SES exchange. Sector: Technology. Industry: Electronics & Computer Distribution. Location Singapore, Singapore.

Multi-Chem Limited [AWZ.SISingapore

1.68USD0.02 (-1.19%)

• At close Wed Oct 12 2022

105,038,478 USD
MARKET CAP
8.579
PE
0.374
BETA (5y)
0.197
EPS

profit

167%

for 5 years

profit

133%

for 3 years

profit

118%

for 2 years

profit

26%

for 1 year

profit

-5%

for this year

About Multi-Chem Limited

Multi-Chem Limited, an investment holding company, distributes information technology products in Singapore, Greater China, Australia, India, and internationally. It operates in two segments, PCB Business and IT Business. The company distributes hardware and software relating to internet and network products, as well as related installation, technical, and maintenance services. It also offers PCB manufacturing services, such as precision drilling services to PCB fabricators. In addition, the company distributes a range of specialty chemicals; and supplies PCB-related materials and equipment, including entry and back-up materials for drilling, non-woven brushes to ensure clean copper surface with suitable roughness, tacky rollers, tack cloth/wipes, cleaning machine to remove foreign particles on PCBs, and automatic drills regrinding machines and x-ray inspection machines. Further, it rents machines, as well as offers software consultancy and implementation services; and provides IT training courses. Multi-Chem Limited was incorporated in 1985 and is headquartered in Singapore.

Multi-Chem Limited
https://www.multichem.com.sg
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