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发表于 2012-10-2 22:57 | 显示全部楼层
Tenaga awards RM16.48m contract to Pestech JV
Published: Tuesday October 2, 2012 MYT 7:32:00 PM

KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional Bhd has awarded a RM16.48mil contract to Pestech International Bhd's joint venture to undertake a power project in Johor.

Pestech said on Tuesday the contract was to supply and commission a 132KV and 33KV switchgear, transformer and ancillary equipment for the Bukit Siput extension in Johor.

Work is expected to start within one month upon site possession and the completion date is 455 days.

The joint venture comprises of its unit Pestech Sdn Bhd and Mega Linear Sdn Bhd.

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发表于 2012-10-8 20:34 | 显示全部楼层
这么好的股居然没有人发现。。。。
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我买8角钱,现在差不多要回到1块钱了。。。

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发表于 2012-11-14 17:28 | 显示全部楼层
Pestech records RM5.73m pre-tax profit
Publish date: Mon, 12 Nov 22:00

PESTECH KUALA LUMPUR: Pestech International Bhd posted a pre-tax profit of RM5.73 million and revenue of RM32.6 million in the third quarter (Q3) ended Sept 30, 2012.

For the nine months period, the group achieved pre-tax profit of RM11.85 million on the back of RM84.06 million in revenue.

In a filing to Bursa Malaysia today, Pestech said the quarterly revenue was contributed by projects and products which accounted for RM27.0 million or 82.8 per cent and RM5.6 million or 17.2 per cent, respectively.

It said the revenue for the cumulative nine months was contributed by projects totalling RM66.0 million or 78.5 per cent and products which amounted to RM18.1 million or 21.5 per cent.

"The prospects for growth are positive with our order book as of Oct 31, 2012, standing at RM295.6 million, which puts the company in a comfortable position to undertake more niche and strategic projects," it said.

Pestech said it also signed a memorandum of understanding with Electricite Du Laos recently for the building of substations together with transmission lines for deliverance of additional power from Laos to Thailand. -- BERNAMA

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发表于 2013-1-9 21:56 | 显示全部楼层
Pestech 联营获1596 万合约
财经新闻 财经  2013-01-09 11:45
(吉隆坡8日讯)Pestech国际(Pestech,5219,主板贸服股)旗下Pestech私人有限公司(PSB)与Mega Linear私人有限公司(MLSB)联营,获国家能源(Tenaga,5347,主板贸服股)授权总值1596万2000令吉合约。

Pestech国际向马交所报备,上述合约主要为国能在而连突进行一项工程,包括提供、安装和启动132千伏特(kV)和33千伏特的开关设备、2X45百万伏安(MVA)132/33千伏特的变压器及相关配件以及土木工程。

工程预计1月动工并在动工期开始计算的546天内完成。

PSB与MLSB之间的联营属非公司联营,即没有特定的股权架构。

Pestech国际未预见上述合约能在截至今年12月31日财年内贡献营业额和盈利,但未来料会带来盈利。

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发表于 2013-2-22 20:14 | 显示全部楼层
Quarterly rpt on consolidated results for the financial period ended 31/12/2012
PESTECH INTERNATIONAL BERHAD

Financial Year End31/12/2012
Quarter4
Quarterly report for the financial period ended31/12/2012
The figureshave not been audited
Attachments

PIB Q4 2012 Announcement.pdf
806 KB


  • Default Currency
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Currency: Malaysian Ringgit (MYR)

SUMMARY OF KEY FINANCIAL INFORMATION
31/12/2012
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INDIVIDUAL PERIOD
CUMULATIVE PERIOD
CURRENT YEAR QUARTER
PRECEDING YEAR
CORRESPONDING
QUARTER
CURRENT YEAR TO DATE
PRECEDING YEAR
CORRESPONDING
PERIOD
31/12/2012
31/12/2011
31/12/2012
31/12/2011
$$'000
$$'000
$$'000
$$'000
1Revenue
52,041
0
136,098
132,048
2Profit/(loss) before tax
12,331
0
23,039
17,368
3Profit/(loss) for the period
9,297
0
16,633
12,686
4Profit/(loss) attributable to ordinary equity holders of the parent
9,277
0
16,580
12,711
5Basic earnings/(loss) per share (Subunit)
11.52
0.00
20.59
25.00
6Proposed/Declared dividend per share (Subunit)
3.30
0.00
5.70
0.00


