KLSE: ARBB (7181)       ATURMAJU RESOURCES BHD MAIN : Industrial Products
Last Price Today's Change   Day's Range   Trading Volume
0.26   -0.01 (3.70%)  0.255 - 0.27  4,190,700
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Market Cap: 76 Million
NOSH: 293 Million
Avg Volume (4 weeks):4,911,983
4 Weeks Range:0.255 - 0.33
4 Weeks Price Volatility (%):
52 Weeks Range:0.255 - 0.605
52 Weeks Price Volatility (%):
Average Price Target: 0.55
Price Target Upside/Downside: +0.29

Financial Highlight

Latest Quarter | Ann. Date 30-Sep-2019 [#3]  |  04-Nov-2019
Next QR | Est. Ann. Date: 31-Dec-2019  |  26-Feb-2020
T4Q P/E | EY: 2.82  |  35.42%
T4Q DY | Payout %: 0.00%  |  - %
T4Q NAPS | P/NAPS: 0.3047  |  0.85
T4Q NP Margin | ROE: 41.54%  |  30.22%


Date Subject
30-Dec-2019 PublicInvest Research Headlines - 30 Dec 2019
26-Dec-2019 PublicInvest Research Headlines - 26 Dec 2019
28-Nov-2019 [转贴] ARBB – 企业汇报 - 提供ERP软件和智能物联网系统 - RH Research
05-Nov-2019 Malaysia Stock Analysis Report – ARBB (7181)
05-Nov-2019 续 ARBB (AturMaju Resources Bhd) Preference Share 的课题!
05-Nov-2019 PublicInvest Research Headlines - 5 Nov 2019
04-Nov-2019 Next Quarter ARBB (7181) with RM80mil Revenue in Q4 2019!
04-Nov-2019 ARBB - Q3 2019 季报 一家之前经营木有关的业务,但却转型进军 IT业务
30-Oct-2019 ARB - Transformation Is Bearing Fruits to Generate a 117% Surge in FY18-20 Earnings CAGR
22-Aug-2019 ARB seals RM84m per year contract with Cambodian firm
06-Aug-2019 KYY Golden Rule – ARBB (7181) Meeting His Golden Rule
02-Aug-2019 Stocks on Radar - ARB (7181)
01-Aug-2019 ARB posts record profit of RM8.6mil in 2Q19
01-Aug-2019 Evening Market Summary - 1 Aug 2019
24-Jul-2019 PublicInvest Research Headlines - 24 Jul 2019
24-Jul-2019 Mplus Market Pulse - 24 Jul 2019
23-Jul-2019 ARB inks water tech deals with two Chinese companies worth RM800m , 与两中企签8亿水务科技交易
13-Jul-2019 ARBB :跟危机粤泰公司合作也会影响ARBB跟着出问题!

Business Background

ARB Berhad, an investment holding company, manufactures and sells wood products primarily in Malaysia. It operates through five segments: Investment Holdings and Others, Manufacturing of Wood Products, Barging, Timber, and Information Technology. The company manufactures sawn timber and veneer. It also engages in the provision of scows and tug boats hiring services; consulting services for project management; management services; and timber contracting activities. In addition, the company is involved in reselling customized enterprise resource planning software system and information technology related services. ARB Berhad was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Tawau, Malaysia.
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Ryuone89 Bla3x.. Talk crap
22/01/2020 1:40 PM
CartoonInvesting Baby, I thought you are a new new new bee. Talk like a pro. Agree with you, it's long gone.
22/01/2020 3:00 PM
22/01/2020 3:58 PM
huntertee Close all position and cut loss from this counter!
22/01/2020 7:48 PM
andychin888 Industries told to be ready for IR4.0

THE Industry 4.0 is reshaping the manufacturing and production industries.

Deputy Chief Minister I Datuk Ahmad Zakiyuddin Abdul Rahman said it was crucial for these industries to embrace and adopt the new digital industrial technology.

“It is time to reassess and realign your business strategy. Adapt to the current changes of doing business.

“The Industry 4.0 has the potential to transform the industries in many ways.

