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The Reunert group manages a diversified portfolio of businesses in the fields of electrical engineering, information and communication technologies and defence and allied technologies.
We believe that each of these businesses is capable of meeting the group’s objectives for sustainable growth and earnings. We will seek meaningful growth opportunities that are either compatible with our leading competencies or that are sensible, strategically-aligned extensions of our existing businesses.
AUDITED GROUP RESULTS 2014
Audited preliminary consolidated results
2014 INTERIM FINANCIAL RESULTS
|Last date to trade
|Friday, 10 January 2014|
|First date of trading
|Monday, 13 January 2014|
|Record date||Friday, 17 January 2014|
|Dividend No 175
|Monday, 20 January 2014|
|Annual general meeting||Monday, 17 February 2014|
|Financial year-end||Tuesday, 30 September 2014|
|Announcement of interim results for 2014||Tuesday, 20 May 2014|
|Announcement of final
results for 2014
|Tuesday, 18 November 2014|
|2014 Annual Integrated Report||Friday, 19 December 2014|
Reunert appoints new CEO
August 11th, 2014
In his chairman's statement in Reunert's 2013 Integrated Report, Trevor Munday advised that chief executive, David Rawlinson, would retire in 2014.
That period is now approaching completion. Mr Alan Dickson will be appointed as chief executive with effect from 1 October 2014, being the start of Reunert's new financial year.
Disposal by Nashua Mobile of its subscriber bases
April 14th, 2014
Reunert Limited, the holding company of Nashua Mobile, today issued an announcement detailing a transaction that Nashua Mobile has concluded with Vodacom and MTN (MNOs). Nashua Mobile has not renewed its agreements on the terms on which it was appointed as a service provider to MTN and Vodacom which recently expired. Pursuant to the termination of these agreements, Nashua Mobile will sell the relevant segments of its customer base to Vodacom and MTN. Concurrently, Nashua Mobile is also pursuing the sale of its Cell C customer base to a third party. The culmination of these transactions will result in the closure of Nashua Mobile and its operations.