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Hanfeng Evergreen Inc. WKN: A0CAP2

Hanfeng Evergreen Inc. is a leading provider of value-added fertilizers for China’s urban greening and large agricultural markets. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Hanfeng has a research and development centre and production facilities in China.

While China is the world’s largest consumer and producer of conventional fertilizers, its value-added fertilizer industry is still at an early stage of development. Value-added fertilizers have properties which improve fertilization effectiveness and efficiency, while reducing environmental damage compared with conventional fertilizers. China’s domestic fertilizer industry is fragmented with numerous small regional producers, many operating out-dated and inefficient equipment. There is limited domestic production of slow-release fertilizers and high quality NPK fertilizers. Imported value-added fertilizers are too expensive to penetrate the China market to any significant extent.

The demand and need for value-added fertilizers in China is growing due to the modernization of the agricultural industry and growing environmental concerns. Hanfeng is a first-mover in addressing this demand with domestic production, which allows for cost savings over imported products. Our investments in technology and production capacity have positioned Hanfeng to be a leader in the value-added fertilizer industry and have garnered industry and government support in China.

Hanfeng has established a track record of strong growth and profitability from inception, due to our team’s extensive operating experience in China. Our commitment to innovation, quality and customer service has enabled Hanfeng to build a valuable brand name and reputation. With over 600 experienced and dedicated employees in China and a strong board of directors and management team in Canada, we believe that Hanfeng’s key competitive advantage is our human resources.

Our name “Hanfeng” is an homage to our roots and our future: “Han” meaning of ancient Chinese heritage, and “Feng” meaning maple, an internationally recognized icon of Canada. Hanfeng symbolizes our unique combination of Canadian capital and technology, with local market knowledge and operating experience, to realize the rapid growth opportunities in China.

Value-added Fertilizer Strategy
Hanfeng’s growth strategy is to capitalize on our first-mover advantage in the value-added fertilizer industry by focusing our resources on establishing a market leading position in two prime agricultural regions of China: the China East Region (Jiangsu, Shandong, Anhui, and Zhejiang provinces and Shanghai), and the Northeast China region (Heilongjiang, Jilin, Liaoning provinces and Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region). The goal of Hanfeng’s strategy is to create barriers to entry in these regions by establishing low cost production of value-added fertilizers, enabling us to deliver value to the customer, develop relationships with distributors and build upon the existing Hanfeng brand name.

Hanfeng has acquired exclusive for China licenses for slow-release and premium NPK production technology and established the country’s first private R&D centre for value-added fertilizers at our Shanghai site. Hanfeng’s strategy of investing in technology and R&D is expected to enhance our competitive advantage and protect profit margins.
HANFENG ANNOUNCES RECORD FINANCIAL RESULTS FOR 2007
--Annual sales grow by 136% to $141 million--
--EPS doubles to $0.34 per share--

TORONTO, March 6, 2008 – Hanfeng Evergreen Inc. (“Hanfeng” or the “Company”) today reported its financial results for the fourth quarter and year ended December 31, 2007. All amounts are in
Canadian dollars unless otherwise noted.

For the year ended December 31, 2007, Hanfeng reported significant growth in its revenues and net income from continuing operations. Revenue increased by $81.4 million to $141.3 million as the
Company successfully grew its fertilizer production throughout the year. Net income for the year ended December 31, 2007 was $19.4 million versus net income of $7.9 million in the same period in
2006. Earnings per share (“EPS”) for 2007 were $0.34, an increase of $0.17 compared to 2006. Net Income and EPS for 2006 include Hanfeng’s nursery and landscaping business (discontinued
operations), which was sold in 2006. Excluding discontinued operations, net income and EPS in 2006 was $7 million and $0.15 respectively. “This was a year of great achievement for Hanfeng,” stated Xinduo Yu, Hanfeng’s CEO and President. “In every facet of our business, we met or exceeded our goals. Our design capacity grew by 86 percent, production by 130 percent and our sales by 136 percent while profitability doubled. More importantly, we saw demand continue to increase as we sold virtually everything we produced in 2007, even in the wake of price increases.”
As at December 31, 2007, Hanfeng reported cash and cash equivalent of $28.7 million and working capital of $91 million versus $2.1 million and $10.9 million respectively in 2006. Total assets grew by almost $100 million to $208 million as the Company successfully added four new plants to its production base and significantly increased its raw material inventory and prepaid inventory to help
mitigate the effects of rising materials prices. Total debt increased from $23 million in 2006 to $33 million in 2007.
Diesen Wert habe ich schon lange im Blick. Der Chart ist im "Subprime-Gleichschritt" wie bei vielen Aktien zurückgekommen.
Die Geschäfte laufen sehr ordentlich und die Nachfrage nach Düngemittel ist ungebrochen. Die Aktie hat einen tollen Lauf hinter sich und erreicht nun wieder Regionen in denen sich der Aufbau einer ersten Position mittelfristig auszahlen kann.

