Robinson sees annual profit 'comfortably in line' with expectations

Writer, Stock Market Wire
Monday, January 21, 2019 - 07:16

Packaging company Robinson said it expected its annual profit to be 'comfortably in line' with market expectations amid a 10% rise in revenue.

The revenue rise came as underlying volumes for the year through December rose 7%.

'Following the previously announced leadership changes, we foresee no change in strategy and will continue to pursue plans for incremental improvement in our bottom line,' Robinson said.

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