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Sembcorp Industries Limited: Company Profile and SWOT Analysis by ICDResearch

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ICD Research's "Sembcorp Industries Limited: Company Profile and SWOT Analysis" contains in depth information and data about the company and its operations. The profile contains a company overview, business description, financial ratios, SWOT analysis, key facts, information on products and services, details of locations and subsidiaries, plus information on key news events affecting the company.

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									Sembcorp Industries Limited

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Sembcorp Industries Limited                                              Financial Snapshot

                                                                         Operating Performance
Fast Facts
                                    30 Hill Street, #05-04, Singapore,   The company reported revenue of US$6,443.83
Headquarters Address
                                    179360,Singapore                     million during the fiscal year 2010 (2010). The
                                                                         company's revenue grew at a CAGR of 8.16% during
Telephone                           + 65 67233113
                                                                         2006–2010, with an annual decline of -2.39% over
                                                                         2009. In 2010, the company recorded an operating
Fax                                 + 65 68223254                        margin of 13.83%, as against 11.02% in <2009.

Website                             www.sembcorp.com
                                                                         Revenue and Margins
                                    U96, Singapore Exchange Securities
Ticker Symbol, Stock Exchange
                                    Trading

Number of Employees                 7,185

Fiscal Year End                     December

Revenue (in US$ million)            6,443.83

Revenue (in SGD million)            8,763.61




SWOT Analysis                                                            Return on Equity

Strengths                           Weaknesses                           The company recorded a return on equity (ROE) of
                                                                         20.78% for 2010, as compared to its peers, Keppel
Diversified business portfolio      Increased debt                       Corporation Limited (Ticker: BN4), Cosco Corp.
                                                                         (Singapore) Ltd       and Duke Energy Corporation
                                                                         (Ticker: DUK), which recorded ROEs of 24.08%,
Strong bottom-line performance      Weak top-line performance            20.76% and 5.86% respectively. The company
                                                                         reported a net profit margin of 13.83% in 2010.
Strong liquidity position
                                                                         Return on Equity
Opportunities                       Threats

Fermentation Composting Technology Safety Concern

Joint venture with Gayatri Energy
                                    Severe government monitoring
Ventures

New contracts

Rising demand for electricity




                                                                         Liquidity Position

                                                                         The company reported a current ratio of 1.54 in 2010,
                                                                         as compared to its peers, Keppel Corporation Limited,
                                                                         Cosco Corp. (Singapore) Ltd and Duke Energy
                                                                         Corporation, which recorded current ratios of 1.61,
                                                                         0.93 and 1.60 respectively. As of December 2010, the
                                                                         company recorded cash and short-term investments
                                                                         of worth US$2,564.61 million, against US$35.99
                                                                         million current debt. The company reported a debt to
                                                                         equity ratio of 0.42 in 2010 as compared to its peers,
                                                                         Keppel Corporation Limited, Cosco Corp. (Singapore)
                                                                         Ltd and Duke Energy Corporation, which recorded
                                                                         debt to equity ratios of 0.60, 0.83 and 0.82
                                                                         respectively.




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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1     Business Analysis ................................................................................................................................... 5
    1.1       Company Overview ................................................................................................................................................5
    1.2       Business Description ..............................................................................................................................................5
    1.3       Major Products and Services .................................................................................................................................6
2     Analysis of Key Performance Indicators ............................................................................................... 7
    2.1       Five Year Snapshot: Overview of Financial and Operational Performance Indicators ..........................................7
    2.2       Key Financial Performance Indicators .................................................................................................................10
      2.2.1       Revenue and Operating Profit .........................................................................................................................10
      2.2.2       Asset, Liabilities and Capex .............................................................................................................................11
      2.2.3       Net Debt vs. Gearing Ratio ..............................................................................................................................12
      2.2.4       Operational Efficiency ......................................................................................................................................13
      2.2.5       Solvency ..........................................................................................................................................................14
      2.2.6       Valuation ..........................................................................................................................................................15
    2.3       Competitive Benchmarking ..................................................................................................................................16
      2.3.1       Market Capitalization .......................................................................................................................................16
      2.3.2       Efficiency ..........................................................................................................................................................17
      2.3.3       Capital Expenditure ..........................................................................................................................................18
      2.3.4       Valuation ..........................................................................................................................................................19
      2.3.5       Turnover – Inventory and Asset .......................................................................................................................20
3     Mergers & Acquisitions and Partnerships ........................................................................................... 21
    3.1       M&A and Partnerships Strategy ...........................................................................................................................21
4     Recent Developments .........................................................
								
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