SIBU: Pansar Bhd (Pansar) has declared a dividend of two sen per ordinary share consisting of franked dividend of one sen per ordinary share less 25 per cent tax and single tier dividend of one sen per ordinary share, after posting turnover of RM 399.1 million, gross profit of RM 56.1 million, after tax profit of RM 15.8 million, and earnings per share of 5.64 sen for its financial year ended 31 March 2012. Read more
The Star – September 06, 2012
Sibu-based firm looking at SCORE to further enhance economic growth.
SIBU: Pansar Berhad is continuously looking for investment opportunities to enhance its growth. “In any business investments which we are looking at, they need to have synergy with what we are doing, whether they are upstream or downstream,” said its managing director Jason Tai. Read more
Pansar’s Managing Director, Mr Jason Tai, was recently appointed as Vice President of Sibu Regional Centre, Sarawak Chamber of Commerce & Industry and Country Director of BIMP-EAGA Malaysian Business Council (BEMBC) Sarawak Chapter (2012-2014).
Pansar Berhad, YANMAR’s marine engine distributor in Malaysia, and YANMAR ASIA SINGAPORE CORPORATION PTE. LTD. (YASC) worked hand in hand to organize a launch ceremony and sea trial of a ferry boat fitted with the YANMAR 12AY engine on September l9 to 20 at Langkawi in western Malaysia. Read more
SIBU: Pansar Berhad, the company formerly known as PWE Industries Berhad, declared a dividend of 4% less 25% income tax after posting healthy numbers for its financial year ended 31 March 2011 with turnover of RM 355 million, gross profit of RM 51 million, after tax profit of just under RM 20 million and earnings per share of 8.37 sen.
LANGKAWI: The event is the launching of the Yanmar 12AY series, with engine output of 1200HP, 1400HP & 1600HP @ 1950RPM at Hotel Bahagia, Langkawi from 19 – 21 Sept 2011.
46 participants consisting of naval achitects, ship owners and ship builders from East & West Malaysia attended the 2 days event. Read more
The Borneo Post – March 19, 2011 SIBU:
Pansar Company Sdn Bhd yesterday confirmed that the operations of its Japanese partner – Yanmar – were not affected by the earthquake and tsunami that flattened Japan’s northeast coast. Read more