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Blog 28 May 2018, 2:01:20 PM








和候任财长林冠英有合作关系的企业家是EWEIN公司(EWEIN 7249)董事经理尤瑞庆,理想联合吉星(IDEAL 9687)大股东黄继梁,依恩奥(E&O 3417)董事经理郭德祥和先锋集团(VERTICE 7240)董事经理黄桂华等人,都会成为股市红人。


先锋集团(VERTICE 7240) 涨:26仙 收市价:RM1.09
EWEIN集团(EWEIN 7249)涨:26.5 仙 收市价:RM0.655
理想联合吉星(IDEAL 9687) 涨 13.5仙 收市价:RM0.725
依恩奥(E&O 3417) 涨:9仙 收市价:RM1.48
东益电子(GTRONIC 7022)涨:47 仙 收市价:RM4.87
伟特机构(VITROX 0097) 涨:RM1.50 收市价:RM5.45
腾达科技(PENTA 7160) 涨:34仙 收市价:RM2.41
ELSOFT科技(ELSOFT 0090)涨:2仙 收市价:RM2.47



曹观友今日也表明槟城南部的填海计划不停止,因此,依恩奥(E&O 3417) 在丹绒武雅一带的填海工程会继续推动,这将是公司未来盈利来源。

黄继梁被称为槟城公寓大王,他掌控的理想联合吉星(IDEAL 9687),在林冠英出任财长後,也成为注目焦点。






Blog 22 Feb 2018, 7:19:30 PM



Blog 03 May 2015, 5:21:16 PM
[b]Ho Hup's Bukit Jalil Play[/b]

Developer to build on mixed development project’s success

PETALING JAYA: Small cap construction and property developer Ho Hup Construction Company Bhd will leverage on its Bukit Jalil mixed integrated development of 7.2 acres where sales so far on its first five acres have been a success.

Known as Aurora Place, the five-acre plot comprises shop offices, retail floors and SoVo (small offices, versatile offices). It will retain its 18-storey office block for recurring income. The project is fully sold.

Chief executive officer Derek Wong Kit-Leong said the company would launch projects on its second parcel next year. Ho Hup has about 10 acres on a gross level and about 7 acres after making adjustments for infrastructure with a combined gross development value (GDV) estimated at more than RM1bil.

Its 10 acres is part of the 60 acres held by its subsidiary Bukit Jalil Development Sdn Bhd (BJD).

The other 50 acres would be developed under a joint development agreement between BJD and Pioneer Haven Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Malton Bhd.

Wong said going forward, the success of Aurora Place and its joint development with Malton would help build up its cash position. Ho Hup would be entitled to 18% of the GDV ranging from RM4bil to RM4.5bil for the 50-acre project.

The company has been building up its revenue and profit the last couple of years under Wong’s leadership.

The company officially made an exit from its PN17 status - which denotes distressed companies - last year. It was under PN17 status since 2008.

Moving forward, Wong describes the company as being in a fairly comfortable position and was voted as the top five among 30 small cap jewels in 2015 by RHB Investment Bank.

“We are basically leveraging from the money which is going to come in from the 50 plus 10 acres, which is between RM90mil and RM100mil annually for the next seven to eight years,” said Wong.

He said the company plans to put aside between RM300mil and RM400mil for the next two years to increase its land bank in the Klang Valley, Penang and Kota Kinabalu in Sabah. It is interested to build more hybrid development the likes of Aurora Place.

Wong said the company would like to increase its after tax profit of about RM65mil last year by between 20% and 25% a year.

Ho Hup has two core businesses, property development and construction with property development contributing 80% to profit and the remaining 20% from construction although on a revenue level, contribution from both are about equal.

The company has unbilled sales of about RM576.9mil, of which RM275.4mil are from its Bukit Jalil development and the remaining RM301.5mil from its construction projects.

Aurora Place has been fully taken up with unbilled sales of RM275.4mil as at the end of Febuary 2015.

It would retain an 18-storey office block for recurring income.

STOCK: QL (7084)

Blog 03 May 2015, 5:12:11 PM
[b]QL to take up stake in Sunsuria[/b]

PETALING JAYA: Agri-food and poultry giant QL Resources Bhd is poised to emerge as a substiantial shareholder in property developer Sunsuria Bhd, which is embarking on the Xiamen University Malaysia Campus property development project in Sepang, said sources.