“Businesses can strive to improve productivity, efficiency, costs, quality and management in the face of IR4.0,” he said in his speech before opening ‘IR 4.0: Connected Factory’ showcase at ECA Advanced Solutions Sdn Bhd in Bukit Minyak today.

Ahmad Zakiyuddin said that the manufacturing industry was an important economic sector which had contributed about 22% of the nation’s gross domestic products (GDP) in the last five years.

“The growing manufacturing industry attracts investments, creates business opportunities and stimulates job creation.

“The manufacturing sector is expected to remain resilient next year,” he added.

Also present were Bukit Tambun assemblyman Goh Choon Aik, Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA) Penang director Yusni Md Yusop, Ministry of International Trade & Industry (MITI) regional office (Penang branch) director Clement Wong Chen Siong and ECA Advanced Solutions Sdn Bhd director Roger Ooi.
22/01/2020 8:52 PM
Elaine Tan Fourth victim dies from coronavirus in Wuhan

BEIJING: A fourth person has died from pneumonia in the central Chinese city of Wuhan following the outbreak of a new coronavirus, health authorities said.

The 89-year-old man developed symptoms on Jan 13 and was admitted to hospital five days later after he experienced severe breathing difficulties, the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission said in a statement yesterday.

He died on Jan 19.

The commission said the patient also had underlying health diseases such as hypertension, diabetes and coronary heart disease.

In a separate statement posted on its official Weibo account, the commission said 15 medical workers in the city had been diagnosed with pneumonia with one other suspected case.

Of the infected staff, one was in critical condition, it added.

Wuhan has designated nine hospitals for pneumonia treatment and 61 fever clinics to tackle the spread.

The city’s health commission published a list of the hospitals and clinics on its website.

A medical expert team has been set up, with 25 members from 10 provincial and municipal hospitals, according to the health commission.

On Monday, a high-level expert team of China’s National Health Commission confirmed people-to-

people transmission of the novel coronavirus and infections among medical staff.

Zhong Nanshan, a renowned respiratory expert and head of the team, said two cases in Guangdong province were confirmed to be people-to-people transmission.
22/01/2020 8:56 PM
THEREALDEAL “Beyond technical skills, universities also have a crucial role to play in ensuring soft skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving, leadership skills and lifelong learning are integrated across all programmes, so that graduates can cope with rapid changes in the industry and take charge of their own learning,” said Tan, adding that in reality, it takes years for programme syllabi to be updated at university and to keep track on what is current and changing within the industry.

She also noted that not many students took the initiative to take courses to get additional certifications relevant to the IR4.0 workplace, citing time constraints and a lack of value as their reasons.

While students and parents believe employers are looking to younger talents as technologically-savvy employees who will help them in their digital transformation, graduate respondents paint a different picture that there are organisations unwilling to adopt a new generation of talent, stating legacy issues and an unwillingness to adopt new processes as the key challenges faced in the workplace — pointing to a mismatch of expectations from graduates and the reality in the industry.

Tan said INTI has begun the process to equip future talents for the rapidly evolving technological workplace through innovative teaching and learning, and in developing strong industry partnerships with over 450 industry partners.

“Our initiatives will provide students with the experience and readiness for them to be integrated into the workforce, such as real-world employer projects, industry advisory boards, workshops, boot camps, industry-led competitions, short courses and internships where graduates would have gained some experience and insights on how to deal with current challenges when they enter the workforce. Some of the high-tech industry partners that we currently work with on these initiatives include IBM, Google, Alibaba GET, Dell and Glodon,” she said.

In addition to current initiatives, INTI offers Design Thinking as part of the required Mata Pelajaran Umum module across all bachelor’s degree programmes.

This module teaches students to analyse and develop solutions to real-life challenges, to achieve the best outcomes in an innovative and efficient manner.

“Through this module, students work closely with industry, gain exposure to current social issues, and develop their skills in research, presentation, teamwork and the ability to view challenges critically. The programme also empowers students to be socially-conscious while preparing for careers in a digitally-driven world,” Tan said.

INTI also continues to organise its Industry Advisory Boards, where members of faculty and industry meet to evaluate curriculum and the inclusion of industry trends in learning.

