BWG expects to win numerous waste disposal contracts after Department of Industrial Works vows to tighten its pollution control enforcement. Its 500MW PPA is expected to be finalized by 1Q16, leading to income turnaround going forward. BWG also plans to list its subsidiary, the Earth-Tech Environment co., ltd. (Thun Hoon, 21/01/16)
Comment: It’s quite interesting to see BWG’s turnaround over the past few quarters, from what was one poorly managed company they’ve somehow transitioned well to the waste to energy and waste disposal businesses (which are incredibly hard to break into…)
FORTH expects a big earnings jump in 2015 from Bt337mn the previous year, backed by numerous orders and its subsidiary. Bt900mn has been earmarked for an investment in Top Up machine which will be deployed at home and abroad. It plans to increase backlog from the current level of Bt300mn. (Thun Hoon, 21/01/16)
Comment: Again the real value in FORTH is FSMART
FSMART plans to partner with KBANK to provide money transfer service via Boon Term Top Up machine. It sets Bt600mn investment budget for the deployment of 25,000 additional Top Up machines this year, after installed 65,000 machines last year. It expects revenue and net profit to hit new high in 2015, followed by 30% growth in 2016. (Thun Hoon, 21/01/16)
Comment: They are continually finding more and more ways to add more value to their top-up machines, just a wonderful business model.
GUNKUL expects 2016 revenue of Bt6bn (25% growth) aided by 143MW power plant. It plans to kick start 1Q16 with additional 10MW. Company believes it has enough capital to expand its investment as planned. (Thun Hoon, 21/01/16)
Comment: So for now it looks like all of the capital increases are done.
ICHI targets 2016 revenue of Bt7.5bn on the back of cost control, market expansion, launching more marketing campaign and new products. 2015 revenue is a miss, registered only Bt6.4bn due to market slow down and increasing competition. (Khao Hoon, 21/01/16)
Comment: They have “missed” a lot since their ipo…
ANAN targets 2016 revenue of Bt14.5-15.5bn (43% growth) backed by Bt38bn backlog. It targets sales of Bt21.5-22.5bn with 32% gross margin. It is confident 2015 revenue will reach target of Bt10-11bn. It plans to launch ten projects, valued at Bt22-23bn, next year. (Thun Hoon, 18/12/15)
Comment: Perhaps one of the few property companies still growing in Thailand
AJD expects 4Q15 earnings to be good backed by Top-Up machines. It plans to add 50,000 ToUp machines next year. (Thun Hoon, 18/12/15)
Comment: Follow this name at your own risk.
ASEFA expects orders to surge from mega projects and growth in data centers. (Thun Hoon, 18/12/15)
BCP is budgeting Bt3bn to expand its oil retail business in 2016. It plans to open 60 gas stations and also focus on non-oil business for sustainable growth. (Khao Hoon, 18/12/15)
CRANE expects performance to turn around next year backed by demand. It expects 2015 revenue to achieve its target. It is talking to a prospective partner to invest abroad. (Thun Hoon, 18/12/15)
Comment: It has consistently been an undervalued stock despite the fact that core business has always done ok.
AKR is seeing demand recovery. It expects 2Q15 profit to be positive backed by revenue recognition. It expects 3Q15 earnings to mark a record high. It is ready for an upcoming bid for the MEA valued at Bt2bn. It expects 2015 revenue will hit target growth of 10% aided by huge orders for solar plant transformers. It expects to add more PPAs next year. It plans to sell 8MW of electricity in 2016. (Thun Hoon, 07/08/15)
DTAC plans to introduce “4G VoLTE” and “VoWifi” by November. It says this is an innovative 4G service and is expected to replace traditional calls within 3-4 years. (Khao Hoon, 07/08/15)
GPSC reported profit before FX and extra items of Bt576mn (+10%YoY). It plans to invest more to achieve stable growth. (Thun Hoon, 07/08/15)
ITD is on the short-list for the Bt10.5bn dual track bid for Chachoengsao – Klong 19 – Kaeng Koi. SRT expects to announce the winner by the end of this year. ITD and ROJNA will sign a contract for Dawei phase1 valued at Bt52bn. It expects to sell land in the industrial estate in 4Q15, targeting sale of 3,000 rai. (Thun Hoon, 07/08/15)
JMT expects robust earnings in 2Q15 backed by increasing debt collection. It plans to focus on personal loans beginning from 3Q15. It is confident 2015 revenue growth will reach target of 30%. It expects a Bt90bn portfolio at the end of this year. Net profit is expected to jump for the next two years. (Thun Hoon, 07/08/15)
Comment: Just incredible, HOWEVER, if they want to keep growing and growing, don’t be surprised to see them raise more and more capital