An Investor’s Quick Introduction To SembCorp Industries Limited And Its Businesses

SembCorp Industries Limited (SGX: U96) is a conglomerate with three major business segments: Utilities, Marine, and Urban Development & Others.

The Marine segment’s contribution mainly comes from SembCorp Industries’ 61% ownership stake in SembCorp Marine Ltd (SGX: S51).

As a conglomerate, Sembcorp Industries has a rather complex web of businesses within its group. Given the nature of its business and company structure, investors might get a little lost in the sea of information available out there.

In this article, we will do a quick overview of the company by looking at some key information published by the firm.

So first, a quick introduction by the company itself.

Source: Sembcorp Industries Facts and Figures 2016

Next, we will have a look at a number of figures published by the company to give us a quick understanding of the key numbers.

Source: Sembcorp Industries Facts and Figures 2016

To put the above into perspective, Sembcorp Industries was the 34th largest company in Singapore by market capitalization in 2016, according to Business Times.

And lastly, a quick overview of the key businesses.

Sembcorp Utilities

Here, Sembcorp Industries is a developer, operator and owner of energy and water assets.

Its energy business is mainly in China, India, Singapore and ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations), and Middle East & Africa.

On the other hand, its water businesses is mainly based in Singapore and ASEAN, China and Middle East & Africa.

Sembcorp Marine

For this segment, Sembcorp Industries focuses mainly on four key areas – Rigs & Floaters, Repairs & Upgrades, Offshore Platforms and Specialised Shipbuilding. Its facilities are located in located in Singapore, Indonesia, India, the UK and Brazil.

Sembcorp Development

Under this division, the firm is mostly focused on three countries – Vietnam, China and Indonesia.

Key takeaway

So there you go, a quick overview of Sembcorp Industries. For those who want to know more about the company, what you can do is to plough through the annual reports, which give really comprehensive information about the company.

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The information provided is for general information purposes only and is not intended to be personalised investment or financial advice. Motley Fool Singapore contributor Lawrence Nga doesn’t own shares in any companies mentioned.