Molins (MLIN) does much of its work for the tobacco industry, but it was the high-speed packaging machinery business that impressed most in 2012. Profit there tripled to £1.5m and a 5 per cent increase in the order book improves visibility. It's also forced earnings upgrades out of broker Canaccord Genuity, which now thinks the shares could be worth 200p.
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