AAV AAV, the country’s largest low-cost airline, ranked eighth of all no-frills carriers in the world with 81% of flights departing or arriving on time, according to the Punctuality League Rankings assessed by AOG Aviation Worldwide. Thai AirAsia’s ranking jumped from 19th last year. (Bangkok Post, 7/1/19) ASAP ASAP is dealing with commercial banks to […]

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CBG CBG struggles to control costs. It cut expenses in subsidiary ICUK. It is focusing on increasing revenue in the Australian market with minimum sales of Bt100mn. As for market strategy in Thailand, it is focusing on marketing through “Cash Van” and “cheer ladies”. It expects this strategy will grow its sales by 10% next […]

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ASAP ASAP insists that it will not increase capital, even though D/E ratio is high. The jump in interest expense pushed share price down, but it said this is the nature of a leasing company. It says customers trust it and banks provide support. It is studying the issue of debentures of a minimum of […]

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BAY BAY doubles capacity for mobile banking transactions. Bank of Ayudhya (BAY), the country’s fifthlargest commercial bank by assets, has doubled its mobile banking transaction capacity to keep pace with booming online volume and to comply with Thai Bankers’ Association (TBA) measures to prevent a future system crash. (Bangkok Post, 29/10/18) COM7 COM7 expects 4Q18 […]

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AOT AOT is considering to postponing the bidding for duty free originally planned for September as the construction of Suvarnabhumi phase 2 has been delayed since it must wait for an Administrative Court ruling, the Permanent Secretary of the Treasury said. (Thun Hoon, 10/9/18) Comment: Oh that’s just ridiculous! The Duty free business is worth […]

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ASEFA ASEFA expected 2H18 results to be good supported by high season. It targets 2018 revenue growth of 10-15%. It is working with a partner to set up a subsidiary “Smart Grid International” to increase revenue. It continues to reduce energy cost. (Thun Hoon, 8/8/18) COM7 The Taiwan manufacturer of iPhone chips A11&A12 was hit […]

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BA BA is partnering with three groups to submit a bid to operate the duty-free zone in Suvarnabhumi Airport, competing with King Power. The result of the auction is expected to be announced within the next three months. Management guided that 2Q18 earnings will improve YoY on higher traffic growth. It expects 2018 revenue growth […]

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COM7 COM7 expects 2Q18 profit growth of 44% to Bt182mn backed by growing revenue from all products, especially iPhone. It plans to open an online market in July and expand its franchise to lift 2H18 revenue. (Kao Hoon, 4/7/18) GUNKUL GUNKUL was awarded CPF’s Bt1.4bn solar rooftop and power distribution project. This will be the […]

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ALT ALT is cooperating with Itron France SAS and has signed a contract for the development of a power network in Pattaya from PEA worth Bt715mn. (Kao Hoon, 14/6/18) APCS APCS expects to sign new projects worth Bt1bn, raising its backlog to Bt3.5bn. It plans to focus more on the construction of power plants and […]

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AAV AAV targets a load factor of 87% this year, backed by growing Thai tourism. Average fare increased 6% in 1Q18 and the company plans to raise fares to cover rising jet fuel prices. It is expanding its network to India and ASEAN. (Thun Hoon, 5/6/18) BCPG BCPG will recognize around Bt3.0bn gain on sale […]

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