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Old December 21st, 2012, 08:07 AM   #1
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FCW mulls development of Segambut land

By Ho Ching-Ling of The Edge Financial Daily


Friday, 21 December 2012 12:26


KUALA LUMPUR: FCW Holdings Bhd is finally taking a step forward to unlock the value of its Jalan Segambut land. It is now in the early planning stages of building a mixed development on the 16-acre tract.

"At this point in time nothing is firm but we are considering our plans and options. It'll probably be a mix of commercial and residential, but once we have firmed up our plans we'll make the necessary announcements," Thor Poh Seng, non-executive director of FCW, told reporters after the company AGM yesterday.

FCW had acquired the land from its sister company, Goh Ban Huat Bhd, in 2007 for RM86 million cash and subsequently leased it back to GBH for its warehousing needs.

FCW and GBH are associated via major shareholder and chairman Tan Sri Robert Tan Hua Choon, who owns 25% in FCW and 74.3% in GBH.

Given the land's proximity to other prime locations like Mont'Kiara, Jalan Kuching and Jalan Ipoh, investors and market observers have long been expecting its redevelopment.

Thor said the expiration of its leasing agreement with GBH in November had given the group an opportunity to start considering its redevelopment options.

"The plan for redevelopment has always been there since we bought it but it's a matter of timing, when we can maximise the value of the land. Considering the prime location of the land and the proximity to Mont'Kiara and Jalan Kuching, there is great potential for redevelopment," Thor said.

Aside from its investment holding business, the group is also involved in contract manufacturing of toiletries and cosmetic products, which it is also hoping to expand overseas.

"We have already secured contracts with some multinational companies in Indonesia and India and we're looking for more opportunities in other Southeast Asian countries. Currently, about 5% of our manufacturing business consists of exports but we're looking to double that to 10% next year," said Thor.

Based on its 2012 annual report, FCW's contract manufacturing business makes up around 75% of the group's revenue but only contributes around 38% to its earnings. The remaining contributions consist of rental income from its investment property holding business.

For the first quarter ended Sept 30, the group turned around its earnings to post a net profit of RM2.23 million compared to a net loss of RM1.98 million in the same quarter last year. Revenue was up marginally to RM9.5 million.
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FCW Holdings’ shares, warrants hit limit-up

17 Sept 2013

KUALA LUMPUR: The securities of FCW Holdings Bhd, which is controlled by the low-key Tan Sri Tan Sri Robert Tan Hua Choon, hit limit-up on Tuesday in the absence of strong newsflow.

At 2.53pm, the shares surged 30 sen to RM1.11 with 393,600 shares done while its warrants jumped 30 sen to 68 sen with 57,700 units done.

The FBM KLCI slipped 0.6 of a point to 1,770.20. Turnover was 915.46 million shares valued at RM857.86mil. There were 367 gainers, 254 losers and 294 counters unchanged.

Tan was appointed as director and chairman of FCW on Jan 26, 1999 and Feb 16, 2000 respectively.

The self-made businessman is involved in a wide range of businesses which include manufacturing, marketing, banking, shipping, property development and trading.

He is the chairman of Jasa Kita Bhd, GPA Holdings Bhd, Keladi Maju Bhd, Malaysia Aica Bhd, Marco Holdings Bhd and PDZ Holdings Bhd. He joined the board of Goh Ban Huat Bhd on July 8, 2008 as non-independent non-executive director.
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IJM Land and FCW in tie-up


20-9-2013

PETALING JAYA: IJM Land Bhd has entered into a shareholders’ agreement with FCW Holdings Bhd and its 50:50 joint-venture company (JV Co) 368 Segambut Sdn Bhd to regulate their relationship in relation to a mixed development on four parcels of land in Kuala Lumpur.

A Bursa Malaysia announcement said it would entail the JV Co entering into two conditional sale and purchase agreements with the FCW units – FCW Industries Sdn Bhd and Federal Telecommunications Sdn Bhd – to acquire the said freehold land.
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FCW, IJM Land to develop land
The Edge Property | Friday, 20 September 2013 16:18
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KUALA LUMPUR: FCW Holdings Bhd entered into a joint venture (JV) with IJM Land Bhd to develop four parcels of land in Segambut, KL, into mixed residential and commercial property projects.

In an announcement yesterday, FCW said the JV company, 368 Segambut Sdn Bhd, would acquire the parcels measuring 671,334 sq ft for RM188 million.

The land is to be acquired from FCW’s two wholly-owned subsidiaries — FCW Industries Sdn Bhd and Federal Telecommunications Sdn Bhd.

The original cost of investment by the two companies in the land was RM90.8 million. FCW, an investment holding and management services company, is expected to register a gain of RM96.8 million based on a sales consideration of RM188 million. The proceeds will be used to redeem preference shares and for working capital.

The approved usage for three of the four parcels is for industrial development while the fourth is for the cultivation of coffee.

Since it is a related party transaction, FCW has to get shareholder approval for the land sale before it can be completed.

