BIG is budgeting Bt200-150mn to expand its business by opening more branches. It expects 2015 revenue to mark a record high and to pay its first dividend. It expects 2016 earnings to be good. (Thun Hoon, 14/01/16)
Comment: I’ve been surprised by their continuing positive performance but I still have doubts on their sustainability
BJCHI’s board has approved the share repurchase program for the purposes of financial management. It has set the maximum at not exceeding Bt250mn, equal to 40mn shares (2.5% of registered shares). It expects this to confirm its good outlook in the minds of investors and to give them the message that current share price is undervalued. It targets 2016 revenue growth of 15%. (Thun Hoon, 14/01/16)
Comment: Oil price drop? Who cares! Obviously not BJCHI’s board with their announcement yesterday to do a share buyback.
COLOR targets 2016 revenue growth of 7-8% backed by Bt150mn in transfers contributing revenue in 2Q16. It expects to take part in upcoming bids. It plans to expand to ASEAN, Australia, and Europe. (Khao Hoon, 14/01/16)
DCORP signed contract with Yingli Solar to set up a solar cell plant for Bt689mn. It expects this to start up by 2H16. (Thun Hoon, 14/01/16)
DEMCO expects 2016-2017 revenue to grow driven by construction, steel structure, and service businesses. It expects 2016 revenue of Bt6-6.5bn. (Post Today, 14/01/16)
Comment: Effectively 4Q15 was crap, 1Q16 will be crap and in a perfect world 2Q16 returns to normal.
Names today: CHG, COM7, CPN, DRT, EFORL, JTS, KC, KTC, MC, NYT, PLANB, PTT, PYLON, SLP, SMT, TCMC, TPAC
CHG expects to acquire one hospital this year. It expects 1-2 deals to be concluded next year. It expects its expansion plan to raise revenue by 18-20% this year from 2014’s Bt2.7bn. It expects net profit to grow 15% from 2014’s 480mn. Both local and foreign investors are interested in CHG shares. (Thun Hoon, 21/10/15)
Comment: Hence why CHG being viewed as a future BDMS. It does beg the question, why did management sell so many shares between 11-12 baht (pre stock split)
COM7 expects to benefit from launch of iPhone 6S. It expects this to increase sales and net profit in 4Q15. It expects 3Q15 earnings of Bt59mn. It expects 2015 net profit of Bt271mn (+29%). (Khao Hoon, 21/10/15)
Comment: As commented yesterday, buy on the Iphone releases (we call this funnymentals)
CPN expects 2015 revenue to grow 10%. It plans to open CentralFestival Eastville valued at Bt6bn on Nov 27. It has budgeted Bt300mn for a marketing campaign to boost sales in 4Q15. (Khao Hoon, 21/10/15)
DRT expects 2015 net profit to be better than last year. It targets 2016 revenue growth of 5%. It expects government stimulus to lift sales in 4Q15. It plans to increase capacity. (Thun Hoon, 21/10/15)
CHO expects to sign NGV bus contract, worth Bt1.735mn in mid-October. It expects to bid for more electric bus projects. It maintains 2015 revenue growth of 10% with Bt600bn backlog. (Khao Hoon, 28/09/15)
Comment: Again wonderfully positioned to benefit from this NGV bus , BUT post these sales earnings will decline to what they normally are.
CK says it is ready for upcoming mega projects valued at Bt200bn which is expected to be approved by the cabinet soon. It expects the M&A between BECL and BMCL to be done after the PPP Act has been approved. (Thun Hoon, 28/09/15)
Comment: Every contractor is loving these mega projects and in reality there isn’t a capacity constraint.
EGCO expects 2H5 earnings to be better than 1H15. It expects 2015 net profit to be close to 2014’s Bt7.7bn. It plans to construct more 6-7 projects, 1,700MW in capacity from the existing 3,700MW. It targets capacity of 5,000MW in 2019. (Khao Hoon, 28/06/15)
EFORL expects 2H15 to turn around on the back of large orders, decreasing cost, and extra gain from selling WCIH shares. It expects 2015 net profit of Bt255mn. (Khao Hoon, 28/09/15)
BJCHI expects 2Q15 earnings to be better than 1Q15 benefitting from FX gain. It expects 2H15 earnings to increase aided by backlog from Petrobras, worth Bt1.3bn and new projects from TUPI BV, valued at Bt5.4bn. It expects 2H15 net profit of Bt800mn. (ASTV, 20/07/15)
Comment: We do wonder aloud, weakening thb, which other export based or sectors/companies that rely upon Thailand being cheap for labour will benefit in the continued weakening of the THB? The same question of course goes for every other country in the region.
CENTEL expects to benefit from the baht depreciation as it will lead to an increase in tourists. Its average occupancy rate is 80% in 1H15 which is higher than 1H14. (Thun Hoon, 10/07/15)
CPALL expects 2015 revenue to grow 11-12%. It expects water sales to grow 15% as people buy more water because of the drought. (Khao Hoon, 10/07/15)
Comment: Who else could in benefit from this? CPALL I’m finding interesting now because it looks like they will sell off part of their makro stake, to pay down their debt
CWT plans to set a Bt250mn plant in Cambodia for exports, expects this to start up in mid-2016. It targets 1mn capacity in 2019. (Khao Hoon, 10/07/15)