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TTJ Holdings lifts order book to S$166m with new contracts

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TTJ's chairman and managing director Teo Hock Chwee said: "Given the increasingly competitive market we face, securing these contracts is an encouraging achievement for us. We hope this will translate into better returns for our shareholders."

STRUCTURAL steel fabricators TTJ Holdings Ltd announced on Monday that it has secured new contracts, bringing the group's order book to S$166 million as at May 22.

In a Singapore Exchange filing, the company said it secured a second contract for the supply, fabrication and installation of structural steelworks for the Methionine Plant in Jurong Island.

The group was also awarded a contract for the East Coast Integrated Depot and another contract for the Mandai Depot.

TTJ's chairman and managing director Teo Hock Chwee said: "Given the increasingly competitive market we face, securing these contracts is an encouraging achievement for us. We hope this will translate into better returns for our shareholders."

TTJ closed trading unchanged at S$0.385 on Monday.

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