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Old October 2nd, 2009, 12:59 AM   #1
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Smile The GROUP of 5: Kenya's Top Multinational Companies

This thread is dedicated to the Top five Kenyan Based |Homegrown Multinational Companies that have invested heavily in the Region. Their strategies; growth|Sell Offs|Mergers(Takeovers), UP's 'n' Downs and current plans.

Namely: KCB, KenolKobil, Nakumatt, East African Portland Cement Company Ltd, Nationmedia & East African Breweries(6).
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Old October 2nd, 2009, 05:01 AM   #2
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The Brands

East African Breweries
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Nation Media Group
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Nakumatt Holdings
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KCB
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KenolKobil
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East Africa Portland Cement
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For curiosity,I would love to know ownership of this top 5.I know Guinness Plc has substantial shareholding in East Africa Breweries.Nation Media group is HH The Aga Khan.KCB & East African Portland Cement is Government of Kenya through the NSSF in the latter.KenolKobil is Daniel Moi & Nicholas Biwott families.Word in the grapevine was that Nakumatt Holdings is the Boss,John Harun Mwau. Someone give me an accurate picture.
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There are other companies I could add. Especially those spread out in the East African region.
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Kenguy, I would like us to deal mainly with the Big 5, although with the rough and tumble that is the corporate world we can bring up other key players since the rankings are bound to change as new players come in and some revamp their operations with growth strategies.
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Mike you are right, also remember the word from the grapevine almost always turns out right -About EAPC Ltd. A French Company Lefarge Group (World's largest Cement Manufacturer) owns a substantial shareholding; a majority shareholder in Bamburi Cement Ltd (60%), and a significant minority but substantial stake of (42%) in East Africa Portland Cement (EAPC). The GoK is the Main Shareholder.

I will try find out how much stake the Boss owns in Nakumatt Holdings.

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I. Nakumatt Holdings Ltd.

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Ninth in continental ranking roll by planet retail analysts, Nakumatt ranked among the top Global Retailers
Leading local supermarket chain Nakumatt Holdings has been ranked 25th in the just released Planet Retail Africa and Middle East top 30 retailers' 2007 overall rankings.Owing to strong results for its African retail formats, South African retail giant Shoprite with 1,254 branches continues to lead the 2007 Top 30 rankings.

On the African rankings, Nakumatt Holdings has entered the top ten Africa retailers' league at position nine.The annual report released by retail research and strategy power house Planet Retail group ranks Nakumatt Holdings at position 25 with retail banner sales of US$350million for the year 2007.

In the report titled: Africa and Middles East Rankings: All set to make the difference, Planet Retail Analyst Ghai explains that the year (2007) saw retailers launch a plethora of new formats, announce ambitious expansion plans and carry out a number of market entries and exits.

Planet Retail is the leading provider of intelligence on the global retail and foodservice industries, monitoring more than 5,000 "banner" operations as well as market developments in 211 countries. In its AME rankings, Nakumatt Holdings beat Abu Dhabi Co-op of UAE, Germany's Metro Group South Africa's Fruit & Veg City, Farm and Al Sadhan both from Saudi Arabia.

The ranking by Planet Retail confirms that Nakumatt Holdings has continued to maintain the slot it achieved in the 2006 ranking despite stiff competition from South African and Gulf region retail players. In its citation for Nakumatt's ranking, Planet Retail forecasts that, Nakumatt will enhance its ranking this year due to increased sales in new markets such as Rwanda.

Speaking moments after receiving the ranking communiqué, Nakumatt Holdings Operations Director Mr Thiagarajan Ramamurthy described the ranking as yet another feather on Nakumatt's cap in the global retail market.

"The ranking by such an authoritative organization as Planet Retail confirms Nakumatt's world-class positioning and benchmark which has seen us significantly grow our customer footage to more than 10% up from 7% last year," Ramamurthy said.

And added: "The ranking is yet another feather on our cap and one that firmly places Kenya high on the global retail market roll of honour thanks to our customers, staff and suppliers."

Planet Retail's analyst for Sub-Saharan Africa, Mr. Mathew Mue predicts that large and well established South African retailers will also continue to dominate the continental ranking while Nakumatt continues to service the East Africa sub-regional market.

"Continentally, we expect the large and well established South African retailers to continue the lead especially in the southern and western part of the continent, but we strongly forecast that Nakumatt will keep the lead and domination in Eastern Africa, including the islands," Mue explained.

And added: "From our analysis, the Nakumatt brand is already a household name in the sub-region and is associated with success which is such a strong brand value."

