ACAP expects 2016 performance to turn around aided by recovery in every business. It expects its loan portfolio to reach Bt2bn this year. It expects 4Q15 earnings to be the best backed by business restructuring and its loan growth. (Thun Hoon, 07/01/16)
Comment: We do wonder what else the new shareholder is going to be doing with ACAP, it does have a decent balance sheet
CCP targets 2016 revenue of Bt2.6bn (from Bt2.4bn in 2015) with net margin of over 4%. It has budgeted Bt150mn to improve its machinery and increase capacity. Its backlog is Bt2.4bn. (Khao Hoon, 07/01/16)
CENTEL expects 2015 revenue to achieve target of Bt19bn, with more growth in 2016. It plans to expand both food and hotel businesses. It expects to get 8-10 hotel management contracts each year. It will hold a roadshow in Singapore this week. (Khao Hoon, 07/01/16)
Comment: Still a B-grade version of MINT but their hotel side will always continue to perform well.
CRANE is budgeting Bt200mn to invest in new equipment. It expects 2016 revenue growth of 25% on the back of a boom in construction. It plans to take part in project bidding. (Thun Hoon, 07/01/16)
Comment: There’s always been hidden value in the CRANE and it’s been well known for monkey years.
ADVANC expects to report 3Q15 earnings tomorrow. It expects 9M15 net profit of Bt28bn (+4%) despite 3Q15 net profit dropped by 7% to Bt8.35bn. (Khao Hoon, 09/11/15)
AKR expects to get a Bt150mn electric transformer project from the MEA, which will raise its backlog to Bt600mn. It expects 2015 revenue to achieve target of Bt2bn backed by high demand. It is expanding into another solar farm. (Thun Hoon, 09/11/15)
APCO reported 3Q15 revenue of Bt94.89mn with Bt21.33mn net profit, affected by the slowdown in local demand. It plans to broaden its market by advertising on free TV, which it expects will increase revenue. It plans to launch new products via drug stores. It plans to expand business via MLM (Multi-Level Marketing) in AEC and abroad. (Thun Hoon, 09/11/15)
Comment: A friend commented best on this, a wonderful marketing company but their products have little impact on one’s health.
CSL reported 3Q15 net profit of Bt85.96mn from 3Q14’s net loss of Bt464.34mn backed by data center project and dividend from a subsidiary. 9M15 revenue was Bt2.23bn with net profit of Bt248mn. (Thun Hoon, 09/11/15)
Names today: AIT, ILINK, BKD, CHOW, DELTA, DEMCO, EASTW, EPCO, FORTH, LIT, MCS, QH, SAMCO, SUSCO
AIT cooperating with ILINK to invest in a data center. It has got a Bt600mn job which is expected to start up in 2016. It expects this to boost performance next year. It expects 2015 revenue of Bt5.2bn with Bt3.2bn work on hand. (Thun Hoon, 22/10/15)
Comment: Quite clever that these two firms are going to work together with the data center’s.
BKD expects 2016 revenue to be good on the back of Bt2.7bn backlog. It expects 2015 revenue of Bt1.3bn. (Khao Hoon, 22/10/15)
CHOW expects 2016 net profit of Bt350mn. It plans to list its subsidiary soon. 3Q15 performance is expected to grow from 2Q15 because of numerous orders and revenue contribution from solar farm in Japan. (Thun Hoon, 22/10/15)
Comment: The expansion to Japan is will begin full contribution next year, and I am curious to see how the Thai firms GUNKUL and CHOW deal with the currency fluctuation.
Hong Kong investors are interested in DELTA shares because of its strong fundamentals and good financial status. It expects this deal to be finalized soon. It expects 2015 revenue to grow 5-10% from 2014’s Bt45bn backed by high demand and the weaker bath. (Thun Hoon, 22/10/15)