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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Mah Sing eyes 30pc revenue from overseas

PROPERTY group Mah Sing Group Bhd said it hopes overseas ventures will be able to bring in 30 per cent of its total revenue within five years.

Mah Sing is aiming to launch its first project in China this year and is also working towards participating in property development activities in Vietnam, Singapore and Australia.

"China and Vietnam have a high population demand, while for Singapore and Australia, we can offer the type of products they need based on our experience over the years," senior manager corporate communication Lyanna Tew said in Kuala Lumpur.

She said the group is expected to do well overseas, given its large network of consultants and architects.
Yesterday, Mah Sing held a signing ceremony with 20 of its future tenants at its first retail development project, Southgate Sungai Besi, which will be officially opened in June this year.

Southgate is an integrated commercial hub comprising three retail office blocks and corporate blocks with a total new lettable area of 600,000 sq ft. In 2009, it sold a seven-storey Apex Tower in Southgate to Taiwanese Chen Ho-Yuan for RM63.1 million.

Among tenants who took part in the signing ceremony include food and beverage outlet Subway, Aunty Anne's and Pappa Roti and fashion house Nichii, which took up 32,000 sq ft of retail shop lot.

This year, the property group is projecting between RM2 billion and RM2.5 billion in sales, boosted by project launch, with a gross development value (GDV) of between RM2.5 billion and RM3 billion.

Two highly anticipated projects are the MCity in Jalan Ampang and Icon City located in Petaling Jaya.

Currently, Mah Sing has 33 ongoing projects with a GDV of RM9.4 billion, which should last it over the next seven years.

By Business Times

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