Port issues could stymie start of Pepkor’s new financial year
The success of the first quarter of 2024 hinges on the festive season and back-to-school sales
Low-cost retailer Pepkor has become the latest company to flag the effect of disruptions at SA ports on its business, with imported stock being delayed by about by two weeks.
However, it is well-stocked for the festive season and January’s back-to-school trade. ..
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