GLOBAL’s 2015 net profits grow 20% from last year’s Bt701mn, driven by numerous orders. It targets 2016 revenue to grow 10%. A plan to invest in Myanmar will be finalized within 1H16 (Thun Hoon, 17/2/16)
Comment: And yet they still have one of the worst inventory turnover’s I’ve seen…
KCE’s 2015 net profit was Bt2.24bn (+6.2% YoY) with sales growth of 10.3% to Bt12bn. 4Q15 net profit was Bt630mn, hitting a new high. (Khao Hoon, 17/2/16)
Comment: No surprise if you’ve been following this company for the past few years..
KTC expects to see 2016 financial performance to be in line with 2015. NPL is expected to reduce to 2.1%. It plans to do business aggressively to boost market shares. (Khao Hoon, 17/2/16)
Comment: We’ve said this since last year, the issue for KTC now is no longer operational, its sales, growing revenue and I doubt that they’ll be able to do more than 2x the industry growth rate unless they shift into other products.
MAJOR looks more to non-film revenue – MAJOR will renovate some of its cinemas nationwide in a bid to achieve almost 12% revenue growth from group bookings and events. It expects 11.8% growth in group bookings to Bt190mn this year. It believes this business has great potential despite contributing only a small proportion of total ticket sales. (Bangkok Post, 17/02/16)
Comment: I’ve always liked this company, perhaps for the first time in a while it may be time to relook at it if they can monetise their assets better..
AMATA expects 4Q15 revenue to be healthy even though it cannot reach the target of selling 1000 rai of land this year. It has sold only 493 rai of land in 9 months. (Thun Hoon, 27/11/15)
Comment: It’s the usual cycle for industrial estates in Thailand.
AOT expects 4Q15 profit of at least Bt3.2bn (51% growth). It expects revenue for the whole of this year to be Bt17bn backed by peak season. (Thun Hoon, 27/11/15)
BMCL expects the cabinet to approve the M&A with BECL on December 8. (Khao Hoon, 27/11/15)
CHO expects to gain revenue from an 11-year project. Next year it will focus on maintenance services and expects to get a project worth Bt400mn. (Thun Hoon, 27/11/15)
Comment: If it is similar to their Tesco contract then its a steady cash flow generator for the firm
AIT reported 3Q15 net profit of Bt148.84mn (+69.17%). Its 9-month net profit is Bt416.68mn. It expects to finish projects to reach target. (Thun Hoon, 16/11/15)
Comment: Astounding numbers from AIT, although given that Thailand’s government spending in this sector has been a bit slow last year it isn’t a surprise to see a decent recovery
AZAY reported 9-month performance of 7% growth YoY. It expects to use digital system to increase sale efficiency. (Khao Hoon, 16/11/15)
BSM reported 3Q15 net profit of Bt7mn (+20%) YoY after an increase in sales. (Thun Hoon, 16/11/15)
Comment: I’ve always liked this company but never found the valuation to be attractive…
CHO is likely to not get its main expected NGV bus project since the project is expected to be canceled. (Khao Hoon, 16/11/15)
Comment: Quite the surprise for the CEO, he seemed rather adamant that he was going to be able to successfully win.
- Additions: GPSC, IMPACT, PLAT, TIPCO, VNG
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