MacFarlane Group plc (MACF) Ordinary 25p Shares
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19 November 2020 11:17
(Sharecast News) - Macfarlane Group said it expected annual profit would be broadly in line with the year before after sales were better than expected.
6 July 2020 09:20
(Sharecast News) - Packaging and labelling company Macfarlane Group said on Monday that sales had been "more resilient" than previously anticipated throughout the second quarter of its trading year.
12 May 2020 12:50
(Sharecast News) - Macfarlane said it expected to stay profitable in 2020 despite demand for its packaging products falling by up to a quarter during the Covid-19 crisis.
22 August 2019 11:30
(Sharecast News) - Macfarlane Group reported a 5.4% improvement in its group turnover for the first half on Thursday, to £107.54m.
7 May 2019 13:48
(Sharecast News) - Packaging and label company Macfarlane has bought Buckinghamshire-based protective packaging distribution business Ecopac for up to £3.9m in cash.
21 February 2019 10:19
(Sharecast News) - Macfarlane Group shares were down on Thursday morning, after it reported another year of "significant growth" in its 2018 annual results, with sales up 11% to £217.3m.
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