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Swallowfield PLC (BAR)

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Wednesday 19 September, 2012

Swallowfield PLC

Final Results

RNS Number : 5685M
Swallowfield PLC
19 September 2012
 

Swallowfield plc

 

Swallowfield plc, the full service provider to global brands and leading retailers in the cosmetics, toiletries and household goods sector announces its results for the year ended 30 June 2012

 

HIGHLIGHTS

·    Earnings per share increased by 16.7% to 11.2p (2011: 9.6p)

·    Profit before taxation increased by 17.3% to £1.56m (2011: £1.33m)

·    Total revenue increased by 0.7% to £57.9m (2011: £57.5m)

·    Overseas revenues increased by 11.5% to £12.6m (2011: £11.3m)

·    Operating margin increased to 2.7% (2011: 2.5%)

·    Net debt reduced by 12.8% to £4.1m (2011: £4.7m)

·    Final dividend proposed 4.1p (2011: 4.1p) per share making a total for the year of 6.3p (2011: 6.3p)

 

OUTLOOK

·    Continue to widen geographic spread and develop new client relationships

·    New product launches and new customer wins to offset customer rebalancing

·    Expect the current year to have a weaker first half and stronger second half than normal

·    Positive expectations for the current year as a whole

 

Ian Mackinnon Chief Executive commented:

 

"We are pleased that the Group has progressed well against such a difficult and challenging background. We have increased earnings per share by 16.7% at the same time as reducing net debt from £4.7m to £4.1m. Revenue increased by 0.7% and our profitability as a percentage of revenue increased to 2.7% from 2.5% last year. Good cost control has enabled us to reduce overhead costs from 23.8% to 23.4% of revenue.

 

The Board has reviewed, challenged and updated the company's strategic plan and placed greater emphasis on large scale product development and the creation of partnerships, joint ventures and acquisitions to speed up delivery of an increase in profitability.  This is coupled with a focus on the continued development of a diverse customer base.

 

Overall, our expectations for the coming financial year remain positive and broadly in line with those discussed six months ago."

 

 

For further information please contact:

 

Ian Mackinnon,                                     Chief Executive Officer                                         01823 662 241

Mark Warren,                                        Group Finance Director                                        01823 662 241

 

Shaun Dobson                                       Singer Capital Markets Limited                            020 3205 7500

Jenny Wyllie                                           Singer Capital Markets Limited                            020 3205 7500

Alan Bulmer                                           Performance Communications                           0117 907 6514

Chris Lawrance                                     JBP Public Relations                                              0117 907 3400

 

 

Notes to Editors:

Swallowfield plc is a market leader in the development, formulation and supply of cosmetics, toiletries and related household products to the own label and branded sectors.  We pride ourselves on being a customer orientated, innovative, flexible and responsive company and combine high quality, competitive products with strong customer service - developing close partnerships with our customers and an in depth knowledge of their requirements.

 

 

 

 

 

 

MARKET AND ECONOMIC BACKGROUND

 

The well documented difficulties in the Euro-zone have affected confidence across most of the major economies of the world and this has had some impact on the toiletries and cosmetics market as one would expect. However, the majority of products sold in the toiletries and cosmetics market are either relatively inexpensive luxury items or everyday toiletry and household products and, as such, we would not expect a significant decline in consumer demand for these products.

 

As discussed six months ago, the bigger short-term impact from the fragile economic background is that customers continue to consolidate, rationalise and review their supply chains for efficiencies and cost savings. This situation has continued and is creating greater movement in the underlying shape of our customer and product portfolio than normal. At this time, we expect the net impact of these changes will limit opportunities for growth in the current year with a return to higher growth levels the year after.

 

During the past year we have been successful in developing new customer relationships both in the UK and overseas and this, together with the changes in the customer portfolio, is creating a more robust customer base for the long-term. Customers are recognising the strengths that we have in terms of flexibility, creativity and product development and are discussing a significant number of new opportunities with us.

 

The cost of manufacturing and shipping from China are continuing to increase relative to European production and, whilst it is still cost effective, we expect the cost advantage to diminish in future years. We are already beginning to witness a small number of customers wishing to bring production back closer to market and are planning to increase the proportion of local production for domestic markets.

