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Tongaat Hulett Limited is engaged in agriculture and agri-processing business. The Company focuses on the feedstocks of sugarcane and maize. Its activities also include land management and property development. It produces a range of carbohydrate products from sugarcane and maize. It operates over four wet-milling plants located in Kliprivier, Germiston and Meyerton in Gauteng and Bellville in the Western Cape. It converts over 630,000 tons of bought-in maize per annum into starch and starch-based products. It also manufactures a range of products, from unmodified maize starch to glucose products, which are ingredients for manufacturers of foodstuffs, beverages and a range of industrial products. Its animal feeds operation, Voermol Feeds, manufactures and markets a range of energy and supplementary feeds. Its starch, glucose and feed ingredient brands include Amryal cornstarch, Hydex and Vaalgold Gluten. The Company's Sorbitol facility is located in Chloorkop in Gauteng.
Amanzimnyama Hill Road, Tongaat
Louis Von Zeuner
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board,
John Gavin Hudson
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Rob David Aitken
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Commercial Executive - Mozambique
Rosario D. S. Cumbi
Managing Director - Sugar Mozambique
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The following company announcements, scheduled economic indicators, debt and currency market moves and political events may affect South African markets on Tuesday.
South Africa's Tongaat Hulett Ltd said on Thursday it was looking to negotiate a standstill agreement with its lenders, which had already agreed to waive some of their rights related to their loans to the troubled sugar producer.
South African sugar producer Tongaat Hulett Ltd said on Wednesday it would restate prior financial information after a formal review revealed certain accounting practices that needed to be re-examined.
* Sugar producer in talks with Angola to grow presence (Recasts with growth in Angola, adds share price, gives CEO comment)
Sugar producer Tongaat Hulett said on Monday its full-year profit fell by 37 percent, weighed down by higher-than-expected sugar imports by South Africa and low international prices.
Sugar producer Tongaat Hulett said on Thursday full year profits are expected to fall by at least 30 percent on the back of higher than expected sugar imports into its South Africa operations.
* TONGAAT HULETT - HEADLINE EARNINGS FOR YEAR ENDED MARCH3 1 ARE EXPECTED TO REFLECT A DECREASE OF AT LEAST 30% COMPARED TO YEAR ENDED 31 MARCH 2017.
South Africa's Tongaat Hulett reported a 5 percent rise in half-year profit on Monday, boosted by recovered production after a two-year drought and income from land sales.
South Africa's Tongaat Hulett reported a 5 percent rise in half-year profit on Monday boosted by recovered production after a two-year drought and income from land sales.
* TONGAAT HULETT LTD - HY REVENUE OF R8,118 BILLION (2016: R8,503 BILLION) - 4,5%
South African sugar producer Tongaat Hulett expects half-year profit to rise 4.8 percent as production recovered after a two-year drought and due to land sales, it said in a trading update on Thursday.
* HY HEADLINE EARNINGS ARE EXPECTED TO BE APPROXIMATELY R661 MILLION, COMPARED TO R631 MILLION EARNED IN PREVIOUS HALF-YEAR
South Africa's Tongaat Hulett said on Monday it will build a refinery at its Mozambican sugar mill to process brown sugar into white sugar, in a country which has a shortage of refined white sugar.
South Africa's Tongaat Hulett reported a 45 percent rise in full-year earnings on Monday, helped by higher export prices and improved local prices.
South Africa's Tongaat Hulett expects a 45 percent rise in full-year earnings as its sugar production operations swing back to profit, the company said on Friday.
* Operating profit for year is expected to increase by 40 pct to approximately r2,333 billion (2016: r1,669 billion)
South Africa's Tongaat Hulett posted a 3.7 percent rise in half-year profit on Monday, in line with its forecast, citing higher international prices and effective import protection.
* Six-month revenue of R8.503 billion (2015: R7.609 billion) +11.7 pct
* Operating profit for half year is expected to be R1,350 billion (2015: R1,276 billion)
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