In 2019, Nampak celebrated the 50th anniversary of its listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.
Bevcan performed very well in 2019, defending a strong market position.
R3,2 billion cash extracted from Rest of Africa.
This is Nampak
Nampak's origins date back over 100 years to when Hertzberg Mulne, a manufacturer of corrugated boxes, started business in Cape Town. Nampak itself was established in 1963 with the merger of Amalgamated Packaging Industries and National Packaging.
We were listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in 1969 as National Amalgamated Packaging (Nampak). 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the listing.
Through the acquisition of Metal Box Limited in the 1980s and subsequent acquisitions and greenfield investments, Nampak has become the largest packaging company in Africa.
OUR MATERIAL ISSUES
Our operational and financial performance
Liquidity restrictions in the Rest of Africa
People, safety, skills and transformation
Uncertain regulatory and policy environment
Stakeholders who help us create value
"GREAT PACIFIC GARBAGE PATCH"
RAISED WORLDWIDE ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS OF PLASTICS
where floating plastic islands are accumulating and growing
Estimated surface area is Three times the size of France
Fishing nets comprise 46% of the patches' mass
PACKAGING IS A MODEST PART OF THE WASTE CHALLENGE IN SOUTH AFRICA:
OF WASTE sent to landfill comes from packaging
OF WEIGHT of the packaged product is packaging
OF ENERGY equired to produce and deliver products is used by packaging
WE ALL HAVE A ROLE TO PLAY
Choose to reduce and reuse, separate waste at source
Adopt designs to suit lightweighting
Collect and keep
to avoid sorting at
landfills, send to
to close the loop
increase use of