ADVANC has budgeted Bt2bn to upgrade 4G client services. It targets expanding to 121 branches by the end of 2016. (Kao Hoon, 29/03/16)
AJD work with Alibaba to service Alibaba members in Thailand. It sets member target at 5,000 members or revenue of Bt250mn in 2016. (Thun Hoon, 29/03/16)
ARROW expects 2016 profit to be a new high. It is confident that revenue will reach Bt1.4bn. It expects 1Q16 earnings to be good supported by more sales, its backlog of Bt250mn and bids for government jobs. (Kao Hoon, 29/03/16)
Comment: And they continue and continue to grow and grow, at what point do they need to increase capacity to maintain this path?
BRR expects revenue and profit in 2016 to grow, driven by rising in sugar price. It expects to get 2.2mn tons of sugar cane and book full-year revenue from its biomass power plant. It expects to increase power plant revenue to 20%. (Kao Hoon, 29/03/16)
Comment: Sugar prices have rebounded from 10 to ~14 now so would 1Q-2Q should begin to look decent for all the sugar names in Thailand compared to last year.
ANAN targets 2016 revenue to reach Bt11bn backed by Bt37.2bn backlog. It plans to launch 12 projects, valued at Bt22bn. (Thun Hoon, 26/02/16)
Comment: Seems to be rather conservative estimates coming out from the management team given their backlog, lets see how things unfold during the year
BANPU expects net profit to return to the black this year aided by US$70mn extra gain on Hongsa power plant and its coal capacity of 46.1mt/year. It plans to acquire a coal mine in Indonesia. It plans to issue a Bt10bn debenture. (Khao Hoon, 26/02/16)
Comment: Well and there’s a supposed listing of BANPU power..
BCP is budgeting Bt20bn for add 60 gas stations. It plans to list a subsidiary in 4Q16. (Thun Hoon, 26/02/16)
BJCHI reported its highest net profit at Bt1.32bn in 2015 supported by continuous construction of FPSO’s P75&77 projects. It targets 2016 revenue to grow not less than 15% thanks to Bt3.7bn backlog. It expects to be awarded new projects in April. (Thun Hoon, 26/02/16)
Comment: Impressive results given the huge drop in oil prices
AH expects 2015 revenue of Bt15.3bn with net profit growth of 3% on growth in the automotive sector. It targets revenue of Bt30bn in five years with 10% gross margin. It is talking to partners in India and Europe which is expected to be finalized soon. (ASTV, 10/12/15)
Comment: Still don’t see any real reason to buy this company when its peers are performing far better
MRTA to negotiate with BTS instead of bidding for the operational contract for the MRT Green Line (north and south). MRTA is considering transferring both lines to BMA. When it decides it will ask approval from cabinet. (Khao Hoon, 11/12/15)
CK plans to take part in bids for Bt600bn in public projects next year. It expects to win about 20%. It won a dual-track project (Jira-Khon Kaen) which will increase its backlog to Bt100bn from Bt77bn. (Post Today, 10/12/15)
Comment: And they’ll continue to win 1/4 of the projects
CPN targets 2016 revenue growth of 14-15% backed by four new department stores this year and two more next year. It plans to broaden its clientele by focusing on Indonesia and Vietnam. It expects to open a department store in Malaysia in 2017. (Thun Hoon, 11/12/15)
Comment: A really impressive growth machine that doesn’t stop
CSL expects 2015 net profit of Bt300mn aided by full occupancy of its data center. It targets broadband subscribers of 10,000, up from 4,000. (Thun Hoon, 11/12/15)