Corporate Profile

Overview and overall business operations

Power Line Engineering Public Co., Ltd was established on July 8th, 1988 by a group of engineers led by Mr. Swake Srisuchart and Mr. Amnuay Kanjanopas, to engage in the services of the design, engineering and installation of mechanical and electrical (M&E) system and civil construction for offices, hotels, complex and plaza buildings, hospitals and factories. To be in line with the company’s expansion, the company was registered to be a public company on August 29th, 2002 and its shares were listed and floated in the Stock Exchange of Thailand on December 12th, 2002. During the past years, the company’s businesses were increased substantially and PLE have invested in several businesses such as Real Estate, Bio-mass 10 MW power plant and joint ventures with foreign companies to engage in construction business in overseas through its subsidiaries and joint venture. Details are as follows:

Bidding policy in 2018 and the next years, the company has planned to concentrate on bidding for more the government’s projects, which Thai government will provide substantially budget for a number of infrastructure projects i.e. double track trains of the State Railways of Thailand, several routes of MRTA owned by Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand, the expansion of Suwannaphom Airport Phase II and Eastern Economic Corridor-EEC. Apart from the government’s projects, the company continues to acquire business from the company’s loyal customers i.e. Central Group, Tesco, CP Group, TCC Group, Prinsiri group, Noble Group, Chulalongkorn University and Rangsit University together with other factories and power plants

The details of the company and its affiliated companies’ operation are as follows:

Power Line Engineering Public Co., Ltd. (PLE)

The Company offers the services of design, procurement and installation of complete systems for government and private sectors through being main contractor or sub-contractor. The works are generated from direct bidding, business negotiation and in the form of joint ventures and Consortium. The main 5 systems in the services

  1. General Civil Construction
  2. Electrical System
  3. Air Conditioning System
  4. Sanitary & Plumbing and Fire Protection System
  5. Telecommunication System

PLE International Co.,Ltd (PLEI) ( formerly UNIMA)

Established on July 16, 1987, PLE International Co., Ltd. (PLEI) rendered the services in General Civil Construction for Office buildings, Hospitals, Shopping Complexes, Institutions, Hotels, Industrial Plants and Government facilities. Our government customers include Provincial Water Works, Ministry of Health, and Ministry of Interior etc.

Power Line Engineering Public Company Limited owned 99.99 of PLEI’s shareholding capital in order to engage in civil construction business. In June 2005, PLEI’s registered paid up capital increased from Baht 60 million to Baht 300 million. During the last 3 years, PLEI had not operated its business in a significant basis. It is waiting to collect the debts from outstanding debtors which are under the collection process. Unima has changed its name to PLEI in 2012 and PLE has a plan to use PLEI for oversea business. Furthermore, the company currently has plans to join with potential foreign contractors to participate in bidding of future governmental projects and energy projects.

Techner Co., Ltd (TN)

Techner Co.,Ltd (TN) was established on March 9th ,1990 with registered paid up capital of Baht 10 million engaging in construction service business. TN is located on 140 Pacific Place One Building, unit 1001, Sukhumvit road, Klong Toey, Bangkok 10110. On 4 June 2005, Power Line Engineering Public Company Limited (PLE)’s Board of Directors approved to invest in TN by holding 50% of TN shares being Baht 5.0 million in order to proceed the government’s low cost housing project approximately valued of Baht 2 billion during the period of 3 years. This low cost housing project will generate the income to PLE based on shareholding basis starting from 2007 to 2008. In August 2007, the company increased its capital to Baht 60 million with paid up capital of Bath 22.5 million of which Baht 11.25 million held/paid by PLE. PLE repaid the Baht 18.75 million shares of TN on August 20th, 2009, therefore, Baht 30 million TN shares owned by PLE was totally and fully repaid. TN entered into the contracts with National Housing Authority (NHA) to construct the 3 low cost housing projects including Lardlum Kaew 974 units, Ayudhraya 4,300 units and Aoung Thong 1,550 units. TN Lardlum Kaew have been completed and handed over to NHA. The other 2 projects have only 13% progress and in April 2008, NHA had terminated the both projects and also claimed as the 2 bank guarantees totaling value of Baht 280 million from Siam Commercial Bank Plc and the bank guarantee of Baht 79 million from Thai Bank Plc. (being CIMB presently) which were based on the reason that the works under the contracts had no progress and delayed. TN took the dispute issued to Civil Court and currently the sued case is under mediation. The next mediation will be on April 3rd, 2009, which had not found the resolution, therefore, the court set the hearing on July 20 to 23, 2010. In May 2012 the Civil court transferred the cases to Administration court. On September 4th,2017 the Administration court had ordered TN and its guaranteeing bank to pay the liquidated damages to NHA (Ayudthaya project) in the amount of Baht 272.1 million with the interest rate of 15% per annual of the principle amount of Baht 203.8 milllion as same as on September 6th, 2017 the court had ordered TN and its guaranteeing bank to pay the damages to NHA in the amount of Baht 88.4 million with the interest rate of 15% per annual of the principle of Baht 66.74 million. PLE had also set the total provision of Baht 517.5 million for these damages as PLE are the guarantor for the banks. TN had appealed to the Supreme Administration court and expected the court to have the judgement in the end of 2018.