According to FCW, which is controlled by low-profile Tan Sri Robert Tan Hua Choon, the sale consideration of the parcels was arrived at after taking into account the original cost of investment and a report by a valuer that valued the land at RM280 psf.

FCW hogged the limelight last Tuesday when the stock hit limit-up to as high as RM1.22.

The unusual market activity prompted a query from Bursa Malaysia to which the company replied that it was in the process of entering into an agreement to develop the land parcels it owns in Segambut.

FCW’s stock has been under-performing the market and long-time investors view the potential land development as a catalyst for re-rating.

The counter closed unchanged at RM1.13 yesterday, giving FCW a market capitalisation of RM223.6 million.
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The research house also said IJM Land’s chief executive officer and managing director Datuk Soam Heng Choon had also taken the opportunity to explain IJM Land’s recent JV project with FCW – that is the 368 Residences at Jalan Segambut.
“The project will benefit from the extension of DUKE Highway to Sri Damansara (from Ampang). Upon the conversion of the 15.4-acre land to commercial status, the JV will put up seven blocks of commercial towers and serviced apartments on the site worth RM1.5bil GDV. The units will be preliminary priced at RM550 to RM600 psf. We believe further upside to pricing is possible,” said RHB Research.

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Published: Monday March 17, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Monday March 17, 2014 MYT 6:40:49 AM

FCW, with RM170mil, on the hunt for land

by john loh


Thor: 'We don't limit ourselves by location.

KUALA LUMPUR: Armed with an RM170mil war chest from the sale of its Segambut land to IJM Land Bhd, Tan Sri Robert Tan Hua Choon’s FCW Holdings Bhd is on the prowl to beef up its landbank in Malaysia.

Shareholders approved its maiden property development venture at an EGM last Friday.

FCW, a contract manufacturer of toiletry products and cables, had proposed in September a 50:50 joint-venture (JV) with IJM Land, the property arm of conglomerate IJM Corp Bhd, to develop 6.23ha of freehold land in Segambut.

The mixed-use, RM1.3bil gross development value (GDV) project, called 368 Residences, is to be launched in 2016 at the earliest, FCW director Thor Poh Seng told reporters after the EGM.

Sited diagonally opposite the Segambut KTM station and close to Mont’Kiara, Jalan Kuching and Jalan Ipoh, it is slated to take some six years to develop over four or five phases.

FCW and IJM Land have yet to obtain the development order and other approvals for 368 Residences, but it will likely have a plot ratio of 4.5 times, Thor said.

“We haven’t finalised the number of blocks – it could be six, seven or eight. The total apartment units will also depend on market demand closer to the launch,” he added.

Asked where FCW was looking to add to its landbank, Thor said: “We don’t limit ourselves by location.”

However, he dismissed speculation that a merger was brewing between the 73-year-old Tan’s FCW and Goh Ban Huat Bhd (GBH).

Shares of FCW had raced to a peak of RM1.28, its best since early 2004, around the time that it had announced the deal with IJM Land.

The counter last settled down 4.5 sen at 94 sen, up 15% for the year.

Under the JV, FCW is to sell four parcels of contiguous land off Jalan Segambut to 368 Segambut Sdn Bhd, a jointly-owned entity of FCW and IJM Land, for RM187.97mil.

This works out to an effective land cost of 14% of GDV and RM280 per sq ft.

The transaction is expected to be wrapped up in September. The land is currently zoned as industrial and would need to be converted into a commercial title.

An extension for the DUKE Expressway has also been planned nearby.

Depending on whether the JV requires corporate guarantees, FCW stands to pocket RM48.95mil or RM97.64mil in disposal gains from the exercise, according to FCW’s circular to shareholders.

Of the total RM187.97mil in sale proceeds, FCW will plough RM18.8mil back into the JV company and RM168.98mil into its own coffers for working capital.

Besides that cash hoard, it had cash and near cash of RM37.11mil versus long and short-term debts of RM2.62mil as at Dec 31, 2013, putting it in a net cash position of RM34.49mil.

FCW’s finances showed that it had raked in a net profit of RM3.07mil for the six months to December, down 27.2% from the same period a year ago.

Revenue also fell to RM13.02mil versus RM15.52mil, which it attributed to weak sales in its contract manufacturing division and lower selling prices.

FCW had acquired the Segambut land from its sister-firm GBH in 2007 for RM86mil cash and later leased it back to GBH for the latter’s warehousing.

Low-key businessman Tan, who controls 25.35% of FCW and 74.35% of GBH, is said to be a close associate of former finance minister Tun Daim Zainuddin. GBH owns another 6.07ha of land in Segambut next to FCW, which was what had sparked talk of a merger between the two companies.

Tan, whose brother-in-law is Malton Bhd boss Datuk Desmond Lim Siew Choon, also has stakes in Jasa Kita Bhd, Marco Holdings Bhd, GPA Holdings Bhd, PDZ Holdings Bhd and Keladi Maju Bhd.


