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SALA CORP:Says SALA to wholly own CHUBU GAS and SALA HOUSE via share exchange and transaction planned effective on July 1.Says one ordinary share of CHUBU GAS can be exchanged to 0.47 ordinary share of SALA CORP.Says one ordinary share of SALA HOUSE can be exchanged to 1.30 ordinary share of SALA CORP.CHUBU GAS and SALA HOUSE to be delisted on June 28.
SALA CORP:Says top shareholder CHUBU GAS will hold no voting rights in the company, down from 15.58 pct.Planned effective on July 1.
SALA CORP:Sees year-end dividend of 10 yen per share raised from 7 yen per share, for the FY ended Nov. 30, 2015.
SALA CORP:Says the company lowered the consolidated full-year outlook for revenue to 133,000 million yen from 145,000 million yen for the fiscal year ending Nov. 30, 2015.Sees an increased operating profit forecast to 3,000 million yen from 2,700 million yen.Sees an increased ordinary profit forecast to 3,200 million yen from 3,000 million yen.Sees an increased net profit forecast to 1,600 million yen from 1,500 million yen.Sees an increased earnings per share to 41.62 yen from 39.02 yen.Says revenue outlook lowered due to decreased sale price of LP gas and petroleum products, profit outlook raised due to performance of energy supply and solution business as well as engineering and maintenance business.Sees year-end dividend of 7 yen per share raised from 6 yen per share, for the fiscal year ending Nov. 30, 2015.
SALA CORP:To establish a 60 pct-owned subsidiary in Aichi, Japan, which will be engaged in production and sale of drinking water, on April 30.
SALA CORP announced that it has lowered its consolidated full-year outlook for revenue from JPY 140,000 million to JPY 137,351 million and operating profit from JPY 1,800 million to JPY 1,681 million, but raised the outlook for ordinary profit from JPY 1,800 million to JPY 1,989 million, net profit from JPY 650 million to JPY 983 million and earning per share from JPY 16.91 to JPY 25.58, for the fiscal year ended November 30, 2012. The Company lowered the revenue outlook due to the less-than-expected sales, and raised the ordinary profit outlook due to the increased investment profit, and raised the net profit outlook due to the decreased corporate tax cost.
Sala Corporation announced that it has affirmed the mid-year dividend forecast of JPY 5 per share, and raised the year-end dividend forecast from JPY 5 per share to JPY 6 per share (including a common dividend of JPY 5 per share and a commemorative dividend of JPY 1 per share) for the fiscal year ending November 2012.
Sala Corporation announced that its subsidiary, GASTEC SERVICE, INC., has decided on the integration of Kanto office businesses with a sub-subsidiary, Good Life Sala Kanto Corporation, which is engaged in the sale and equipment installation of petroleum products and gas implement in Kanagawa prefecture, Japan, effective April 1, 2012. The Company also decided on the merger of its wholly owned Chubu Engineering Corporation, which is engaged in the general engineering of construction and equipment in Aichi prefecture, Japan, and a 95%-owned sub-subsidiary, which is engaged in the equipment installation of air conditioning, water supply and drainage, as well as water service businesses in Aichi prefecture, Japan. After the transaction, Chubu Engineering will be the surviving company and the sub-subsidiary will be dissolved, effective April 1, 2012. The Company also announced that its subsidiary, CHUBU ENGINEERING SERVICE CO., LTD. will fully acquire another sub-subsidiary, Chubu Sanyo System, Inc. After that, the Company decided on the merger of the two sub-subsidiaries, and CHUBU ENGINEERING SERVICE will be the surviving company and Chubu Sanyo System will be dissolved, effective April 1, 2012.
Sala Corporation announced that its sub-subsidiary will merge with its wholly owned subsidiary effective September 1, 2011. For the transaction, one share of the wholly owned subsidiary's common stock will be exchanged for 3.3 shares of the sub-subsidiary's common stock. As a result, the sub-subsidiary will be the surviving company and the wholly owned subsidiary will be dissolved.
Sala Corporation announced that its subsidiary has decided to acquire 3,150 shares (100% stake) of a Japan-based company, which is engaged in general construction business, from Suzukigumi, effective July 1, 2011.
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