The company is believed to have purchased a stake of at least 5% in Sunsuria, which inched up 11 sen to close at RM2.05 per share last Friday,

This is likely QL Resources’ second investment in a public-listed company. It has a 41.48% stake in biomass boiler manufacturing group Boilermech Holdings Bhd.

“The owners of QL Resources know Ter (Sunsuria’s major shareholder Datuk Ter Leong Yap) and have confidence in his ability to deliver on the property projects,” said the source.

Sunsuria’s share price has been rising recently. Over the last two weeks, the stock was only trading at RM1.50 level and on a year-to-date basis, the stock is up 56.49%.

Sunsuria was formerly known as Malaysian Aica Bhd (Maica).

Sunsuria’s backdoor listing was a result of Ter serving a notice of a mandatory general offer to Maica’s largest shareholder Tan Sri Robert Tan Hua Choon last year.

Following a corporate exercise, Ter became a major shareholder with a 50.12% of the company. Its principal activity was also changed from a wooden and fire rated door-maker to property development.

Since the change in business, Sunsuria’s earnings have been improving. For the nine months to Dec 31, 2015, Sunsuria’s net profit was up 138.54% to RM3mil on the back of a 271.93% increase in revenue to RM56.03mil.

Two major developments took place in Sunsuria recently. In March, Ter announced that he was injecting his private property assets of over 440 acres worth RM350mil and which comes with a gross development value (GDV) of RM11bil into Sunsuria.

Out of the proceeds, Ter will be reinvesting some to subscribe for 102.04 million new shares in Sunsuria at an issue price of 98 sen, which will increase his stake to some 58% from 51.12% currently. (98 sen is the theoretical ex-rights price of Sunsuria shares).

Ter is mainly injecting shares of his private property companies which already own existing property development projects with a GDV of RM11bil into Sunsuria.

They are located in Johor, Shah Alam and Salak Tinggi in Kuala Lumpur.

Then two weeks ago, Sunsuria proposed to acquire the remaining 50% in a property development company that is developing 331 acres surrounding the upcoming Xiamen University Malaysia Campus in Sepang.

Sunsuria is buying the property from Sime Darby Property, for RM173.4mil. The transaction values the land at RM41 per sq ft.

The development company, Sime Darby Sunsuria Development Sdn Bhd, was incorporated as a 50:50 joint venture between Sime Darby Property and Sunsuria Gateway Sdn Bhd to undertake a property development on the 331 acres of freehold land known as Suria Serenia.

QL’s third-quarter net profit to Dec 31, 2014 rose 24.67% to RM55.62mil on the back of a 10.09% increase in revenue to RM732.82mil.

QL Resources was thrust in the spotlight over the last few months, notably for its shareholder tussle with Lay Hong Bhd

QL’s takeover bid of fellow poultry player Lay Hong Bhd failed. Since then, Lay Hong has proposed a 15% share placement which will reduce QL’s current 38% stake in the company.

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STOCK: MMAG (0034)

Blog 03 May 2015, 5:09:08 PM
[b]Ingenco stirs interest on entry of new shareholder[/b]

THE entry of a new shareholder and a management shake-up has stirred interest in information technology firm Ingenuity Consolidated Bhd (Ingenco).

For starters, filings with Bursa Malaysia yesterday showed that Wong Eng Su, GD Express Carrier Bhd’s (GDEx) former chief operating officer, has been appointed as Ingenco’s new managing director (MD).

Wong emerged in Ingenco on March 23. He had resigned from the express carrier earlier this month after 14 years of service to “pursue other personal interests”.

Wong bought 9.22% from Ingenco’s former MD and shareholder Chin Boon Long, who resigned in February due to “health reasons and other personal commitments”. With this transaction, Chin and his wife, Chan Swee Ying, are no longer substantial shareholders of Ingenco.

The second key appointment in Ingenco was made a month ago.

Jeff Chong, Maxis’ former vice-president of Mobility Products and International Service, has been appointed as Ingenco’s new chief executive officer (CEO). He left Maxis in July 2013.

Then, on Thursday afternoon Ingenco director Lim Boon Hong sold 20 million Ingenco shares or 2.1% of the company’s paid-up capital for 17 sen each in an off-market transaction.

More mind-boggling, though, is the fact that the transaction price is almost a 100% premium over Ingenco’s market price of nine sen.

One cannot help but wonder what is going on in Ingenco.

It certainly triggers a sense of déjà vu.