“These measures are part of acknowledging that education must change to meet the needs of a new digital era and through this, INTI continues to prepare future talents to be part of the IR4.0 workforce,” Tan remarked.

Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM), meanwhile, has been responsive and actively embarking on IR4.0 related initiatives for the past three years, starting from a campus-wide campaign and awareness drive in 2016.

The university has 13 Data Analytics Labs on various campuses for data camp training programmes that are open to students from all faculties as well as 21 Smart Classrooms that support the design and implementation of Active, Relevant, Interactive and Fun learning (ARIF).

Early this year, the university launched the Pioneering University Framework of UiTM to put forward the provision of High End TVET programmes where UiTM is to introduce emerging technology competencies in the diploma, degree and professional programmes such as Enabling Technologies for Industry 4.0 Revolution as stipulated by the National Policy on Industry 4.0 (Industry4WRD).

Its vice-chancellor, Emeritus Professor Dr Mohd Azraai Kassim, said: “This means that in general, an intuitive approach is taken in designing and developing a fluid, dynamic and organic curriculum”.

“Students are prepared to face the changing world, to be able to use their existing skills and quickly learn new ones to be participating members of society. Other than the 21st century competencies, students must be socially competent, adaptive competent, digital competent and must have a high level of personal competence,” he said.

To have these, the curriculum is built to be both industry and community relevant, with future proof content offered through multidisciplinary electives and academic programmes.

Most programmes have been revised to embed data analytics and/or any of the nine IR4.0 technological advances such as autonomous robots, simulation, system Integration, IoT, cybersecurity, cloud, augmented reality (AR), and additive manufacturing.
23/01/2020 10:09 AM
THEREALDEAL As an example, the undergraduate degree programmes at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering are built on flexible and organic curriculum where the students are exposed to special topics like Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things (IoT) and Robotics.

Elective and non-credit courses are offered across faculties, cross campuses and via multimodal delivery, with the intention of creating a more holistic approach in nurturing students. Such learning materials are provided online to enable easy access and to encourage collaboration with a diverse group of learners.
“To date, there are more than 500 Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) developed and completed in UiTM. By 2021, it is expected that there will be a proliferation of MOOCs and micro learning courses that will allow students to have a learning buffet, with a spread of courses that can be taken out of interest or for further certification in related fields.

“Credit transfer from courses taken from other universities or providers will be instituted to cater for the growing spirit of ubiquitous and distributed learning,” said Mohd Azraai.

He also highlighted that as part of UiTM’s provision of IR4.0, research and development has been and continues to be geared towards emerging technologies such as robotics and artificial intelligence.

The university has also drawn up an initiative branded as Education 5.0@UiTM that responds to IR4.0 while emphasising the humanistic part of education.

Education 5.0 is defined as a learning-centric ecosystem that is sustainable, balanced and principled, driven by values, powered by intellect and afforded by new, ubiquitous technologies.

UiTM deputy vice-chancellor (Academic and International) Professor Dr Mohamad Kamal Haron said the initiative focuses on placing the ownership of learning on learners. Nevertheless, he added, the approach emphasises instilling values and principles through less-prescriptive learning.

“Learning is also seamless and learning can happen anywhere, anytime, from any device, with and from anyone, and through any path. Thus learning experience can be designed to be diverse and of variety,” he said.


According to Digi chief human resource officer Elisabeth Stene, an IR4.0 workplace is one where employees are empowered to respond quickly to customers, conduct business responsibly and adopt technology to fuel business and work efficiency.

“This is supplemented by dynamic leaders, agile way of work, a strong emphasis on collaboration and a culture where learning is a permanent state to stay relevant. We believe that this is the foundation required for companies to go through disruption and transformation,” she said.

How far has IR4.0 been adapted in the workplace and is the IR4.0 workplace already in existence in Malaysia today?

Stene said the IR4.0 workplace is no longer a new concept as it’s been around for the past three to four years.

Many organisations in the region have indeed adapted and transformed themselves into an IR4.0 workplace, and Digi is one of them.

“We’ve digitalised our core operations and ensured that our people embraced the change well. For such a large-scale transformation, it is crucial to foster the right mindset and culture across the organisation.