 

BUSINESS REVIEW

 

Revenue increased by 0.7% with direct exports having increased by 11.5% reflecting our strategy to grow exports at a faster rate than UK based revenue. Direct exports now represent 21.8% of our revenue up from 19.6% last year. Revenues from UK based customers decreased by 1.9%, reflecting the UK market and a change in customer mix.

 

Profit before taxation increased by 17.3% to £1.56m helped by the growth in revenues and continued good cost control. Raw material, component and other direct input costs have now broadly stabilised as commodity prices appear to have peaked; the weakness in the value of sterling from a few years ago has been absorbed.  We expect input costs to remain muted for the coming year. This will allow us to work to begin to improve margins.

 

We have maintained a tight control over overhead expenditure (our total expenditure excluding direct material costs, direct labour costs and external carriage costs), and have been able to reduce these costs to 23.4% of revenue from 23.8% of revenue last year. We plan to continue to reduce overhead costs in the coming year.

 

During the year, as part of our plan to strengthen the site and move towards higher technology products, we installed two new production lines at Bideford.  These two lines are for technically demanding products and, in each case, had complex start up programmes that have impacted our efficiency levels.  These lines are now running in line with expectations and we should see a return to much higher efficiency levels this year.

 

The Wellington site had a good year, with increasing efficiency levels reflecting the hard work that has gone into lean manufacturing and manpower planning. These programmes are continuing and further investments are planned for the coming year.

 

Volumes in our Czech factory declined during the year due to product and customer mix; efficiency levels were strong and efforts to both reduce production volatility and improve manpower capacity planning were successful. We expect production volumes to increase during the coming financial year and are in the process of redirecting some production from Bideford to Tabor as Bideford changes production to the new technology products mentioned above.

 

Our Chinese strategic investment continues to progress and has recently moved to a new larger factory on the outskirts of Shanghai city; this factory has a much improved layout designed to improve workflow and Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP). Dividend income we receive from this investment has been reduced this year in order to retain cash within this business to fund the factory move.

 

The overall effective rate of group taxation for the year was 18.8% of pre-tax profits which is lower than the standard UK corporation tax rate. This reflects the benefit we received from the R&D tax credit regime in the UK together with a lower tax rate in the Czech Republic. We expect our effective tax rate to increase a little next year but to remain below the standard UK rate.

 

Earnings per share increased by 16.7% during the year from 9.6p last year to 11.2p during the year under review.

 

NET DEBT AND CASH FLOW

 

During the year, net debt decreased to £4.1m from £4.7m last year. Working capital declined over the year under review and capital expenditure, whilst still higher than depreciation, was down slightly on the previous year.

 

The strength of the Group's balance sheet has once again allowed us to increase the headroom on our borrowing facilities. During the year the Group increased its borrowing facilities by a further £1m by increasing the debt financing facility to £7.5m. This debt facility also allows us to borrow in multiple currencies to help manage our growing foreign exchange transactions.

 

Net financing costs of £0.02m (2011: £0.08m) comprised interest expense of £0.15m (2011: £0.14m); pension scheme finance income of £0.11m (2011: £Nil); and dividend income received of £0.02m (2011: £0.06m).

 

The defined benefit pension scheme had its latest triennial valuation at 5 April 2011, the results of which were a deficit broadly in line with the previous valuation. However, to continue to manage the scheme tightly, the Company has increased its deficit contributions and made a number of changes to the scheme including an increase in member contributions and a reduction in accrual rates. Since the 5 April 2011 yields on fixed income securities have reduced significantly caused by recessionary pressures, quantitative easing and the fact that UK government securities are currently seen as a relatively safe haven. This will have had an adverse effect on the funding position.

 

Capital expenditure was £1.4m (2011: £1.6m) which was £0.2m above depreciation (2011: £0.4m above). Our current expectations are for capital expenditure to equal depreciation in the coming year.

 

The property for sale at Bideford remains unsold but has received some interest and an offer in the period, which regrettably has subsequently fallen through due to the economic environment.

 

PROGRESS AGAINST STRATEGY

 

The Board has carried out a thorough review of the strategic plan and concluded that the broad aim of the Group - to grow the business in excess of the overall market and to improve profitability as measured by return on capital and return on sales - should remain unchanged. In reaching this conclusion, it has determined that additional efforts will be put into larger scale new product development and the commercialisation of this work and the Group will put a greater emphasis on partnerships, joint ventures and acquisition activity. The long-term targets set out a year ago have been reaffirmed.

