Nov 7 (Reuters) - Anglo-Eastern Plantations PLC <ANEA.L>::TRADING STATEMENT.FOR FIRST NINE MONTHS ENDED 30 SEPT 2019, OWN PRODUCTION OF FRESH FRUIT BUNCHES ("FFB") WAS 765,240MT, A DECREASE OF 3%.9 MONTH TOTAL CRUDE PALM OIL PRODUCED WAS 296,600MT, 6% LOWER THAN CORRESPONDING PERIOD.STRONGER CPO PRICES ARE EXPECTED IN Q4 OF 2019 AND NEXT YEAR.
Aug 20 (Reuters) - Anglo-Eastern Plantations PLC <ANEA.L>::ANGLO-EASTERN PLANTATIONS PLC - REVENUE FOR SIX MONTHS TO 30 JUNE WAS $97.9 MILLION, 27% LOWER.ANGLO-EASTERN PLANTATIONS - OVERALL PROFIT BEFORE TAX FOR FIRST HALF OF 2019 DECREASED BY 93% TO $1.6 MILLION VERSUS $22.0 MILLION.ANGLO-EASTERN PLANTATIONS PLC - AS IN PREVIOUS YEARS, NO INTERIM DIVIDEND HAS BEEN DECLARED.ANGLO-EASTERN PLANTATIONS - SEES CPO PRICES TO REMAIN SUBDUED DUE TO LIKELY HIGHER OUTPUT AND INVENTORIES ACROSS MARKET IN SECOND HALF OF 2019.ANGLO-EASTERN PLANTATIONS - EXPECT PRODUCTION VOLUMES IN SECOND HALF OF YEAR TO IMPROVE.
April 24 (Reuters) - Anglo-Eastern Plantations PLC <ANEA.L>::FY REVENUE $250.9 MILLION VERSUS $291.9 MILLION.FY DIVIDEND 3.0CTS.FY PROFIT BEFORE TAX BEFORE BIOLOGICAL ASSET MOVEMENT $33.2 MILLION VERSUS $70.0 MILLION.FRESH FRUIT BUNCHES ("FFB") PRODUCTION IN 2018 WAS 1.04 MILLION MT, 11.9% HIGHER THAN PREVIOUS YEAR OF 929,600MT.DECISION BY SOME MEMBERS OF EU TO BAN OR PHASE OUT USE OF PALM OIL AND PALM BIODIESEL IS LIKELY TO HURT INDUSTRY.
Nov 1 (Reuters) - Anglo-Eastern Plantations PLC <ANEA.L>::FOR FIRST NINE MONTHS ENDED 30 SEPT, OWN PRODUCTION OF FRESH FRUIT BUNCHES WAS 787,160MT, UP 14 PERCENT.BALANCE SHEET REMAINS STRONG WITH COMPANY CONTINUING TO GENERATE POSITIVE CASH FLOW.CONTINUES TO FACE RESISTANCE & DIFFICULTY IN CONCLUDING LAND COMPENSATION SETTLEMENT WITH VILLAGERS IN BENGKULU AND BANGKA.EARTHWORK FOR SEVENTH MILL IN NORTH SUMATERA DELAYED DUE TO UNFAVOURABLE WEATHER, NOW EXPECTED TO FINISH BY EARLY NEXT YEAR.HIGHER CPO PRODUCTION WON'T COMPENSATE FOR DROP IN CPO PRICE; EXPECTED TO LEAD TO LOWER FY REVENUE, PROFITABILITY.
Aug 28 (Reuters) - Anglo-Eastern Plantations PLC <ANEA.L>::REVENUE FOR SIX MONTHS TO 30 JUNE WAS $133.3 MILLION, 9% LOWER.PROFIT BEFORE TAX FOR FIRST HALF OF 2018 DECREASED BY 30% TO $22.0 MILLION.NO INTERIM DIVIDEND HAS BEEN DECLARED.
Anglo-eastern Plantations Plc <ANEA.L>: H1 revenue fell 17 pct to $86 mln . Says H1 profit before tax fell by 10 pct to $19.5 mln from $21.8 mln for corresponding period . Says as at June 30 2016 group's total cash balance was $93.0 mln (H1 2015: $110.9 mln) .Says potential impact of Britain's vote to leave European union, better known as Brexit, on group is limited.
Anglo-Eastern Plantations PLC:Declares final dividend of 3.0p per share in respect of the year to Dec. 31, 2014.The final dividend will be paid on July 10 to those shareholders on the register on June 12.
Anglo-Eastern Plantations PLC:Declares final dividend of 3 pence per share in respect of the year to Dec. 31, 2013.Will be paid on June 17 to those shareholders on the register on May 16.
Anglo-Eastern Plantations PLC announced that the Board is proposing to declare a final dividend of GBP0.045 in respect of 2012 (2011: GBP0.06). Subject to shareholder approval at the AGM, the final dividend will be paid on July 5, 2013 to those shareholders on the register on June 7, 2013.
Anglo-Eastern Plantations PLC announced that its subsidiary PT Sawit Graha Manunggal (SGM) has entered into a loan agreement with PT Bank DBS Indonesia (DBSI) under the terms of which DBSI will extend a loan of US35.0m to SGM. AEP controls approximately 81.2% of the shares in SGM and has agreed to guarantee the liabilities and obligations of SGM to DBSI pursuant to the loan agreement. SGM will apply the loan for the purpose of funding plantation and development of approximately 11,500 hectares of palm oil (of which 8,428 hectares have already been planted), working capital and funding the construction of a CPO mill and other fixed assets in Kalimantan, Indonesia. Initial development of the Kalimantan plantation started in 2008 and harvesting has started for 300 hectares of palm oil in 2012. The Board estimates that the current asset value of the SGM plantation to be not less than USD35.0m. As at the date hereof, there are no profits attributable to the Kalimantan project. The loan will be made to SGM for a period of seven years with an option to extend for a further 12 months. Interest will be charged at SIBOR plus 4.5% plus DBSI's liquidity premium on terms usual for such a transaction.