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Business Day John Hunt, MD Mpact Recycling talks to Stephen Gunnion about the business of rubbish ahead of Recycling Day.
North Eastern Tribune Many people regard recyclable materials as mere junk but these items make a significant contribution to the country’s economy.
CNBC AFRICA Packaging manufacturer Mpact today reported a 13 per cent increase in first half revenue while diluted headline earnings per share were up 19 per cent. The company also announced plans for a 350 million rand plastic recycling plant. For more CNBC Africa is joined by Mpact CEO Bruce Strong.
Business Day Packaging manufacturer Mpact lifted its basic underlying earnings per share 19.2% in the first half to June, saying that the creditable achievement was in the face of considerable economic headwinds. The group attributed this mainly to a favourable sales mix and improved productivity relating to capital expenditure over the past four years.
Engineering News JSE-listed paper and plastic packaging manufacturer and recycler Mpact has entered into an agreement with the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) to build a R350-million polyethylene terephthalate (PET) recycling plant in Gauteng, the company announced on Wednesday, in conjunction with the release of its financial results for the six months ended June 30.
Business Report Mpact was venturing into plastic recycling with plans to build a plant for R350 million in partnership with the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC), the listed packaging group announced yesterday.
Fin24 Mpact CEO, Bruce Strong, discusses their new venture into plastics recycling.