 

Widening our geographic footprint

Both the French and United States sales support offices have won new business during the year, contributing to the increase in direct exports. In addition, there are a number of new customers and products that have been won for shipment during the coming year. The business in South Africa continues to grow and new customers continue to be added to the portfolio

 

Broadening our product technologies

We have developed new skin care formulations which will be manufactured in our new manufacturing rooms and have already won new business for these kinds of products. We are continuing to build on this investment with targeted customers in these categories, and believe we can create further opportunities.

 

During the year, we have made significant investments at Bideford in formulation development and manufacturing of hair powder and this has now developed into a real core competence.

 

We continue to develop formulations and manufacturing capability for sun care formulations with further products being launched during the year.

 

Driving competitive improvements in our cost structure

Total overhead costs including those employed in manufacturing and supply chain activities decreased in value terms and also expressed as a percentage of revenue. Total overheads now represent 23.4% of revenue compared with 23.8% during the previous year and 26.9% in the financial year ended 30 June 2008. This is a robust performance given the inflationary background.

 

We have plans in place to reduce our overhead costs in the coming year and to increase our manufacturing efficiencies.

 

Driving Growth

 Much effort has gone into the development of new customers both in the UK as well as overseas. We are meeting with some success in this regard and this is helping to offset the impact of customer rebalancing.  As well as looking to develop new customer relationships, we are working with our current customer base - which is of fantastic quality - to explore ways to develop new products and find other ways to service them.

 

We are currently tendering on a number of new business opportunities.

 

Dividends

 

As discussed in our last report, the Board determined that the dividend policy could be strengthened over time. The previous dividend policy was to retain a dividend cover of 1.5 times post-tax earnings over the medium term. The Board believes that the dividend cover should be increased over time to 2 times post-tax earnings. The dividend cover for the current year, assuming that the recommended dividend is approved at the Annual General Meeting is 1.8 times.

 

The Board is recommending a final dividend of 4.1p (2011: 4.1p) per share which, taken together with the interim dividend of 2.2p (2011: 2.2p) per share, makes an annual dividend of 6.3p (2011: 6.3p) per share. If approved at the Annual General Meeting, the final dividend will be paid on 30th November 2012 to shareholders on the register on 9th November 2012. The shares will go ex-dividend on 7th November 2012.  

 

OUTLOOK

 

We continue to take a cautious stance regarding growth prospects for the UK and Euro-zone economies. We do not anticipate any significant recovery in the near-term as governments seek to cut budget deficits and consumers seek to rebuild their own finances. The recent slowdown in the global economy will also act as a drag on potential growth. We still believe that long-term growth prospects are good and that we can still grow the business on the back of our product technologies, innovation and customer service.

 

The rebalancing of customers mentioned above will make net revenue growth hard to achieve in this current year, but will create less risk. Our efforts to develop new customer accounts and win new business is going on at pace and this should enable us to return to growth in the following year.  These factors will contribute to a weaker first half and a stronger second half of the current year than is normal.

 

We have put in place a series of measures to make further reductions in overhead costs and have a number of planned efficiency improvements which will come through in the next 12 months. We anticipate that these measures, together with an improved margin mix and an expectation that raw material and component prices have broadly peaked, this will provide an impetus to our profits during the coming year.

 

Overall, we remain cautiously optimistic for the coming year.



 

Group Statement of Comprehensive Income

For the year ended 30 June 2012







2012

2011

Restated*


Notes

£'000

£'000





Revenue

5

57,879

57,452

Cost of sales


(51,772)

(51,204)

Gross profit


6,107

6,248

Commercial and administrative costs


(4,539)

(4,839)

Operating profit


1,568

1,409

Finance income


143

60

Finance costs


(155)

(140)

Profit before taxation

6

1,556

1,329

Taxation

7

(293)

(247)

Profit for the year


1,263

1,082

Other comprehensive income:




Exchange differences on translating foreign operations

Gain on available for sale financial assets


(290)

-

68

48

Other comprehensive income for the year


(290)

