In the half-year to end June the company saw revenues up 2% compared to the previous year. However the appreciation of sterling against the US dollar had a "significant" effect as the company primarily trades in dollars. On a constant currency basis revenue rose 9%.
Orders in the first half rose 3%, or 9% on a constant currency basis.
Whilst the weaker dollar has hit revenues, it has lowered the company's cost of sales, which has helped increase
It said it continued to reduce net debt during the half year, with net debt of
The company will issue its interim results
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