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Sembcorp Marine Announces Proposed Renounceable Underwritten Rights Issue
Sembcorp Industries Expects To Incur Losses For Full Year
Sembcorp Marine Says Senior Management To Take Salary Reduction Of 15%
Sembcorp Marine Ltd is a Singapore-based company, which is engaged in investment holding and provision of management services. The Company offers ship repair, shipbuilding, ship conversion, rig repair, rig building, and offshore engineering and construction. The Company operates in two segments: rigs & floaters, repairs & upgrades, offshore platforms and specialized shipbuilding, and ship chartering. The Company's Other operations include bulk trading in marine engineering related products; provision of harbor tug services to port users; collection and treatment of used copper slag, and the processing and distribution of copper slag for blast cleaning purposes. The Company repairs a range of vessels and platforms, which include cargo ships, container vessels, cruise ships, offshore rigs, drill ships and crane vessels. The Company has its operations in China, Brazil, India, the United States, the Middle East, Africa, the Netherlands, Austria, Mexico, Norway and Australia.
80 Tuas South Boulevard
Mohd Hassan Marican
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Weng Sun Wong
President, Chief Executive Officer, Executive Non-Independent Director
Cheng Tat Tan
Chief Financial Officer
Director - Group Finance
San Lye Chua
Chief Human Resource Officer
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Shares in Singapore's Keppel Corp <KPLM.SI> fell 13% on Tuesday after Temasek Holdings abandoned its $3 billion offer for the conglomerate by invoking a material adverse change clause following the company's poor financial results.
Singapore's Temasek Holdings stepped in on Monday to support a S$2.1 billion ($1.5 billion) rights issue by Sembcorp Marine <SCMN.SI> as the state investor moves to help the city-state's struggling rig-building sector.
Loss-making Sembcorp Marine on Monday proposed a S$2.1 billion ($1.5 billion) recapitalisation through a rights issue that will be backed by the rig builder's parent firm, Sembcorp Industries, and state investor Temasek Holdings.
Shares in Sembcorp Marine and Sembcorp Industries remained halted for a second day on Friday, prompting speculation among some analysts about a potential deal between the Singapore rigbuilder and its parent company.
* ENERGEAN POWER FPSO HULL ARRIVED AT SEMBCORP MARINE ADMIRALTY YARD IN SINGAPORE ON 15 APRIL 2020
Singaporean rig builder Sembcorp Marine Ltd said on Friday a former consultant to the company had been convicted by a federal court in Brazil for corruption, money laundering and participation in a criminal organisation.
* Comes as firm struggling with falling profits (Adds details, context throughout; updates share prices)
Singapore-based rig builder Sembcorp Marine Ltd posted a loss in the third quarter on Thursday, and said it expected overall business volume and activity to remain relatively low for the "immediate quarters."
Singaporean rig builder Sembcorp Marine Ltd <SCMN.SI> swung into the red in the second quarter, and cautioned a trend of negative operating profit would continue in the near term as overall business volume remains low.
* Sembcorp Inds falls as much as 2.8 pct, Sembcorp Marine falls as much as 6.9 pct (Adds details from IPO prospectus, ROE outlook)
Singapore oil rig builder Keppel Corp's agreement to pay a $422 million (£315.8 million) fine to resolve charges it bribed Brazilian officials, including people at state-owned oil company Petrobras, sent its shares tumbling and triggered a decline in smaller rival Sembcorp...
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