ASAP ASAP says local funds are interested in investing in its company. Management plans to ask the board to approve a budget for fleet expansion, supporting the growth in car rental demand. It expects revenue growth of 25% this year. (Thun Hoon, 24/7/18) Comment: Still the same target as set out 2 years ago. Only […]

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AOT Ministry of Transport has given AOT one month to finalize the project to manage four airports to be transferred from the Department of Airports. The proposal will then be sent to the cabinet for approval. If the project is approved, the transfer of operations of these airports to AOT will be completed within one […]

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Notable Transactions Buy(s) THB 377.5 mn KAMART – A rare massive buy from a director/family member EA – He still believes in his own “gigafactory” RAM – Must be a share swap given the lack of liquidity in this name CCET – The Vice Chairman buys ASAP – A director thinks there’s value here too […]

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ASAP ASAP expects an acceleration in its revenue in 2Q18 as a result of a rise in car rental customers. It targets 2018 revenue growth of 25% YoY. (Thun Hoon, 7/7/18) Comment: Another stock that has had a mini crash. Love the management style and their ability to grow esp vs their competitors that are […]

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AOT Yesterday, AOT opened a new domestic terminal at Phuket Airport that will increase passenger capacity to 12.5 million/year. For its 7MFY18, the company reported passenger traffic growth of 10% YoY to 84 million. (Thun Hoon, 26/6/2018) Comment: Finally this is completed. More expansions coming for AOT ASAP ASAP expects revenue to grow 25% this […]

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APCS APCS is ready to do the pilings for a community waste management project for producing energy with mechanical-biological technology at Solid Waste Disposal Center under the management of Krungthep Thanakom worth Bt1.87bn in early May. Management expects to recognize revenue this year and next and is confident it will be awarded more jobs with […]

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AIT AIT targets 2018 revenue at Bt6bn, implying a growth of 20% from last year. It plans to join the bidding for both government and private sector projects. It says the competition in the industry is still intense this year and it will focus on high margin projects. It will join the bidding for system […]

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AMATAV AMATAV reported 2017 earnings of Bt422mn, up 585% from last year thanks to booking Bt642mn from land sales, implying growth of 81% and driving total revenue to grow 30% to Bt1.17094bn. At the same time, it cut expenses by 40%. (Khao Hoon, 14/02/18) Comment: And this should continue for vietnam over the next 3-5 […]

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Notable Transactions Buy(s) THB 86 mn ASAP – A block trade before father and daughter Sell(s) THB 155 mn ASAP – See above SUC – I still think that this is a remarkably cheap name (and that goes for the entire group), I do wonder why this director would sell when it does appear that there is […]

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TET: Please explain the history of ASAP. Privately we began as a car dealership for Nissan automobiles in 1995 and in 2004 expanded our car dealer business for Toyota Automobiles as well. As we were exploring opportunities to capture new customers, we discovered that most of new customers were looking to rent or lease vehicles […]

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