D&L Industries subsidiary D&L Polymers & Colours, Inc. (DLPC) has received international certification for its Biorez line of compostable biopolymers or more commonly known as biodegradable plastics.
D&L Industries was named as Philippines’ Best Mid-Cap Company in FinanceAsia’s 19th Annual Poll. In addition, D&L was ranked 7th overall in Best at Investor Relations category.
D&L Industries has successfully renewed its ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accreditation from the Philippine Accreditation Bureau.
D&L Industries has started construction of its two new plants in a Special Economic Zone in Batangas. One for food ingredients and an integrated facility to manufacture oleochemicals and downstream packaging.
D&L Industries’ recurring income reached P2.4 billion, or earnings per share of P0.34, in the first nine months of 2018 (9M18). This is 13% higher than last year.
Jadel Holdings Co. Inc. (JHCI), the holding company of the Lao Family and the parent company of D&L Industries Inc. (DNL), will build a state-of-the-art research center that will be named Jadel Research Center (JRC).
D&L Industries' recurring income reached P1.53 billion, or earnings per share of 0.21, in the first six months of 2018
D&L Industries’ recurring net income reached Php1.35 billion, or earnings per share of P0.19, in the first six months of 2017. This is 7.5% higher than last year. Meanwhile, D&L also appoints Mr. Joselito P. Rivera as Chief Operating Officer at the last board meeting.
D&L Industries declared today a regular cash dividend of P0.205 per share plus a special cash dividend of P0.055 per share to shareholders of record as of June 20.
D&L Industries’ recurring net income reached P744 million, or earnings per share of P0.10, in the first three months of the year. This is 12.3% higher than last year. Earnings before interest and taxes were higher by 11.9% at P949 million.