We are proud to announce that Vector Logistics Division, a business unit of RCL FOODS has received two prestigious awards at the Professional Management Review (PMR) Award prize giving. These 2 awards were a Diamond award (Measured as Outstanding) and the Silver Award (Measured as Very Good). PMR.africa conducted its annual, national survey on 200
RCL FOODS prides itself on doing things differently and has long been a leading advocate of women empowerment. The Basadi Bereka (seTswana for Women at Work) programme, launched in April, is doing just that – helping women in the RCL FOODS chicken processing operation reach their ultimate and full potential. Over the past few months,
Meet Stirling Piu, a BComm Graduate who successfully completed the RCL FOODS Management Trainee Programme in 2013 and is now fulfilling his passion as a Project Manager in the Business Intelligence team. Stirling’s Background Born and raised in Durban, Stirling grew up working behind the shop counter of his parents’ business, which he says taught him the value of
You can have the best product and the best strategy, but it’s the skill, passion and knowledge of your team that really make you fly. In the Chicken Agriculture space, one of the ways we’re giving our team wings is through our very own RCL FOODS Consumer Agric Technical School. For the group of managers
PERFORMANCE HEADLINES • Groceries deliver consistent growth • Suppressed market pricing in Chicken • Adverse sales mix in Sugar • Millbake turnaround progressing well • Cost pressures erode Animal Feed and Logistics margins • Strong cash generation and low gearing Durban 4 March 2019 – RCL FOODS today reported that headline earnings for the six
At RCL FOODS, we take ‘seeing and doings things differently’ very seriously – and that’s exactly the approach we’ve taken with developing our people’s skills for the future of the working world. RCL FOODS Linkedin Learning platform We all know that retail, marketing and production have been positively disrupted by digital – and so have
PERFORMANCE HIGHLIGHTS • 52,7% increase in headline earnings • Exceptional performance from most grocery brands • Strong Chicken recovery • Sugar impacted by dumped imports • Growth strategy gains momentum Durban, 28 August 2018: RCL FOODS today reported a 52.7% increase in headline earnings for the year ended June 2018 despite a challenging trading environment.
SALIENT FEATURES Strong earnings growth Chicken recovery ahead of expectation following restructure, adverse impact on Logistics and Animal Feed in line with expectation Sugar margins compromised by significant imports despite strong operational performance and volume recovery post drought Grocery brands continue to perform well in a market showing muted growth Interim dividend declared of 15,0