Tat Hong

M&A

Tat Hong gets 50 cents a share offer from group CEO Roland Ng to privatise company

SINGAPORE (Jan 12): Roland Ng, the managing director of Tat Hong, the largest crawler crane rental company in the world, has made offer to delist and privatise the company.

Broker's Calls

Recent weakness makes Innovalues all the more a better ‘buy’

SINGAPORE (Oct 7): Maybank Kim Eng is reiterating its “buy” call on Innovalues, the customised machined parts and components manufacturer for the automotive and office automation industries, with a

Broker's Calls

Bright spot remains for Tat Hong despite failed takeover

SINGAPORE (Sept 20): Tat Hong said talks with an undisclosed party interested in acquiring the company have ceased.

Broker's Calls

Tat Hong in limbo

SINGAPORE (Aug 19): OCBC Investment Research is maintaining its “hold” rating on crane and heavy equipment supplier Tat Hong Holdings, with a slightly lower fair value of 54 cents from 55 cents pre

Market Close

STI ends 0.8% higher at 2,892.52

SINGAPORE (Aug 1): The Singapore market ended Monday higher thanks to broad-based gains and a regional lift as quarterly results and corporate news move individual counters.

Broker's Calls

Uncertainty weighs on Tat Hong

SINGAPORE (July 13): OCBC Investment Research is maintaining its “hold” rating on crane and heavy equipment supplier Tat Hong Holdings, but has raised the stock’s fair value from 50 cents to 55 cen

Tat Hong subsidiary not proceeding with Taiwan listing

SINGAPORE (July 5): Yongmao Holdings says Tat Hong’s subsidiary, Tat Hong Equipment Service Co. (THES) will not proceed with the listing of its shares on the Taiwan Stock Exchange.

Tat Hong completes divestment of training services subsidiary

SINGAPORE (June 3): Tat Hong has completed the divestment of its entire interest in its wholly owned subsidiary, Tat Hong Training Services, to Tony Ng Sun Ho for $410,000.

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