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Distell sustains half-year revenue growth with 9% lift

Distell Group, a leading South African-based cider, spirits and wine producer with foot prints in several African countries including Nigeria and across the globe reported half-year revenue growth of 9.1% through the end of December. Revenue rose to R14.4bn rand (US$1bn) on -0.5% volumes.

In South Africa, revenue was up 7.4% on a negative 2.2% volume. The growth was led by a 10.6% sales boost in the spirit segment, particularly Gin and Vodka, with whisky recovering. Cider and RTD (ready-to-drink) performed strongly with revenue growing 7.6%, led by Savanna, Extreme and Bernini.

Distell records full year revenue and profit rise despite challenging market conditions

Distell Group, South Africa’s leading cider, spirits and wine producer reported revenue growth of 10.4% for the full-year ending in June 2018. Revenue grew to R24.2bn rand ($1.9bn) on a 4.6% volume lift.

The company reported a strong growth of 10.1% in South Africa, its home market on 4.4% higher volumes amid low GDP growth and higher cost of living putting increased pressure on consumer disposable income.

Distell derives 74% of its revenue in South Africa.

Distell’s full-year revenue grows 3.7% despite challenges

Distell Group, the South African wines, spirits and cider producer on Monday reported a 3.7% revenue growth for the full-year ended 30th June 2017. Revenue rose to R22.3bn ($1.72bn).

The company noted that its South African market which contributed 74% of group sales grew 7.8%, while volumes rose by 1.5%. The second-half of the year saw a marked improvement, with total volumes rising 5.4%.

South Africa’s Nampak posts 11% revenue growth despite currency losses

South Africa-based Nampak, maker of glass bottles, metal cans and a range of cardboard boxes for the beverage industry among others, said on Monday that full-year results ending 30th September 2016 was positive, with revenue rising 11% to R19.1bn ($1.4bn) and group trading profit up 4% to R1.9bn ($139m).

The performance was due to the turnaround at Glass, good trading in Nigeria and Zimbabwe, volume increases from new customers and benefits from operational improvements that resulted in improved efficiencies and cost savings. The group-wide comprehensive performance improvement plan is delivering good results,” said Nampak CEO, André de Ruyter.

South Africa’s Distell Group sees full-year revenue and profit rise amid volatile trading environment

South Africa’s leading wines, spirits and cider producer, Distell Group Ltd, said on Wednesday that full-year revenue for period ending 30 June 2016 rose 9.6% to R21.5bn rand ($1.46bn), helped by a deepening of market penetration in its home market where it now has access to 36,000 outlets across the country.

Distell which also makes ciders such as Savanna, Hunter gold, Hunter Dry, among others said that revenue in its home front climbed 12.1% to R15.4bn ($1.05bn) on a 9% volume lift during a period of contraction in the economy and pressure on consumer spending.