AS AT END OF CURRENT QUARTER
AS AT PRECEDING FINANCIAL YEAR END
7
Net assets per share attributable to ordinary equity holders of the parent ($$)
81.3400
53.2000
Definition of Subunit:

In a currency system, there is usually a main unit (base) and subunit that is a fraction amount of the main unit.
Example for the subunit as follows:

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MalaysiaRinggitSen
United StatesDollarCent
United KingdomPoundPence



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发表于 2013-2-23 09:50 | 显示全部楼层
Pestech goes global

Technology firm aims to be as reputable as Siemens and ABB.

TODAY'S successful technology stories tell us that there is an almost assured way to build a world-class company: zero in on a new or exclusive technology, develop a cutting-edge product, and move fast to grab market share.

What happens when you do the exact opposite? Like latching on to an old or established technology, produce goods which are not very different from what is available, and try to compete in a market where there are already established players?

What are your chances of success? Or would this clearly be a case of misguided corporate bravado?

Consider the case of Pestech International Bhd. It builds facilities to transmit electricity produced by power stations. The industry is a mature one and the technology involved has not changed much over the years. Globally, the industry is dominated by a number of well-known international companies such as Siemens, ABB, Alstom, Toshiba, Mitsubishi and Hyundai.

Pestech is a relatively new homegrown company which first ventured overseas in 2007. In a number of international tenders recently, it won out over some of these more established names, proving that it can be as competitive overseas as it is at home.

The proportion of foreign income as a percentage of its total income has grown from 27% in 2008 to 45% in 2009, 51% in 2010, and 77% in 2011 when total topped RM131mil.

How has Pestech been able to take on the big boys and still come out on top?

Filling a forgotten niche

Paul Lim, chief executive officer of the group, says there is no secret to it. It is a matter of trying to work harder and smarter, and finding a niche where you can perform better than your competitors.

“We call ourselves an integrated power technology company. We specialise in the design, procurement and installation of high voltage substations, transmission lines and laying power cables. This business and the technology behind it have been around a long time there is no mystery to it.

“But what we are able to do is to deliver this whole package the designing, the engineering and the implementation on very competitive term, integrating the best technologies in the industry for the benefit of the customer.

“And so long as we are able to maintain this competitive edge, our opportunity to grow is almost limitless because the demand for electricity is increasing all the time, and so will the need for the accompanying infrastructure,” Lim adds.

He concedes that Pestech currently has no equivalent local competitor in its line of business not in Malaysia, or even in the Asean region. There are a number of electrical contractors offering their services, but no engineering company capable of delivering the full range of engineering services and products for electrical systems from design to procurement to full project implementation.

Surely, this must be one of the unsolved mysteries of the electricity industry? After all, the technology has been available all this while, the demand for transmission infrastructure has been self-evident, and yet no other significant player has emerged on the local scene.

How does one explain this void?

“It is a question I have often also reflected on,” Lim said. “I think in many ways you can say that the electrical business was a “forgotten” business largely because no one imagined that there could be a role for entrepreneurs in it.” He talks with the experience of someone who is familiar with the industry, having worked as an electrical engineer for MNCs before joining Pestech.

“We saw this niche and the entry of Pestech into this business was a very deliberate and carefully planned move. We have since grown step by step in the way we wanted,” Lim said.

“Pestech was founded by my uncle, Lim Ah Hock, a mechanical engineer himself, who is now the executive chairman of the company. It began business in 1991 as a trading house selling electrical products. In 2000, I joined the company and we transformed the company into one that specialises in the design, installation and commissioning of high voltage electrical power substations. We then went on to build transmission lines and lay power cables, finally becoming a full-fledged power grid builder”.