Recall that three years ago, Ingenco’s Chin was under the spotlight when little-known Ninetology Marketing Sdn Bhd offered to buy 35% of Ingenco shares for 55 sen each. The offer was made to four Ingenco shareholders, including Chin. Back then, Chin held 29% of Ingenco shares.

Ninetology was Ingenco’s business partner.

Despite the unbelievable offer of 55 sen per share, Chin refused the offer, which would have made him RM90mil. Chin’s rejection caused the offer to fall through, as did the stock price.

Ninetology’s offer caused Ingenco’s stock price to surge to a multi-year high of 51 sen, when just a few months prior to that, it was hovering at the 10-sen level.

Ingenco closed at nine sen yesterday and was the most actively traded counter of the day.

The question remains as to what is Wong’s plan in taking up a stake in Ingenco? Also, it remains to be seen if he would emerge as the largest shareholder of the company.

The 44-year-old joined GDEx as a sales executive 15 years ago and was appointed director in 2013. In GDEx, he was in charge of the express carrier’s business operations.

While the purchase price of his 9.22% stake is unknown, assuming it was done at a market price of nine sen, this would translate to roughly RM7.9mil. That is a lot of money going into a loss-making entity. It is also presently unknown whether Wong is the buyer of the additional 2.1% from the off-market transaction.

When contacted by StarBizWeek, Wong said that he was unable to comment at the moment.

“I am now in a transition period. However, my official resignation from GDEx has been announced. My new endeavour is based on my personal interest,” he said.

Nonetheless, it is very likely that Wong’s presence would be in line with Ingenco’s plans to tap into the e-commerce services and courier business, something Chin had previously highlighted in 2013.

Chong, the new CEO of Ingenco, says that he joined Ingenco because he sees more opportunities than downside.

“In the telecommunications sector, there is a gap between the needs of the telco operators and the supporting companies. Right now, we want Ingenco to be that value-adding company for the telco operators.”

He added that broadly, Ingenco would focus on its Third Party Logistics (3PL) and Fourth Party Logistics segment for telco operators.

“This is something Ingenco can do because we already have the system and processes. Through this, we will be able to go for the big bidding exercises with the telco operators,” said Chong, who has been in the telco sector for close to two decades. He was with Maxis for more than 7½ years and DiGi for 10.

He explains that for the moment, the company would be growing organically.

While it would maintain its traditional distribution business, its new pillars would include its e-commerce platform, a focus on supply chain management, as well as being the fulfilment arm for telecommunications operators.

“Distribution is transactional revenue, and we know that is not sustainable. However, when we are involved in supply chain management, we get to generate recurring income. That is what we are looking to achieve for Ingenco,” says Chong.

Ingenco is an investment holding company involved in four core businesses, namely, business software solutions, systems integration and services, ICT hardware and software distribution and services, and telecommunications products and distribution services.

For the third quarter ended Dec 31, 2014, Ingenco made a profit of RM256,000 on the back of RM99.3mil in revenue.

Its net assets per share for the period was 10.24 sen.

In the first nine months, it made losses of RM13.4mil and a revenue of RM288.59mil. The company currently has cash of RM9.6mil. It has short-term borrowings of RM9.6mil and long-term borrowings of RM7.59mil.


STOCK: MMAG (0034)

Blog 03 May 2015, 5:08:09 PM
[b]New shareholder for Ingenco[/b]

PETALING JAYA: A new shareholder has emerged in ACE market-listed Ingenuity Consolidated Bhd (Ingenco) and he is said to take over as the company’s new managing director.

GD Express Carrier Bhd’s (GDEx) chief operating officer Wong Eng Su bought a 9.22% stake from Ingenco’s former managing director Chin Boon Long last Friday.

Chin and his wife, Chan Swee Ying, are no longer substantial shareholders of Ingenco after they sold off their shares in a private vehicle, Firstwide Success Sdn Bhd, to Wong.

Chin, 47, resigned as the technology company’s managing director due to “health reason and other personal commitments” on Feb 13.

Sources said Wong would be succeeding Chin.

Based on Ingenco’s website, the company provides business software solutions, system integration and services to its clients.

Its clients come from various sectors like services, manufacturing, telecommunications, retail, hospitality and automotive.

The new shareholder, 44-year-old Wong, joined GDEx as sales executive 15 years ago and was appointed a director in 2013. Currently, he takes charge of the express carrier’s business operations.

On the other hand, Chin started his career in the information and communications technology field 20 years ago. Subsequently, he bought into a private company that became one of the authorised dealers of Acer desktops in the country.

