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Market Cap: 2,131 Million
NOSH: 64 Million
Avg Volume (4 weeks):10,311
4 Weeks Range:32.20 - 35.70
4 Weeks Price Volatility (%):
52 Weeks Range:31.92 - 39.20
52 Weeks Price Volatility (%):
Average Price Target: 43.69
Price Target Upside/Downside: +10.39

Financial Highlight

Latest Quarter | Ann. Date 30-Jun-2021 [#2]  |  26-Aug-2021
Next QR | Est. Ann. Date: 30-Sep-2021  |  26-Nov-2021
T4Q P/E | EY: 28.97  |  3.45%
T4Q DY | Payout %: 0.00%  |  - %
T4Q NAPS | P/NAPS: 3.04  |  10.95
T4Q NP Margin | ROE: 6.58%  |  37.81%


Date Subject
27-Aug-2021 Dutch Lady - Splendid results
27-Aug-2021 Mplus Market Pulse - 27 Aug 2021
27-Aug-2021 Dutch Lady Milk Industries - Milking Positively
06-Aug-2021 6 things I learned from the 2021 Dutch Lady Milk Industries AGM - Shak Chee Hoi
02-Jul-2021 Consumer - Sleeves Rolled Up for Vaccines
17-Jun-2021 Mplus Market Pulse - 17 Jun 2021
25-May-2021 Dutch Lady Milk Industries - All Milked Out
25-May-2021 Dutch Lady - Storm will pass
20-Apr-2021 Mplus Market Pulse - 20 Apr 2021
26-Feb-2021 Mplus Market Pulse - 26 Feb 2021
31-Jan-2021 Dutch Lady Milk Industries - Holland's milk story in Malaysia I
27-Nov-2020 Dutch Lady - Disappointing results
27-Nov-2020 Mplus Market Pulse - 27 Nov 2020
27-Nov-2020 Dutch Lady Milk Industries - 9MFY20 Missed Expectations
27-Nov-2020 PublicInvest Research Headlines - 27 Nov 2020
21-Oct-2020 Can Dutch Lady Nourish All Malaysians?

Business Background

Dutch Lady Milk Industries is a Malaysia-based company that produces and distributes dairy products. The company’s products include infant formula milk, growing-up milk, ultra-high-temperature processing milk, pasteurised milk, sterilised milk, family powdered milk, low-fat and zero-fat drinking yoghurt, and fruit juice drink. The products are packaged and marketed in various formats under the brand Dutch Lady. The company primarily operates domestically, but it distributes some of its products to surrounding countries in Asia and Oceania. Dutch Lady Milk Industries is owned by Royal FrieslandCampina.
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GrowingRich Minister Mustapa Mohamad tests positive for covid-19

11/01/2021 3:48 AM
MelonCheng Still got hope for this share? am hesitating whether to cut loss or hold hmmmm
18/01/2021 10:43 AM
MoneyAndHoney Good Lord!
20/01/2021 7:03 AM
MoneyAndHoney Mashallah!
20/01/2021 7:04 AM
MoneyAndHoney All Malaysian states (except Sarawak) under MCO from Friday

20/01/2021 7:04 AM
MoneyAndHoney Oh dear
20/01/2021 7:04 AM
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04/02/2021 4:51 PM
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10/02/2021 8:09 PM
supersinginvestor This share buy at rm20...not otherwise...
17/02/2021 6:59 PM
Keyman188 Global dairy demand expected to remain strong in 2021 – Dutch Lady

(Bernama / March 07, 2021 15:25 pm +08)

KUALA LUMPUR (March 7): The global dairy demand is expected to remain strong in 2021, as countries cautiously get on top of Covid-19 with the rollout of vaccines worldwide and a gradual rebound in global economy.

Dutch Lady Milk Industries Bhd managing director Tarang Gupta said the market remains volatile and is subject to various domestic and global uncertainties, economic slowdown and foreign exchange rate fluctuations that can affect the industry.

“We are also very aware of the impact of the continuing Covid-19 lockdown on the economy,” he told Bernama.

In the long term, Gupta said the group remains optimistic on the outlook of the industry and will continue adopting new strategies to ensure continuity and sustainability of the business to win in the market.

