Imperial Logistics has introduced a performance-based incentive plan for management after a group of shareholders rejected its remuneration policy in October 2018.

Imperial chairperson Phumzile Langeni said in the company’s 2019 annual report that the group's remuneration committee had discussions with the shareholders and conducted a “detailed” review of the remuneration policy and its implementation.

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