BRR expects 70% revenue growth target this year to Bt7b on higher global price and solid growth in biomass power plant and wood pellet business. FPT sells build-to suit warehouse in logistic park Ayudhaya to Watson (TH), the 3rd distribution center at Bangpli & Khonkaen logistic center, target cod within 2Q23. NWR firms on 50% […]

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AMATA sees industrial land sales momentum accelerates in 2H, renewable power, auto parts makers, food manufactures, chem, data center & logistic among top clients, expects more to come as EV parts suppliers hv to move along with EV producers to Asean. Comment: Even this dog is going to benefit from the unexpected amount of FDI […]

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AOT is expected to gain 6.5m passenger after adding 3 airports to management (Udon Thani, Krabi and Buri Ram), translated to 5-6% profit upside, Tabloid. Comment: Thailand’s airport system is actually rather fantastic. Go fly around Europe or the US, a shambles in comparison. BAFS sees clear sign of recovery this year, sets 3,000m liter […]

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ABM signs Bt2b contract to supply eucalyptus wood chips to Chinese customer, over 12 month period, with revenue coming in from 3Q22 onward. Comment: Been a steady grower in revenue over the past 5-6 years but this isn’t shown in the bottom line. SGF plans to double dealerships from 10 currently, boosting motor-bike financing, sees […]

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BPP upbeats 3Q earnings from additional capacity from Chu Ngoc solar & Nhon Hai solar projects in VN total 50mw, higher electricity & steam sales from 3 combined heat & power (CHP) in China, in process of due diligence on 2-3 pp M&A in the US combined capacity 2k mw, maintaining 5.3k mw target by […]

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AU upbeats 2H earnings from improved traffic at dessert café as dine-in grows, recovery margin after repriced menu in March, plans to add more standalone shops from current 4 stores to boost grab & go sales, will open 2nd HK branch next year. Comment: Perhaps one of the last lagging f&b/tourism plays. J keeps 10-15% […]

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LH Group could be the one to decide fate of JAS’s broadband (TTTBB) spin-off to ADVANC as the group is the 2nd largest unit holder of JASIF, 616.08m units or 7.7% of total outstanding. Comment: Haven’t looked into this, though I wouldn’t see why LH wouldn’t vote for this change. NRF to cod 1st phase […]

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NCL reaffirms 50% FY22 revenue growth target driven by strong freight forwarding traffic and logistic services on improved exports, contribution from 25% investment in digital marketing & IT infra (CDN). NUSA’s 50% JV with CSR in hemp related business sees Bt5b revenue, supported by 1m ton orders from Japanese client, sees dividend income from stake […]

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AOT to pay full rental to Treasury Department, from 50% during covid, if govt declares an endemic from July 1. Comment: Here is the dirty little secret. When the government finally declares its an endemic. Then all the discounts and delays in payments that companies had during COVID are gone. BC’s indirect subsidiary, Bespoke Life […]

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BANPU acquires Barnett shale field in Texas with gas production capacity of 225mmscfd from Exxon Mobil for US$750m, lifts total gas production in the US to more than 900mmscfd. Comment: Ya ya ya, share price would’ve been far higher…ok time for me to move on from whining about last year’s recap. Once BANPU has finished […]

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