The company's main customer in its early days was Tenaga Nasional Bhd. By 2007 the management felt confident that it had the technical expertise and the experience to bid for jobs overseas.

The company won its first overseas contract that year in Brunei. Since then it has been awarded contracts in Cambodia, Papua New Guinea, Sri Lanka, Ghana and Tanzania.

The company's revenue has increased steadily from RM43.3mil in 2007 to RM51.6mil in 2008, RM86.6mil in 2009, RM114.9mil in 2010 and RM130.9mil in 2011. Competitive edge

Lim cites three main reasons why Pestech has an edge when it bids for projects: First, it offers customers a “complete” solution, ie it undertakes to do the whole job, from designing to supplying, manufacturing, installation, testing and commissioning. This increases efficiency and eliminates the customer's need to appoint different parties for different parts of the project.

Second, it offers customers an “open” solution. Lim says Pestech's practice is to recommend equipment that is best suited to its customers' needs and is under no obligation to recommend any particular brand of equipment. This role as an “integrator” enables Pestech to offer its customers what Lim describes as an “optimum” package. In contrast, MNCs that compete for jobs tend to recommend the use of their own brand name products, and this can limit their competitiveness.

Thirdly, Pestech now has a proven record of successful work done overseas for clients in the public and private sectors. Lim says: “This reputation is critical to our future business.

“But make no mistake,” he adds. “We are not saying we are in the same league as companies like Siemens or ABB or Hyundai. But across a broad range of customer requirements, we are as skilled and as adequately equipped as any of these companies to deliver, and we have proven this many times in the last few years.”

Growth prospects

Pestech was listed on Bursa Malaysia in May last year. Lim says the exercise has given the company a higher profile and the opportunity to secure more business. Its order book is now three times that of 2011, and he expects the momentum to continue.

“Our focus will continue to be on doing business in developing countries, both in Asean and in other parts of Asia as well as Africa.

“Right now, for example, we are bidding for a number of projects in Laos and Myanmar. The business potential in both countries is tremendous, and we feel we are well-positioned to provide the services and facilities they need,” Lim says.

Lim says the Asean region will be significant growth area in the next few years and demand for electricity will increase. “We certainly look forward to doing more business in the countries nearby,” he adds.

“Africa is another big market. We have done work in Tanzania and in Ghana our client was a major mining company. So we are no strangers to Africa and we expect to be busy in that continent too.

“So overall, we project that power grid infrastructure demand in all these markets will grow, and we will grow with it. We expect that most of our project income will be sourced from a fairly diverse base of customers”.

Pestech also wants to increase its non-project income. This comes from the sales of equipment produced in-house that are used in electricity transmission systems and sub-stations. It already manufactures a number of own-brand products and is seeking to enter into technology agreements with established suppliers to manufacture products under licence.

“The sale of these products contributes to about 20% of our earnings at the moment. Our target is to bring this up to 35%-40% within five years,” Lim adds. A global company

How big are Pestech's ambitions?

“The utilities industry is a very conservative industry,” Lim said, “and its growth depends very much on demographics and the growth rate of economies. But we know that the demand for electricity will increase, so the demand for the kind of services we offer will also increase.

“The stable technology in this field works in our favour because it allows us to grow and catch up with the big boys.

“What we are doing in Pestech is to inject an entrepreneurial element into this business. Today we believe we are the largest homegrown EPCC (engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning) in South-East Asia in the power grid building industry.

“We hope that in the course of time we can become a truly global company with a brand name as reputable as that of companies like Siemens and ABB.

Research for this article has been supported by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry.

http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/s ... 63&sec=business

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发表于 2013-2-26 18:18 | 显示全部楼层
Single Tier Interim Dividend of 3.3 sen per ordinary share.

