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Michael La Spisa appointed new MD of Durable USA

Michael La Spisa appointed new MD of Durable USA

DURABLE Office Products Corporation USA appointed a new Managing Director in January. Michael La Spisa replaced Theo Wolfensberger, who retired after a long time with DURABLE.

Navigator sales up 6% in Europe

Navigator sales up 6% in Europe

Portucel Soporcel has announced that sales of Navigator paper in Europe climbed 6% in 2014.

Sales drop 9% at ACCO Brands

Sales drop 9% at ACCO Brands

ACCO Brands registered a 9% drop in 4th quarter net sales to $459.9 million from $503.7 million in the prior-year quarter.

Latest digital issue of The Office Times online

Latest digital issue of The Office Times online

We are pleased to announce that the latest digital issue of The Office Times (January) is now online

Strong BTS boosts BIC's 2014 sales

Strong BTS boosts BIC's 2014 sales

BIC reports that its Full Year 2014 Stationery Net Sales increased 9.8% (+0.8% as reported excluding Cello Pens and Sheaffer) and were up 4.2% on a comparative basis.

Canon to acqure network video camera manufacturer

Canon to acqure network video camera manufacturer

Canon has announced that it is planning to acquire Swedish security camera maker Axis Communications in a US$2.8 billion deal.

Jarir Marketing continues to expand

Saudi Arabian stationery and book retailer Jarir Marketing has increased dividend payments by 25.5 percent increase following a fourth-quarter net profit of 200.8 million riyals (47 million euros).

Herma switches to hydropower

Herma switches to hydropower

HERMA has switched its production facilities to energy from renewable sources

Opportunity for Amazon following closure of Radioshack

Opportunity for Amazon following closure of Radioshack

With Radioshack announcing the closure of 1,784 stores across North America after filing for bankruptcy, reports suggest Amazon could be looking to increase its brick-and-mortar presence.

Stora Enso sales down after drop in paper sales

Stora Enso sales down after drop in paper sales

Sales at Stora Enso were down 2.3% to 2,552 million euros in the fourth quarter of 2015 with ‘structurally declining paper and divested businesses’ accounting for the decline.



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