Zu beachten ist hierzulande das geringe Volumen. Aber was nicht ist, kann ja noch werden.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 33.841.389 von Public_Relations am 08.04.08 23:20:35Habe gerade gesehen dass der Threadtitel jetzt sauber ist.

Grüsse 1e
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 33.849.549 von 1erhart am 09.04.08 19:34:51Ja! Danke nochmal an dich und die Korrektur vom MOD.

Auf jeden Fall konstruktive Kritik zu nennen ;)

LG
Die Konsolidierung hat sich verstärkt und könnte den Wert nun bis auf umgerechnet 4 Euro zurückkommen lassen.

LG, PR
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 34.705.190 von Public_Relations am 12.08.08 08:41:38:laugh: War wohl nix mit Deinen Kaufkursen und plötzlich soll es runter auf 4€ gehen.. Hoffentlich hört niemand auf Dich.. ;)
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 34.708.915 von Bonaire am 12.08.08 14:28:30Der User Bon... was weiß ich. Wer Fans hat, hat eben auch Stalker. :laugh:

Du bist ein allzeit andere User (nicht nur mich, gell!) dumm anmachende, nie zu einem Wert posten könnendes Subjekt.

Und in meinen Augen auch nie irgendwo investiert! :laugh: :laugh:

Wie ein mit der Sprayflasche bewaffneter Bengel durchstreifst du die Threads und sonderst ab.

Ganz ganz trauig! :(
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 34.708.915 von Bonaire am 12.08.08 14:28:30Ach übrigens, hast du glaube ich mit deinem Posting zweifelsfrei bewiesen, dass du der Meinung bist (UND DIE IST JA SOWAS VON LÄCHERLICH!), dass wenn man als User in einem Forum zum MEINUNGSAUSTAUSCH schreibt, die Kurse hoch oder runter schreibt.

:laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

Und das noch bei einem Wert wie diesem, wo in Deutschland praktisch KEIN Volumen ist und der Kurs an der Heimatbörse gemacht wird.

Nein wie komisch :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

Dir wäre ein Dummpush-Text also lieber zu lesen gewesen, wie eine MEINUNG, meine Meinung, zur sich in der Zeit seit meinem posting vollzogenen Kursentwicklung. :cool:

Bonaire :(
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 33.841.345 von Public_Relations am 08.04.08 23:12:08Ein China Wert der an der Zockerbörse Toronto gehandelt wird!!!


Dümmer gehts nimmer!!!


:laugh::laugh::laugh:
Es reicht schon bei google bilder mal: weltbevölkerung einzugeben und einige Statistiken anzuschauen. - Dann weiß man auch, warum sich Hanfeng auch wieder vervielfachen wird - meiner Meinung nach. ;)
Nachgereicht:

TORONTO, ONTARIO, Oct 14, 2008 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX) -- Hanfeng Evergreen Inc. ("Hanfeng" or the "Company") (TSX: HF) announced today its intention to make a normal course issuer bid, subject to acceptance by the Toronto Stock Exchange ("TSX").