Kindly be advised of the following :

1) The above Company's securities will be traded and quoted [ "Ex - Dividend" ]
as from : [ 26 March 2013 ]

2) The last date of lodgement : [ 28 March 2013 ]

3) Date Payable : [ 26 April 2013 ]

http://www.bursamalaysia.com/mar ... nouncements/1207693

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发表于 2013-3-3 10:12 | 显示全部楼层
不停上

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发表于 2013-3-3 10:39 | 显示全部楼层
Quarterly rpt on consolidated results for the financial period ended 31/12/2012
B4.
Prospects


The outlook for the power transmission and distribution industry is anticipated to remain robust in 2013. The Group is confident that its business will enjoy positive growth in revenue and contribution towards its bottom line in the coming year. This is supported by the Group's order book in hand as at 31 December 2012 of RM230million, a more than 100% increase from its 31 December 2011 recorded order in hand of about RM110 million. Part of these orders involved projects in the Sarawak Corridor of Renewal Energy (“SCORE”) area for the Group's industrial customers and also at Murum,Sarawak for the local utilities.Our current on going projects in SCORE provide us with good visibility and added advantage in terms of business and marketing exposure which may attract new prospective customers who are investing in the heavy and energy intensive industry there.
Furthermore, Sarawak Energy Berhad is embarking on the 500KV Backbone Transmission Project to reinforce the state’s existing power transmission system. The major  components comprise stretching 313km 500KV transmission line from Tada substation in Kanowit to Tondong substation in Bau;stretching of the 275KV transmission line from the existing 275KV Mambong substation to Matang transmission line and to Tondong substation; and the construction of Tada and Mambong 275KV/500KV substations (Source: The Borneo Post). This type of infrastructure investment would generate new opportunities for the Group to tap on the transmission and distribution segment of the
project.
Over at the Peninsular Malaysia side, recently, the Energy Commission has successfully completed the international competitive bidding exercise for a new combined cycle power plant of 1,071 MW capacity in Prai to help meet the generation capacity in Peninsular Malaysia. This coupled with Tenaga Nasional Berhad's largest power generation facility at Stesen Janakuasa Sultan Azlan Shah ("SJSAS") at Manjung that is still under development, provide the Group with abundance opportunities to secure new contracts in the future
for the build up of additional power grid infrastructure for the connection of these generation plant into the existing network.
On the oil and gas sector, major projects such as the refinery and petrochemical integrated
development project(“RAPID”) in Pengerang, Southern Johor, also present to the Group as good potential for project procurement as demand for power to electrify this massive facility could not be underestimated.
The prospect of markets in Indochina region, where the Group has already set its presence, remains exciting. Countries like Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar is on their growth cycle and infrastructure investment would be emphasized to keep up with the growing demand. The Group's established foothold in the region is expected to eventually bring positive impact to its business growth.
Thus, barring unforeseen circumstances, the Group is optimistic about its 2013 business and financial prospects

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发表于 2013-3-6 17:18 | 显示全部楼层
回复 28# hwongd


    這股大大你有喔

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发表于 2013-3-6 19:00 | 显示全部楼层
回复 30# yeqiuer


    没买。。。。但觉得他有可能是黑马。。。。好像没人注意这个股的

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发表于 2013-3-6 20:48 | 显示全部楼层
回复 31# hwongd


    已經黑了   0.8- 1.4 鳥
  
   我也沒買到

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发表于 2013-3-7 16:28 | 显示全部楼层
这么好的股居然没有人发现。。。。
mxm 发表于 2012-10-1 23:05



    师父果然有远见。。

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发表于 2013-3-8 09:15 | 显示全部楼层
回复 32# yeqiuer


    还不会停。。。继续起。。。。。就来开番了

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发表于 2013-3-8 21:35 | 显示全部楼层
回复 34# hwongd


    不要啦!!!!

   等我.....等等我呀

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发表于 2013-3-10 21:51 | 显示全部楼层
本帖最后由 gnail 于 2013-3-10 23:32 编辑

这里有谁有买这只股票吗?


Pestech to begin Laos-Thai power project by 2Q of 2013
March 6, 2013

By John Gilbert

PETALING JAYA: Integrated electric power technology, infrastructure and solutions provider Pestech International Bhd will start construction of a 115kV power transmission infrastructure in Laos, connecting the country with Thailand, this year.

