Nampak says a combination of waning demand for plastic and paper and high labour costs has resulted in lower-than-expected turnover for the first quarter of its 2024 financial year.

On the upside, the JSE-listed packaging producer said Bevcan SA and DivFood had delivered operational and trading performance improvements through margin management, cost reduction and efficiency gains...

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