Chin also used to be a board member of another technology firm 1 Utopia Bhd.

Interestingly, he resigned from 1 Utopia on the same day he announced his resignation at Ingenco for personal health reason.

Before selling the stake, Chin and his wife were the biggest shareholders in Ingenco.

Chin was under the spotlight three years ago when little-known Ninetology Marketing Sdn Bhd offered to buy 39% of Ingenco shares for 55 sen each. The offer was made to four Ingenco shareholders including Chin.

Back then, Chin held 29% of Ingenco shares and turned down Ninetology’s offer, which represented a huge premium over its market price.

Two weeks ago, the company requested for a further extension for its proposal to place out up to 10% of its issued and paid-up capital.

The private placement was announced last July and the company sought further extension from March 19 until April 18 to complete the exercise. For the third quarter ended Dec 31, 2014, Ingenco made a profit of RM256,000 on the back of RM99.3mil revenue.

Its net assets per share for the period was 10.24 sen.

In the first nine months, it made losses of RM13.4mil and revenue of RM288.59mil.

Ingenco closed 0.5 sen higher at 8.5 sen with a turnover of 19 million shares.

Year-to-date, the stock has climbed 54%, giving it a market cap of RM81.07mil.


STOCK: MMAG (0034)

Blog 03 May 2015, 5:07:18 PM
[b]Ingenco director sells shares for 17 sen[/b]

PETALING JAYA: Information technology firm Ingenuity Consolidated Bhd’s (Ingenco) director Lim Boon Hong has sold 20 million Ingenco shares for 17 sen each in an off-market transaction.

The shares represented 2.1% of the company’s outstanding shares. The transaction price is a 100% premium over Ingenco’s market price of 8.5 sen.

GD Express Carrier Bhd’s (GDEx) former chief operating officer Wong Eng Su had emerged in Ingenco on March 23. He resigned from the express carrier on Tuesday after 14 years of service to “pursue other personal interests”. Sources told StarBiz that Wong would take over as Ingenco’s new managing director. Wong had bought 9.22% from Ingenco’s former MD and shareholder Chin Boon Long, who resigned in February.

Separately, GDEx said its MD Teong Teck Lean would oversee the express carrier’s operations with its senior management team.


STOCK: QL (7084)

Blog 26 Apr 2015, 12:05:19 PM
[b]QL Resources Berhad 7084 - Long term value investment[/b]


STOCK: QL (7084)

Blog 26 Apr 2015, 12:04:12 PM
[b]谢松坤从熟悉行业起家 全利资源年增20%[/b]



Blog 26 Apr 2015, 12:02:38 PM



Blog 26 Apr 2015, 12:00:50 PM


STOCK: CBIP (7076)

Blog 25 Apr 2015, 3:59:58 PM
[b]CBIP shows why it is a leader in extracting oil from the palm fruit[/b]

THE plantation industry is all about economies of scale and in the palm oil milling process, every drop of oil to be squeezed from the palm fruit counts.

A key measure of palm oil milling efficiency is how much oil it can extract from a fruit bunch. The higher the extraction rate, the more money the mill can make, assuming that it can keep production cost down.

To improve their milling process, big plantation companies like Sime Darby Bhd, United Plantations Bhd and PT Astra Agro Lestari have turned to specialist CB Industrial Product Holdings Bhd (CBIP), for the company’s Modipalm mill.

“We are building on average one mill per month at our plant here,’’ CBIP managing director Lim Chai Beng tells StarBizWeek.

“All the prefabrication work for the Modipalm mill, the parts needed for the mill, are all done here. The mill can be shipped and assembled anywhere in the world,’’ he says.

Last week, CBIP secured its 100th Modipalm mill order from a client in Indonesia. Lim says the company has a healthy pipeline of new orders coming in from local planters and Indonesian clients.

The recent RM25.5mil mill contract lifted the group’s order book for the year to RM106.6mil. Analysts expects the group to secure around RM300mil worth of new orders this year.

“The latest job listed CBIP’s total outstanding order book to above RM500mil, which means earnings visibility until the fourth quarter of 2015 for its palm oil mill equipment division,’’ Kenanga Research says.

The palm oil engineering business generated about RM400mil in sales last year and commands a healthy margin of 22%, according to Kenanga.

But the expiry of the pioneer tax status for its Modipalm continuous sterilisation process this year would dent net profit contribution from the division, analysts say.

To boost sales and profits, Lim says the company is focusing on new milling technology, particularly on waste and effluent management for its Modipalm mill.

