SERBA Dinamik Holdings Bhd net loss for its second quarter ended Dec 31, 2021 (2Q22), widened to RM290.33 million from RM42.1 million in 1Q22.
Revenue for the period amounted to RM177.14 million, which was 90% lower year-on-year from the RM1.8 billion it posted for the same period a year earlier.
Revenue decreased 77.8% from 1Q22 mainly due to slower activities in the operations and maintenance segment, especially in Qatar, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Malaysia.
“Overall, the group incurred a gross loss of RM165.9 million, with a reduction of RM234.8 million against 1Q22,” the company said in a filing to Bursa Malaysia yesterday.
Its operations and maintenance (O&M) segment remains the largest contributor to revenue in both 2Q22 and 1Q22, albeit the decrease in revenue compared to 1Q22.
The group recorded a net loss of RM332m after corporate expenses and consolidation elimination of RM235m
Engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPCC) segment’s revenue in 2Q22 reduced by 41.9% compared to 1Q22 to RM30.4 million due to slower EPCC activities in Malaysia hence resulting in the gross loss position for the current quarter.
Serba Dinamik’s ICT segment and education and training (E&T) segment registered revenue of RM2.7 million and RM2.3 million respectively in the quarter.
Revenue and gross loss for the six months totalled RM976.5 million and RM96.9 million respectively. About 90% of the group’s revenue was contributed by the O&M segment, followed by 8.5% from the EPCC and remaining 0.9% from the ICT and E&T segments.
The group recorded a net loss of RM332 million after corporate expenses and consolidation elimination of RM234.7 million.
Geographically, the Middle East region continued to be the highest revenue contributor for the group accounting for 51.1% of the overall revenue in the quarter or RM177.1 million.
The revenue mainly came from projects in Qatar and the UAE at RM58.8 million and RM30.6 million respectively.
South-East Asia accounted for RM64 million of revenue in 2Q22 or 36.1% of the total. Its Malaysian business, mainly the O&M and EPCC activities, made RM44.1 million or 24.9% of revenue.
Indonesia contributed 11.2% of total revenue for the quarter or RM19.9 million.
Serba Dinamik has been classified as a PN17 company by the exchange and its shares remain suspended since Oct 22, 2021.
“The company board is confident its restructuring and regularisation plan will benefit shareholders in the long run. At this time, the board has enlisted the assistance of the court’s judicial management,” its filing stated.
Serba Dinamik anticipates operations will remain challenging.
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