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Jul 29, 2014
AECI CEO Mark Dytor
AECI’s explosives arm AEL has branched out into Australia as it teams up with undisclosed customers for the supply of explosives into this new market. An AECI office had been established in Brisbane, while preparations were under way to ship a bulk emulsion plant...
May 08, 2014
Water scarcity and demand for food are the key global megatrends driving merger and acquisition activity in the African chemicals industry, particularly in the vital water treatment and agrochemicals sectors. This is the view of Deloitte Sub-Saharan Africa Chemicals...
Feb 25, 2014
Increased demand for chemical explosives by the South African mining sector drove speciality group AECI’s earnings for the year ended December 31 northwards, pointing to a stronger minerals industry than that of 2012. However, strikes in the platinum mining industry...
Feb 11, 2014
JSE-listed speciality chemicals group AECI on Tuesday announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary ImproChem would acquire Clariant Southern Africa’s water treatment business in Africa as well as its Southern African assets for a total cash consideration of...
Nov 05, 2013
AECI CEO Mark Dytor
The disposal of the bulk of South Africa-based explosives and chemicals company AECI’s surplus property assets in Modderfontein, Gauteng, for over R1-billion is expected to generate R14-billion in direct and indirect benefits for the national economy over a 15-year...
Jul 24, 2013
Mark Dytor
Industrial chemicals and explosives manufacturer AECI would work “furiously” to pursue acquisitions in the rest of Africa and South America, CEO Mark Dytor said on Wednesday. The JSE-listed group, which was currently in talks for four or five undisclosed potential...
Jul 11, 2013
In line with its strategy of growing its value-adding specialty product and service offering to Southern Africa’s food production sector, chemicals group AECI on Thursday announced its intention to acquire animal feed company SA Premix. “AECI subsidiary Chemfit...
Feb 26, 2013
South African chemicals and explosives producer AECI would, in the year ahead, focus on improving the operational performance of its explosives business AEL Mining Services, the company’s incoming CEO Mark Dytor said on Wednesday. At the group’s results presentation...
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