“Over the past decade or so, we have made a lot of refinement and enhancement to the Modipalm continuous sterilisation system, resulting in cleaner, more reliable and efficient mill,” Lim says.

CBIP had been selling Modipalm mills since 2003.

To overcome an initial issues of chain breakages at its continuous steriliser mechanism, the company has come up with double deck system and strengthened the links from 20 tonnes to 50 tonnes.

This increases the service factor by 150%, Lim said, while chain durability is now expected to last five years.

Even the layout of the Modipalm mill was changed to comply with the new safety and environmental regulations.

“Our new mills are designed and built to same standard in the food processing industry,’’ Lim says.

And key players in the industry are taking note of the progress.

Earlier this month, the company secured a RM49.8mil contract from United Plantations Bhd to design and build a mill with a processing capacity of 60 tonnes of fresh fruit bunches an hour.

Apart from building new mills, Lim says the company is seeing rising demand from plantation owners to convert and upgrade their older mills.

He cites key advantages of the Modipalm mill system over conventional mills; higher oil extraction yield, lower operating and maintenace cost, and higher safety standards.

Lim claims that Modiplam mill owners could save as much as RM1mil a year compared with a similar sized conventional mill from lower labour cost and maintenance alone.

Over the past ten years, Modipalm mills have gained international recognition and are currently operating in countries around the region, to as far as Central America, Africa and Papua New Guinea.

There are more than 40 Modipalm mills in Malaysia, which is about 15% of the total number of palm oil processing mills in the country.

CBIP made a net profit of RM92.7mil on revenue of RM565.4mil for the financial year ended Dec 31, 2014.

The company, however, is facing a tougher year ahead due to the weak CPO selling prices and a higher effective tax rate following the expiry of its pioneer status.

Kenanga Research estimates that earnings in financial year 2015 to contract to RM84mil (15.9 sen a share), before recovering to RM105mil (19.9 sen a share) in financial year 2016.

Shares in CBIP was last traded at RM2.07 yesterday.

The stock was able to command a higher valuation compared with peers because of its orderbook-based earnings, Kenanga says. The downside risk, however, is the unpredictable nature of the group’s retrofitting and maintenance of special vehicles division.


CBIP, through a subsidary, supplies ambulances and fire fighting vehicle to the Government. Last year, the division generated some RM150mil in revenue, down from about RM250mil in financial year 2013.

The unit, AVP Engineering (M) Sdn Bhd, supplies about 200 units of vehicles to the Health Ministry a year.

CBIP also has its own palm oil plantation business.

In Indonesia, the group has 70,000 ha of greenfield project in Kalimantan Tengah. So far, more than 6,000 ha had been planted, but the plantation has yet to make significant contribution to the group.

“We continue to plant aggressively in Kalimantan Tengah and expect contribution to commence in 2016,” Lim says.

Apart from its Indonesian venture, CBIP is also in a joint venture with Tradewind Plantations with a total planted area of 20,000 ha in Sarawak.

Lim says the company is considering exiting from the joint venture to focus on its own greenfield project in Indonesia.

Indonesia, the world’s biggest crude palm oil (CPO) producer, reported an output of 33.5 million tonnes in 2014. The figure is projected to increase to 40 million tonnes in 2020.

Malaysia produces 19.7 million tonnes of CPO last year.

Analysts said rising CPO production worldwide is putting the lid of prices despite growing global demand for edible oil.

CPO futures contract prices on Bursa Derivatives, the global benchmark for the product, had fallen 18% over the past one year to settle at RM2,170 a tonne yesterday.

Like its plantation peers, shares in CBIP had been hit by the falling prices of CPO.

Lim, however, is optimistic that demand for the Modipalm mills will anchor the group’s performance in the coming years.

“We are targeting to increase our local market share from 15% to 25% in the near term,’’ he says.

Growth, he says, would come from commissioning of new plants as well as conversion jobs at older mills.

Indonesia will be another key market as expanding plantation land fuels demand for new mills.



Blog 25 Apr 2015, 1:49:29 PM
[b]Boilermech to commercialise CSIRO's oil extraction technology[/b]

KUALA LUMPUR (April 21): Boilermech Holdings Bhd has inked a deal with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Australia (CSIRO), to commercialise the latter's patented oil extraction technology.

