Revenues for 2016 were $1.5 billion.
The moves are aimed at growing the company’s digital printing business.
ULTRASTREAM produces round, uniform dots 10 times faster than drop-on-demand using a single array of printheads.
Xerox sells its FreeFlow Print Server (FFPS) DFE business to EFI.
VUTEk LED and soft signage printers make worldwide debut.
Fifth imaging unit of the NexPress ZX Platform provides new creative capabilities.
Company reports that it remains in talks with potential buyers, but talks will continue into 2017.
Compares with a net loss of $21 million for the same period a year ago.
Proceeds to be used to pay down existing debt.
Jacobson will be CEO of Xerox following the completion of the company’s separation into two independent, companies.
J Press is complemented by a Kodak NexPress for short-run, quick-turn workflows.
Receives contract to manufacture 1200dpi LED printheads for NEXPRESS platform.
KODAK FLEXCEL NX System ’16, PROSPER Press and S-Series Imprinting Solutions are among highlights.
GAAP net income was $8 million for the quarter, an improvement of $31 million over the same period a year ago.
Toppan Forms will utilize new PROSPER 6000C Press for variable textbook, business mail printing.
Jacobson currently serves as president of Xerox Technology.
Receives award for Best Corrugated Printer/Solution during drupa.
Kodak announced that they reached its drupa 2016 sales target on day 7 of the conference and 181% of the target by the final day of the show. Jeff Clarke, CEO of Kodak, commented: “We … clearly positioned Kodak at the forefront…
Reached sales target on day seven and 181% of target on the final day of the show.
Kodak PROSPER 6000C Press, seven Kodak PROSPER S-Series Imprinting Systems added by Novus.
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