In the report published by Planet Retail Analyst, Mr. Manu Ghai, South African retailers continue to lead the Africa & Middle East (AME) rankings for 2007, with France based Carrefour squeezing in to secure its position in sixth place.

Besides the top ranking, Planet Retail has also singled out Nakumatt Holdings strategic direction receiving an accolade for trail blazing financial services and its new popular 24 hour shopping concept.

The report notes that a majority of retail companies in the AME region are family-owned businesses and are pursuing ambitious expansion plans as they raise capital through IPOs. "Saudi Arabia-based Al Othaim has achieved IPO ownership and is aiming to plough funds into new stores across the kingdom," Ghai notes in the report.

And adds: "These retailers are also beginning to offer financial services to lure in consumers. "This last strategy extends to the African continent where Kenyan retailer Nakumatt has an ambitious expansion strategy for East Africa and has partnered with financial institutions to offer customers credit cards and cash back facilities."

To further improve its presence in the region, top ranked South African chain Shoprite has earmarked US$80 million to set up supermarkets in the Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

In addition, the retailer is looking to open a second store in Nigeria and expand into West Africa. As of now, Shoprite operates through a network of around 1,254 stores across 17 countries with a strong presence in South Africa which contributes to more than 90% of its sales.

With a wide presence across the region, the company has been able to strategically position itself as a one-stop solution, catering to middle and lower income groups alike. In addition, the company is in the midst of repositioning its Checkers stores as a high-end format.

With the South African retailers continuing to lead this year's rankings, the Planet Retail report notes that French hypermarket operators, Carrefour and Casino, have made considerable investments into the Middle East.

Both companies have spread their retail operations across Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and other Middle Eastern countries with their respective franchise partners.

Carrefour already operates in North African countries while Casino is currently present with its franchised banners in markets ranging from Morocco to Comoros and Benin.

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SHARE HOLDING EQUITY LISTING

Nakumatt lines up equity funds for expansion capital

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Posted Sunday, July 12 2009 at 19:02

Nakumatt Nyali -Mombasa

Regional retail chain Nakumatt Supermarkets is in talks with two foreign investors that could see shareholders cede a minority stake to a new strategic partner, who is expected to inject additional capital into the business.

Though the process is still at the negotiation stage, the new partner is expected to provide about Sh2 billion (between $20 million to $25 million) to improve the retail store’s cash flow position and finance the ongoing branch expansion plan.

In an interview with Business Daily, Nakumatt managing director and majority shareholder, Mr Atul Shah, confirmed being in talks with at least two international investors who are interested in buying a stake in the firm.

Mr Shah said capital expenditure on branch expansion had stretched Nakumatt’s working capital to the limit, hence the need to introduce new equity into the firm.

He, however, declined to reveal the names of the investors, saying doing so would jeopardise the ongoing discussions.

“We are in talks with two foreign investors who are interested in coming on board. I, however, cannot reveal who they are because when there are two horses in a race you do not want to jeorpadise any of them,” said Mr Shah on Friday.

There has been speculation that Nakumatt was in negotiations with “an international private equity group” based in South Africa. Other sources have intimated that Nakumatt has also been in talks with Kingdom Holding Company (KHC) — an investment group that is associated with the Saudi Arabia royal family.

Our efforts to contact KHC for comment on the matter were unsuccessful.

The two principal shareholders of the region’s biggest supermarket (by branch network) — Mr Shah and Kilome Member of Parliament, Mr Harun Mwau — are said to be willing to give up between 25 and 30 per cent of their stake in exchange for a cash injection to help realise their dream of making Nakumatt the region’s leading retail brand.

“The proportion of shares that the new partner will hold is dependent on ongoing valuations of the business,” said Mr Shah.

The Nakumatt MD said a strategic partner would provide a long term source of capital, other than the current debt financing which is eating into the chain’s cash flow at a time when profit margins and revenues are squeezed by softening consumer demand and cutthroat competition.

The preference for equity capital has also seen Nakumatt shelve plans to float a Sh800 million commercial paper despite having selected transaction advisors and sending out investment proposals to a select group of prospective institutional investors...

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Rumour has it that Tuskys and Nakumatt are linked somehow. Its strange that when you miss an item in Nakumatt they will refer you to Tuskys and vice versa.
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Rumour has it that Tuskys and Nakumatt are linked somehow. Its strange that when you miss an item in Nakumatt they will refer you to Tuskys and vice versa.
I guess they are probably gaming Uchumi out of the Market.


