AMATA sets target land sales of 1,000 rai in 2016. It is negotiating with a foreign customer and hopes to finish the deal in 2H16. (Khao Hoon, 24/02/16)
Comment: This implies a 20% revenue growth for AMATA this year.
ARROW is confident that revenue in 2016 will reach Bt1.4bn supported by more order, an increase in market share to 65% and expansion of factory and machinery. (Khao Hoon, 24/02/16)
Comment: What property slowdown? As long as the number of buildings continue to increase then ARROW is in good shape. A consistent grower over the past few years.
BIG reported net profit of Bt459mn, growth of 235%, on a gain in market share to over 50% and total revenue of Bt1.62bn. It targets revenue growth of no less than 10%, supported by expanding to high-end customers. It will pay a dividend of Bt0.6/share, XD on April 29. (Khao Hoon, 24/02/16)
Comment: I’ll be reading their notes to the financial statements w/ a lot of questions…
CHO reported profit in 2015 of Bt35mn, less than last year. This was due to a fall in total revenue and impact from the cancellation of the NGV bus. The board approved a stock dividend in the ratio 10 old shares for 1 new share, XD on April 27. It targets revenue growth of 5-10% in 2016. (Khao Hoon, 24/02/16)
Comment: Stock divvy’s are never liked by this market…
AAV expects 2016 net profit to be over Bt1bn driven by 16.9mn passengers and an 82% cabin factor. It expects to get five A320 planes this year, with a goal of 70 airplanes in 2020. It expects to open new routes in CLMV, beginning with Luang Prabang. (Thun Hoon, 09/02/16)
Comment: There is no real competition for AAV, I like to now saw Emirates control’s the mid-high end customers, AAV controls budget.
ABC plans to launch ABC Residence Sukhumvit 39, valued at Bt2.5bn. The selling prices will start at Bt170,000/sqm. It expects to do presales in March. (Khao Hoon, 09/02/16)
Comment: Will this condo be launched w/ solar power and IT Solutions?
APCO targets 2016 sales growth of 10% to achieve revenue of Bt450mn by focusing on providing BIM products to local customers. It is looking for a partner in Singapore to build MLM in Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia. (Khao Hoon, 09/02/16)
Comment: I hate MLM companies, there said I it
CCN expects 2016 net profit to mark a record high backed by the setup of 4G networks. It expects this to contribute 50% of total revenue in 2016 from last year’s 5%. It expects 2016 revenue to grow 20% aided by Bt70mn backlog. It expects to get a Bt200mn mega project which is expected to be concluded by 1Q16. (Thun Hoon, 09/02/16)
GPSC plans to operate 65MW hydroelectricity in Laos with startup in 2017; construction has reached 35% completion. (Thun Hoon, 09/02/16)
Buy(s) THB 6.3 bn
-KCE, BA, TTCL, RS, SAM, SPALI, MAJOR, WHA, SCC, IFEC, BBL, DCORP, BLAND, JMART, TU, SOLAR, TVO, NSI, CBG, SUPER, NMG
Sell(s) THB 15.0 bn
-BEC, KCE, SAWD, COL, UNIQ, MAX, AP, SAM, JSP, MAJOR, SRICHA, ITD, BA, TMC, AAV
Note: Transactions shown are trades above THB 20 mn
AP and Mitsubishi launched Life Pinklao project, valued at Bt3.1bn on Nov 21. It expects this to achieve presales of 40% by this year. It expects this to support demand for premium condo in this location. (Khao Hoon, 09/12/15)
BEAUTY expects 4Q15 earnings to peak on seasonality and large orders. It expects 2015 revenue to grow 20% from 2014’s Bt1.38bn thanks to a broader customer base both local and overseas. Management plans to introduce a new business plan in January 2016. (Thun Hoon, 09/12/15)
Comment: And they continue to buck the trend by posting great SSSG numbers
BECL/BMCL The cabinet has approved the amalgamation of BECL and BMCL with a new ticker, BEM. BECL will hold a joint shareholder meeting (BECL-BMCL) on Dec 28. Trading in BECL and BMCL shares will be suspended from Dec 21-30. (Thun Hoon, 09/12/15)
Comment: I am absolutely curious to see if BEM will become a must have investment for institutional investors, it just sounds right.
CBG is talking to a prospective partner in Indonesia which it expects to finalize in 1Q16. It expects this to increase its exports. It expects 2015 net profit to mark a new high backed by numerous orders. It expects 2016 revenue to grow 10% from this year. (Thun Hoon, 09/12/15)
Comment: We’ve heard this story before….ICHI, SAPPE, “we’re expanding to indonesia and growth will be amazeballs” Neither of the two have exactly panned out just yet, such things take years of development and marketing
CK bids lowest for Bt23.4bn dual-track project (Jira – Khon Kaen). It expects to sign the contract with the SRT this year, as well as the Chachoengsao – Kang Koi dual-track project. It expects the SRT to ask approval from the cabinet on Dec 15. (Khao Hoon, 09/12/15)
Comment: They are carving up the pie nicely, first STEC, now CK, so now its either ITD or UNIQ that wins the next project
J.S.P. thrives on an integrated community approach
We began in 1991 by providing long-term rental and leasehold units to clients at our Rama III Road location. Back then our clients were predominantly freighters and cargo companies. In time we expanded to freehold projects under the JSP brand, focusing on outer Bangkok and other areas around Thailand.
J.S.P. Property Plc (JSP) was listed on the Market for Alternative Investment in November 2014. President and managing director Tanongsak Manotamraksa discusses the company’s strategy and outlook.
Please explain JSP’s history and business model.
Our development approach is unique in Thailand because all of our projects must have both a commercial and residential component and low-cost rental space. This way, we’re creating a self-sustaining community whereby all our tenants are able thrive on both a personal and a commercial level.
What are JSP’s development plans?
We have projects in various phases of development. At Sampeng 2, which covers 65 rai, we’ve completed the first two phases, which are mainly commercial. The final two phases and a condominium will be completed by 2017. At Miami Bangpu, covering 120 rai near the Bang Pu Industrial Estate, we’re developing both commercial and residential projects. Finally, at Tulip Square, which totals 32 rai, we’re close to completing the commercial areas, while the residential units are being transferred. These projects give us a combined backlog of more than 5 billion baht.
In the future, we’ll launch a 140-rai site in Rangsit Khlong 1 and a 210-rai site in Samut Prakan, both of which will have commercial and residential components. We’ve also expanded our prefabrication factories in Samut Prakan, which will give us a production capacity of 700 townhouses each.