Kenya Airways reports loss of Sh3.8 billion for the Half Year Period ended Sept 2017 as revenue drops to Kshs 54.5 billion and the number of passengers increased slightly to 2.3 million. Operating profit grew by 52 per cent to Kshs 1,443 million, overheads down by 8.9 per cent, with a 20.5 per cent decrease in loss after tax. The loss was attributed to a rise in the airline's operating profit from Sh949 million to Sh1.4 billion.
Telematics technology is now important more than ever in the trucking industry and could soon become the default standard for heavy commercial trucks with hardware included. The technology is playing a key role in reducing resource expenditure and increasing resource savings for businesses while at the same time ensuring fleets comply with prevailing norm and standards.
“Africa’s new economic powerhouse is taking root in Eastern Africa”
“Business should be profitable but also serve society”
The smart money is on East Africa,” says Lukas Duusema, CEO, Siemens Eastern Africa, in the run-up to the upcoming Future Energy East Africa conference and exhibition which is taking place in Nairobi, Kenya from 29-30 November. Siemens is a platinum sponsor for this long-running event.
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