China Stationery Limited, an integrated plastic stationery China-based company is scheduled to be listed in Main Market on 24th February 2012.
The IPO consists of public issue of 90 million ordinary shares at an IPO price of RM0.90 per share with SGD0.001 par value. Out of this, 60 million shares are allocated to Malaysian public, and the remaining 30 million shares are allocated for private placement. On top of that, 133 million shares are for sale to selected investors.
The IPO is expected to raise RM85.5 million. The proceeds will be used for the purchase of machinery, for research and development, advertising, branding and promotional activities as well as working capital and listing expenses.
China Stationery will launch two new patented products namely anti-tampering plastic envelope and second-generation plastic tape printer this year. The target customers for the new products are global express mail service players as well as post offices in China and other countries.
Its manufacturing plant is located in Fujian province, China and plan to establish a factory in Malaysia within a year.
The company’s house-brand products are marketed in China and globally in over 45 countries to more than 400 customers, including distributors, retailers and corporations located in China, Asia, Europe, America and other regions.
China Stationery intends to pay up to 20 percent of their net profit as dividend starting from 2012 onwards.
The table below is the financial summary for China Stationery Ltd.
|Profit after Tax (RM’000)
M&A Securities is the Adviser, Underwriter & Placement Agent Adviser, while Sanston Financial Group is the Sub-Placement Agent for the IPO.
For those who are interested in China Stationery IPO you may subscribe at ATM machines or via Internet Banking.
The subscription period is opened until 10th February 2012 at 5pm. Tentative balloting date is on 14th February while the allotment date is on 23rd February 2012.
View China Stationery prospectus in Bursa Malaysia webpage.
China Stationery Ltd stock name in Bursa Malaysia is “CSL”.
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