“In addition, we will continue to invest in our brands and focus on driving penetration of milk via innovations to capture multiple occasions.

“Affordability of milk will remain high on the agenda of Dutch Lady. So, our products are always on the shelves to ensure Malaysians continue to be nourished,” he said, adding that Dutch Lady remains steadfast to nourish the nation while supporting the government’s national health and food security agenda.

Dutch Lady recently launched DUTCH LADY MaxGro, a first milk-based Formula Dietary Food, a specially formulated product with selected high-in nutrients to help provide 80% of children with recommended nutrient intake to support their physical growth and ensure optimal development.

Gupta said milk formula is a competitive category in the country and the company is always working to improve its market share.

He said Dutch Lady certainly hopes that the new product helps increase its sales and improve market share.

“But unfortunately, we are not allowed to speculate, given our status as a listed company in Malaysia,” he said.

As the leading dairy company in Malaysia, Dutch Lady is dedicated to continue fuelling the nation with better nutrition which milk can offer, and advocate the importance of milk as part of a healthy and balanced diet.

He said thus, to keep up with the needs of everyday Malaysians, the group is constantly listening to consumers to understand their needs and continuously innovate its products to help Malaysians be more aware of the need for proper nutrition to ensure they have a healthier future, especially at a young age.

“We are excited to grow with Malaysians and come up with products specific to their needs in the future,” he added.

## https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/global-dairy-demand-expected-remain-strong-2021-%E2%80%93-dutch-lady
07/03/2021 6:17 PM
yingzhe17 Weak Ceo.
11/03/2021 8:26 AM
hazli KUALA LUMPUR (March 10): UEM Land Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of UEM Sunrise Bhd, has entered into a conditional sale and purchase agreement (SPA) to buy a 9.93-acre leasehold piece of factory land and the buildings thereon from Dutch Lady Milk Industries Bhd at Section 13, Petaling Jaya for RM200 million, with plans to build a RM1.3 billion mixed-use development there.
In a statement, UEM Sunrise said the group plans to launch the project – which will be situated along Jalan Khoo Kay Kim – in the next two to three years.
UEM Sunrise chief executive officer Sufian Abdullah said the latest land acquisition bodes well with its ongoing efforts to rebalance the group portfolio and increase its foothold in the Klang Valley.
What attracted us most about this land is its location within the Draft Special Area Plan Section 13 Petaling Jaya, identified by Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya to redevelop the area into a commercial hub as part of its urban renewal efforts.
With the land strategically located in Petaling Jaya, its proximity to the central business districts and the education hub, we want to accommodate first-time homebuyers, young or small families and customers looking for investment opportunities in targeting short- or long-term tenancies by young professionals and students in the various universities and colleges nearby," Sufian said.
Section 13 of Petaling Jaya is located just minutes from the Damansara-Puchong Expressway, Sprint Expressway-Kerinchi Link, Federal Highway and North Pantai Expressway, all of which will take the residents right into the heart of Kuala Lumpur city centre.
Situated within the 10km radius are world-class healthcare providers such as Columbia Asia Hospital and University Malaya Medical Centre; higher education institutions including Brickfields Asia College, Mahsa University, Universiti Malaya and KDU University College.
The land is also easily accessible via public transportation with the Taman Jaya LRT Station located 2.7km away and an LRT feeder bus that passes by the development every 30 minutes.
With the latest additions, UEM Sunrise's total land bank stands at 11,092.8 acres, amounting to RM107.9 billion in GDV.
Meanwhile, Dutch Lady said in a filing with Bursa Malaysia that the disposal of the land is expected to result in a net gain of about RM178.6 million, translating into an increase in earnings per share by approximately 279 sen, based on the weighted average number of ordinary shares in issue as at Dec 31, 2020.
It also said the board will review and determine the use of the gross cash proceeds of RM200 million by the end of 2021, which may include financing the construction of its new manufacturing and warehousing facilities in Bandar Enstek, Negeri Sembilan, which is scheduled to start this year and be completed in three years.
Until completion of the new facilities, Dutch Lady will continue its manufacturing activities at the Petaling Jaya property as a tenant after the conclusion of the disposal, which is expected to be at the end of this year.
12/03/2021 11:09 PM
Keyman188 YaaHoo...

Finally start to rebound...

