MAINBOARD-LISTED crane supplier Tat Hong Holdings stayed in the red in the second quarter, but its losses were halved on the back of improved performance in its Australian operations.

CRANE-supplier Tat Hong Holdings on Friday said that it has received a non-binding letter from Standard Chartered Private Equity Singapore (SCPE) confirming its proposal to acquire shares of the firm...

SOME 900 guests, led by Defence Minister Ng Eng Hen, gathered to celebrate mainboard-listed Tat Hong Holdings' 60th Anniversary at a gala dinner at Marina Bay Sands last Sunday...

CRANE specialist Tat Hong Holdings, which resumed trading on Friday, gained 12.3 per cent or S$0.05 to S$0.455 as at 1.31pm.

CRANE specialist Tat Hong Holdings, which has halted trading in its shares after they rallied more than 5 per cent on Thursday, revealed that it has been approached by certain parties on a potential...

TRADING in Tat Hong Holdings has been halted at 03:18pm on Thursday, pending the release of an announcement.

LOWER expenses helped crane supplier Tat Hong Holdings to narrow its fourth-quarter loss, but the company is not raising hopes for the year ahead with guidance for more market weakness.

Crane supplier Tat Hong Holdings narrowed its fourth-quarter loss to S$29.2 million, or 4.24 Singapore cents per share, as a sharp decline in other operating expenses offsets a revenue decline.

LOOKING ahead, Energy Maritime Associates (EMA) expects 83-168 orders in 2017-2021, of which floating production storage and offloading vessels (FPSOs) are expected to remain the largest segment with...

CRANE operator Tat Hong Holdings managed to swing back into the black for the third quarter ended Dec 31, 2016.