“From the onset, we instilled in our people the right mindset — that digital transformation is not just an IT project but a company-wide agenda, sponsored by the entire senior leadership — and the right values that drove a change in our culture.

“I’m pleased to say that we are now reaping the benefits from our digital transformation that enabled Digi to be an IR4.0 workplace today,” said Stene.

Feon Ang, vice president of Talent and Learning Solutions, Asia-Pacific at LinkedIn, meanwhile, observed that both traditional and tech industries are adopting new technologies such as AI and automation to improve operations, introduce new products and services, and provide a better experience for their customers.

“While employers are looking for talent with hard skills in these technologies, it’s soft skills that continue to be important across jobs and industries. Investing in the right talents who have both skill sets is what’s important for the company,” she said.


Stene noted it is encouraging that most universities in Malaysia have already started ensuring that their curricula is integrated with subjects that are relevant in preparing students for the IR4.0 workplace.

“Higher education institutes should balance theory with practical experience — encourage internships, experiential learning and develop curriculum via partnerships with corporates.

“In return, corporates too should be open and provide opportunities for students to experience the challenges and change their way of working due to Industry 4.0 as these students are the future workforce,” she said.
23/01/2020 10:10 AM
THEREALDEAL Ang, meanwhile, opined that the most important thing is to encourage everyone to have a growth mindset — especially when they have completed their schooling.

“Learning doesn’t stop at schools. In fact, in schools, we are learning how to learn, as well as understanding and finding our paths. With this, it also takes commitment by the broader ecosystem — from government, companies and education institutions — to help bring this to fruition.

“From a skills perspective, it will be challenging to adapt curriculum solely to cope with hard skills changes. If there’s one thing we’d suggest, the biggest skills gap is soft skills. From leadership, creativity to problem-solving, these are skills that will last for life,” she said.

From the higher education point of view, Tan said being the main provider of competencies needed by graduates for IR4.0, universities must re-evaluate their current offerings.

“Among the skills needed to thrive in IR4.0 are the mastery of key IT skills to enable students to enhance their career prospects.

“For example, a business student should learn how to maximise e-commerce as most business platforms are currently leveraging on the many benefits and success of the e-commerce scene.

“Quantity surveying students should learn how to use building information modelling (BIM) software as most building and construction firms use BIM to improve productivity, promote better collaboration and communication and mitigate risks,” she elaborated.

There should be greater collaboration between higher education and industry partners to enhance curriculum and ensure its relevance to current market demands.

“When students learn current trends in the industry by participating in employer projects, industry-led competitions or internships, they pick up essential skills and knowledge to help them in their future careers.

“Students should also focus on the development of personal skill sets alongside academic excellence. The development of personal skills sets such as teamwork, adaptability to change, ability to communicate effectively and having a mindset for lifelong learning are the competencies that will enable students to remain relevant, regardless of the roles or industries they enter,” she said.
23/01/2020 10:10 AM
23/01/2020 10:11 AM
huntertee Dump this stock guys! Its a conman stock. Only going one way which is down
23/01/2020 10:20 AM
Ryuone89 Agree!
23/01/2020 11:04 AM
SimLawrence This coming QR sure die, better all exit now, don't consider this counter anymore, cut loss and run.. There are many more good counters. Save your capital.
23/01/2020 1:02 PM
SimLawrence Stupid fatty ugly Liew, wish your whole family die in this chinese new year, your children all kena bang by serious accident, no more kids for u, left u fatty Liew alone till u old and die. GONG SEI NEI HAM KA CAN!!!
23/01/2020 1:11 PM
SimLawrence And ur parents and all relatives die on 1st day of CNY
23/01/2020 1:12 PM
SimLawrence Wish all dreams come true.. Amen!!
23/01/2020 1:12 PM
CharMing 呸!!!穷鬼公司。。没本事
23/01/2020 2:16 PM
Simone1988 Elaine Tan Buy very low. Sell very high. That is what I always try to do.

I queued buy since, GOOD SIGN INDEED!!

Just now remmiser called to say my queue at buy for 0.295 sen finally matched

I bought till no more fund.
Now will sell others to collect more and more arbb shares!

