We operate in an attractive sector with strong growth prospects, underpinned by favourable trends such as growth in population and in per capita food consumption, rising middle class in emerging markets and transitioning economies moving to a more resource-intensive protein and fat-based diet.
Olam’s participation in the agri-industry is differentiated by its:
By developing these six points of differentiation even before scaling its businesses, Olam has acquired competitive strengths to execute a growth strategy that will serve to enhance its margins and returns for continuing shareholders.
Olam’s shareholding structure today reflects the long-term tenor of its strategy with key shareholders being Temasek Holdings (53.8%), Mitsubishi Corporation (17.5%), Kewalram Chanrai Group (7.1%) and the management team (6.3%).
Olam International reports Q2 2018 PATMI of S$94.0 million.