Over the past week, the shares of LHN have soared around 20 per cent amid concerted efforts by the company to engage the market. Its founder and executive chairman Kelvin Lim has been explaining LHN’s business model, strategy, value proposition and outlook to analysts and investors.
Space-optimisation and serviced-apartment specialist LHN Group is looking at options to enhance shareholder value, including boosting its dividend payouts and putting in place a firm dividend policy.
Those driving into Singapore from Malaysia can also access the chargers here on the same platform. The platform is provided through a partnership between Yinson Green Technologies, a Malaysian company that is the majority shareholder of chargEV, and a subsidiary of LHN, a Singapore real-estate management services group.