BINTULU PORT HOLDINGS BHD

KLSE (MYR): BIPORT (5032)

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Last Price

6.05

Today's Change

-0.34 (5.32%)

Day's Change

6.05 - 6.50

Trading Volume

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shpg22

Overvalued company with mediocre performance.
Fair price 2.60 @ P/E 12x & P/B 1.0x

2018-09-27 12:00

KLCI King

No matter how good or how bad on this company, you will find yourself not able to buy or sell much

2018-12-05 10:37

LouiseS

The new Samalaju Industrial Port starting operation contributes to the company revenue growth in 2017.
Bintulu Port has the advantage of natural deep-sea feature, is the third largest port in Malaysia and is the nations's only liquified natural gas export terminal, which contributes 54% of total cargo throughput, also is the largest palm oil products exporting terminal in Malaysia, handling 25% of total palm oil export.

https://louisesinvesting.blogspot.com/2019/01/comments-on-bintulu-port-holdings.html

2019-01-03 23:15

LouiseS

Last 5 years EPS unstable and fluctuated significantly, from lowest point of 22sen to highest point of 34sen, PE ratio at 19, ROE 8.6%, and dividend yield is at 4.08%.

https://louisesinvesting.blogspot.com/2019/02/preliminary-screening-of-counters-with.html

2019-02-16 16:49

Hindsight Master

Company with strong competitive advantage and growth driver. Check out the Chinese release on Biport here. https://youtu.be/HwGiQUqXP8Y

2019-02-22 22:15

Hindsight Master

Congratulations to all BIPORT shareholders, kindly check out the English release on Biport yesterday. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2MDhQGHJ5I

2019-02-27 17:50

Kwong2018

Big fish collecting....something happing.

2019-09-23 13:22

79vloy

4.0 easy come...

2019-10-02 08:50

ahteck85

A monopoly... hope it is not implicated by the political tussle.

2019-12-04 16:21

shpg22

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.

2019-12-08 09:46

Edmund Dominos

So quiet here. Anyone invest in this stock?

2020-01-12 13:55

stingray_ea

Hoooland boat

2020-02-19 14:30

Luckyman95

Nice counter I keep

2020-05-25 12:00

gnail

biport is now double bottom, uptrend coming.

2020-10-02 01:38

DreamCustodian

Up 4.05%

2020-10-02 02:06

DreamCustodian

Okay also la

2020-10-02 02:06

DreamCustodian

Boleh juga la

2020-10-02 02:06

DreamCustodian

Very good

2020-10-02 02:07

DreamCustodian

Excellent

2020-10-02 02:07

DreamCustodian

Well done

2020-10-02 02:07

DreamCustodian

Congratulations

2020-10-02 02:07

DreamCustodian

Keep up the good work

2020-10-02 02:08

gnail

jkm lng spot price over 5k now, lng good, lng up trend now.

2020-10-09 17:07

beluga

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).

2021-01-29 14:53

wallstreetrookie

Westports, Bintulu Ports in focus

2021-08-23 07:52

Bgt 9963

Post removed.Why?

2021-08-23 08:54

wallstreetrookie

buy

2021-10-25 08:43

DarenWai

Post removed.Why?

2021-10-31 17:29

Joseph23

Post removed.Why?

2021-11-03 17:13

SincereStock

considering without further pandemic complication, logistic should be bullish onward

2021-12-08 09:16

Michael Kwok

Price5.15-5.25
Downgrade bport below 4.20.
30/8/2022 10.42pm

2022-08-30 22:41

SmallCapAsia

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/

2022-11-02 11:39

wallstreetrookieNEW

Nah, I am watching as well

2023-01-03 09:50

tedoptimus

用数据预测BIPORT 2022Dec 的业绩
https://youtu.be/x1CMXAxqTaE

2023-02-03 21:26

Dakewlest

Why drop 15sen?

2023-04-15 02:26

speakup

From rm3 to now rm5 it is not under perform

2023-07-19 12:18

plumberi3

How will BPA perform after the handover to the Sarawak state govt? Worse, same or better? And why?

In my layman's view, top management will change with a mix of experienced staff and some politically linked staff. My guess is, that most will be Sarawakians. Vision is likely to stay the same. Execution may be different. As shareholders, how will the handover change result in better values? Your view? Only some senior insiders benefit from this?

2023-12-05 09:22

rohank71

I think Swak will take care of themselves vs the shareholders... like how EPF is selling also....with Ur post today U could see some BIG Insti/ retail want to sell. This stock is a dead.

