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Patty Wang, Taipei; Steve Shen, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 12 February 2014]
  • Uniplus Electronics
  • Performance
    The company's stock price closed at NT$2.76 on the TSE on Thursday, May 25, 2017.
    The company has reported consolidated revenues of NT$30 million for April 2017, representing a 26.1% drop on month and 21.2% drop on year.
    For the first quarter of 2017, the company totaled NT$110 million in consolidated revenues, up 15.4% sequentially and down 15.9% on year.
    Brief

    Full name: Uniplus Electronics

    Chinese name: 合正科技股份有限公司

    Short name: Uniplus

    Stock code: 5381

    Tax ID: 86332422

    Market: OTC

    Established: 6 Sep 1991

    Paid in capital: NT$1.87 billion

    Listed on OTC: 19 Mar 1999

    Public since: 30 May 1997

    Website: www.uniplus.com.tw

  • Latest stock
    Uniplus [5381] historical stock price (NT$)
    DateVolume (k)TransactionsValueOpenHighLowCloseChangeAskBid
    26-May 45 11 130,930 2.93 2.95 2.77 2.92+0.16+5.80% 2.83 2.92
    25-May 67 9 184,850 2.75 2.90 2.72 2.76+0.01+0.36% 2.76 2.83
    24-May 220 20 606,280 2.76 2.76 2.75 2.75+0.00+0.00% 2.75 2.76
    23-May 127 28 340,700 2.62 2.77 2.62 2.75-0.01-0.36% 2.76 2.78
    22-May 45 9 126,630 2.89 2.89 2.68 2.76-0.04-1.43% 2.76 2.86
    • Source: TSE, compiled by Digitimes
    Latest sales

    Uniplus: Consolidated revenues, Apr 2016 - Apr 2017 (NT$m)

    Month

    Sales

    M/M

    Y/Y

    YTD

    Y/Y

    Apr-17

    30

    (26.1%)

    (21.2%)

    140

    (17.4%)

    Mar-17

    41

    17.2%

    (16%)

    110

    (16.3%)

    Feb-17

    35

    4.5%

    8.4%

    69

    (16.5%)

    Jan-17

    34

    (13.5%)

    (32.7%)

    34

    (32.7%)

    Dec-16

    39

    9.7%

    (23.8%)

    431

    (56.9%)

    Nov-16

    35

    58.1%

    (27.5%)

    393

    (58.6%)

    Oct-16

    22

    7.8%

    (53.9%)

    357

    (60.3%)

    Sep-16

    21

    (40.1%)

    (62.8%)

    335

    (60.7%)

    Aug-16

    35

    15.2%

    (55%)

    314

    (60.5%)

    Jul-16

    30

    (14.3%)

    (72.9%)

    279

    (61.1%)

    Jun-16

    35

    (19.9%)

    (69.6%)

    249

    (59%)

    May-16

    44

    13.6%

    (54.7%)

    214

    (56.5%)

    Apr-16

    39

    (21.2%)

    (67.1%)

    170

    (56.9%)

    *Figures are consolidated
    Source: TSE, compiled by Digitimes, May 2017

    Uniplus: Consolidated revenues, 1Q16 - 1Q17 (NT$m)

    Quarter

    Sales

    Q/Q

    Y/Y

    YTD

    Y/Y

    1Q-17

    110

    15.4%

    (15.9%)

    110

    (15.9%)

    4Q-16

    95

    11.2%

    (44.7%)

    430

    (39%)

    3Q-16

    86

    (27.5%)

     

    335

    (37.2%)

    2Q-16

    118

    (9.6%)

    (64.1%)

    249

    (59.1%)

    1Q-16

    131

    (24.1%)

    (53.3%)

    131

    (53.3%)

    *Figures are consolidated
    Source: TSE, compiled by Digitimes, May 2017

    Latest balance sheet and income statement

    Uniplus: Consolidated balance sheet, 1Q16 - 1Q17 (NT$k)

    Item

    1Q-2017

    4Q-2016

    3Q-2016

    2Q-2016

    1Q-2016

    Current assets

    514,567

    507,490

    491,127

    513,626

    555,594

    Intangible assets

    0

    0

    0

    Non-current assets

    28,953

    28,681

    33,346

    36,052

    39,958

    Assets

    543,520

    536,171

    524,473

    549,678

    595,552

    Current liabilities

    44,251

    43,519

    41,585

    71,385

    130,382

    Non-current liabilities

    4,253

    4,661

    14,714

    15,287

    14,019

    Liabilities

    48,504

    48,180

    56,299

    86,672

    144,401

    Stockholders' equity

    495,016

    487,991

    468,174

    463,006

    451,151

    *Figures are consolidated
    Source: TSE, compiled by Digitimes, May 2017

    Uniplus: Consolidated income statement, 1Q16 - 1Q17 (NT$k)

    Item

    1Q-2017

    4Q-2016

    3Q-2016

    2Q-2016

    1Q-2016

    NT$k

    % of sales

    NT$k

    % of sales

    NT$k

    % of sales

    NT$k

    % of sales

    NT$k

    % of sales

    Gross sales

    109,954

     

    95,259

     

    85,649

     

    118,195

     

    130,702

     

    Operating revenue

    109,954

    100%

    95,259

    100%

    85,649

    100%

    118,195

    100%

    130,702

    100%

    Gross profit (loss) from operations

    33,754

    30.7%

    26,852

    28.2%

    24,121

    28.2%

    28,597

    24.2%

    26,626

    20.4%

    Operating expenses

    17,323

    15.8%

    21,192

    22.2%

    14,585

    17%

    17,383

    14.7%

    62,947

    48.2%

    Operating income (loss)

    16,431

    14.9%

    5,660

    5.9%

    9,536

    11.1%

    11,214

    9.5%

    -36,321

    -27.8%

    Non-operating expenses and losses

    -10,169

    -9.2%

    5,347

    5.6%

    -4,036

    -4.7%

    1,637

    1.4%

    200,446

    153.4%

    Income from continuing operations before income tax

    6,262

    5.7%

    11,007

    11.6%

    5,500

    6.4%

    12,851

    10.9%

    164,125

    125.6%

    Net income (loss)

    7,038

    6.4%

    10,375

    10.9%

    5,021

    5.9%

    11,754

    9.9%

    150,304

    115%

    *Figures are consolidated
    Source: TSE, compiled by Digitimes, May 2017

  • Uniplus Electronics full profile

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