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TORRE INDUSTRIES LTD - TOR

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Sale 100
Buy 97
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Move 0
% Move 0.0%
Volume 0
Value 0
Deals 0
Today's High 0
Today's Low 0
% From 52WK High -5.66% (106)
% From 52WK Low 81.82% (55)

CLOSING PRICE ( 18/12/2018)

Close 100
High 100
Low 100
Volume 187
Move 1 day 2.04%
Move 1 week 0.00%
Move 1 month -23.08%
Move MTD -25.37%
Move YTD 0.00%
Move 1 year 14.94%
Move 3 year -72.22%
Move 5 year -53.49%

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OVERVIEW - TORRE INDUSTRIES LTD

Torre Industries Ltd is an African industrial group which is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE). This JSE industrial company provides equipment and machinery, auto parts, financing and support services to its customers in selected high growth markets in the industrial sectors across Africa. These sectors include but are not limited to the agricultural, automotive, construction, earthmoving, engineering, mining, manufacturing, and condition monitoring industries.

Torre Industries core business is the value added sale and rental of branded capital equipment and machinery, the distribution of high quality parts and components, the delivery of critical support services and the provision of financing solutions which are needed to support our customer's expansion programmes.

The role of Torre Industries as an empowered industrial group in Africa is to support our subsidiaries in order to maximise performance and shareholder value. We are able to achieve this by centralising certain functions where high levels of capacity and expertise are required which are not normally found in the industrial businesses that we acquire, or where better terms can be obtained by utilising the combined buying power of the Torre group.