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General => About South Africa... => eTolls - The Resistance => Topic started by: Kneeslider on February 27, 2014, 09:29:23 am

Title: Kapsch want their money.......
Post by: Kneeslider on February 27, 2014, 09:29:23 am
Seems there is a snake in paradise and the cozy relationship between the thieves is not so cozy any more, Kapsch want their money and it is starting to hurt their bottom line, and the locusts are battling to deliver, as promised.  :lol8: :lol8: :lol8: :lol8:
Keep up the pressure.

DO NOT BUY AN E-TAG

Kapsch TrafficCom will profit handsomely from Gauteng’s e-tolls and are under pressure to make the system work. Sanral also under pressure, as is their working relationship with Kapsch TrafficCom / ETC.

Shares in Kapsch TrafficCom fell the most in a month following a $11.6m writedown on a project in SA

Kapsch TrafficCom AG, the Austrian maker of toll-road systems, fell the most in a month as an 8.5 million-euro ($11.6 million) writedown on a project in South Africa hurt third-quarter earnings.

The shares declined as much as 5.9 percent, the most in intraday trading since Jan. 23, and were 4.4 percent lower at 43.70 euros as of 4:41 p.m. in Vienna. The net loss including minority interests was 0.6 million euros in the three months through December, compared with a profit of 1.2 million euros in the same period a year earlier, according to its quarterly report.

Kapsch TrafficCom took a writedown on part of compensation it was due to receive from the South African National Road Agency SOC Ltd. to maintain electronic road tolls around Johannesburg and Pretoria before they began operating last year, according to spokeswoman Katharina Riedl. “Unresolved issues in this regard noticeably weighed down the third-quarter earnings,” Chief Executive Officer GeorgKapsch said in the statement.

The e-toll system in Gauteng province was delayed for more than two years due to opposition from road users and trade unions, and remains unpopular among residents ahead of presidential elections on May 7.

After the compensation settlement was agreed upon, Kapsch had to write down 8.5 million euros, according to spokeswoman Katharina Riedl. South African National Road Agency, known as Sanral, didn’t immediately respond to e-mailed questions seeking comment.

http://www.moneyweb.co.za/moneyweb-international/kapsch-trafficcom-falls-on-south-africa-toll-maint (http://www.moneyweb.co.za/moneyweb-international/kapsch-trafficcom-falls-on-south-africa-toll-maint)
Title: Re: Kapsch want their money.......
Post by: Koet on February 27, 2014, 09:59:24 am
Lekker!  Fok hulle almal!
Title: Re: Kapsch want their money.......
Post by: Bundu on February 27, 2014, 11:22:56 am
the thieves seem to not have enough spoils to share..... good! fuck all of you!  :sip: <thanks RobC>
Title: Re: Kapsch want their money.......
Post by: wiledog_X on February 27, 2014, 11:42:56 am
Lekker!  Fok hulle almal!

stem 100% saam!!