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PBT (RM,000)Net Profit
EPS (Cent)Dividend
18 Feb 202031 Mar 2020331 Dec 201946,2623,7473,6091.550.000.860 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
21 Nov 201931 Mar 2020230 Sep 201941,0311,5941,3240.570.000.840 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
23 Aug 201931 Mar 2020130 Jun 201948,3155,1174,5861.970.000.830 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
02 Jul 201931 Mar 2019431 Mar 201941,2612,0471,5781.120.000.810 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
22 Feb 201931 Mar 2019331 Dec 201841,7761,8611,3721.180.001.270 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
15 Nov 201831 Mar 2019230 Sep 201835,5491,2519330.800.001.260 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
28 Aug 201831 Mar 2019130 Jun 201839,7132,0321,4531.250.001.260 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
31 May 201831 Mar 2018431 Mar 201835,802-14,489-14,408-17.840.001.240 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
14 Feb 201831 Mar 2018331 Dec 201735,547-4,051-4,507-5.700.001.660 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
24 Nov 201731 Mar 2018230 Sep 201735,060-1,986-2,101-2.660.001.720 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
28 Aug 201731 Mar 2018130 Jun 201744,1792,5281,8202.300.001.740 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
29 May 201731 Mar 2017431 Mar 201750,332-35,241-23,669-29.920.001.720 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History

Entitlement TypeDividend
23 Jul 201531 Mar 201518 Sep 201522 Sep 201513 Oct 2015Final Dividend0.00000.50 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
24 Jul 201431 Mar 201418 Sep 201422 Sep 201417 Oct 2014Final Dividend0.00005.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
27 Aug 201331 Mar 201325 Sep 201327 Sep 201324 Oct 2013Final Dividend0.00005.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
29 Aug 201231 Mar 201226 Sep 201228 Sep 201225 Oct 2012Final Dividend0.00005.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
21 Nov 201130 Jun 201128 Dec 201130 Dec 201113 Jan 2012Final Dividend0.00005.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
29 Nov 201030 Jun 201009 Feb 201111 Feb 201101 Mar 2011Final Dividend0.000010.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend

TypeRatioRight Issue
28 Nov 201810 Dec 201812 Dec 201824 Dec 2018Rights Issue1 : 10.350 Malaysia Stock -  Bonus/Rights Issue

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16 Jul 2012, 10:42 AMPost #1
Hing Yiap’s fashion statement

IT would appear that the market is positively pricing in Hing Yiap Group Bhd's proposed acquisition of a variety of brands, which include Anakku, Audrey and Mickey Junior.

Since its announcement on July 11, Hing Yiap's share price had jumped more than 50 sen to RM2.10 as of Friday.

Garments manufacturer Hing Yiap has proposed to acquire six subsidiaries of Asia Brands Corp Bhd (ABCB) for RM245mil in cash and shares. The subsidiaries are involved in clothing for babies, children and women.

The subsidiaries to be acquired were Anakku Sdn Bhd, Audrey Sdn Bhd, Mickey Junior Sdn Bhd, Asia Brands Global Sdn Bhd, Asia Brands Assets Management Sdn Bhd and Asia Brands HR Services Sdn Bhd, it said in an exchange filing on Thursday.

“On the surface, it is definitely positive as it will widen Hing Yiap's product portfolio and market reach. Anakku is generally a well perceived and well known brand in the market. Now, Hing Yiap is getting an immediate foothold in the babies market,” said one consumer analyst.

Another analyst said the acquisitions of Anakku and Audrey were in line with Hing Yiap's direction of supplying to the mass market.

“Growth in Hing Yiap hasn't been fantastic but it has been steady. With Anakku, the number one babies apparel brand, there might be an acceleration in its earnings moving forward,” said the analyst.

The acquisition would be paid for in RM179.3mil cash and the balance RM65.7mil in 30.14 million new ordinary shares of RM1 each in Hing Yiap at an issue price of RM2.18 per share, the company said.

According to Hing Yiap's announcement, Anakku's positioning in the baby apparel market is similar to Baby Kiko and Baby Poney in Malaysia. These brands target the mass market with a lower price range when compared with the premium brands.

Luxury brands such as Pumpkin Patch, Baby Gap, and Carter's target consumers of higher income with its premium branding and prices.

Anakku is the leading baby apparel brand in Malaysia, both in terms of revenue and number of points-of-sale in Malaysia, in 2010. Anakku Sdn Bhd recorded revenue of RM120.04mil for its financial year (FY) ended 2010, and RM122.99mil for FY 2011.

Compared with its industry peers' performances in FY10, the company commands about a 28% of the total market share for baby apparel in Malaysia, and 19% of the points-of-sale in this sector.

Meanwhile, Audrey's positioning in the women's lingerie market is also towards the mass market.

According to Bursa's announcement, Audrey Sdn Bhd reported revenue of RM64.66mil for FY10 and RM83.58mil for FY11.

Based on 2010 figures, the company commands a market size of 12.9% of the women's lingerie sector in Malaysia.

In terms of revenue for lingerie products, Audrey is ranked second after Body Fashion (M) Sdn Bhd, the company that distributes and retails the Triumph brand.

In terms of points-of-sale, Audrey leads the industry sector, with almost 21.0% market share. It is ranked second in terms of revenue and first in terms of points-of-sales,

Hing Yiap's operations cover textile manufacturing, garment making, wholesaling, retailing, distributorship, franchising and sub-licensing within a synergistic group of complementary businesses.

It manufactures and markets its own apparel house brands as well as international labels such as Antioni (sports-inspired fashion), Bontton (casual wear), Diesel (street fashion), B.U.M. Equipment (American lifestyle fashion), Unionbay (sporty denim label). In addition, there is BUMCITY, a specialty lifestyle chain-store targeting teenagers and young adults.

According to its website, the company manufactures about 750,000kg of fabric a year and about 3.5 million pieces of garment per annum using state-of-the-art equipment imported from Germany and Japan.

The marketing company on the other hand sells about seven million pieces of apparel a year, in its own label as well as international labels in Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei.

For its third quarter ended March 31, the company recorded a 2.6 times jump in net profit to RM2.54mil from RM918,000 previously.

For the nine-month period, net profit was up 8.23% to RM14.37mil on the back of a 5.97% decrease in revenue to RM105.26mil. The company has RM24.89mil in cash for the period under review.

The company's net asset per share improved to RM2.70 from RM2.39 previously.

The company's earnings have been growing over the last five years. From a net profit of RM4.52mil for its financial year (FY) ended June 30, 2007, this has increased to RM13.45mil as of FY11 or a compounded annual growth rate of some 24%.

When the company announced its results earlier this year, it had reduced inventory levels to RM52.9mil from RM78.3mil and this has resulted in an increased cash balance of RM26.6mil as compared to cash balance of RM700,000 in the preceding year.

“Further initiatives will be carried out to improve inventory levels and to enhance cost optimization. There will also be more branding activities planned this year to improve top line performance,” said Hing Yiap.
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18 Jul 2012, 01:24 PMPost #2
OMG... What a crazy stock. Went up more than RM1.00 in 2 weeks. Hingyap was my first success long term stock, but i sold it because of the Take Over event. cry

yeah doh drool lol mad notworthy question rant rolleyes sad shutup shy smile star sweat thumbup wub cry

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