Baldwin Technology Company – Update Interview

As Baldwin Technology Company, Inc. (BLD – $1.16), a global leader in process automation technology for the printing industry, announced its second quarter results a few days ago, we figured it was time to ask Mr. Karl Puehringer, the Company’s President and CEO, about Baldwin’s growth plans and outlook.

We believe that as the economy is bottoming out, the printing industry, being very cyclical, will start to grow as well. And because Baldwin is one of the leading Companies in the industry, it will be among the first ones to profit from that revival.

Additionally, Baldwin has implemented a strict cost reduction program and is forming alliances with other leading companies in the printing industry so they can stay one step ahead of their competition.

Click the start button below to listen to the interview. We also look forward to your comments.




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  • “We believe that as the economy is bottoming out…”

    Is it now. I’m not sure we’re entirely out of the woods as yet.

    jmat

    • Jmat many thanks for your reply. You’re correct. We certainly aren’t out of the woods yet.

      But we are starting to see some positive indications next to all the negative ones. So, this will continue to be a bumpy ride for some time, but I believe many companies and economies worldwide are beginning to stabilize.

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