KLSE (MYR): BIPORT (5032)
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What has happened to this stock which has gone down recently with no rebound indication? Any hints?
Big fish collecting....something happing.
Top two giant shareholders are fighting for ownership?
4.0 easy come...
A monopoly... hope it is not implicated by the political tussle.
Performance is mediocre despite all the advantages + continuous drops in dividend payout over 10 years from high of 40.95 cent to 14.00 now.
So quiet here. Anyone invest in this stock?
Nice counter I keep
biport is now double bottom, uptrend coming.
Okay also la
Boleh juga la
Keep up the good work
jkm lng spot price over 5k now, lng good, lng up trend now.
I like port businesses. It's sort of a monopoly one. I like MMC, Suria, Westport, Bintulu. All Malaysia listed companies. In terms of attractive valuations, the one that trade at big discount at the moment I think is MMC and Suria Bhd (all Sabah ports).
Westports, Bintulu Ports in focus
considering without further pandemic complication, logistic should be bullish onward
Downgrade bport below 4.20.
Bintulu port is a stable and profitable stock to ride out the volatility. Check out other stocks here: https://www.smallcapasia.com/7-stable-malaysia-stocks-for-nov-2022/
Renewal of Bintulu Port’s concession underway. The concession will expire on 31 Dec 2022, with the option to extend for another 30 years to 2052. The extension has been approved in principle, and BiPort as well as Bintulu Port Authority are in the midst of finalising the terms and conditions for the new concession agreement. An interim agreement was signed for 6 months from 1 Jan 2023. We expect the terms to be finalised by the expiry of this interim agreement.
We believe that would be a hike in tariffs upon the renewal of the concession. Bintulu Port’s average terminal handling charges are significantly lower than Samalaju Industrial Port (Exhibit 7). Likewise, Bintulu Port’s terminal handling charges for its containers are also lower than peers (Exhibit 8). Recall that Bintulu Port’s general cargo tariffs were last revised 39 years ago in 1983 while container tariffs were raised 23 years ago in 1999.
I topped up some @ RM 4.78, half of my collection.
Anyone also bought in?
no one buy?
i am the only one who stay here to support this share..
Nah, I am watching as well
At this price RM 4.80, definitely worth to buy it.
Waiting to plumpet and top up another half
用数据预测BIPORT 2022Dec 的业绩
A13. Significant Events
The 30-years concession period of Bintulu Port Sdn. Bhd. (BPSB) under the Privatisation Agreement ended on 31st December 2022. The Government through Unit Kerjasama Awam Swasta (UKAS) vide letter dated 8 October 2014 had in principle approved the extension of concession for BPSB to operate Bintulu Port for another 30 years (2023 – 2052) subject to terms and conditions to be agreed upon by the parties.
On 24 November 2022, an Interim Agreement was signed between Government of Malaysia, Bintulu Port Authority and BPSB which allows BPSB to continue the operation, management, maintenance and provision of operational facilities and services of the port undertakings within the Demised Property at Bintulu Port on an interim basis and upon the same terms and conditions of the Privatisation Agreement for a period of six (6) months or until the terms and conditions of the new concession is concluded.
The parties are still in the midst of negotiating the terms and conditions of the new concession agreement.
There were no material events subsequent to the end of the reporting period that have not been reflected in the financial statements.
We like BIPORT for: (i) its steady income stream from handling LNG cargoes for Malaysia LNG Sdn Bhd (that typically makes up close to 50% of its total profit), (ii) it could potentially enjoy a step-up in earnings if Bintulu Port is granted a significant hike in its port tariffs, and (iii) the tremendous growth potential of Samalaju Industrial Port backed by rising investment in heavy industries in Samalaju Industrial Park. Maintain OUTPERFORM.
Risks to our call include: (i) inability of Bintulu Port to secure an adequate port tariff hike to offset escalating operating cost, and (ii) a global recession hurting heavy industries in Samalaju Industrial Park.
Source: Kenanga Research - 1 Mar 2023
2 months ago
Bintulu Port concession expired on 31 Dec 2022 with the option to extend for another 30 years until 2052. The extension has been approved in principle, and BiPort and Bintulu Port Authority are in the midst of finalising the terms and conditions for the new concession agreement.
An interim agreement was signed on 24 Nov 2022 for 6 months from 1 Jan 2023 onwards. We expect the terms to be finalised – with a potential tariff revision – by 30 Jun 2023.
Looking ahead, we have pencilled in a 4% growth in FY23F throughput volume. We are optimistic on BiPort’s outlook due to (i) the strong and resilient demand for LNG as Europe aims to reduce its dependency on Russian gas; (ii) the growth potential of Samalaju Industrial Port, underpinned by the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy; and (iii) stable earnings and dividend yields.
Key risks are (i) macroeconomic and geopolitical uncertainties affecting LNG demand; and (ii) port congestions which may depress throughput volume.
The stock currently trades at an attractive FY23F PE of 17.9x, below its 5-year peak of over 20x.
Source: AmInvest Research - 1 Mar 2023
2 months ago
Why no one interested in this counter, except me
1 month ago
Going forward, Mohammad Medan said from a business outlook perspective BPHB is excited about the prospects offered by three memoranda of understanding (MoUs) its units signed with different companies last year.
One of the MoUs inked was between BPSB with Sarawak Shell Bhd and PTT Exploration and Production Public Co Ltd to collaborate on the storage and handling of sulphur at Bintulu Port.
A second tripartite MoU between Bintulu Port Authority, BPSB and Sarawak Petchem Sdn Bhd is for the establishment and operation of a methanol jetty, which will help Bintulu Port to diversify its liquid cargo business from 2024 onwards.
A third MoU was between Samalaju Industrial Port Sdn Bhd (SIPSB) and ZR Industrial Group Sdn Bhd, which is currently developing an integrated steel plant in Samalaju Industrial Park.
SIPSB operates the Samalaju Industrial Port, which was designed and built to handle the incoming and outgoing cargo for the Samalaju Industrial Park, which caters mainly to energy intensive industries like aluminium smelters and ferroalloys.
According to Mohammad Medan, SIPSB recorded a more than 10-fold increase in containers throughput to nearly 8,000 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) in 2022 from 724 TEUs in 2021).
BPSB, on the other hand, recorded container throughput of 364,169 TEUs in 2022 against 355,700 TEUs in 2021.
1 month ago
Why drop 15sen?
1 month ago
This is reason why it drops RM 0.15
1 month ago
Bintulu Port itself has been regularly paying healthy dividends and is sitting on a cash pile of RM735 million as well as RM380 million in short-term securities that can be easily liquidated. Effectively, almost half of Bintulu Port’s market capitalisation of RM2.3 billion is represented by the cash and short-term securities that the company holds.
Clearly, its share price is underperforming. Why is that the case?
1 month ago