Fishbox, part of UK seafood and game meat supplier Coast & Glen, is expanding to a new facility in Inverness. The fresh fish delivery service said the factory on the Wyndhill Industrial Estate in Muir of Ord - purchased with the help of HSBC - is being renovated and is on track to be in use next month. The site is an addition to the industrial premises of Coast & Glen based on Walker Road, Inverness.
Indonesia's Indofood has posted higher first-half sales and profits, pointing to growth from its agribusiness arm. Income attributable to shareholders of the parent company came in at IDR2.27trn (US$170m) for the six months to the end of June, compared to IDR2.23trn a year earlier. The company's income from operations climbed 13.6% to IDR4.6trn. Its operating margin increased to 12.8% from 11.8%. Consolidated net sales for the three months ended June 30 rose 4.6% to IDR35.7trn from a year earlier.
South African private-equity firm Capitalworks has moved to buy a controlling stake in Sovereign Food Investments, the local poultry group. Shareholders in Johannesburg-listed Sovereign Food were advised yesterday (10 August) the company had entered into an "implementation agreement'' with Capitalworks, which is offering to purchase all, or a portion of the ordinary shares outstanding for ZAR12 each, according to a stock exchange filing.
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