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Rumour has it that Tuskys and Nakumatt are linked somehow. Its strange that when you miss an item in Nakumatt they will refer you to Tuskys and vice versa.
Not at all. The only common thing is they both started in Nakuru. But Nakumatt is owned by Indians and Tuskys by Kikuyus (specifically Christian Wakorinos). Infact that is why they changed their name from Tusker Mattresses to Tuskys to remove that the notion they are connected.

Have you wondered why you can't get to buy Beer or Rubber from Tuskys and most of the time in their shops they play christian music in the background??
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Rumour has it that Tuskys and Nakumatt are linked somehow. Its strange that when you miss an item in Nakumatt they will refer you to Tuskys and vice versa.
No, I don't think they are linked in any way. What I suspect is that Kenyans being generally friendly and helpful, will refer you to where you will most likely get an item when you miss it where you are shopping.

A good example is when you miss fuel at a Total petrol station, the staff may tell you to check at the Shell petrol station across the street.
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No, I don't think they are linked in any way. What I suspect is that Kenyans being generally friendly and helpful, will refer you to where you will most likely get an item when you miss it where you are shopping.

A good example is when you miss fuel at a Total petrol station, the staff may tell you to check at the Shell petrol station across the street.
Intresting insight, but how comes they do not refer those customers to Uchumi according to Kenguy's assertion, me still thinks its a case of Privately Owned Enterprises ganging against Government backed Uchumi.
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The Pride of Africa" Africa's Most Diverse Carrier (46+ Routes)



ABOUT KQ -Kenya Airways

Founded 1977
Hubs Jomo Kenyatta International Airport
Focus cities Moi International Airport
Frequent flyer program Flying Blue
Member lounge Simba Lounge
Alliance SkyTeam (associate)
Fleet size 25 (+10 orders, 5 options)
Destinations 46
Company slogan "The Pride of Africa"
Headquarters Nairobi, Kenya

As at Oct 09
Key people Titus Naikuni (CEO)
Alex Mbugua (CFO)
Evanson Mwaniki (Chairman)
Website http://www.kenya-airways.com

Kenya Airways is the flag carrier airline of Kenya, based in Nairobi. It started operations on 4 February 1977, and operates scheduled services throughout Africa and to Europe and the Indian subcontinent, with its main base at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi.[1] Moi International Airport in Mombasa serves as a focus city.

Kenya Airways B777-200Er


FLEET CONSISTS
Boeing 777-200ER
Boeing 767-300ER
Boeing 737-800
Boeing 737-700
Boeing 737-300

CALAMITIES
5 Incidents and accidents

HISTORY
The airline was established in February 1977, after the break-up of the East African Community and the consequent demise of East African Airways[2] and was wholly owned by the Kenyan government until April 1996.

In 1986, Sessional Paper Number 1 was published by Kenya's government, outlining the country's need for economic development and growth. The document stressed the government opinion that the airline would be better off if owned by private interests, thus resulting in the first attempt to privatise the airline. The government named Mr Philip Ndegwa as Chairman of the Board in 1991, with specific orders to privatise the airline. He heads a renewed company cabinet. In 1992, the Public Enterprise Reform paper was published, giving Kenya Airways priority among national companies in Kenya to be privatized.

Boeing 767 in the pre-2005 paint scheme.In the fiscal year 1993 to 1994, the airline produced its first profit since the start of commercialization. Also, in 1994, the International Finance Corporation (IFC), was appointed to provide assistance in the privatization process. In 1995, Kenya Airways restructured its debts and a made a master corporation agreement with KLM that bought 26% of the shares in Kenya Airways and became the largest single shareholder. In 1996, shares were floated to the public, and the airline started trading on the Nairobi Stock Exchange. In October 2004, the company cross-listed its shares at the Dar-es-Salaam Stock Exchange. In April 2004, the company re-introduced Kenya Airways Cargo as a brand and in July 2004, the company's domestic subsidiary Flamingo Airlines was re-absorbed.

In 2005, Kenya Airways changed its livery. The four stripes running the length of the fuselage were replaced by the slogan "Pride of Africa". The KA tail logo was replaced by a styled "K" encircled with a "Q" to evoke the "KQ" call letters for the airline. In the 6 months ending 30 September 2005, profits after tax rose 48% vs 2004-5 to Kshs 2.231 Billion (US$30 Million) and over 1.2 million passengers were carried.