116

Total comprehensive income for the year


973

1,198









Profit attributable to:




Equity shareholders


1,263

1,082





Total comprehensive income attributable to:




Equity shareholders


973

1,198









Earnings per share




- basic and diluted

8

11.2p

9.6p





Dividend




Paid in year (£'000)

Paid in year (pence per share)

Proposed (£'000)

Proposed (pence per share)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*The 2011 cost of sales, commercial and administrative costs have been restated to ensure consistency with the revised cost categorisation adopted in 2012.  The effect of this is to reclassify £582,000 of costs from commercial and administrative expenses to cost of sales.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Group Statement of Financial Position

As at 30 June 2012













2012

2011




£'000

£'000

ASSETS





Non-current assets





Property, plant and equipment



11,405

11,395

Intangible assets



164

131

Deferred tax assets



18

-

Investments



192

192

Total non-current assets



11,779

11,718

Current assets





Inventories



8,297

8,428

Trade and other receivables



13,629

13,750

Cash and cash equivalents



923

1,186




22,849

23,364

Assets held for sale



167

167

Total current assets



23,016

23,531

Total assets



34,795

35,249






LIABILITIES





Current liabilities





Trade and other payables



17,771

18,358

Interest-bearing loans and borrowings



471

508

Current tax payable



106

44

Total current liabilities



18,348

18,910

Non-current liabilities





Interest-bearing loans and borrowings



433

500

Post-retirement benefit obligations



2,204

2,356

Deferred tax liabilities



103

37

Total non-current liabilities



2,740

2,893

Total liabilities



21,088

21,803

Net assets



13,707

13,446






EQUITY





Share capital



566

566

Share premium



3,830

3,830

Other components of equity



48

48

Exchange reserve



(224)

66

Retained earnings



9,487

8,936

Total equity



13,707

13,446

 

 

 


712

6.3

464

4.1

712

6.3

464

4.1

 

 

 

 

 

 




 

Group Statement of Changes in Equity

As at 30 June 2012

 

 

 

Share Capital

Share Premium

Exchange Reserve

Retained Earnings

Available for Sale Financial Assets

Total Equity

Group

£'000

£'000

£'000

£'000

£'000

£'000

Balance as at 1 July 2011

566

3,830

66

8,936

48

13,446

Dividends

-

-

-

(712)

-

(712)

Transactions with owners

-

-

-

(712)

-

(712)

Profit for the year

-

-

-

1,263

-

1,263

Other comprehensive income:







Exchange difference on translating foreign operations

Gain on available for sale financial assets

-

 

 

-

-

 

 

-

(290)

 

 

-

-

 

 

-

-

 

 

-

(290)

 

 

-

Total comprehensive income for the year

-

-

(290)

1,263

-

973

Balance as at 30 June 2012

566

3,830

(224)

9,487

48

13,707

 

 

 

 

 

 

Share Capital

Share Premium

Exchange Reserve

Retained Earnings

Available for Sale Financial Assets

Total Equity

Group

£'000

£'000

£'000

£'000

£'000

£'000

Balance as at 1 July 2010

566

3,830

(2)

8,566

-

12,960

Dividends

-

-

-

(712)

-

(712)

Transactions with owners

-

-

-

(712)

-

(712)

Profit for the year

-

-

-

1,082

-

1,082

Other comprehensive income:







Exchange difference on translating foreign operations

Gain on available for sale

financial assets

-

 

 

-

-

 

 

-

68

 

 

-

-

 

 

-

 

-

 

 

48

68

 

 

48

Total comprehensive income for the year

-

-

68

1,082

48

1,198

Balance as at 30 June 2011

566

3,830

66

8,936

48

13,446

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Group Cash Flow Statement

For the year ended 30 June 2012









Notes

2012

2011



£'000

£'000

Cash flow from operating activities




Profit before taxation


1,556

1,329

Depreciation


1,225

1,172

Amortisation


51

38

Loss on disposal of property, plant and equipment


5

-

Finance income


(143)

(60)

Finance cost


155

140

Decrease/(increase) in inventories


131

110

Decrease / (increase) in trade and other receivables


121

(1,678)

(Decrease) / Increase in trade and other payables


(190)

1,373

Contributions to defined benefit plans

Current service cost of defined benefit plan


(371)

