Imperial expects double-digit growth in its headline earnings per share, helped in part by the lower base created in the matching a year ago when earnings dipped. Picture: SUPPLIED
Imperial expects double-digit growth in its headline earnings per share, helped in part by the lower base created in the matching a year ago when earnings dipped. Picture: SUPPLIED
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Imperial Logistics has reported a slump in profit after tax from continuing operations to R90m in the year to end-June. This was largely due to impairments, which offset a 2% increase in revenue from continuing operations.

However, the company believes that earnings should improve in the year to end-June 2020.

Business Day TV caught up with Imperial Logistics CEO Mohammed Akoojee to discuss the group’s full-year results and what lies ahead for the company.  

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