NOW 0.275. HOW?
23/01/2020 4:02 PM
Simone1988 See you at 0.21
23/01/2020 4:04 PM
ahwong i lose 200k on this.
23/01/2020 4:07 PM
brucechun Look like dont know where is the bottom price .. 0.13 ?
They might need to change of strategy cannot only depend on IOT, maybe can explore other section of ICT/IT that is profitable...

Maybe like Revenue with PE50 .... then share price will be sky high...
23/01/2020 4:18 PM
ahwong Post removed. Why?
23/01/2020 4:20 PM
23/01/2020 8:59 PM
huntertee I lost rm20000 also. Its a conman stock. Sell!
23/01/2020 9:04 PM
firehawk The dangerous part --- Receivable very high, if can't collect from the clients, would become impairment loss .... is possible also fabricated transactions, hv good business, BUT ..... :-(
24/01/2020 9:38 AM
CartoonInvesting Always Run Before Burnt . Happy Chinese New Year. HUNTERTEE and Ahwong, hope that you make up your losses.
24/01/2020 10:18 AM
ahwong Post removed. Why?
24/01/2020 12:53 PM
calvintaneng ahwong

Calvin best advise to you: Go buy Netx (0020) at 2 sen and hold for 1 year. Sure recover from all your losses
24/01/2020 12:57 PM
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24/01/2020 1:49 PM
kenny chua you can go holland with your netx calvintanasswipe
24/01/2020 2:04 PM
Elaine Tan happy chinese new year, 恭喜发财 to all arbb7181 good investors!

Digital transformation in an old field

IT may be Sunday morning, but you’ll find Nguyen Viet Hung enjoying a coffee, and of course, keep up-to-date with work as he fastidiously checks his smart phone.

At 24 years old, Hung entered Vietnam’s startup community with a debut business named ColorME.

Entering the market five years ago, ColorME offers graphic design courses for young adults at VND500,000 (RM88.13) each.

“It is not a new idea, ” Hung said. “Similar courses have appeared for so long before ColorME.”

Starting up with 45 first trainees who were recruited via a simple Facebook event, his company now teaches 1,000 trainees a month at its four branches, three in Hanoi and one in Ho Chi Minh City.

“After the lightning success of the first batch, the second one witnessed a boom in attendance registration with more than 100 people, ” he said. “This was a eureka moment and I felt the urge to develop an inclusive electronic platform as soon as possible.”

“It is not a zero-sum game, as I started low-key, others can do exactly the same. The problem only comes when your business grows bigger and administrative duties are no longer effective to be implemented manually. You will need an app that helps you cover all the paperwork, present data in the most digestible way for easy tracking and monitoring.”

After five years, the app now has a friendly user interface with minimal layouts running smoothly even in low mobile data mode.

Both trainers and trainees use the system to check in, check out, access to the cloud library, upload products, write and get comments.

“We are trying to detail features and enhance experiences of users as much as possible, ” Hung said.

While trainees can learn anytime, anywhere based on their interests and abilities, their feedback is collected and sorted into key words, becoming an important resource for ColorME team to continuously reflect and update syllabuses to best satisfy changing demands.

Instead of investing into fingerprint machines, the company allows staff to scan QR codes for checking in and checking out which requires location, Wifi connection and registered devices.

Data collected will help to calculate workers’ salary at the end of the month based on their performance.

“The process, commonly known as digital transformation, enables a small company like us to save a lot of money, keep the payroll small and efficient and offer more added value for customers, ” Hung said.

“It feels like we set foot in a field where many others cultivated. How to perfect services and how to grow sustainably, those questions keep echoing in our heads. A capable tool, I think, is our answer.”

Vietnam has set an ambitious goal to have one million enterprises in the first year of the new decade.

Bui Tat Thang, former head of Development Strategies Institute under Ministry of Planning and Investment, stressed innovation as the key for the country’s startup community.

“Vietnam has jumped ten places in the 2019 Global Competitive Index while innovation has been considered as a breakthrough in its ten-year development strategy from 2021 to 2030, ” he said.