 

333

(353)

 

311

Cash generated from operations


2,873

2,382

Finance expense paid


(155)

(140)

Taxation paid


(127)

(247)

Net cash flow from operating activities


2,591

1,995

Cash flow from investing activities




Finance income received


29

51

Purchase of property, plant and equipment


(1,240)

(1,510)

Purchase of intangible assets


(84)

(85)

Purchase of available for sale financial assets


-

(98)

Net cash flow from investing activities


(1,295)

(1,642)

Cash flow from financing activities




Proceeds from new loans

(Repayment of) / proceeds from new debt facility


420

(743)

-

4,869

Repayment of loans


(524)

(1,968)

Dividends paid


(712)

(712)

Net cash flow from financing activities


(1,559)

2,189

Net (decrease) / increase in cash and cash equivalents

9

(263)

 

2,542

 

Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of year


1,186

 

(1,356)

 

Cash and cash equivalents at end of year


923

 

1,186

 





Cash and cash equivalents consist of:




Cash


923

1,186

Overdraft


-

-

Cash and cash equivalents at end of year


923

 

1,186

 

 

NOTES:

1.   Statutory Accounts

The financial information does not constitute statutory accounts as defined in section 435 of the Companies Act 2006, but has been extracted from the statutory accounts for the year ended 30 June 2012 on which an unqualified audit report has been issued and which will be delivered to the Registrar following their adoption at the Annual General Meeting.

 

The statutory accounts for the financial year ended 30 June 2011 have been delivered to the Registrar of Companies with an unqualified audit report and did not contain a statement under section 498 of the Companies Act 2006.

 

Copies of the 2012 Annual Report and Accounts will be posted to shareholders with the notice of the Annual General Meeting.  Further copies may be obtained by contacting the Company Secretary at Swallowfield plc, Swallowfield House, Station Road, Wellington, Somerset, TA21 8NL.  An electronic copy will be available on the Group's web site (www.swallowfield.com).

2.    Basis of preparation

The Group has prepared its consolidated financial statements in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as adopted by the European Union and also in accordance with IFRS issued by the International Accounting Standards Board.  These financial statements have been prepared under the historical cost convention, modified to include the revaluation of certain non-current assets and financial instruments.

 

The Directors have considered trading and cash flow forecasts prepared for the Group, and based on these, and the confirmed banking facilities, are satisfied that the Group will continue to be able to meet its liabilities as they fall due for at least one year from the date of signing of these accounts.  On this basis, they consider it appropriate to adopt the going concern basis in the preparation of these accounts.

 

The consolidated financial statements are presented in sterling and all values are rounded to the nearest thousand (£'000) except where otherwise indicated.

 

3.   Basis of consolidation

 

The Group financial statements consolidate the financial statements of the Company and its subsidiary undertakings and include the net assets of subsidiary undertakings.  The results and net assets of undertakings acquired or disposed of during a financial year are included in the Group Statement of Comprehensive Income and Group Statement of Financial Position from the effective date of acquisition or to the effective date of disposal.  Subsidiary undertakings have been consolidated using the purchase method of accounting.  In accordance with the exemptions given by section 408 of the Companies Act 2006, the Company has not presented its own Statement of Comprehensive Income.

4.   Accounting Policies

The principal accounting policies which apply in preparing the financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2012 are consistent with those disclosed in the Group's audited accounts for the year ended 30 June 2011. 

 

5.   Segmental Analysis 
The Group operates in one reportable segment as all sales, purchasing, production and operational decisions are taken based on the overall Group operating performance.  The results of this segment are as reported through the Group Statement of Comprehensive Income, Group Statement of Financial Position and Group Cash Flow Statement.

 

 

 

 

 

The distribution of the Group's external revenue by destination is shown below:

                                                                                                       2012                                  2011

                                                                                                      £'000                                 £'000

                                        UK                                      45,284                               46,176

           Other European Union countries                                      11,172                               10,191

                                  Rest of the World                                        1,423                                 1,085

                                                                                                    57,879                               57,452

In the year ended 30 June 2012, the Group had two customers that exceeded 10% of total revenues, being 25% and 16% respectively. 

