Padenga

Padenga

 

(Pidigo), a river in Arkhangel’sk Oblast, RSFSR, a left tributary of the Vaga River (Severnaia Dvina River basin). The Padenga is 169 km long and drains an area of 1,040 sq km. It is fed primarily by snow. The river freezes in November, and the ice breaks up in April. It is used for floating timber.

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Other arrivals include Zambian Breweries, (mar- ket cap $536m), Cervejas de Mozambique ($392m), Zimbabwean food companies Padenga and National Foods and Egypt's Citadel Capital.
Other arrivals include Zambian Breweries, (market cap $530m), Cervejas de Mozambique ($392m), Zimbabwean food companies Padenga and National Foods and Egypt's Citadel Capital.
The previous listings were TN Bank in 2012 following a demerger of Lifestyle Group and Padenga Holdings in 2010 also through a dividend-in-specie following its unbundling from Innscor Africa.
Video footage captured by Peta's US investigators at Padenga Holdings crocodile farms in Kariba, Zimbabwe - who supply skins for Birkin bags - shows concrete pits that are each filled with as many as 220 crocodiles.
Padenga accounts for nearly 85 per cent of the global supply of Nile crocodile skins to luxury fashion brands.
In Zimbabwe, two undercover Peta investigators were able to get a tour of Padenga, one of the largest suppliers of crocodiles and alligators for skin.
"We do 42,000 skins a year," Padenga's director of operations Charles Boddy can be heard saying to the undercover investigator in the film.
This creates a buzz around them that led to Padenga Holdings - which runs the Zimbabwe farms in the film and owns a 50% stake in the Texan farm also filmed - making PS4.1million profit last year, an increase of 60% on its previous year.
Video footage captured by PETA US at Padenga Holdings crocodile farms in Kariba, Zimbabwe - who supply skins for Birkin bags - shows concrete pits filled with as many as 220 crocodiles.
Padenga operate one of the largest Nile crocodile farming operations in the world, accounting for nearly 85 per cent of the global supply of Nile crocodile skins.
Padenga's director of operations describes the luxury bags market as "bulletproof ", untouched by recession.