In a filing with Bursa Malaysia, Boilermech said its wholly-owned unit Boilermech Oretech Sdn Bhd (BOSB) has entered into a commercialisation agreement with CSIRO today, for the commercialisation by BOSB of certain CSIRO patents, patent applications and know-how in oil extraction efficiency.

In return for the technology transfer, an undisclosed fee will be paid to CSIRO, said Boilermech (fundamental: 2.3; valuation: 1.5).

Boilermech said it shall assume responsibility for BOSB, if the latter fails to fulfil the obligations under the agreement according to a parent company deed which the former signed on even date with CSIRO and BOSB.

It said the term of the agreement will last for 15 years starting today, unless terminated earlier in accordance with the said agreement.

The boiler manufacturer said the technology transfer will provide an opportunity to make further inroads into the biomass renewable energy sector, and hence broaden its scope of business activities and enhance its profitability.

“While the technology is new, the directors are of the opinion that it will enhance the future prospects of the group,” it added.

Boilermech shares ended unchanged at RM1.56 today, giving it a market capitalisation of RM799.8 million.


Blog 25 Apr 2015, 1:48:56 PM
[b]商业化澳榨油技术 保绿美进军再生能源[/b]



STOCK: CBIP (7076)

Blog 25 Apr 2015, 1:46:52 PM

Latest Share Buy Back: 30,000 units
Cumulative net outstanding treasury shares as at to-date: 7,268,527 units

STOCK: MMAG (0034)

Blog 25 Apr 2015, 1:40:10 PM
[b]灵通综合大股东黄英肃 辞吉运速递执行董事[/b]

今年44岁的黄英肃,是Firstwide Success私人有限公司的大股东,通过后者持有灵通综合的9.22%股权。

STOCK: MMAG (0034)

Blog 25 Apr 2015, 1:39:39 PM
[b]Former GDEX COO Wong now Ingenco's MD[/b]

KUALA LUMPUR (Apr 3): Ingenuity Consolidated Bhd (Ingenco) today announced that Wong Eng Su, former GD Express Carrier Bhd (GDEX) ( Financial Dashboard) executive director cum chief operating officer (COO), is now its new managing director (MD).

According to Ingenco’s filing with Bursa Malaysia, the appointment is effective today. The position was left vacant after previous MD Chin Boon Long resigned on Feb 13, 2015, due to "health reason and other personal commitments".

Rumours emerged that Wong would be taking over the helm at Ingenco after he bought over Chin’s entire equity interest in Firstwide Success Sdn Bhd last Thursday (Mar 26), an outfit that owns 9.22% stake in Ingenco.

Wong had subsequently resigned both of his position as GDEX executive director and COO on Apr 1, according to GDEX’s statement to the local exchange today.

Consequently, current GDEX MD cum chief executive officer Teong Teck Lean will assume Wong’s previous role in this interim period.

Ingenco rose half sen or 5.88% to 9 sen today; it is the most traded counter today, having 138.8 million shares done. Its current price gives it a market capitalisation of RM85.84 million.

GDEX on the other hand was up three sen or 1.74% at RM1.75, which gives it a market capitalisation of RM2.08 billion.

STOCK: MMAG (0034)

Blog 25 Apr 2015, 1:39:01 PM
[b]靈通綜合 連日逾億股易手[/b]




 根據早前報導,吉運速遞(GDEX,0078,主要板貿服)前任執行董事黃英蘇(譯音)在上週四(26日)通過收購Firstwide Success私人有限公司,持有靈通綜合9.22%股權成為大股東。

 另一方面,靈通綜合前董事經理陳文龍在同一天全面脫售Firstwide Success股權,不再是靈通綜合大股東。





Blog 22 Apr 2015, 6:33:33 PM

PETALING JAYA: Boilermech Holdings Bhd has entered into a 15-year agreement with Australia-based Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) for the commercialisation of the latter’s patents, patent applications and know-how.

The agreement would focus on CSIRO technology that can enhance oil extraction from oil palm fruit in return for technology transfer fee to be paid to the Australian firm.

“The technology will provide an opportunity for Boilermech group to make further inroads into the biomass renewable energy sector, thereby broadening its scope of business activities and enhancing its profitability,” Boilermech told Bursa Malaysia.


Blog 19 Apr 2015, 12:29:12 PM
[b]英莎—母凭益纳利--子贵 (冷眼style)[/b]



假如你以1令吉买进一股英莎股票的话,你除了拥有价值1令吉的益纳利股票之外,还可以拥有Hohup, SYF, Omesti的部分股权,还有Meleum集团,M&A证券。