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Postby SHARK » Sun Apr 15, 2018 10:35 am

Relatively a new bloke , will seriously look in.
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Postby SHARK » Mon Apr 16, 2018 9:37 am

BPPL has 2 years to compare, but the numbers are encouraging.

PLease have a look, and share your thoughts whether positive or negative feedback all are welcome.
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Postby SHARK » Mon Apr 16, 2018 9:39 am

I have set the IPO price 12Rs for both years in order to calculate the Zscore.

Mar-17 are un-audited as this will be updated when i have the Mar-18 numbers.

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Postby SHARK » Thu Apr 19, 2018 7:10 am

This is another future gem. I have put the numbers, not much though, however I like there management. Looks a very good company. Though just 2 year analysis we have, my initial assessment with limited info is am having good impression for a safe long term investment in BPPL.
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Re: BPPL Community

Postby ruwa » Wed May 09, 2018 11:07 am

How will the depreciation of LKR affect earnings of BPPL?

I'm optimistic regarding it.

Came down to 13 due to selling yesterday. I think there's an opportunity here.

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Postby ruwa » Wed May 09, 2018 11:33 am

By the way the concern should be the cost of goods.

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Postby SHARK » Wed May 09, 2018 1:06 pm

This one has not come down below 13, so we assume the base support on and around same level. However if we can buy 1 lot now and wait if opportunity come below, then can grab. A good share investment for the long term holders
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Postby SHARK » Fri Jul 20, 2018 1:15 pm

finally, somebody bought BPPL @13
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Postby Lotus » Fri Jul 20, 2018 7:25 pm

BPPL opens Sri Lanka’s first ever polyester yarn factory
By Nishel Fernando

Rs.800 million plan turns PET bottle flakes into polyester yarn
Plans to invest Rs 1-1.5 billion in another polyester yarn plant

Eco Spindles, a wholly owned subsidiary of BPPL Holdings Ltd (BPPL) yesterday inaugurated Sri Lanka’s first ever polyester yarn plant at Horana Export Processing Zone with a Rs.800 million investment.

The facility will manufacture polyester yarn from recycled Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) bottle flakes.

Addressing the inauguration event BPPL CEO/Managing Director, Dr. Anush Amarasinghe said the state-of-the-art plant will bring Sri Lanka’s apparel industry one step closer to the backward integration process, while noting that the global apparel industry is increasingly moving from supplying cotton-based apparels to polyester, as it’s more versatile and less expensive.

“Most of the fabric plants are utilising cotton, but the growth is in polyester yarn,” he said. He also highlighted that this plant is one of two plants in the world that create yarn directly from flakes circumventing the polymerization where flakes are first converted to chips and then to yarn.

“The factory’s state-of-the-art spinning and texturing machinery from Europe will make it a game-changer for the industry,” he stressed.

Speaking to Mirror Business, Dr. Amarasinghe revealed that BPPL is planning to invest around Rs.1-1.5 billion in another state-of-the-art yarn production plant at the same premises expanding production to meet local as well as to meet export demand. Meanwhile, BPPL expects to double the used PET bottle collection to 400 tonnes per month within the next 12 months. According to Dr. Amarasinghe, BPPL collects nearly 200-250 tonnes of PET waste amounting to approximately 20 percent virgin PET imports into Sri Lanka.

He noted that 70 tonnes of recycled PET waste will be utilised for manufacturing synthetic yarn while around 150 tonnes of PET waste for the production of synthetic brush filaments. Dr. Amarasinghe said the newly launched polyester yarn production plant can produce 15 percent of the polyester yarn demanded by the local apparel industry. However, with the yarn plant in the pipeline, he said BPPL will significantly increase yarn production for the local apparel sector in future.
“By sourcing polyester yarn from Sri Lanka, fabric manufacturers can significantly reduce lead times and also lower inventory costs,” he said. According to BPPL, the polyester yarn of 10 recycled PET bottles is sufficient to make a t-shirt. The BPPL has targeted the fabric mills of industry leaders such as MAS, Hirdaramani, Brandix as well as Hayleys while it is also looking at exporting to countries such as Taiwan.

The polyester yarn plant is also equipped to produce recycled yarn, which is considered a niche segment with a good growth potential.

“Depending on the customer requirement, this plant can produce either virgin or recycled yarn,” Dr. Amarasinghe said.

In addition, BPPL also had earlier invested in a Rs.200 million bottle-washing plant at the same premises and it has also installed a water treatment plant where used water is treated and re-used with only 5 percent of water being discharged. According to the latest BPPL annual report, it had secured a term loan to the value of Rs.536.34 million from HSBC and another to the tune of Rs 40.65 million from HNB for the yarn plant and machinery.

The BPPL hopes the diversification of its business lines into synthetic filament extrusion for other brush manufacturing and polyester yarn production for fabric mills for both local and export markets would become dominant contributors to group’s financials over the medium term.

Source: http://www.dailymirror.lk/article/BPPL-opens-Sri-Lanka-s-first-ever-polyester-yarn-factory-152850.html

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Postby SHARK » Sun Jul 22, 2018 8:28 am

Big qts available at 13!
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Re: BPPL Community

Postby dhanurrox » Thu Jul 26, 2018 5:10 pm

Company ID: - BPPL
Date of Announcement: - 26.July.2018
Rate of Dividend: - Rs. 0.18 per share /Interim Dividend
Financial Year: - 2018/2019
Shareholder Approval: - Not Required
XD: - 07.Aug.2018
Payment: - 16.Aug.2018

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Re: BPPL Community

Postby SHARK » Thu Jul 26, 2018 8:34 pm

Still accumulation time..... we need to see some jump in growth.... and thats the time we should be in the game.
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