Wednesday, 7 August 2013
Boilerm: Has It Over-boiled?
If you missed the slow and steady growth of QL Resources, now you might have a second chance.
As QL's associate company acquired in 2010, Boilermech has been listed in the ACE market in May 2011 with an IPO price of just 33sen. Boilermech's largest shareholder is QL Green Resources, who owns about 39% of Boilermech. Boilermech's chairman Chia Song Kun is also QL's managing director, who is the soul in QL.
So far, Boilermech's revenue & net profit continue to grow from 2009 to 2013 without interruption, and its share price consistently heads north, just like what QL has achieved. For FY13 ended Mac 2013, it recorded a revenue and net profit of RM165.8mil & RM23.7mil respectively, up 10.8% & 23.1% compared to FY2012 despite its FY2013 has only 11 months due to change of financial year end. With this kind of result, it has certainly fulfilled the criteria to transfer to main board and it is just a matter of time that this news will be announced.
Boilermech involves in the design, manufacturing and service of biomass boilers, mainly in the palm oil milling industry. Does it still have room to grow from here?
Biomass: greener & cheaper energy
To expand its capacity, Boilermech has recently completed the acquisition of a factory nearby its existing factory in Subang. Its production capacity is expected to rise from 5 boilers/mth to at least 8/mth by August 2013, and 10/mth by year end 2013. With the increase in capacity, it is believed that Boilermech can continue to grow for the next one year or two. It may also expand its reach to other countries in the future besides Malaysia and Indonesia.
Despite a small cap growth stock, Boilermech pays dividend too. It has just announced dividend of 2sen per share for FY2013, which represent a payout of 21.8% from FY2013 net profit. The dividend payout for FY2012 stands at 20%. However, due to the escalating share price at RM1.60 currently, the dividend yield is just a mere 1.25%. But if you started to buy Boilermech's share at 79sen at the beginning of its FY2013 (April 2012), then the yield will be 2.5%.
Boilermech's main office
Today Boilermech's share price surge again to RM1.67, PE ratio 18.2 from FY2013 earning, and its share price has increased 380% from its IPO just a little more than 2 years ago, is it still worth to collect? I wish to, but money not enough...