“The government needs more assistance policies to unleash the potential of private enterprises, especially technology-based start-ups, at the same time, creating favourable conditions which uphold transparency and accountability for them to develop, ” Thang added.

ColorME has just had its first venture round and gotten support from 18 investors. In the next five years, the company expects to expand to other markets in the region.

“But first, we will start 2020 by launching an e-learning subscription package at VND100,000 per month which offers users courses on demand and the huge resource of some 1,000 articles on graphic design.

The beta version is now being experienced by some 2,000 people, ” Hung said.

“To us, it is a constant progress of trial and error to gradually scale up the company. With the digital platform as a backbone, our aspiration is to simplify operational procedures to a level which allows the instant deployment of courses in a foreign country, ” he said.

“As innovation takes time, we are going on a restless journey.”
24/01/2020 2:08 PM
Elaine Tan Leading index shows better momentum for economy

Chief statistician Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Uzir Mahidin (pic) said the LI registered an annual growth of 1.1% in November 2019 to 120.1 points from 118.8 points recorded in the previous year. "The main components driving the 1.3 points shift were real imports of semiconductors and real money supply, M1."

KUALA LUMPUR: The Statistics Department's leading index (LI) shows the economy is expected to chart better momentum in the January to May period of 2020.

Chief Statistician Datuk Seri Dr. Mohd Uzir Mahidin said on Friday the LI predicts the movement of the overall economic direction over the next few months.

“ The LI registered an annual growth of 1.1% in November 2019 to 120.1 points from 118.8 points recorded in the previous year. The main components driving the 1.3 points shift were real imports of semiconductors and real money supply, M1, ” he said a statement.

Despite a slight decrease in the month to month percentage change of 0.2%, the growth rate of LI (smoothed) remained above trend to show better economic momentum in the first five months of 2020, he added.

The anticipated economic direction for Malaysia is in line with the expected economic performance for China and Australia provided by the OECD Composite Leading Index.
24/01/2020 2:10 PM
andychin888 Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng said

"The government is investing heavily into IR 4.0 INDUSTRIES"

Govt is the brain and power behind IR 4.0 INDUSTRIES

Nobody in Malaysia can stop this

Nothing in the world is as powerful as an idea whose time has arrived

This must be done. Not should be done or may be done.

Survive or die.

So either you invest in ARBB(7181) or you invest in other things which won't do as well
24/01/2020 2:14 PM
andychin888 BY THE WAY

I added more ARBB(7181)next week

As long as price not yet run I will buy more and more.

24/01/2020 2:16 PM
huntertee Throw all the shares in this counter. Conmen company
24/01/2020 5:32 PM
靓女 phoon phoon happy chinese new year to dato larry liew and all arb investors!
25/01/2020 8:50 PM
Elaine Tan hi there, happy chinese new year to all great arb investors!

Malaysia on track to become Southeast Asian hub on big data & analytics

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is making steady progress in becoming a big data and analytics (BDA) hub in Southeast Asia.

Malaysian Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) chief executive officer (CEO) Datuk Yasmin Mahmood said there are 22 multinational BDA companies from six countries currently setup in Malaysia as of August 2016.

“These include IHS Markit and SiteCore. In addition to this, Fusionex and Data Micron are among the Malaysian companies which have expanded globally,” she said while officiating Big Data Week Asia 2016 today.

Yasmin said that there are 32 BDA companies in total that have exported their services/solutions and 47 BDA start-ups continuously innovating and testing cutting-edge technology in the big data analysis sector.

In terms of addressing talent gap in Asia, MDEC and its key strategic partners have been actively building industry-university partnerships to groom and nurture talent in big data and analytics.

“In addition to introducing postgraduate courses on data science, undergraduate IT-related degrees with data science specialisation are also being introduced,” she said.

Malaysia aims to produce 2,000 data scientists and 16,000 data professionals by 2020.

Currently there are over 300 data scientists in Malaysia, both local and foreign.

“With the support of our partners – Cloudera, Coursera and TheCADs, we are producing data scientists through innovative working models that including forging industry-university collaborations and formulation of industry relevant curriculum,” Yasmin said.

She added that there were 70 data scientists last year who emerged from the model representing corporate multinational companies (MNC), government-linked companies and startups.

