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CPF

CHAROEN POKHPAND
CPF.BK
Last Price
28.75
09:38 GMT / 17 JUL 2019
Value Change [%]
0.00
[(0.00%)]
Volume
26,371,900
Open
28.50
Day's High
29.00
Year's High
30.50
Previous Close
28.75
Day's Low
28.50
Year's Low
23.70
Earnings Per Share
1.99
P/E Ratio
14.43
Lot Size
100
Div. Yield (%)
2.26
Dividend
0.65
Div. Pay Date
23 MAY 2019
Ex-Div. Date
07 MAY 2019
Last Trade
28.75
Last Trade Time (GMT)
09:38
Last Trade 2
28.75
Last Trade 3
28.75
Volume
26,371,900
Turnover
757,710
Bid
28.75
Bid Size
433,500
Ask
29.00
Ask Size
4,457,100
Close Bid
28.75
Close Ask
29.00
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Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company Limited is a Thailand-based company engaged in the operation of agro-industrial and integrated food businesses. The businesses are divided into two segments: livestock business, which comprises of chicken, duck and pigs and aquatic business, which consists of shrimp and fish. The two main businesses are vertically integrated, sourcing raw materials for animal feed production, breeding animals, farming animals for commercial purposes, processing meat, producing ready-to-eat food products, and selling products to both domestic and overseas markets. The Company’s products include animal feed, animal farm products, such as animal breeder, live animal and meat, and processed foods and ready meals. Its subsidiaries include Bangkok Produce Merchandising Public Company Limited, Bangkok Agro-Industrial Products Public Company Limited, Bangkok Food Products Co., Ltd. and Charoen Pokphand Northeastern, among others.

  • Market News
Thai CP Foods aims to lift revenue by 50% in 5 years as it expands overseas
4 July 2019
source: reuters.com
    BANGKOK, July 4 (Reuters) - Thailand's biggest agribusiness
Chareon Pokphand Food Pcl  CPF.BK  (CPF) aims to increase its
annual revenues by more than 50% to 800 billion baht ($26
billion) by 2023, helped by its expansion in the food sectors in
China and Vietnam, its CEO said on Thursday.
    "We plan revenue growth of 10% a year," Prasit
Boonduangprasert told reporters.
    Growth in the food segment will include processed and
ready-to-eat food, he said, adding that the company was open to
M&A opportunities if assets were cheap.
    CPF, Thailand's largest meat and animal feed producer, was
also experimenting with meat alternatives, Prasit said, citing
market interest in products like Beyond Meat, the
California-based producer of plant-based alternatives to meat.
    CPF booked revenue of $17 billion in 2018, with about a
third generated from Thailand's domestic markets and exports,
and 67% from overseas.
    Its food business accounted for 17% of revenue, while its
farm and feed businesses generated the bulk of group revenues.
    The proportion of revenue from Thailand will decline to
around 25% by 2023 while its farm and feed segments will also
decrease as a percentage of total revenue over time, although
they will still grow, he said.
    CPF has livestock, aquaculture, animal feed and restaurant
businesses across 17 countries. 
    In April it announced the acquisition of Canadian pork
producer HyLife for $372 million and is awaiting anti-trust
approval, Prasit said.

 ($1 = 30.6400 baht)

 (Reporting by Chayut Setboonsarng; Editing by Susan Fenton)
 ((Panu.Wongcha-um@thomsonreuters.com; +6626488658;))
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