Executive director and CEO Paul Lim Pay Chuan (photo) said negotiations on the project is at an “advanced” stage and that he is confident that construction can begin in the second-quarter (2Q) of the year.

“We will sign a contract agreement with Electricite Du Laos (EDL) to commence building the infrastructure,” he told The Malaysian Reserve in a recent interview.

EDL is a state-owned corporation in Laos under the Ministry of Energy and Mines which owns and operates the country’s main generation, transmission and distribution assets.

The agency also manages electricity imports into its grids and exports from its stations.

Laos has a long-term power development plan spanning from 2012- 2020 and the government has set clear targets of achieving 70% electricity access by 2010 and 90% by 2020, according to EDL’s website.

According to World Bank Group 2012 report, the country’s installed capacity is expected to reach 3,000MW by 2013.

Lim said the power purchase agreement between the two countries has already been signed which outlines the increased capacity of power required by Thailand.

“We have already identified the exact route for the transmission line, which is about 50km and we have also concluded our survey and identified the land for the Laos government to acquire.

“The project will involve extension of the existing substations, increasing capacity and construction of the transmission line and two substations, which goes all the way to the Thai border and Thai-based power contractors will take over from there on,” he said.

Once completed, the transmission line and power infrastructure will supply up to 200MW of power, on top of the existing 50MW, which is expected to contribute positively to the company’s revenue in 2014 and 2015, Lim said.

Pestech and its Laos-based joint-venture (JV) partner VLV Soumpholphakdy Sole Ltd, inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with EDL in September last year, to conduct feasibility studies of the 115kV power transmission line from Pakse, Laos to Laos-Thai border.

The project connects power supply from hydro plants located in Saravanh, a southern province of Laos to Thailand.

Through the MoU, EDL grants the JV companies the sole mandate to carry out all activities relevant to the feasibility studies and carry out the design, manufacturing, shop test and the delivery of the equipment and installation, construction and commissioning of the transmission line on an engineering, procurement and commissioning basis.

Pestech is principally engaged in the provision of comprehensive power system engineering and technical solution for the design, procurement and installation of high voltage (HV) and extra high voltage (EHV) substations, transmission lines and underground cables.

The company will also focus on assembly and manufacturing of power and control products used in the transmission and distribution of electricity.

On the domestic front, Lim said the company is currently constructing the Murun Junction substation for Sarawak Energy Bhd, which is the feedin substation for the Murun Dam. The RM92 million project, which was secured in early 2012, is expected to be completed in the 2Q14.

Lim said Sarawak, which is moving towards a 500kV backbone, has quite a number of projects in the pipeline, which includes a plan to have power transmission to Kalimantan, in which the company has also participated in the tender process.

Total tender pipeline for Pestech as of Jan 31 this year stands at RM880 million, with roughly RM180 million worth of bidding tenders in Sarawak alone.

This content is provided by FMT content partner The Malaysian Reserve.

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发表于 2013-3-11 21:12 | 显示全部楼层
好事还是坏事???

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发表于 2013-3-13 23:39 | 显示全部楼层
回复 37# jerrykoh2503


    好事来的

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发表于 2013-3-19 21:13 | 显示全部楼层
PESTECH國際 獲931萬訂單
財經19/03/2013 20:21



 (吉隆坡19日訊)本地整合電力系統公司PESTECH國際(PESTECH,5219,主要板貿易)旗下獨資子公司Pestech有限公司,獲一份來自RSG公司的採購訂單(Purchase Order),總值298萬美元(約931萬令吉)。

 該公司今日向馬證交所報備指出,RSG為澳洲一家黃金礦業上市公司,PESTECH國際將負責設計、採購及調試225千伏特(kV)高壓變電站。

 “該高壓變電站位于西非馬里,將于今年4月開始動工,並于2014年5月竣工,共耗時13個月。”

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发表于 2013-4-5 23:01 | 显示全部楼层
超好的股起个不停。。。

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