Communisis, the Leeds-based media company, has reported a 24% surge in profit before tax to 14.4 million in preliminary shopping results for all seasons ended 31 December 2017.
Total revenue to your year stood at 375.9 million, representing a 4% rise on 2016.
“Strong exchanging 2017 saw Communisis generating profitable growth with good degrees of free income along with a significant lowering of net debt,” said Chief Exec Andy Blundell.
“Long-term contracts are actually secured using a major UK Bank with Proximity Ltd to give communication services for the BBC for your TV Licensing programme.
“A technique for the Group’s next phase of growth is launched today: a focused, three year intend to create enhanced returns to shareholders even as enhance the value we provide to our clients.”
During the entire year, the provider also expanded its global footprint with overseas sales now comprising 30% of total turnover when compared with 26% in 2016.
The company also secured a different contract by using a major UK bank and renewed a binding agreement using the BBC.
Communisis added that its growth technique of the following growth phase is “highly focussed” when using the board anticipating another positive year.