14 August 2009
World Color Press reports loss, improvement over last year
MONTREAL—World Color Press, the company formerly known as Quebecor World Inc., reported a second quarter loss of US$59.5 million, an improvement over the loss of US$77.1 million in the same period a year ago.


Revenue dipped by 28% to US$702.5 million, down from US$975.5 million last year.

The company is hoping to save $100 million in costs from its recently announced plan of cutting wages and benefits for union and non-union workers.

It also announced yesterday that it had cut selling, general and administrative expenses by 17% compared to last year.

Quebecor World emerged from bankruptcy protection last month under the new moniker, World Color Press.
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