Kingboard Chemical Holdings, a Hong Kong-listed laminate and printed circuit board maker, said half-year profit rose 22 per cent as robust growth in the electronics industry drove up demand.Wednesday, 29 August, 2007, 12:00am
Kingboard Chemical Holdings, a Hong Kong-listed laminate and printed circuit board maker, said half-year profit rose 22 per cent as robust growth in the electronics industry drove up demand.
Profit for the six months to June rose to HK$1.3 billion from HK$1.07 billion a year earlier. Sales grew 21 per cent to HK$9.02 billion.29 Aug 2007 - 12:00am
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Shares of Kingboard Chemical Holdings surged 5.1 per cent after the largest printed circuit board maker in China said its first-half earnings will leap 45 per cent to 55 per cent on soaring demand.
Bucking the falling market yesterday, Kingboard's stock closed up $1.15 at $23.70 on turnover of $41.69 million. The benchmark Hang Seng Index shed 0.13 per cent to 16,043.94.19 Jul 2006 - 12:00am
A former director of Kingboard Chemical Holdings has cashed in $423 million after selling a 2.5 per cent stake, or 18 million shares, in the company, according to sale arranger ABN Amro Rothschild. The sale occurred hours after the maker of laminates, copper foil and printed circuit boards said its net profit last year more than doubled on Wednesday.1 Apr 2005 - 12:00am
The Guangzhou municipal government has ordered a halt to the construction of two chemical projects by Kingboard Chemical Holdings, delivering a setback to the firm's plan to broaden the vertical integration of its operations.
Explaining the shutdowns, Guangzhou cited a lack of approval with regard to environmental impact assessments.26 Jul 2004 - 12:00am