Big Data Week Asia 2016 is a week-long congregation at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre initiated by both MDEC and Olygen Sdn Bhd.

The event is part of MDEC’s effort to catalyse digital innovation ecosystems in expanding opportunities in the area of BDA.

The event will host 3,500 participants from across Asean, 84 world-class speakers, 38 leading exhibitors, 41 sponsors and 17 satellite events focused on building a data-driven Asean.

Kuala Lumpur is the 2016 city partner of Global Big Data Week and the congregation has been officially recognised as the biggest in Asia this year.

Some of the speakers at the event include international thought leaders such as Harvard Business School Professor Karim R. Lakhani, director of Centre of Data Innovation in the US, Daniel Castro, Cloudera co-founder Amr Awadallah and Cornell University data scientist Lutz Finger, along with a host of regional and local speakers.

gong xi fatt chai everyone!
25/01/2020 8:56 PM
nurfarhan We invest not by looking at past losses
We invest by looking at future profit from ir 4.0 thrust which is the game changer for ARB7181

Same thing was done when WE invested in GREATECH when it's price at 70 sen

Now GREATECH is up by 300%

So success in GREATECH will be repeated in ARB7181
25/01/2020 9:03 PM
THEREALDEAL On an auspicious day time to visit relatives and celebrate happily

Great visit and delicious food

All stay happy Stay healthy

Health is wealth

Very very Blessed this Chinese New Year

Salute Arbb7181 Bravo Arbb7181

Dato Larry Liew and the whole Arbb7181 crew members

we wish you all 恭喜发财 身体健康 万事如意!
25/01/2020 9:10 PM
IvanC already 0.26 -_-"' lucky didn't touch this counter. You cannot compare ARBB with GREATECH. ARBB is project base, which margin is low. If ARBB core is IT business, they should not move HQ to Tawau, which impossible to get IT expert there. And not good for company profile also. Due to margin level didn't match with industry, very high chance they are doing fake account. There is many good stock out there. We should avoid this no matter how good is ARBB.
28/01/2020 12:26 PM

ARB Bhd is setting up a 51:49 JV with Orange Social Media Sdn Bhd (OSM) to develop and implement an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system platform. ARB will act as the sole contractor, consultant and manager to handle all relevant resources, as well as provide the ERP system software, software customisation and other relevant operations. OSM will market the platform to business owners and provide the JV with access to relevant information and documents.


28/01/2020 1:19 PM
Elaine Tan At least people are buying and buying and buying and accumulating & accumulating



In spite of so many naysayers with ill will ARBB will continue to grow in the face of skepticism

ARBB will go up by IR 4.0 BULL CHARGING

So keep strong
28/01/2020 1:23 PM
Elaine Tan At least people are buying and buying and buying and accumulating & accumulating



In spite of so many naysayers with ill will ARBB will continue to grow in the face of skepticism

ARBB will go up by IR 4.0 BULL CHARGING

So keep strongYou must be the change you wish to see in the world.

Live for what’s worth dying for, and leverage technology to create the world you wish to see.

God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,

the courage to change the things I can,

and the wisdom to know the difference.Happy happy day arb investors!
28/01/2020 1:25 PM
Elaine Tan 恭喜发财,万事如意,步步高升 to all arb7181 investors!
28/01/2020 1:26 PM
firehawk Sohai, how much hv u loss now?
28/01/2020 1:38 PM
Simone1988 Now ARBB is down to 0.26. How?
28/01/2020 3:34 PM
WheatStrawMaterial Bought @ 0.32 previously, decided to cut loss at 0.305 cuz smell smth fishy...
Now it's 0.26.... So glad that I decided to ignore all these promoters
28/01/2020 5:01 PM
huntertee These promoters is most probably a one person trooper behind several accounts hired by the director. Notice all their post copy pasting stupid long articles without any value
28/01/2020 5:08 PM
Double_K That's right, what they write is against the real world .. so cunning to trap people with their writing..so be careful ..
28/01/2020 5:30 PM
ThegreedZ cashless....
28/01/2020 5:35 PM


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 ESCERAM 0.35+0.09 


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