Corporate digest

Sakae Holdings

Sakae Holdings, which owns the Sakae Sushi restaurant chain, posted a net loss attributable to shareholders of S$134,000 for its first quarter ended Sep 30, after a S$69,000 profit in the same period last year. This translates to loss per share of 0.1 Singapore cent.

Revenue was down 32.5 per cent to S$3.8 million on the back of dining restrictions and reduced operating capacities at restaurants, the company said.


United Food Holdings

The mainboard listed company posted a second-quarter net loss attributable to shareholders of 1.9 million yuan (S$402,957), narrowing from a 2 million yuan loss in the year-ago period.

For the 3 months ended Sept 30, 2021, revenue was down 53.9 per cent to 293,000 yuan, compared to 636,000 yuan in the same period the previous year. The group said that revenue mainly came from its additives related segment, as its animal feed/traditional medicine segment was "adversely affected" by the African swine fever in Q2.


Hatten Land

The Catalist-listed company posted a net loss of RM16 million (S$5.2 million) for its first quarter ended Sep 30, narrowing from RM16.6 million in the year-ago period. This translates to a loss per share of 1 sen.


Addvalue Technologies

Addvalue Technologies' net loss for the first half ending Sep 30 stood at US$1.1 million, narrowing from US$1.5 million in the same period last year, the mainboard-listed company said in a bourse filing on Sunday (Nov 14).

This amounts to a loss per share of 0.05 US cent, compared to 0.08 US cent in the year-ago period.


New Silkroutes Group

New Silkroutes Group posted a loss from continuing operations of US$751,000 for its first quarter ended Sep 30, after a restated US$217,000 profit for the same year-ago period. This translates for a loss per share of 0.36 US cent.

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