 

6. Profit before taxation

                                                                                                       2012                                  2011

                                                                                                      £'000                                 £'000

(a) This is stated after charging/ (crediting)

               Depreciation of property, plant

       and equipment of purchased assets                                     1,225                                 1,172

             Amortisation of intangible assets                                         51                                      38

                    Research and development                                       773                                    725

            Foreign exchange losses / (gains)                                         15                                     (32)

                                    Operating leases:

                    Hire of plant and machinery                                       106                                     111

                                      Rent of buildings                                       562                                     512

          Loss on disposal of property, plant                                           5                                         -

                                        and equipment                                                                                          

                                                           

(b) Auditors' remuneration

Fees payable to the Company's auditors

for the audit of the Company financial statements                         38                                     39

Fees payable to the auditors of the subsidiary undertakings            14                                       -

Fees payable to the Company's auditors for other services:

      Other services pursuant to legislation                                           6                                       6

           Other services relating to taxation                                         10                                     12

                                       Other services                                                -                                     10

 

 

(c) Earnings before interest, taxation, depreciation and amortisation ('EBITDA')

                                     Operating profit                                        1,568                                 1,409

             Depreciation of property, plant                                        1,225                                 1,172

                                      and equipment                                                                                         

           Amortisation of intangible assets                                            51                                     38

        Loss on disposal of property, plant,                                             5                                       -

                                      and equipment                                                                                         

                                                     EBITDA                                         2,849                                 2,619

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7. Taxation

 



2012


2011

(a) Analysis of tax charge in the year


£'000


£'000

UK corporation tax:





-on profit for the year


309


275

-adjustment in respect of previous years


(69)


(147)

-foreign tax


10


16

-double tax relief


(10)


(9)

Total current tax charge


240


135

Deferred tax:





Origination and reversal of temporary differences





-current year charge / (credit)


63


(33)

-prior year (credit) / charge


(12)


52

-losses utilised in subsidiary


-


99

-effect of tax rate change on opening balance


2


(6)

Total deferred tax


53


112

Tax charge


293


247

 

 

(b) Factors affecting total tax charge for the year

 

The tax assessed on the profit before taxation for the year is lower (2011: lower) than the standard rate of UK corporation tax of 25.5% (2011: 27.5%).  The differences are reconciled below:

 



2012


2011



£'000


£'000

Profit before taxation


1,556


1,329

Tax at the applicable rate of 25.5% (2011: 27.5%)


397


365

Effect of:





Expenses not deductible for tax purposes


18


13

Capital allowances for the year in excess of depreciation


(11)


54

Other temporary differences


(53)


(17)

Deferred tax movement


65


(40)

Foreign tax not recoverable


-


6

Adjustment in respect of previous years


(69)


(147)

Adjustment to deferred tax in previous years


(12)


52

Differences between UK and foreign tax rates


(24)


(39)

R&D tax credit


(18)


-

Actual tax charge


293


247
















 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8. Earnings per share

 

 



2012


2011

 Basic and Diluted





Profit for the year (£'000)


1,263


1,082

Basic weighted average number of ordinary shares in issue during the year


 

11,306,416


 

11,306,416

Dilutive potential ordinary shares


-


-



11,306,416


11,306,416

Basic earnings per share


11.2p


9.6p

Diluted earnings per share


11.2p


9.6p

 

9. Note to Group Cash Flow Statement

 

Group







(a) Reconciliation of cash and cash equivalents to movement in net debt:







2012




2011



£'000




£'000

(Decrease)/ increase  in cash and cash equivalents


(263)




2,542

Net cash outflow / (inflow) from increase in borrowings


847




(2,901)

Change in net debt


584




(359)

Net debt at 1 July 2011


(4,691)




(4,332)

Net debt at 30 June 2012


(4,107)




(4,691)















(b)               Analysis of net debt:


1 July 2011

Cash Flow

Non-Cash Movement


30 June 2012



£'000

£'000

£'000


£'000

Cash at bank and in hand


1,186

(281)

18


923

Secured debt facility


(4,869)

743

-


(4,126)

Borrowings due within one year


(508)

37

-


(471)

Borrowings due after one year


(500)

67

-


(433)



(4,691)

566

18


(4,107)

 

 

10.   Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday 15 November 2012 at the Company's Registered Office, at 12.00 noon.

 


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