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Revenue Down, But Fuji Xerox Australia Returns To Black

SYDNEY: Fuji Xerox Australia has posted a profit for the year ended March 31, despite a drop in revenue to $608 million, down from $650 million in 2019.

Despite having been landed with a $49 million tax bill in 2019, and subsequently posting a loss of $47 million for that year, Fuji Xerox has still turned to the black, posting a profit of $5.9 million.

Customer contracts and sales of goods shrank. However, Fuji’s services arm grew 53pc – from $5.8 million to $8.8 million.

Meanwhile, its cost of sales fell by 16pc to $386 million. At the same time, cash at the bank shrank by 37pc – from $79 million to $49 million.

The Japanese-headquartered Fuji Xerox is set to end its technology partnership with the US-based Xerox Corporation and will change its name to Fujifilm Business Innovation, as Fuji Xerox’s brand licence and sales deal with Xerox ends on 31 March 2021.


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