Investor Day 2019
Date: Monday, 03 June 2019
Time: 08h00 - 12h00 (CAT)
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Explore our capabilities and solutions
Our customised solutions encompass the multifaceted fields of value-add logistics, supply chain management and route-to-market. Alongside our clients, we collaboratively design and deliver these - co-creating valuable, competitive edge.
We focus on 7 key industries, covering the entire spectrum from industrial, commercial and consumer activities. Our deep experience and unrivalled ability to customise solutions ensures the ongoing relevance and competitiveness of our clients.
- Leading positions in regional markets provide platforms for sustainable growth
- Competitive differentiation centred on agility and customisation
- Trusted partner to multinational clients
- Asset right business model underpins financial profile
- Vision to unlock benefits of "One Imperial Logistics"
- Track record for consistent growth
- Strong and committed leadership
Latest news from our businesses
Imperial Logistics offers new bonded storage solution in Kenya
Imperial Logistics has acquired International Healthcare Distributors in Kenya and thereby gained access to bond licences for the bonded storage of pharmaceuticals, chemical products and electronics. This extension of the JSE-listed supply chain and logistics leader’s route-to-market capabilities in East Africa will speed up the delivery of medicines to patients and reduce multinational clients’ duties and tariffs, says Imperial Logistics’ African Regions CEO, Johan Truter.See the full article
Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) partners with the LSC Group
Following a rigorous tender and approval process, the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) has appointed Imperial Logistics group company LSC as its exclusive provider of human capital management services.See the full article
Imperial Logistics supplies medical kits to Mozambique and Venezuela
International aid organisations, amongst others, once again placed their trust in Imperial Logistics’ sourcing and procurement business, Imres, to get critically needed medical kits to areas affected by Cyclone Idai in southern Africa and to crisis torn Venezuela.See the full article