Keyman188 average cost about 34.50++ holding until now...

Consumer sector slowly slowly catching up liao...

Just putting at the fridge & collecting passive income every year...

Any possibility heading to RM 80 in future !!!..........
13/03/2021 9:39 AM
Keyman188 Really concrete & wise guidance from professional...

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13/03/2021 11:12 AM
Keyman188 Latest Announcement - EPF keep on accumulating since Mar'21

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Thursday, 11 Mar 2021


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Monday, 1 Mar 2021


Daily transaction to trace daily participant rate by EPF

18/03/2021 35.700 35.800 35.600 35.600 14,500 518,736.00
17/03/2021 36.000 36.100 35.700 35.780 3,900 139,834.00
16/03/2021 35.960 35.980 35.940 35.940 2,200 79,098.00
15/03/2021 36.480 36.480 35.600 35.980 7,900 285,004.00

12/03/2021 34.960 36.980 34.900 36.500 18,700 664,714.00
11/03/2021 35.000 35.000 34.820 34.840 55,200 1.924m
10/03/2021 34.760 34.820 34.760 34.820 5,800 201,806.00
09/03/2021 34.980 35.000 34.760 34.760 49,500 1.721m
08/03/2021 34.760 34.880 34.760 34.780 10,000 348,126.00

05/03/2021 34.800 34.900 34.760 34.800 39,500 1.374m
04/03/2021 34.700 34.800 34.700 34.800 5,500 191,380.00
03/03/2021 34.600 34.980 34.560 34.980 5,700 197,388.00
02/03/2021 34.900 34.900 34.700 34.780 7,300 254,128.00
01/03/2021 34.980 34.980 34.900 34.900 4,000 139,714.00
19/03/2021 10:51 AM
Keyman188 Keyman188 always learn from professional or experts...



20/03/2021 6:37 PM
Keyman188 Dutch Lady partners with DVS to achieve sustainable dairy production

(April 02, 2021 15:59 pm +08)

PETALING JAYA (April 2): Dutch Lady Milk Industries Bhd has inked a memorandum of collaboration (MoC) with the Department of Veterinary Services Malaysia (DVS) to implement sustainable dairy farming practices.

Dutch Lady managing director Tarang Gupta said the strategic partnership involves the participation of local dairy farmers in its Dairy Development Programme (DDP) and Farmer2Farmer (F2F) Programme.

These initiatives involve Dutch dairy farmers transferring their skills and knowledge to local dairy farmers to improve the quality and quantity of local raw milk.

"Under the DDP in Malaysia, we have seen an improvement in the quality of milk produced by local dairy farmers by 400% since the last 10 years, with the production of fresh milk from 2010 to 2020 amounting to 36.5 million litres.

"In 2020, we produced 40% more fresh milk versus 2019, and with this strategic partnership, we hope to further increase the milk yield and also the quality of fresh milk," he said during a press conference after the MoC signing ceremony here today.

The exchange of MoC documents between Tarang and DVS director-general Datuk Dr Norlizan Mohd Noor was witnessed by Agriculture and Food Industries Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ronald Kiandee together with deputy head of mission of the Netherlands Embassy to Malaysia Eva Oskam.

According to Tarang, Dutch Lady will be bringing a total investment of RM400 million into Malaysia in the next few years, which includes the development of a new manufacturing facility in Bandar Enstek, Negeri Sembilan, bringing a great opportunity to local dairy entrepreneurs.

"Our new factory will significantly have more capacity to process local fresh milk with the addition of a new state-of-the-art dairy farming centre that will provide training facilities to local farmers, including best practices in the farming industry.

"We are still in the early stage of planning for the new facility, and we expect to hold a ground-breaking ceremony sometime in the middle of the year," he added.

Meanwhile, Kiandee said the significant collaboration is a milestone as Malaysia is aiming for a 100% self-sufficient level (SSL) in local fresh milk production by 2025.

"We are now at 62% of the SSL, and the ministry via DVS is going all out to expand and improve milk production in the country with regard to this collaboration," he said.

