The Adcock Ingram Group reports an exceptional set of results for the year ended 30 June 20222022/08/25 07:21:32
Johannesburg – The Adcock Ingram Group delivered an exceptional operational and financial performance for the year ended 30 June 2022. The Group reported a 12% increase in turnover, driven by the increase in demand for over-the-counter (OTC), and consumer healthcare products, following the lower and subsequent lifting of the lock-down levels, required during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Adcock Ingram reports strong operational and financial performance for the six months to 31 December 20212022/02/23 07:27:12
Johannesburg – Adcock Ingram today reported an increase in turnover of 16%, an exceptional increase of 25% in trading profit, and excellent cash generation for the first half of the financial year to 31 December 2021, driven mainly by improved demand for its over-the-counter (OTC) and consumer healthcare products.
Adcock Ingram reports resilient performance under COVID-192021/08/25 00:00:00
Johannesburg – The Adcock Ingram Group delivered a healthy set of results in the year ended 30 June 2021, with turnover increasing by 6%, despite the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Adcock Ingram Group reports a resilient trading performance for the six-months ended 31 December 20202021/02/24 07:17:11
Johannesburg – The Adcock Ingram Group today reported a 4% increase in turnover for the six-month period to 31 December 2020. The Group achieved these sales in challenging trading conditions brought about by COVID-19, in a depressed economy, and declines in demand for certain categories of medicine and products.
Adcock Ingram reports satisfying results2020/08/26 07:11:23
Johannesburg – The Adcock Ingram Group is pleased to report a 4% increase in turnover for the year ended 30 June 2020. The Group achieved these results despite the challenging conditions such as the general economic downturn, significant cost-push due to Rand weakness, global supply chain disruptions, and declines in demand for certain categories of medicine and products.
Adcock Ingram Critical Care completes precautionary COVID-19 testing of primary contact employees2020/04/28 08:38:13
Midrand – On Thursday, 23 April, an employee at the Aeroton facility tested positive for COVID-19, and as a precaution, 57 employees from a specific operating department were referred to a private pathology laboratory for testing on the same day, and were self-quarantined based on the primary contact trace in line with the company’s COVID-19 protocols.
Adcock Ingram employee has tested positive for COVID-192020/04/24 08:41:43
Midrand – An employee in the Adcock Ingram Critical Care manufacturing facility has tested positive for COVID-19, and 50 other employees have undergone testing today, and self-quarantined based on the primary contact trace.
Adcock Ingram applauds its workforce, and the Executive Directors make a pledge to the Solidarity Fund2020/04/15 10:26:08
Midrand – As a leading pharmaceutical company in South Africa, Adcock Ingram salutes the President and his Cabinet on the swift and decisive action that has been implemented regarding the management of Covid-19 in order to contain the outbreak of the virus in an effort to prevent further loss of lives. The Company also applauds and give thanks to our public and private sector healthcare workers, emergency personnel, police and military personnel, and other persons who are delivering essential services to South Africa
Adcock Ingram to acquire Plush Professional Leather Care (Plush)2020/03/18 14:12:42
Midrand – In line with Adcock Ingram’s strategy to pursue value-adding acquisitions, particularly in less-regulated areas of the market, the Company today announced that it has concluded a share purchase agreement to acquire 100% of Plush. The acquisition is subject to the fulfilment of a number of suspensive conditions, including approval by the competition authorities.
The Adcock Ingram Group reports a reasonable set of results in a difficult market for the six-months ended 31 December 20192020/02/20 07:19:01
The Adcock Ingram Group today reported a 1% increase in headline earnings per share (HEPS) for the six-month period ended 31 December 2019. These results were achieved against a background of the country’s low economic growth, high levels of unemployment, a strict price-regulated environment, coupled with tough trading conditions as a consequence of continued pressure on the consumer.
The Adcock Ingram Group delivers a robust set of financial results2019/08/28 08:11:36
Johannesburg – The Adcock Ingram Group is pleased to report a 11% increase in headline earnings per share from continued operations for the year-ended 30 June 2019. These results were achieved despite challenging market trading conditions characterised by weak economic growth and high levels of unemployment which continue to impact consumer spend.
Helping to bridge our nation’s youth unemployment challenge2019/04/23 17:46:48
Johannesburg – Adcock Ingram and the Youth Employment Service (YES) established a partnership when both organisations joined forces to support President Ramaphosa’s vision of creating one million jobs for unemployed youth within three years. Adcock Ingram initially kicked off the first phase of their initiative during November 2018, welcoming the first 27 graduates. At the end of March 2019, the total intake was 132 graduates. It was fitting at this point to give the YES graduates a platform to be recognised for their commitment and to be able to share some of their experiences thus far.