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Directors’ responsibility
Secretaries’ certification
Report of the independent auditors
Directors’ report
Accounting policies
Income statements
Balance sheets
Cash flow statements
Notes to the cash flow statements
Statements of changes
in equity
Notes to the annual financial statements
Principal subsidiaries
Share ownership analysis
Shareholders’ diary
Corporate administration and information
Currency conversion table
Notice of annual general meeting - PDF 106kb
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Vision  Reunert will manage businesses in the electronics and electrical engineering sectors, supplying value-added products, systems and solutions to local and international growth markets. Each of these businesses will remain capable of meeting the group’s objectives for sustainable growth and earnings.
Who we are  Reunert Limited is one of the leading companies in South Africa and is listed on the JSE Limited (JSE) in the Industrial Goods & Services (electronic and electrical equipment) sector and is included in the ALSI 40 index.

The company was established in 1888 by pioneers Theodore Reunert and Otto Lenz. For more than a century, the group has played a major role in the South African economy and its products are leaders in the various markets it serves. Reunert & Lenz was first listed in the engineering sector of the JSE in 1948. In 1980 the company was acquired by Barlow Rand and listed in the electronics sector three years later. Reunert was unbundled from Barlows in 1993.

Reunert underwent a major restructuring in the late 1990s when various non-core or unprofitable businesses were disposed of or closed.

Today, the companies comprising the Reunert group are focused on electronics and electrical engineering. Reunert owns and manages CBi-electric, Nashua , Nashua Mobile and RC&C Holdings, the exclusive distributor of Panasonic products in southern Africa . Reutech represents the defence electronics businesses in the group.

Reunert’s telecommunication interest is vested in a 40% stake in Siemens Telecommunications. A planned joint venture with listed PSG Group will give Reunert a 49,9% share in Quince Capital, a financial services company complementary to its core business.

Reunert promotes a decentralised management style, with operating decisions made by the business units. The Reunert executive team streamlines long-term strategic plans and investment decisions, whilst approvals for capital expenditure are made by the Reunert board.

Reunert’s revenue in 2006 from local and international markets exceeded R8 billion. The group has more than 6 000 employees, many of whom are highly qualified and experienced engineers, technicians, research and development experts and field support staff.
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