The Australian Agricultural Co board has ended its five month executive search by today appointing Hugh Killen as its Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, to take effect from February 1.
The Australian Agricultural Co has just minutes ago announced operating EBITDA (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation) for the 12 months to March 31 of $45 million, and statutory EBITDA of $133.2m.
The Australian Agricultural Company has announced the appointment of Dr Shehan Dissanayake to the position of Executive Director.
The Australian Agricultural Co, the world’s largest beef producer, this morning posted a half-year statutory net profit after tax of $47.9 million for its six months to September 30.
Shareholders at Thursday’s AA Co annual general meeting grilled the board on wide-ranging issues during questiontime, ranging from animal welfare to trade access, the performance of the new Darwin abattoir, the absence of shareholder dividends, and the rationale behind the company’s new brand program.
Shareholders at the Australian Agricultural Co’s AGM this morning were treated to a sneak preview of a new suite of commercial beef brands, designed to further consolidate the company’s transformation from large-scale cattle producer to fully-integrated global beef marketer.
The Australian Agricultural Co this morning announced a record net profit after tax of $67.8 million for the 12 months to March 31, 2016, a huge $58m increase on the previous financial year.
The first full year’s operations at AA Co’s Livingstone Beef processing plant near Darwin has for the first time provided some insight as to the new business’s financial and operational performance. Here’s some insights.
The Australian Agricultural Co’s Darling Downs Wagyu was last night recognised as a finalist for the Royal Agricultural Society’s President’s Medal – the country’s most prestigious agricultural commodity award.
A WAGYU entry has steaked its claim as the nation’s finest beef in the Royal Queensland Food and Wine Show’s prestigious Branded Beef and Lamb competition, results from which were announced at the Brisbane Showgrounds a few minutes ago. The Darling Downs Wagyu entry, produced by AA Co, was announced as grand champion branded beef of show, beating 41 entries in grassfed, grainfed and Wagyu categories.