HSL now private, delisted from Bursa Malaysia yesterday (May 26)

A file photo of HSL Tower.

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KUCHING, May 27: Hock Seng Lee (HSL) has been delisted from the Malaysian stock market, Bursa Malaysia as of 9am on Thursday (May 26).

HSL Management said this followed a privatisation exercise undertaken by its major shareholders which started on March 27.

The company also expressed its thanks to all shareholders, stakeholders, partners, colleagues and friends for their decades of support since HSL was listed on Bursa Malaysia on June 10, 1996.

“Over these 25 years, HSL has overcome many challenges and has grown from strength to strength, through ups and downs, successes and shortcomings.

“Without our loyal shareholders, the local community, our wonderful consultants, business partners, auditors, bankers, legal experts, architects and professionals from a wide range of industries, HSL could not have succeeded in bringing real value to the public at large.

“We also like to express our special thanks to clients, which includes both public and private sectors,” it said in a statement yesterday.

As they embark on the next chapter, HSL said they would remain committed to undertaking all existing projects diligently and responsibly, and to continue to participate in Sarawak’s development agenda. — DayakDaily