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PBT (RM,000)Net Profit
EPS (Cent)Dividend
25 Jun 202031 Dec 2020131 Mar 202031,9845,2234,1311.240.001.060 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
27 Feb 202031 Dec 2019431 Dec 201938,7597,7176,5551.970.001.050 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
22 Nov 201931 Dec 2019330 Sep 201943,14610,6268,6582.610.001.030 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
29 Aug 201931 Dec 2019230 Jun 201935,9266,7864,6551.400.001.010 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
23 May 201931 Dec 2019131 Mar 201935,5502,5171,5220.460.001.010 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
26 Feb 201931 Dec 2018431 Dec 201835,7068,0086,7782.041.751.000 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
22 Nov 201831 Dec 2018330 Sep 201820,6201,8341,1170.340.001.000 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
23 Aug 201831 Dec 2018230 Jun 201828,4585,1563,7631.130.001.000 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
24 May 201831 Dec 2018131 Mar 201820,6325,6615,3971.630.001.000 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
28 Feb 201831 Dec 2017431 Dec 201729,3286443,5261.061.750.990 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
22 Nov 201731 Dec 2017330 Sep 201729,4578,7766,3561.910.001.180 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
25 Aug 201731 Dec 2017230 Jun 201722,4882,7471,5710.570.001.160 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History

Entitlement TypeDividend
30 Jun 202031 Dec 201927 Jul 202028 Jul 202018 Aug 2020First and Final Dividend1.20000.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
29 Apr 201931 Dec 201824 Jul 201925 Jul 201916 Aug 2019First and Final Dividend1.75000.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
27 Apr 201831 Dec 201723 Jul 201825 Jul 201816 Aug 2018First and Final Dividend1.75000.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
28 Apr 201731 Dec 201626 Jul 201728 Jul 201718 Aug 2017First and Final Dividend1.50000.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
28 Apr 201631 Dec 201521 Jul 201625 Jul 201618 Aug 2016First and Final Dividend1.50000.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
28 May 201531 Dec 201422 Jul 201524 Jul 201518 Aug 2015First and Final Dividend1.50000.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
03 Jun 201431 Dec 201323 Jul 201425 Jul 201418 Aug 2014First and Final Dividend1.50000.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
02 Jun 201131 Dec 201001 Aug 201103 Aug 201118 Aug 2011First and Final Dividend1.90000.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend

TypeRatioRight Issue
05 Oct 201717 Oct 201720 Oct 201720 Oct 2017Bonus Issue1 : 50.000 Malaysia Stock -  Bonus/Rights Issue
12 Jul 200428 Jul 200430 Jul 200430 Jul 2004Others2 : 10.000 Malaysia Stock -  Bonus/Rights Issue
16 Jan 200409 Feb 200411 Feb 200411 Feb 2004Bonus Issue1 : 10.000 Malaysia Stock -  Bonus/Rights Issue

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25 Nov 2014, 09:41 AMPost #1
HIL Industries FY14 results to be a ‘pleasant surprise’

KUALA LUMPUR: HIL Industries Bhd ( Financial Dashboard) expects its results for financial year 2014 ending December (FY14) to be a “pleasant surprise” as contribution from its property development segment kicks in from the third quarter (3Q).

Already, the group’s net profit of RM6.73 million for the first half (1H) of this year has more than doubled compared with net profit for the full FY13 of RM2.78 million.

HIL chief executive officer Milton Norman Ng Kwee Leong attributed the improved 1H net profit to the downsizing of its loss-making China operations. Its workforce was cut from 1,500 to 300.

“We will release our 3Q results this week, which will include the earnings from our property development venture. I can’t comment on the figures, but what I can say is it will be a pleasant surprise,” Kwee Leong told The Edge Financial Daily in an interview.

The group returned to the black with a net profit of RM2.78 million in FY13 from a net loss of RM3.11 million in FY12, thanks to increased sales from its automotive segment and the turnaround of its China operations as a result of a cost management exercise. Revenue for FY13 was higher at RM81.65 million from RM79.73 million in FY12.

Plastic injection moulding manufacturer HIL has had an encouraging start to its foray into property development, witnessing good take-up rates at its two maiden projects in Shah Alam, Selangor this year.

Totalling RM110 million in gross development value (GDV), Taman Kemuning Hijauan 2 features 116 units of terraced houses, while Kemuning Greenhills consists of 56 units of semi-detached homes.

“For Taman Kemuning, we have sold 107 out of our 116 units and for Kemuning Greenhills we have sold 49 out of the 56 units,” said Kwee Leong.

Plans are afoot to develop a 5-acre (2ha) piece of land in Shah Alam with a GDV of RM80 million next year.

“Another 35 acres located in Ayer Keroh, Malacca will be developed once the alignment for the high-speed rail link between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, which will pass through Ayer Keroh, is confirmed,” said Kwee Leong.

He said HIL is currently in negotiations to purchase land in Klang, Selangor, but declined to elaborate.

Property development is not entirely uncharted waters for Kwee Leong who, together with his father Datuk Ng Boon Thong @ Ng Thian Hock, sits on the board of property developer A&M Realty Bhd, which is controlled by the Ng family.

Boon Thong is chairman of both HIL and A&M, while Kwee Leong is an executive director in A&M and his brother Datuk Ambrose Leonard Ng Kwee Heng is the managing director of A&M.

However, Kwee Leong said there is no conflict of interest between the two companies, as A&M’s focus is more on higher-end property projects while HIL focuses on the medium-cost range.

Prior to its property development venture, HIL’s main revenue contributor was the plastics injection moulding business that serves three segments — auto, information technology, and electrical and electronics.

The group has two manufacturing plants in Shah Alam, one in Penang and a plant in Suzhou, China.

HIL is 65.9% owned by its two largest shareholders, Dalta Industries Sdn Bhd and Boon Thong. Its net cash position as at June 30, 2014 stood at RM101.7 million.

HIL was profiled in The Edge Research’s Stocks with Momentum column in The Edge Financial Daily on Nov 5. The item stated that the group’s appeal seems to lie in being a privatisation play, given its low free float and large cash holding. The stock was also listed one of the stocks in Tong’s Momentum Portfolio.

Kwee Leong said it is in the best interests of the group to remain listed for now. “Being a listed entity, it gives credence to our reputation and confidence to our customers.”

HIL’s share price has been trending upwards from 40.1 sen a year ago to close at 77 sen on Friday, giving it a market capitalisation of RM213 million.

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