Under the normal course issuer bid, Hanfeng will propose to purchase through the facilities of the TSX, from time to time over the next 12 months, if considered advisable, up to an aggregate of 3,753,791 common shares, being approximately 10% of Hanfeng's current public float (as defined in the by-laws, regulations and policies of the TSX). Purchases may commence through the TSX two trading days after acceptance of the normal course issuer bid by the TSX, and will conclude on the earlier of the date on which purchases under the bid have been completed and the anniversary of the bid. All common shares purchased by Hanfeng will be cancelled.
This will be Hanfeng's first issuer bid. There have been no previous purchases by Hanfeng of its common shares.

The Board of Directors of Hanfeng believes that the proposed purchases are in the best interests of Hanfeng's shareholders and are a desirable use of corporate funds. The Company's cash on hand as well as strong cash from operations will fund the bid program, as well as continue to support Hanfeng's expansion and growth opportunities.

Business Update
Operationally, Hanfeng continues to experience strong demand for its unique, industry leading slow and controlled release fertilizers. The Company currently has 725,000 tonnes of annual design capacity with three fully funded joint venture expansion projects, which when completed, will increase annual production capacity by approximately 143,000 tonnes. The Company is also on track to roll out its distribution network in the first half of 2009 in five key agricultural regions in China.
Supporting the demand growth is increased support and promotion through various government entities including the National Agro-Tech Extension and Service Centre (directly administered by the Ministry of Agriculture) for reduced carbon, environmentally friendly fertilizers, and especially Hanfeng's slow and controlled release products. Using advanced slow release technologies, Hanfeng is offering China the lowest cost fertilizer on a per tonne crop output basis. This important economic benefit, plus the support from the government for these types of products, has positioned Hanfeng as the industry leader in slow and controlled release fertilizers in China.

While the Company has demonstrated its ability to pass on price increases for its three main nutrients (Nitrogen, Phosphate and Potash) on a dollar for dollar basis, the price of key materials that are used to convert these nutrients into slow release products such as sulfur, wax, and formaldehyde have begun to drop. The Company expects that these reduced conversion costs will have a positive impact on margins.

About Hanfeng Evergreen Inc.
Hanfeng is the largest producer of slow and controlled release fertilizers in China. It was the first company to introduce the concept of slow and controlled release fertilizers into China's agriculture market with its establishment of the first commercial scale production in China. All production facilities are located in prime agricultural regions of China. The Company is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario and its shares trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange. www.hanfengevergreen.com
This press release contains forward-looking statements based on current expectations. These forward-looking statements entail various risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those reflected in these forward-looking statements. Risks and uncertainties about Hanfeng's business are more fully discussed in the Company's disclosure materials, including its annual information form and MD&A, filed with the securities regulatory authorities in Canada. All amounts are stated in Canadian dollars except for noted otherwise.

SOURCE: Hanfeng Evergreen Inc.
Im November konnte sich der Wert schon ein gutes Stück weit erholen! :D
Publisher: Malaya Newspaper
Author: Ellen Tordesillas

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MANILA - In our discussion of the current rice crisis, Commodore (ret.) Rex Robles tells us of the three legs of the national security tripod: food, fuel, fertilizer.

We are now burdened with the rising prices of food and fuel. Here comes the information of a looming fertilizer shortage.

The info was shared with us by a businessman who subscribes to assessments of a Hong Kong-based risk consultancy firm.

Here's a summary of the report:

"The role of fertilizers in the production of rice and corn cannot be understated -- less fertilizer means lesser yield; conversely, proper fertilization brings about optimum yield. Simply put: enhancing agricultural productivity is a function of farm inputs, foremost of which is the use of fertilizer.

"The world situation. The current instability in the supply of fertilizer products and the concomitant surge of its prices can be attributed to the following series of developments, principally involving China:

"Before 2000, China did not have the enough capacity to manufacture fertilizers. It was a major source of cheaply-priced raw material, specifically phosphate rock, and was a major importer of finished phosphate fertilizer products from the United States.

"2002, China's large fertilizer plants were completed and became operational. China reduced its importation of finished phosphate fertilizer products, while increasing its importation of raw materials, specifically sulphur. It became the world's largest importer of the said material by 2005. Chinese phosphate rock became unavailable to the world market when the Chinese government removed railcar allocation for the transport of phosphate rock to the ports which are 1,000 kms. away.

