- Lost time injury frequency rate improved to a record-low of 0.68 (June 2015: 0.79). Regrettably, two fatal incidents were recorded in the year.
- Decision to dispose of the Infrastructure & Building businesses and Genrec.
- Revenue from continuing operations increased by 9% to R26,1 billion (June 2015: R24 billion).
- Diluted continuing HEPS decreased by 10% to 175 cents (June 2015: 195 cents).
- Attributable earnings decreased by 15% to R753 million (June 2015: R881 million).
- Dividend of 45 cents per ordinary share (June 2015: 50 cents per ordinary share).
- Cash, net of interest bearing debt increased by 26% to R1,8 billion (June 2015: R1,4 billion).
- NAV increased by 7% to R16 per share (June 2015: R15 per share).
- Order book decreased by 13% to R33,4 billion (June 2015: R38,3 billion).
- Continued resilient financial performance from the Underground Mining platform.
- The low oil price has impacted the financial performance of the Oil & Gas business platform. Business optimisation initiatives already effected, will reduce platform overhead costs by A$40 million per annum.
THE NEW STRATEGIC FUTURE
The Group continues to implement its New Strategic Future plan and the three multinational business platforms provide a strong base for future growth.
The three key drivers supporting the Group’s strategy are: global economic growth, global population growth, and continued urbanisation, which will provide the basis for sustainable growth in natural resources markets over the long term.
It is the Group’s vision, by 2025, to be a leading multinational group that applies its project lifecycle capabilities to optimise fixed capital investment. The Group will achieve this by focusing its expertise and capacity on delivering sustainable fit-for-purpose project solutions in selected oil & gas, metals & minerals and power & water market sectors.
Growing its capability in specialist engineering, commissioning and asset support & maintenance services in these market sectors, should yield higher margins and carry lower risk than services only provided in the construction segment of the project value chain. This diversification is aimed at enhancing return to shareholders.
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Murray & Roberts Holdings Limited
(Incorporated in the Republic of South Africa)
Registration number: 1948/029826/06
JSE Share Code: MUR
ADR Code: MURZY
(“Murray & Roberts” or “Group” or “Company”)
Douglas Roberts Centre
22 Skeen Boulevard
PO Box 1000
Link Market Services South Africa Proprietary Limited
13th Floor Rennie House
19 Ameshoff Street
PO Box 4844
Deutsche Securities (SA) Proprietary Limited
DIRECTORS:1British 2Australian *Independent non-executive
M Sello* (Chairman)
HJ Laas (Managing and Chief Executive)
XH Mkhwanazi* KW Spence2*
Secretary: L Kok