2023-12-07 05:06

plumberi3

Reasons why the big boys are selling? What are the negative things about the takeover that only they know? BPA has the monopoly here and thus can reap $$$$$. I bought BPA years back mainly because of the dividends. Now not that attractive wrt dividend. Capital growth is also not that impressive now. But I still want to know what they can do with the takeover to benefit the shareholders.

2023-12-10 20:32

Nepo

lonely rider here..
wondering how is the QR..?
last day to announce..poor people always need to let the way for the Rich and Powerful Guys to pass through the road..😢😢😢

2 months ago

Nepo

wh..what...what is going on..?
today (22 Mar 2024)..virtually no buy q..sell q only have 2 lots only @ RM 5.89..5.90
is it the beginning of perform storm..?😣

2 months ago

Nepo

He added that Petronas and other sources have agreed to increase the supply of gas from 450 million cubic feet to 1,200 million cubic feet for Bintulu.

Abang Johari said the increase is due to the clear direction of the state government in the development of gas-based industries.

He said with the take-over of Bintulu Port by the state government from Putrajaya this year, Bintulu’s economy is expected to be more vibrant.

He said the federal government is due to table a Bill in Parliament in June this year to repel the Bintulu Port Act to enable the port to be returned to Sarawak.

“I have a plan for the port, but I will reveal it at the right time later.

“Hopefully, when we take over the port, it will become an important hub in South-east Asia,” the premier said.

Abang Johari stressed that after Kuching, Bintulu will be next to have an autonomous rapid transit (ART) system.

He added a feasibility study on the ART line from Samalaju to Bintulu is ongoing by a team engaged by the state government.

1 month ago

Nepo

KUCHING (April 18): Bintulu Port Holdings Bhd (Bintulu Port) is expected to benefit from the prolific projects in Sarawak, which are expected to achieve economic growth between 5 to 6 per cent in 2024.

Analysts at AmInvestment Bank Bhd (AmInvestment Bank) guided that several ongoing and upcoming projects in Sarawak are expected to benefit Bintulu Port’s operations in the long run.

In the medium-term, they guide that Sarawak Petrochem’s methanol project is expected to commence its first shipment in July 2024 and that the project is estimated to contribute an additional monthly average of 1,00l tonnes of cargo.

“In the same month, Bintulu Port will facilitate the first shipment of Biomass Raw Energy Hot Tropical Grass, adding 10,000 tonnes of liquid bulk volume monthly,” they added.

The combined total additional to liquid bulk throughput for FY24 is estimated to be 660k tonnes, says AmInvestment Bank.

That said the analyst notes that this is not a very significant increase as liquid bulk which accounts for 70 per cent of Bintulu Port’s total cargo throughput in 2023 is made up of 73 per cent LNG cargo while the remaining 27 per cent is from non-LNG liquids like methanol.

In the longer-term, the Bintulu International Container Terminal (BICT) is expected to benefit from additional medical glove shipments from the Sarawak Medical Innovation Technology Hub (SMITH) in FY25 with Phase 1A of the SMITH slated to be operational by the end of FY24.

One of the most prolific projects expected to benefit Bintulu Ports is Sarawak’s push for a green hydrogen economy which is in line with the National Energy Transition (NETR).

Thus far, there are two ongoing mega hydrogen-focused projects at the Sarawak hydrogen Hub in Bintulu and Rembus Depot.

They are the H2ornbill project partnered with Japanese Eneos and Sumitomo Corporation and H2biscus partnered with South Korean Samsung Engineering, Posco and Lottle Chemical.

The H2ornbill project seeks to develop two clean hydrogen-producing plants while the H2biscus project aims to develop hydrogen derivative facilities.

“H2ornbill and H2biscus projects are expected to produce a combined 240,000 tonnes per annum of green hydrogen, making the Sarawak Hydrogen Hub, one of the largest producers of clean energy globally. The 2 projects are envisaged to be operational in Bintulu Petchem Industrial Park in 2027,” the analyst shared.

This is expected to benefit Bintulu Ports tremendously as the export of hydrogen to both Japan and South Korea will use Bintulu Port’s shipping equipment and port facilities.

In a separate development, AmInvestment Bank believes that the mooted Trans Borneo Railway project that will link Sabah, Sarawak, Brunei and Kalimantan will be an economic catalyst for the Borneo region.

However, it is still early days as beyond a feasibility study approved by the federal government on routes within Sabah and Sarawak, there has been no agreement or expressed interest among the governments of Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei to collaboratively build the Kalimantan-Borneo railway.

1 month ago

Nepo

lonely rider here..

1 month ago

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