"With China's sulphur consumption cornering 30 percent of the global supply, prices were driven from $25 in 2002 to $750 per metric ton in 2008, and causing a severe shortage in the world supply. Sulphuric acid, on the other hand, (is now) $220 per metric ton at today's level.

"By 2004, China metamorphosed into one of the largest exporters of phosphate fertilizer products, forcing major fertilizer manufacturers in the world to bankruptcy. This removed about 6.5 million tons per annum of world fertilizer capacity.

"2005 to 2006, the rapid growth of the biofuel industry created an enormous demand for phosphate fertilizers;

"December 2007, China announced an imposition of a 35 percent tax on fertilizer products effective February 2008, principally to curtail the outflow of fertilizer products and assure its domestic supply due to its increasing requirements.

"January to February 2008, a severe winter in China resulted in major power outages that forced fertilizer plants to shut down for almost two months, thereby, compelling China to declare a three-month ban on exports of fertilizer products beginning April 1, 2008. Chinese fertilizer producers will not honor delivery commitments.

"The Philippine situation. The total annual fertilizer requirements of the Philippines amount to 700,000 metric tons for NP/NPK and another 800,000 metric tons for urea and ammonium sulfate. These four components are required for a balanced fertilization. NP/NPK and ammonium sulfate are produced locally while urea is imported totally.

"There are three NP/NPK producers in the Philippines, Philippine Phosphate Fertilizer Corp. (PHILPHOS), Atlas Fertilizer Corp. (ATLAS) and Soiltech Corp. (SWIRE), with a combined capacity of 1.4 million metric tons per year.

"Because of the worldwide shortage of sulphur/sulphuric acid/pyrite (raw materials of PHILPHOS ), and DAP, (raw material of ATLAS and SWIRE and one of the main products of PHILPHOS ) the industry will only be producing 25 percent of the total NP/NPK fertilizer requirement for the April to August 2008 planting season. This, together with 25 percent current inventory and 10 percent imports, will add up to only 60 percent of the total Philippine NP/NPK fertilizer requirement for April to August 2008.

"Although there will be sufficient supply of urea and ammonium sulfate, the 40 percent deficit of NP/NPK fertilizer requirement for the coming planting season will substantially affect the rice and corn production of the country.

"Proposed solutions. The following action plans are proposed to address the impending fertilizer shortage in the coming April to August 2008 planting season:

"1. Temporarily disallow, at least for the next six-month period, the export of raw materials used in fertilizer production, such as pyrite, sulphur, and sulphuric acid.

"2. Direct the country's primary fertilizer producer, PHILPHOS, to supply the raw material requirements of secondary producers, ATLAS and WIRE in order to maximize fertilizer production and distribution.

"3. Direct the Department of Agriculture (DA), Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), and other relevant government agencies to assist the industry in availing alternative sources of raw materials, i.e.., fast track issuance of mining permits for pyrite and sulfur.

"4. Direct the fertilizer industry to maximize its production so that the volume produced in excess of the domestic demand could be used by the government as leverage for buying rice and corn from countries ( i.e. Vietnam and Thailand) which also badly need fertilizer for their domestic production.

"5. Direct government financial institutions, such as the Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP), Land Bank of the Philippines(LBP), United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB), Trade and Investment Development Corporation of the Philippines (TIDCORP) to support the fertilizer manufacturers, importers, dealers, distributors, or cooperatives by increasing its exposure for additional working capital. With the 300 percent increase in fertilizer prices, existing credit facilities are no longer sufficient to finance the same volume as last year. Adequate credit lines will ensure timely and efficient distribution of fertilizer to the farmers."

There is no doubt about the importance of fertilizer in rice production. As we try to cope with the impending rice shortage, we rage at the misuse of over P1 billion which was supposed to go to farmers for their fertilizer needs which instead went to buying of votes for Gloria Arroyo in the 2004 elections. Joc Joc Bolante, the agriculture undersecretary who engineered the diversion of funds would not have been able to do that without the approval of Gloria Arroyo.

Link to original article:http://www.malaya.com.ph/apr23/edtorde.htm


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