Metair CEO Theo Loock. Picture: ROBERT BOTHA
Metair CEO Theo Loock. Picture: ROBERT BOTHA

Metair has swung into an interim loss of more than R215m, largely because the company had to write down its 25% stake in German battery maker Akkumulatorenfabrik Moll.

The Covid-19 lockdown, which forced it to close factories, also affected the group.

Business Day TV spoke to Metair CEO Theo Loock about how he plans to steer the group through the challenges that lie ahead.

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