Singapore company briefs: United Hampshire US REIT, KSH Holdings and JUMBO Group.
United Hampshire US REIT
United Hampshire US REIT said Tuesday it has provided the potential acquirer of two self-storage properties a third extension of time to complete due diligence to 11 April.
JUMBO Group said Tuesday it has opened two new Kok Kee Wonton Noodle stalls in Singapore, bringing its total to eight. The two new stalls are located at the Yong Li Coffee Shop at Bedok North Avenue 3 and at the Lazada One Builidng on Bras Basah Road, the company said in a filing to SGX.
“The steady expansion of Kok Kee’s network is a clear reflection of the group’s strategic intent and determination to deepen JUMBO’s presence in the Singapore market, by making our hawker concepts a part of Singaporeans’ daily lives through greater accessibility,” JUMBO said, noting it acquired Kok Kee in December 2020.
KSH Holdings‘ wholly owned subsidiary Kim Seng Heng Engineering Construction has accepted a letter of award (LOA) for a new construction project, boosting the Singapore construction order book to more than S$530 million, the company said in a filing to SGX Tuesday.
The order book is expected to contribute to financial results through the financial year ending end-March 2025, the filing said.