Macfarlane Group PLC Trading Update

Mark McIntyre Macfarlane Group

Macfarlane Group PLC (“the Group”) today provides an update on trading for the period to 31 October 2021. The Group’s performance since the first half has been robust in the face of continuing challenging market conditions. The Board now expects the Group will exceed its previous expectations for the full year. Sales revenue has grown by 25% in the year …

Macfarlane Group UK awarded Gold rating from EcoVadis for sustainability

Dylan Macdonald Macfarlane Group, Macfarlane Packaging

Macfarlane Group, the UK’s largest supplier of protective packaging, has achieved a Gold rating in a sustainability survey conducted by EcoVadis. This important rating – which is said to be the world’s most trusted business sustainability rating – places Macfarlane Group in the top 5% of companies assessed globally within its industry sector for sustainability performance.

Macfarlane Group announces acquisition of GWP in South West of England

Dylan Macdonald Macfarlane Group, Macfarlane Packaging

Macfarlane Group PLC (“Macfarlane”) is pleased to announce the acquisition of GWP Holdings Limited the owner of GWP Group Limited (“GWP”), a protective packaging manufacturing and distribution business based in Wiltshire.  The acquisition is in line with Macfarlane’s declared strategy of building its protective packaging business through a combination of organic and acquisitive growth.

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Macfarlane Group PLC Trading Update and Board Changes

Meadhbh Hendrie Macfarlane Group

Trading Update 19 November 2020 Macfarlane Group PLC today provides an update on trading for the period from 30 June 2020 to 31 October 2020. The Board is pleased to announce that the Group sales revenue and profit before tax for the 2nd half of the year to date is ahead of the corresponding period in 2019.  These trends give …

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Macfarlane Group PLC: Trading Update

Mark McIntyre Macfarlane Group

Trading Update At our Annual General Meeting in May we announced that the trading performance in the first quarter of 2020 had been strong with profits well ahead of the same period in 2019.  However, we indicated that we expected demand in the second quarter to reduce by between 20% and 25% of the level achieved in 2019 due to …