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Mining Group Infrasors Holdings Limited ends 2012 on a firm note
30 May 2012
Despite the construction sector and the market for industrial mineral sands being depressed, mining group, Infrasors Holdings Limited, has done well to increase turnover by 14.7% to R279m for the year ended February 2012.
Gross profit was also up 16% to R81m from the previous year, largely on the back of higher volumes of product sold. However costs such as electricity, fuel and labour have impacted its Earnings Per Share which is down from 16.1cents to 15.0 cents. Overall, the group sold 1.9mts of its mined and processed products in 2012 as opposed to 1.7mts last year – an increase of 9.7%.
Infrasors Holdings Limited continues on a steady path
19 May 2011
Mining resources company, Infrasors Holdings Limited, has turned in a solid performance for the year ended February 2011 – despite the weak economy and the flagging construction sector.
Group revenue was 15.1% up year-on-year to R243.5m on the back of substantial increases in the volumes sold at its Lyttelton Centurion and Marble Hall mines.
Infrasors Holdings Limited weathers the recession
8 November 2010
Continued investment in new plant and equipment last year to upgrade its operations has paid off for mining company Infrasors Holdings Limited which released its interim results to end August 2010 to the Stock Exchange News Service today.
24th May 2010
Infrasors Holdings Limited ready to turn the corner
Year-end results for the year ended February 2010 released today by base minerals mining company, Infrasors Holdings Limited, show that the company is still being impact
Infrasors seeks turn on property
May 02 2010 10:48
Cape Town – Building supplies specialist, Infrasors Holdings, has proposed developing a sizeable residential development on part of its Pienaarspoort property where production has ceased
Infrasors sees more demand-driven growth
By: Loni Prinsloo
Published: 25th May 2010
JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) - Base-minerals mining company Infrasors was still suffering from the lingering effects of the economic downturn, reporting a 3% decrease in revenue for the year ended February 28, 2010.
Infrasors transfers listing to JSE main board
By: Chanel de Bruyn
Published: 1st February 2010
JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – By moving its listing from the AltX to the JSE, infrastructure materials group Infrasors has taken the next step in its growth path to becoming a mature mining company, CEO Trevor Robinson said on Monday.
Infrasors upgrades its operations as sales rise
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Infrasors upgrades its operations as sales rise THABANG MOKOPANELE Property Editor THE lingering effects of the global and domestic economic recession continued to drag down the performance of base minerals mining company Infrasors Holdings, which saw revenue drop 3% to R211m for the year to February.
Infrasors – a mining company in the making
The Lyttelton dolomite mine in Centurion, Pretoria, is Infrasors’ flagship operation. A Delf Silica tanker, one of a fleet of 10 that delivers product to the foundries and other customers. Above: Screening at the Lyttelton dolomite mine. Left: The new Lunar plant at Lyttleton with crusher run stockpile. One of the newer additions to the mining board of the JSE is resources company Infrasors Holdings, which mines dolomite and silica. Though it tends to be seen as either a supplier of construction materials or as an operator of quarries, Infrasors is – in the view of its management – very decidedly a mining company.
JSE Crossing - Trevor Robinson
Infrasors Full Year earnings with CEO, Trevor Robinson
Base minerals mining company, Infrasors reported a 17% drop in full year headline earnings per share, as a result of a slump in demand due to the global and domestic recession.
Revenue from continuing operations dropped 3% to 211 million rand, attributable to a 38% drop in turnover at the Delf Sand Mine.
Turnover at the Lyttelton Dolomite mine increased 6%. No dividend was declared. Ammerance Kidson is now standing by with Trevor Robinson, CEO of Infrasors.
Infrasors -- Pienaarspoort study
Infrasors, through its wholly owned subsidiary Delf Sand (Pty) Ltd ("Delf"), is the owner, of Portion 55 of the farm Pienaarspoort 339 JR("P.55") measuring in extent some 501 hectares ("the property").
Infrasors bids AltX farewell
Feb 01 2010 14:53
Johannesburg - Mining firm Infrasors listed on the general mining sector of the JSE's main board on Monday, moving from the AltX.
Infrasors appoints new nonexecutive director
By: Esmarie Swanepoel
Published: 03 Nov 09
Industrial resources company Infrasors has appointed David Nabarro as a nonexecutive director to the board, effective from November 1.
Roets steps down as Infrasors CEO
By: Esmarie Swanepoel
Published: 13 Jul 09
JSE-listed manufacturing and construction product supplier Infrasors on Monday reported the resignation of its director and CEO Le Roux Roets, who has completed his contracted term of office, effective from the end of June.
Infrasors: Snap Shot
Written by Keith McLachlan
Wednesday, 24 June 2009
With a 12-month high of 245c and a low of 3c, Infrasors is a perfect picture of the local small cap listing boom and subsequent bust. In the midst of the listing boom and on the wave of the hype of "construction-related" companies, the group was cobbled together out of a number of businesses that supplied aggregates, cement, silica and various building materials.
Maiden dividend of 12 cents per share declared
8 May 2008
51.1% INCREASE IN REVENUE
Johannesburg, 8 May 2008:
JSE AltX-listed Infrasors Holdings Limited today reported a 51.1%
increase in revenue to R237 million for the 2008 financial year ended 29 February 2008 compared
with the pro forma revenue of R157 million for financial 2007 reported in the company’s pre-listing
Infrasors lifts FY earnings, embarks on R81m capex programme
By: Christy van der Merwe
Published: 8th May 2008
Gauteng-based industrial materials and mining group Infrasors on Thursday reported that headline earnings a share had more than doubled, as it increased production and sales.Headline earnings a share jumped 111% to 44,6c a share in the year ended February 29, compared with the pro forma Heps for the previous period.
The company, which recently listed on the AltX, realised a 51% increase in revenue to R237-million, which Infrasors attributed to increased production and sales in all business divisions, and containment of operating costs.