KUALA LUMPUR (Apr 2): Super Enterprise Holdings Bhd rose as much as 35 sen or 13% to RM3.08 on news Nasdaq-listed Multi-Color Corp was interested to buy a stake in the Malaysian firm.
Both Multi-Color and Super Enterprise have a common business in labelling solutions.
At 10:39am, Super Enterprise (fundamental: 2.5; valuation: 1.8) shares pared gains to trade at RM2.89, with some 697,100 shares done. It was the second-largest gainer across the local bourse.
At 11:13am, the stock changed hands at RM2.87. Super Enterprise's share trade resumed today following a two-day suspension last Tuesday (Mar 31) and yesterday (Apr 1).
In an announcement with Bursa Malaysia yesterday, Super Enterprise said it had received a non-binding indication of interest from Multi-Color to “explore a potential transaction” involving Super Enterprise shares.
“MCC (Multi-Color) requires, among others, a due diligence to be satisfactorily completed before it can proceed to the stage of making a definitive offer involving the shares of Super Enterprise, if applicable,” Super Enterprise said in a statement.
The scope of the due diligence will include the operations of Super Enterprise and its subsidiaries, besides customers, suppliers and financials of the group.
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