Fuji Xerox NZ sales have fallen steadily since the company weathered a financial scandal in 2017, but it has also turned around into profit.
Financial statements for the year to 31 March 2019, show the print and document giant's sales fell by $6.7 million from $179.6 million in 2018 to $172.9 million.
Sales in 2017, before the scandal erupted, were $188 million.
The company had been barred from participating in some government contracts and this partial ban applied for all of its 2019 financial year, before being lifted in April.
On top of lower sales, Fuji Xerox NZ's cost of sales increased unfavourably, from $71.8 million to $75.6 million, or by $3.8 million.
However, all other expense categories fell during the year -- distribution by $4 million, administration by $10.5 million, and restructuring expenses by $2.2 million.
As a result, Fuji Xerox NZ's $2.4 million operating loss in 2018 turned into a $4.1 million operating profit.
With interest costs included, a $7.6 million net loss became a small $53,000 net profit.
Fuji Xerox Finance also reported overnight. The combined results delivered a before-tax profit of $3.8 million, repayment of external debts amounting to $20.2 million and continued positive operating cash flows.
Fuji Xerox NZ managing director Peter Thomas thanked his team for their efforts to get the company back in the black.
“We also thank our shareholder for their unwavering support and commitment to our turnaround plan, which has helped ensure our company can continue to deliver leading edge technology and printing solutions to customers right across New Zealand for years to come," he said.
A Serious Fraud Office investigation into the company was said to be still ongoing in February as a result of the scandal which included sales reporting irregularities in Australia and saw the company's Japan-based chairman and three senior executives resign in 2017.
The accounts also noted pending litigation action in relation to breach of contract that it said appeared unlikely to result in significant liability. That appears to refer to a dispute with Copy Solutions Exports Ltd in relation to a contract for the sale of second-hand printers.