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Coming Soon in Segambut, possibly re-brand under North Kiara


Keladi Maju to go high-end with RM1.5b project


4 August 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: Kedah-based property player Keladi Maju Bhd plans to build high-end properties on the 5.66ha prime land it is buying from Goh Ban Huat Bhd (GBH) in Mukim Batu, Segambut, confirming market talk that it will be making its maiden foray into the high-end residential market in its first venture in the Klang Valley.

Managing director Datuk Chuah Chin Ah said plans for the development are still in the very early stages, but affirmed that the land in Segambut carries a gross development value (GDV) of RM1.5 billion, and that Keladi Maju plans to undertake the project all by itself.

He was speaking to reporters after the group’s annual general meeting yesterday.

Keladi Maju, which is also a palm oil producer, has been in the limelight following its proposed acquisition of the GBH land for RM192.37 million. It made an announcement on this to Bursa Malaysia on July 2.

On July 24, its shares surged to a seven-year high of 42.5 sen on speculation that the company would venture into high-end properties. The counter closed 1.18% lower at 42 sen yesterday with 4.77 million shares changing hands, translating to a market capitalisation of RM318.5 million.

Asked if there would be more upcoming land deals, Chuah said: “We are always on the lookout for good land. If [it] comes with oil palm trees, then it will be better as it has recurring income from oil palm harvesting. There is no definitive term on the type of land that we are looking to acquire.”

The group’s chairman and non-independent non-executive director Tan Sri Tan Hua Choon said GBH is consolidating its assets but declined to reveal what GBH is planning to do next.

The transfer of land from GBH to Keladi Maju is part of an asset-unlocking exercise by Tan, who is a substantial shareholder in both firms.

GBH is paving the way for a reverse takeover (RTO) by Dynac Sdn Bhd to gain immediate access into the oil and gas industry. The deal would be partly financed by the proceeds gained from the sale of several pieces of land to Keladi Maju.

Apart from GBH and Keladi Maju, Tan also sits on the board of FCW Holdings Bhd, Marco Holdings Bhd and Jasa Kita Bhd.

Meanwhile, Chuah said Keladi Maju’s results for its second quarter ended July 31 (2QFY15) would be “comparable” with the previous corresponding quarter (2QFY14).

It raked in a net profit of RM6.36 million in 2QFY14, a drop of 5.44% from RM6.73 million a year earlier. Revenue dropped 37.31% to RM17.38 million from RM27.7 million a year ago.

In a result note dated Sept 17, 2013, it said the decline in performance was mainly due to lower income recognition from property development and lower revenue from the sales of fresh fruit bunches.

Its estimated revenue of RM58 million for FY15 is expected to be similar to what it made in FY14, said Chuah.

“We expect good take-up rates for our launches this year. We are very confident because most of our products are sold out. We will not be slowing down on our launches,” he added.

The estimated GDV of the group’s new launches for FY15 is about RM58 million. Chua said the group has launched projects worth some RM15 million to date; the remaining RM43 million will be launched in the near future.

That includes its new developments in Taman Desa Cinta Sayang and Taman Puteri in Kedah.

Taman Desa Cinta Sayang will have 455 single-storey medium-cost terrace houses, 152 shop houses, and a petrol station.

Taman Puteri, with GDV of RM240 million, comprises 1,585 residential and commercial properties.

Keladi Maju currently owns 1,182 acres of estate land, 133 acres of vacant land and 167 acres of land under development.


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By Jeffrey Tan / The Edge Financial Daily | December 17, 2014 : 10:10 AM MYT


Thor said profit contribution from property development segment will probably overtake that of contract manufacturing. Photo by Shahrin Yahya

KUALA LUMPUR: Profit contribution from the property development segment that is set to take off will exceed that of FCW Holdings Bhd ( Financial Dashboard)’s main contract manufacturing business.

“Going forward, we think that profit contribution from the property development segment will probably overtake that of contract manufacturing,” FCW director Thor Poh Seng told reporters after the annual general meeting yesterday.

In March this year, the firm’s shareholders gave their approval to undertake a 50:50 joint venture with IJM Land Bhd ( Financial Dashboard) to develop a 15.4-acre (6.23ha) piece of freehold land in Segambut, Kuala Lumpur.

FCW is still in the planning stages for the development dubbed 368 Residences.

Thor expects to obtain the development order and other relevant approvals by the middle of next year.
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Tower A: 52 storeys service apartments (385 units)
Tower B: 54 storeys service apartments (362 units)

Including Retail podium.

Phase 2
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Tower C: 55 storeys service apartments (366 units)
Tower D: 57 storeys service apartments (382 units)

Including Retail podium.

Phase 3
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Tower E: 58 storeys service apartments (390 units)
Tower F: 60 storeys service apartments (412 units)

Including Retail podium.

Phase 4
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Tower G: 69 storeys service apartments (746 units)

Including Retail podium.

Total units planned: 3,043 units


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