In the 6 months ending 30 September 2004, profit after tax was $19.5 million, compared to $4.5 million for the same period the previous year. This has been attributed to KTAP (Kenya Airways TurnAround Project) overhauling the airline's revenue management, cost structures and route and fleet planning.

Performance
In the full-year results ending 31 March 2005, profits after tax almost tripled over 2003-4 to Kshs 3.882 Billion (US$50 Million) and over 2 million passengers were carried.

Kenya Airways announced record profit growth for 2005-06. After-tax profits increased from 3.88 billion Kenya shillings (about $54 million USD) to 4.83 billion shillings. In March 2006, Kenya Airways won the 'African Airline of the Year' Award for 2005, for the fifth time in seven years.[

Passenger numbers in the fiscal year 2006 (April 2006 – March 2007) were a record 2.6 million. On September 4, 2007, SkyTeam, the second-largest airline alliance in the world, welcomed Kenya Airways as one of the first official SkyTeam Associate Airlines.[7]

SHAREHOLDERS
The airline is owned by individual Kenyan shareholders (30.94%)
KLM (now Air France-KLM) (26%)
Kenyan government (23%)
Kenyan institutional investors (14.2%)
Foreign institutional investors (4.47%) and
Individual foreign investors (1.39%).

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Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, (IATA: NBO, ICAO: HKJK) formerly called Embakasi Airport and Nairobi International Airport, is Kenya's largest aviation facility, and the busiest airport in Eastern Africa. It is the 6th busiest airport in Africa. The airport is named after the first Kenyan prime minister and president Jomo Kenyatta.

The airport served 4,861,706 passengers in 2007.[1]

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KenolKobil rewarded by KRA

KenolKobil Ltd has been rewarded by the Kenya Revenue Authority for posting the most improved percentage growth in corporation tax payment in the country.

The company says this growth is due to increased profits for the 2007/2008 versus 2008/2009 year.

This is the third year the company has been recognised as a top taxpayer, having been recognised as overall second top taxpayer in 2004 and third best in 2005.

The company recently announced it had acquired Engen’s assets in Burundi, where it has a new subsidiary.
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Interesting to see the rate at which Kenya airways is opening new routes especially in Central|South & West at this rate they should be able to put off the competition. Ethiopian airways that recently started direct routes to Mombasa better watch out, and so is SAA.


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Ethiopian airways that recently started direct routes to Mombasa better watch out, and so is SAA.
Good news! Bring it on Kenya!

Ethiopians current international destinations:

Europe (6): Brussels, Frankfurt, London, Paris, Rome, Stockholm.

Africa (35): Abidjan, Abuja, Accra, Addis Ababa, Bamako, Brazzaville, Bujumbura, Cairo, Dakar, Dar es Salaam, Dire Dawa, Djibouti, Douala, Entebbe, Harare, Johannesburg, Juba, Khartoum, Kigali, Kilimanjaro, Kinshasa, Lagos, Libreville, Lilongwe, Lome, Luanda, Lubumbashi, Lusaka, Malabo, Mombasa, Monrovia, Ouagadougou, N’Djamena, Nairobi, Zanzibar.

The Middle East & Asia (14): Bahrain, Bangkok, Beijing, Beirut, Dubai, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Jeddah, Kuwait, Mumbai, Delhi, Riyadh, Sana’a, and Tel Aviv.

North America (1): Washington
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Kenya Airways Routes

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OK lets see how it compares;

KQ Current international destinations:

Europe (3): Amsterdam, London, Paris, Rome*, Stockholm*, Frankfurt*.

Africa (45): Abidjan, Antananarivo, Accra, Addis Ababa, Bamako, Brazzaville, Bujumbura, Benin, Bangui, Cairo, Dakar, Dar es Salaam, Djibouti, Douala, Entebbe, Equitorial Guinea, Gaberone, Harare, Johannesburg, Juba, Khartoum, Kigali, Kilimanjaro, Kisangani, Kinshasa, Kisumu, Lagos, Libreville, Lilongwe, Lome, Luanda, Lubumbashi, Lusaka, Malabo, Mayote, Maputo, Mombasa, Monrovia, Malindi, N’Djamena, Ndola, Nairobi, Seychelles, Younde, Zanzibar. Luanda* Capetown*

The Middle East & Asia (5):Bangkok, Dubai, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Mumbai, Istanbul*, Karachi*, Seoul*

North America: 0 Atlanta*

In Africa KQ beats Ethiopian Airways hands down internationally they have some catching up to do especially with Asia and the ever elusive North American Routes.

Note: Routes with (* not counted) Are either former or planned routes.


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