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KSH Holdings order book increases to $392 million

This is the second construction project awarded to its subsidiary Kim Seng Heng Engineering Construction this month.

KSH Holdings' ER0 construction order book in Singapore has increased to $392 million after its wholly-owned subsidiary, Kim Seng Heng Engineering Construction, was awarded a new construction project on Feb 20.

This is the second construction project awarded to the subsidiary this month. On Feb 19, the company announced that its Singapore order book had increased to $156 million after the first letter of award (LOA) received by the subsidiary.

The group says that it is currently working on several tenders to further increase the order book to a higher amount.

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The order book is expected to contribute to the group’s financial results up to its FY2027 ending March 31, 2027.

Shares in KSH closed 0.5 cents lower or 2.04% down at 24 cents on Feb 20.

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