R/€ = 14.26
R/$ = 10.35
Au 1262.63 $/oz
Pt 1391.00 $/oz
Nov 05, 2013
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
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...
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...
Nov 28, 2012
JSE-listed explosives and specialty chemicals company AECI on Wednesday announced Mark Dytor as its new CEO, effective March 1. Dytor would take over the position from Graham Edwards, who is retiring next year after five years at the helm of the group. Edwards would...
Jul 25, 2012
Industrial chemicals and explosives manufacturer AECI was assessing more opportunities for its explosives business AEL Mining Services in Mozambique and West Africa, CEO Graham Edwards said Wednesday. This formed part of AECI’s growth strategy in the rest of Africa...
May 10, 2007
Speciality chemicals firm Chemical Services (Chemserve) will, before the end of 2008, build a new 20 000 t/ycarbon disulphide (CS2) plant at Sasolburg, south of Johannesburg, a Chemserve spokesperson said on Thursday.
Aug 30, 2005
The sale of a 25,1% interest in ImproChem to the Tiso Group has been concluded for a total consideration of R94-million.