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Logistics leader leverages enhanced capabilities to deliver exceptional growth

[Johannesburg, 28 August 2014] - Logistics and supply chain leader Imperial Logistics has grown its revenue from R18 billion to R22 billion for the financial year ended 30 June 2014. Chief business development officer Cobus Rossouw attributes the group's 22% growth – along with a 38% increase in operating profit – to its successful consolidation that is now bearing fruit.

"Imperial Logistics has started to reap the rewards of the consolidation process that we embarked on last year. By simplifying our business and honing in on our capabilities, we have successfully established leaders beyond reproach that have delivered major contracts in the year under review," Rossouw states.

The absence of any major industrial action during this financial year, along with a number of significant acquisitions and the continued expansion of Imperial Logistics' African footprint, also contributed to the group's excellent results, he adds.
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