GBH - General Beltings Holdings Limited
GB Holdings was incorporated as General Beltings (Private) Limited on 24 June 1968. Its factory in Donnington, Bulawayo, was set up by Balatros GmbH of Humburg, Germany. Its products were manufactured under the Balatros trade name until the decision in 2000 to acquire the SABS 1173 product mark.
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Monetary values are quoted in United States Cents (USc) unless otherwise stated
GBH Market Performance
GBH currently ranks 20th on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange in terms of returns to investors with a year-to-date gain of 37.5%. Following GBH are ZPI (35%), ZIMW (32%), and TSL (31.58%). Shareholders were, however, not happy that they had gained nothing on their investments when dividends were last announced by General Beltings Holdings Limited. Below is the historical trading trend of GBH, covering up to the last 10 trading sessions of activity.
Profile of General Beltings Holdings Limited
General Beltings Holdings Limited operates in the Industrial Holding sector. The company's board of directors is composed of 11 members whose names are listed below.
- G. Nhemachena
- Wilbroad Tsuroh
Chief Executive Officer
- Patrick Munyanyi
- T. Kufazvinei
- A. Sibanda
- J. Mushayavanhu
- E. Mavengere
- O. Moyo
- P. Moyo
- C. Dhlembeu
- S. Bango
|Factsheet of General Beltings Holdings Limited|
Box 344, Harare
Industrial Stock Market Competitors
General Beltings Holdings Limited, issuers of the GBH stock on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange, have five market competitors who are also engaged in the Industrial Holding sector. The table below gives you an overview of their market standing.
|INN||Innscor Africa Limited||389.95m||72.00||+0.00|
|NTS||National Tyre Services Limited||2.79m||1.10||+0.00|