## https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/dutch-lady-partners-dvs-achieve-sustainable-dairy-production
02/04/2021 4:32 PM
Keyman188 Ten fast-moving consumer goods players team up to kick start Malaysian Recycling Alliance

(theedgemarkets.com / April 06, 2021 11:49 am +08)

KUALA LUMPUR (April 6): A group of fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) companies in Malaysia has teamed up to establish the Malaysian Recycling Alliance (MAREA).

In a statement, MAREA said the alliance was formed to enable a voluntary, industry-led extended producer responsibility (EPR) group of like-minded companies to focus on boosting the value chain and significantly improve the collection and recycling of post-consumer packaging.

The first alliance of its kind in the country, MAREA comprises 10 initial members, namely Coca-Cola Malaysia, Colgate-Palmolive Malaysia, Dutch Lady Milk Industries, Etika Group of Companies, Fraser & Neave Malaysia, Mondelez International Malaysia, Nestlé Malaysia, Spritzer, Tetra Pak Malaysia and Unilever Malaysia.

The alliance said its goals will primarily revolve around enhancing collection, promoting the use of recycled and renewable materials as well as minimising post-consumer packaging leakage into the environment.

MAREA said it is committed to collaborating with the Malaysian government and other stakeholders interested in the matter to drive its goal of achieving circular economic solutions that are conducive to a cleaner and greener Malaysia.

MAREA chairman Juan Aranols, who is also Nestlé Malaysia chief executive officer, said the members of MAREA decided that they must proactively take action by creating the first EPR platform to radically improve how consumer packaging waste is managed in Malaysia.

“Through MAREA, we will rethink how we can make the packaging value chain more environmentally sustainable.

“However, change cannot be driven by one entity alone and requires proactive collaboration between FMCG companies, policy makers, consumers, recycling companies and other stakeholders who share an aspiration,” he said.

Meanwhile, MAREA general manager Pauline Goh said that with packaging waste escalating in recent times, environmental concerns are at an all-time high.

“Our aim is to promote sustainable end-of-life disposal of post-consumer plastic packaging waste through higher recyclability and recycled content. Changing consumer habits is also integral in our sustainability agenda and this can only come from sustained and effective programmes which we intend to roll out with partners and other stakeholders,” she said.

MAREA was incorporated on Jan 4 this year.

## https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/ten-fastmoving-consumer-goods-players-team-kick-start-malaysian-recycling-alliance
07/04/2021 9:27 AM
i3lurker I am shocked Dutch Lady is still around coz drastic reduction in demand for milk had already bankrupted many US milk companies
25/04/2021 10:59 PM
i3lurker more advertisements must be made to force women to stop breast feeding their babies.

This is the ONLY way to encourage more deaths of children from covid-19 due to reduced immune system and helps prevent Global over-population.
25/04/2021 11:08 PM
Keyman188 Keyman188 always like to drink milk...

1 day 2 cups considered reasonable....
26/04/2021 8:22 AM
Bgt 9963 Post removed. Why?
26/04/2021 9:00 AM
Up_down Accumulate Dlady at the prices 10 years ago while skimmed milk powders has moved into high level.
03/05/2021 12:50 PM
focusinvesting Why I think DLady is still overvalued.

09/05/2021 8:22 PM
Keyman188 But you omitted to use other "Sigma" to evaluate upcoming "Real Intrinsic Value"...
09/05/2021 9:02 PM
Trumpet Happy
18/05/2021 7:19 PM
Trumpet Blue chip
19/05/2021 10:55 AM
dompeilee Wah...below Mar 2020 low already ah? This susu really x boleh minum lol
21/05/2021 3:34 PM
dompeilee EPF stuck like a HAIRY CRAB inside this one LOL
21/05/2021 3:35 PM
dompeilee A public bk employee i know also teruk...bought few hundred of this in the sixties in 2018 for the dividend...that was the year I SOLD & they started cutting the dividend shortly after...
21/05/2021 3:38 PM
dompeilee Another old baldie who always bug me in AGMs last time boasting about his 20k DLady now significantly poorer. And I'm willing to bet huge that he never sold a single lot until now lol
21/05/2021 3:40 PM
Trumpet Just buy this
09/06/2021 9:45 AM
samchan MBSB BANK: Seal chilled water supply agreement. Malaysia Building Society (MBSB) has entered into a chilled water supply agreement with PJ Sentral DCS SB for the supply of chilled water to an office building located at Petaling Jaya for a period of 20 years from Dec 1, 2020, at an estimated total consideration of up to RM73.41m. (Bernama)
09/06/2021 9:45 AM
Kalvin9663 is time to opt in
18/06/2021 8:28 PM
Trumpet Post removed. Why?
18/06/2021 8:38 PM
CynicalCyan Holland Lady? Or a potential Flying Dutch Lady in future?
01/07/2021 10:01 PM
Kalvin9663 skim milk cost start drop much, future profit margin will high..

