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PP 7767/09/2010(025354)

September 2010
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Hock Seng Lee Share Price

Fair Value
Close To Clinching Another Job Worth About Recom : Outperform

Table 1 : Investment Statistics (HSL; Code: 6238) Bloomberg: HSL MK

Net Net
FYE Turnover profit EPS Growth PER C.EPS* P/CF P/NTA ROE Gearing GDY
Dec (RMm) (RMm) (sen) (%) (x) (sen) (x) (x) (%) (%) (%)
2009 375.0 56.3 10.3 35.6 16.0 - 22.4 3.1 19.3 Cash 1.5
2010f 529.5 74.4 13.4 30.5 12.3 13.0 14.8 2.6 20.9 Cash 1.5
2011f 652.5 90.3 16.2 21.4 10.1 16.0 11.9 2.1 20.7 Cash 1.5
2012f 742.5 98.4 17.7 8.9 9.3 18.0 10.9 1.7 18.7 Cash 1.5
Main Market Listing / Trustee Stock / Syariah-Approved Stock By The SC * Consensus Based On IBES Estimates

♦ Another job in the bag? We understand from sources that Hock Seng Lee Issued Capital (m shares) 582.7
Market Cap (RMm) 955.6
(HSL) is likely to be awarded an infrastructure job in Sarawak worth about
Daily Trading Vol (m shs) 0.8
RM100m within the next 1-2 weeks. If this materialises, HSL’s YTD new
52wk Price Range (RM) 0.90-1.69
orderbook secured will increase from RM345m at present (see Table 2) to Major Shareholders: (%)
about RM445m while its outstanding construction orderbook will rise from Yii/Yu family 53.0
RM1.22bn at present to about RM1.32bn. Assuming an EBIT margin of 12- Amanah Saham B’putera 8.9
15%, the contract would fetch RM12-15m EBIT over the construction EPF 8.2
FYE Dec FY10 FY11 FY12
♦ A flurry of new contracts in Sarawak? Separately, we understand from EPS Revision (%) - - -
Var to Cons (%) +3 +2 -2
sources that a flurry of new road jobs is expected to be awarded ahead of
the coming Sarawak state election, widely expected to be called by end of PE Band Chart
the year (or if not, latest by the end of the current 5-year term in mid-
2011). We understand from sources that the submission for tender for at
PER = 15x
least nine new road jobs has closed in recent months, pending evaluation PER = 12x
and the formal award. In addition, notices of tender have also been issued PER = 9x
PER = 6x
for another six and will be issued for four more over the immediate term.
These 19 road jobs are believed to be worth about RM100m each.

♦ Forecasts. Maintained as we have assumed HSL to secure RM600m worth

of new contracts per annum in FY12/10-12.
Relative Performance To FBM KLCI
♦ Risks. The risks include: (1) New contracts secured in FY12/10-12 coming
in below our target of RM600m per annum; and (2) Rising input costs. Hock Seng Lee

♦ Maintain Outperform. We are upbeat on the construction sector as we

foresee construction stocks to generally outperform the market in 2H2010,
buoyed by news flow, particularly, from: (1) The RM36bn KL MRT project;
(2) The RM7bn Ampang and Kelana Jaya LRT line extension project; and (3)
Federal land deals. For HSL, trading sentiment will be buoyed more by
localised developments, particularly, potentially a flurry of new public jobs
to be awarded ahead of the coming state election. Indicative fair value is
RM1.95 based on 12x FY12/11 EPS, in line with our 1-year forward target
PER for the construction sector of 10-16x.
Joshua CY Ng
(603) 92802151
Please read important disclosures at the end of this report. joshuang@rhb.com.my

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Table 2: New Jobs Secured YTD

Contract Value
1. Lubok Antu/Lemanak/Engkari Road (Package B) in Sarawak 36
2. Educational institution, Samarahan 42
3. Building & wharf works, Muara Tebas 11
4. Road works – Ulu Pedanum & Pasir Pandak Santubong 28
5. Access road linking Technology Park Samarahan to Tanjong Bako, Kuching 72
6. A a new road linking Serdeng Junction, Bandar Baru Tanjung Manis, Halal Park and 47
Kampung Rajang in Mukah Division, Sarawak
7. Infrastructure works for palm oil industrial cluster, Tanjung Manis, Sarawak 83
7. Others 26
Total 345
Source: Company

Table 3: Earnings Forecasts Table 4: Forecast Assumptions

FYE Dec (RMm) FY09a FY10F FY11F FY12F FYE Dec FY10F FY11F FY12F

Turnover 375.0 529.5 652.5 742.5 Construction EBIT margin (%) 18.0 17.7 16.8
Turnover growth (%) 21.3 41.2 23.2 13.8 New orderbook secured (RMm) 600 600 600

EBITDA 79.5 101.4 121.8 131.4

EBITDA margin (%) 21.2 19.2 18.7 17.7

Depreciation -5.4 -4.0 -4.0 -4.0

Net Interest 1.5 1.8 2.7 3.8
Associates 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
EI 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Pretax Profit 75.6 99.2 120.5 131.2

Tax -19.2 -24.8 -30.1 -32.8
PAT 56.3 74.4 90.3 98.4
Minorities 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Net Profit 56.3 74.4 90.3 98.4
Source: Company data, RHBRI estimates


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