Review of Operations Solar Renewable Energy Projects
The Group had participated in Large Scale Solar 3 tender bids in the financial year ended 2019. The management team who took part in the tender bid have gained enormous experience from the bidding process which helps to enhance their skill and expertise for other large scale solar tender bids in future.
The Group is venturing into a new solar renewable energy business segment, namely Supply Agreement with Renewable Energy, and had registered and obtained approval as investor with Sustainable Energy Development Authority. The Group targets to attain higher growth in revenue and net profit in solar renewable energy business with this new business segment.
Warehousing in Wujiang, PRC
On 19 December 2019, Integrated Logistics (H.K.) Limited, an indirect 70%-owned subsidiary of ILB, had entered into a conditional Share Sale Agreement with SWJ CN Logiport Pte. Ltd. to dispose off the entire 65% equity interest in Integrated Etern Logistics (Suzhou) Co. Limited for a total purchase consideration of RM128.7 million or approximately RMB217.2 million, subject to adjustment sum.
The proceeds expected from the proposed disposal will provide more capital to the Group for the funding of the Group’s working capital and expansion plan which may include (but not limited to) additional solar renewable energy projects where the Group sees growing contribution for the Group’s revenue and profit from the solar energy sector in the years to come.
Warehousing in Dubai, UAE
On 13 February 2019, the Company had entered into a Share Sale Agreement with National Trading & Developing Est. to dispose off the entire 50% equity interest in Integrated National Logistics DWCLLC (“SSA”) for a total purchase consideration of RM50.4 million or approximately United Arab Emirates (“UAE”) Dirhams (“AED”) 45.0 million. The Company had completed the disposal on 2 July 2019.
INL’s accumulated losses since its incorporation up to FYE 2018 amounted to RM146.1 million or approximately AED131.7 million. The projected revenue of INL is also not expected to improve in the near future. ILB will cease to inject future funding into INL and share recurring operating losses of INL going forward.
BT Investment Capital has sued ILB Group Berhad for oppression following ILB’s announcement to fully fund an RM15.9 million proposed acquisition of nine parcels of commercial land with shop lots via issuance of 37,780,000 new ordinary shares which will dilute existing shareholders’ shareholding.
The new information has revealed that ILB’s executive director and chief executive officer Tee Tuan Sem and the seller Impian Nuri Sdn Bhd’s major shareholders and directors Tan Chek Siong (51%) and Tan Chek Een (19%) are actually extended family related through marriage.
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