as i know lot of fund manager slow slow collect now

11/07/2021 4:53 PM
okooi32 Skim-milk-powder ???
12/07/2021 7:24 PM
trum 观察趋势。如果它上涨,我就会买入。只要相信你所看到的。当我不相信股票图表时,我已经学会了艰难的方法。
25/08/2021 7:35 PM
trum ... 该股仍然很便宜。在今年年底之前,它将是一只热门股票。
26/08/2021 10:56 AM
Keyman188 Further improvement...

Revenue = QoQ = +9.82% ; YoY = 3.84%

Net profit = QoQ = +61.67% ; YoY = 28.51%

BRAVO...Keep buying for retirement savings.....

26/08/2021 5:49 PM
Keyman188 Keyman188 always like to drink milk...

26/08/2021 5:51 PM
i3lurker https://www.thedailymeal.com/why-you-should-stop-drinking-milk-right-now/013014#:~:text=Though%20that%20is%20an%20astounding%20percentage%2C%20it%20only,factor%29%2C%20which%20has%20been%20linked%20to%20many%20cancers.
26/08/2021 5:58 PM
Keyman188 ROE = 14% per quarter

ROA = 5% per quarter

Quality of earnings = 2.97 times

Gearing = Net cash position

Dividend yield = 2.44% (based on 2020 payout)
(as per 32.76) = 3.05% (based on 2019 payout)
= 6.10% (based on 2018 payout)
26/08/2021 6:08 PM
Keyman188 Foreign buying extends to third week, surges to RM964.3m

(theedgemarkets.com / August 30, 2021 09:42 am +08)

KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 30): Foreign buying of Malaysian equities extended for the third week and surged to RM964.33 million last week, from a paltry RM6.71 million the prior week.

In its weekly fund flow report today, the MIDF Research team said as the market reopened last Monday, foreign investors were net buyers amounting to RM6.7 million.

Meanwhile, it said local institutions bought RM19.16 million net of local equities, with retailers as net sellers to the tune of RM25.86 million.

The research house said foreign investors were net buyers every day of the week.

It said the largest foreign inflow was recorded last Thursday to the tune of RM310.79 million, while the inflow of RM6.7 million last Monday was the smallest.

“As for retailers, they were net sellers every day of the week except on Monday.

“The largest net selling by retailers was recorded last Tuesday and the smallest net selling was on Friday to the tune of RM48.43 million and RM16.88 million respectively.

“Cumulatively, for the week, retailers net sold RM113.96 million worth of equities on Bursa Malaysia,” it said.

MIDF said that meanwhile, local institutions recorded cumulative weekly net selling to the tune of RM850.37 million.

It said local institutions were net sellers every day of the week, with the largest net selling on Thursday to the tune of RM290.41 million.

Since the beginning of 2021, cumulatively, retailers were the only net buyers of the local equity market to the tune of RM9.46 billion.

Local institutions and foreign investors were net sellers to the tune of RM4.46 billion and RM5 billion respectively.

“In terms of participation, retail investors, local institutions and foreign investors recorded weekly movements of -3.82%, 9.89% and 16.82% respectively in average daily trade value (ADTV),” it said.

## https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/foreign-buying-extends-third-week-surges-rm9643m
30/08/2021 9:56 AM
Keyman188 Foreign funds coming back...
30/08/2021 9:56 AM
Keyman188 OMG...What is happening today !!!...

Why so fierce shooting up today !!!...

30/08/2021 2:42 PM
treasurehunt FMCG recovery theme.
30/08/2021 6:14 PM
okooi32 Drop one day
Up 2,3 days
01/09/2021 8:11 PM
XUXNN dlady profits from land sold will contribute to next QR?
08/09/2021 10:20 AM


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