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Kap Industrial Sees FY HEPS To Be Between 44.9 - 41.3 Cents
KAP Industrial Holdings FY HEPS Seen At Least 12 Cents Lower Than Last Year
KAP Industrial Says Allan Gray's Clients Now Holds 28.1 Pct Stake
KAP Industrial Holdings Limited is engaged in diversified industrial business focused on growth in African markets. The Company operates through two segments: Diversified Logistics and Diversified Industrial. The Diversified Logistics segment includes contractual logistics, which include specialized contractual supply chain and logistics services, and passenger transport, which includes personnel, commuter, intercity and tourism transport. The Diversified Industrial segment includes integrated timber, including forestry and timber manufacturing operations with primary and secondary processing; chemical, which includes manufacture of polyethylene terephthalate, resin and formaldehyde; automotive components, including the manufacture of components used in new vehicle assembly and after-market vehicle accessories, and integrated bedding, which includes manufacture of foam, fabrics, springs, bases and mattresses. Its chemical operations include the Safripol, Hosaf and Woodchem businesses.
Block D, Stellentia Road
Jacob de Vos du Toit
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Gary Noel Chaplin
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Karel Johan Grove
Non-Executive Deputy Chairman of the Board
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Theodore de Klerk
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Troubled South African retailer Steinhoff International Holdings NV said on Wednesday it had raised 4.8 billion rand ($332 million) from the sale of its 26 percent stake in KAP Industrial Holdings Ltd .
Troubled South African retailer Steinhoff said on Tuesday it would place up to 694 million shares in KAP Industrial via an accelerated bookbuilding to raise cash to repay debt and shore up its finances.
Troubled South African retailer Steinhoff said on Tuesday it would place up to 6.94 million shares in KAP Industrial via an accelerated bookbuilding in an effort to plug a liquidity gap.
* SUCCESSFULLY PLACED PLACING SHARES AT PRICE OF R8.15 PER PLACING SHARE RAISING TOTAL GROSS PROCEEDS OF R3.667 BILLION
* Finalisation announcement in respect of proposed claw-back offer to KAP shareholders
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