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Half Year Results Financial Statement And Related Announcement For the Financial Period Ended 30 June 2018

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Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income for the period ended 30 June 2018

Income Statement

Statement of Financial Position as at 30 June 2018

Balance Sheet


Outlook for the global economy is looking up, with broad recovery in manufacturing and trade. Sentiment in the Singapore property market is also seeing an upturn, as transaction volumes are expected to be higher and the en-bloc fever continues. Public sector projects remain the main driver for the construction industry in the year ahead.

The Building and Construction Authority ("BCA") estimated that total construction demand in 2018 is expected to be between S$26.0 billion and S$31.0 billion, higher than that achieved in 2017. Of this amount, public sector projects are expected to account for about 60% (1). The increase in overall construction demand is mainly due to an anticipated increase in both public sector and private sector construction demand. During 1H2018, the Group's Precast division has secured a new public sector project worth approximately S$ 17.0 million.

The precast business is expected to continue to benefit from government policies and projects where precast concrete components are used, such as HDB flats and MRT tunneling works. In view of the competitive market conditions, the Group's Precast division would continue to focus on productivity improvement at its casting yard at Batam Indonesia.

As at 30 June 2018, the Group's Construction and Precast divisions have outstanding order books of approximately S$127 million and S$134 million respectively.

(1) "Public sector construction demand is expected to strengthen this year", BCA, 11 January 2018

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