GUH Holdings Berhad operates in the Printed circuit boards sector.
In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares GUH Holdings Berhad with three other
manufacturers of electronic components in Asia:
Cei Contract Manufacturing Limited
sales of 109.66 million Singapore Dollars [US$82.45 million]
AKM Industrial Company Limited
of Hong Kong
(641.16 million Hong Kong Dollars [US$82.71 million]
of which 84%
was Flexible Printed Circuit), and
Tianjin Printronics Circuit Corporation
based in China
(511.57 million Chinese Renmimbi [US$82.47 million]
of which 101%
was Electronic Components Manufacturing).
GUH Holdings Berhad reported sales of 286.57 million Malaysian Ringgits (US$80.43 million)
December of 2013.
increase of 2.2%
versus 2012, when the company's sales were 280.39 million Malaysian Ringgits.
Despite this increase, sales are still
below the level achieved in 2011, when GUH Holdings Berhad
reported sales of 311.28 million Malaysian Ringgits.
The sales level in 2013 was fairly close to the level five years ago: in 2008, GUH Holdings Berhad had sales
of 292.21 million Malaysian Ringgits.
Sales of Water and Waste Water Treatment saw an increase
that was more than double the company's growth rate: sales were up
1,061.9% in 2013, from
2.00 million Malaysian Ringgits to 23.26 million Malaysian Ringgits.
GUH Holdings Berhad also saw significant increases in sales in
Property Development (up 30.7% to 44.17 million Malaysian Ringgits)
Not all segments of GUH Holdings Berhad experienced an increase in sales in 2013:
sales of Unallocated Non-Operating Segments fell 85.5% to 1.73 million Malaysian Ringgits.
(However, this segment's sales were only a very small portion of the company's overall sales).
GUH Holdings Berhad also experienced decreases in sales in
Manufacturing of Printed Circuit Boards (down 6.4% to 208.75 million Malaysian Ringgits)
Cultivation of Oil Palm (down 24.9% to 1.63 million Malaysian Ringgits)
Sale of Electrical Appliances (down 7.2% to 7.03 million Malaysian Ringgits)