PLE as TN major shareholder had determined TN”s Managing Director and executive directors to submit the plans for resolving TN’s problems and following TN’s the large debt i.e. Apex Concrete tech Co.,Ltd. for repayment of its debt a.s.a.p. However, during 2008, the managing direct and executive direct did not proceeded as PLE’s request and there has been no progress is solving TN problems. TN had also not submitted the 2008 financial statements for PLE preparing consolidated financials. As a result PLE’s auditor opinioned “qualified” on PLE’s consolidated financials, which discredited PLE. Therefore, PLE has sued TN and its managing director and executive directors on February 26th, 2009 and April 8th,2009 PLE took the criminal case against TN’s managing director and a executive, which currently is under court process. Presently, there are 14 cases being sued under civil and criminal cases against TN’s managing director. The 5 criminal cases are under the Supreme court. The first criminal court’s verdict had jail sentence for TN managing director. Apart from the mentioned case, The Civil court had sentence TN to pay the debts to PLE, which is under the process of confiscation. The Legal Execution Department had confiscated TN’s 5 plots of land valuing Baht 27,712,500 and proposed for the public auction but there were no bidders interesting in the lands. The Legal Execution Department will continue to arrange the auction

S A P S 2007 Holding Co., Ltd. (SAPS)

SAPS was established on December 7th, 2007 with the registered paid up capital of Baht 80 million to be PLE’s holding company for investing other businesses, which can generate consistent income to PLE. PLE’s Board of Directors had approved to invest in SAPS with initial investment of Baht 80 million on June 14th, 2007. In 2008 PLE’s board of directors had approved to increase SAPS’s capital by Baht 60 million from Baht 80 million to Baht 140 million is order to invest in SDC. Therefore SAPS’s paid up capital in Baht 140 million and its capital is fully invested in SDC (PLE’s board of directors has approved to further invest in SAPS by Baht 20 million from Baht 140 million to Baht 160 million being 99% owned by PLE on February 27th, 2009. SAPS’s revenue is only derived from the dividend from SDC. On February 29th, 2016 the Broad of Directors have resolved SAPS to transfer all SDC shares to PLE in order that PLE can sell SDC shares to Adamas Incorporation Public Company Limited (ADAM). The price is 370 million baht. The company has a profit of about 195 million baht. On August 17, 2018, SAPS has entered into the land purchase and sales agreement for a piece of land in Ekkamai 22 Alley, with the space of 3 ngarn, 99 square wah, in the value of 111,720,000 Baht to invest in the condominium project. The transfer of ownership of this asset was made on March 5, 2019, and the project is currently under the market feasibility study.

1 Joint Ventures

PLE entered into joint venture namely “PAR Joint Venture” with Ascon Construction Public Company Limited and Roam Nakorn Construction (Thailand) with investment ratio of 35:30:35 in order to acquire the construction project of MRT Purple Line Contract 3 valuing Baht 5,025 million. The construction is on the process. PLE increase its shares to 90% in the JV. The progress of the project construction is 65% and plan to complete in July 2014. In 2014 JV-PAR’s total revenue of Baht 1,799.8 million and net profit of 4.3 million were recorded respectively. At the end of 2015 PAR has already hand over the completed project to MRTA, currently PAR work on the shortlist of defect works and expects to totally collect the final payment of Baht 318.4 million in April 2016. The revenue of claiming variation orders and escalation factors from MRTA were below the expectation and resulted to the substantial loss of Baht 1,120 million from PAR’s operation, which resulted consequently to the company‘s loss at the end of 2015. In the 2018 PAR booked the loss of Baht 2.6 million due to the repairing of defect and was pending for collecting the remaining amount of Baht 69 million.

The company’s development relating to business operation and control for the operations in the 2018 are as follows:


April The Company arranged the Annual General Meeting of shareholders 2018 at Ambassador Hotel, Bangkok. The meeting had agreed upon the following resolutions:
  • The resolution was made to approve the dividend payment to shareholders at the rate of 0.052 Baht (Five point two satang) for 1,361,817,913 shares; equivalent to 70,814,813.48 Baht, accounting for 50.70% of the net profit in 2017.
  • The resolution was made to decrease the Company’s registered capital from 2,722,700,705 Baht to 1,906,358,054 Baht, decreasing by 816,342,651 Baht, particularly in preparation for the issuance and offering of newly issued ordinary shares for capital increase remaining of the existing shareholders’ subscription rights to allocate and offer to limited number of individuals. The paid-up capital amounts to 1,361,817,913 Baht, comprising of 1,361,817,913 ordinary shares, at the par value of 1 Baht per share.
October Prescribing the rights to purchase ordinary shares for capital increase for Power Line Engineering PCL according to PLE-W3 warrant; (the last exercising of right) and the request for suspension of PLE-W3 warrant.
December There was only one individual exercising one’s right according to PLE-W3 warrant, with 44 units, equivalent to 44 ordinary shares at the rate of 2.20 Baht, or 96.80 Baht. With this, the Company’s paid-up capital 5678amounts to 1,361,817,957 Baht.

“The investors may have further the company’s information in the form 56-1 annual report in the website : www.sec.or.th or the company website : www.ple.co.th

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2 Soi Sukhumvit 81 (Siripoj) Sukhumvit Rd., Bangjak, Phrakhanong, Bangkok 10260
Tel. : 66-2332-0345 Fax : 66-2311-0851