 October 2020 12:52
(Sharecast News) - Holders Technology announced the creation of a 50-50 joint venture with Senson on Friday, to be known as Holders Technology Data Analytics (HTDA).
7 April 2020 16:41
(Sharecast News) - Printed circuit board materials company Holders Technology updated the market on its trading and the impact of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic on its operations in the UK and Germany on...
23 August 2019 08:04
(Sharecast News) - Holders Technology reported a drop in interim profits and revenue on Friday as challenges in the German automotive industry impacted the company's printed circuit board manufacturing...
22 February 2019 10:07
(Sharecast News) - Holders Technology on Friday reported that its full-year profits more than tripled after an increase in revenue from its LED solutions division.
27 July 2018 09:18
(Sharecast News) - LED solutions provider Holders Technology told investors it had swung to a profit when turning in its interim results on Friday.
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