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Noodles being drawn out too thinly for Master Kong

By Chen Xia
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Instant noodle products are seen on the shelf in a supermarket. [File photo]

Master Kong, the top instant noodles brand in China, has been suffering indigestion lately.

According to the interim report of owner Tingyi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp., the net profit of its instant noodles products dived 60.30 percent year-on-year. On Sept. 5, the company was removed from the Hang Seng set of indexes.

Tingyi was included at the end of 2011, and the year became the watershed in its history. In the decade before 2011, the company share price rose more than 20-fold. However, from 2012, profits began to drop continuously, with the total market value shrinking nearly HK$100 billion from a peak HK$140 billion to the current HK$40 billion.

Master Kong is the largest instant noodles brand in China, and its current woes are typical of the dramatic change in the fast food industry.

According to the Chinese Institute of Food Science and Technology (CIFST), this is the fourth consecutive year that China’s instant noodles industry has seen sales decline, and this trend is expected to continue. Last year, 36.25 billion packages of instant noodles were produced on the Chinese mainland, down by 8.54 percent from the year before. Total sales stood at 49.09 billion yuan, down by 6.75 percent.

Meng Suhe, CIFST president, said: “The industry has made no progress since 2006.”

Faced with a shrinking market, major producers have tried all means possible to attract customers.

Master Kong spent a huge sum of money on advertising. However, this only added to costs and caused an even bigger revenue loss.

Uni-President, the arch rival of Master Kong, launched a series of high-end products and reaped some benefits. In the first half of 2015, gross profits of its instant noodles priced above five yuan grew 5.3 percent. However, when it tried to maintain the momentum by launching a premium cup noodles priced at 30 yuan, the result was a major setback.

The high price deterred both retailers and consumers back, so the product is rarely seen in supermarkets these days. Many consumers thought the idea crazy, because with that kind of money, they could order a decent meal online.

The emerging online food ordering and delivery industry indeed has inflicted a heavy blow to the instant noodles sector, because there is a considerable overlap in target consumers — young people less rich who spend a lot of time at home rather than eating out.

This group used to be the main consumers of instant noodles. However, they have gradually been abandoning instant noodles, as, with a few clicks on their cell phone, tempting dishes can be sent to their door. This is even easier than adding hot water to a cup of instant noodles, and obviously, the foods are more delicious and healthy.

JML, another major mainland instant noodles brand is trying to cope with the growing public pursuit of a healthier lifestyle. At the China Convenience Food Conference held last week, it launched two new products, using freeze drying technology to preserve daily dishes, so as to add more flavor and healthiness to instant noodles. It also vowed to launch one or two novel products every year.

However, Chinese financial author Wu Xiaobo believes that, no matter what approach producers adopt, the decline of the instant noodles industry is inevitable, and is a natural symptom of China’s reform process.

On one hand, the emerging of middle class has brought about a major change in consumption patterns, with growing demand for natural, healthy foods. On the other hand, China’s labor structure is undergoing a significant transformation. Since 2011, the growth of the number of migrant workers, chief customers of instant noodles, has slowed down and this is reflecting in slumping sales.

“Industrial transformation marked the ‘second half’ of China’s reform, which featured consumption upgrading and labor transformation. The fate of instant noodles shows the pain of change and the dawn of success,” Wu said.

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Spreed sheet 2013-2016 year ended 31 December

Tingyi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp]
Statements of Movements in Equity
Years ended [31 December]
2016 2015 2014 2013
$’000 $’000 $’000 $’000
Total equity 3,469,653 3,894,261 4,095,664 3,926,387
Issued capital 28,023 28,019 28,019 27,982
Share premium 66,467 65,421 65,421 53,431
Reserves 2,525,490 2,940,117 2,940,117 2,798,879
Total capital and reserves 2,619,980 3,033,557 3,033,557 2,880,292
Noncontrolling 849,673 1,062,107 1,062,107 1,046,095
Total comprehensive income for the year (127,810) 33,580 396,140 627,698
(Profit for the year + Total other comprehensive income or loss)
Total transactions with owners of the Company (296,798) (234,983) (226,863) (190,496)
Total change of Equity -424608 -231403 169277
Tingyi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp]
Balance Sheets
as at [31 December]
2016 2015 2014 2013
$’000 $’000 $’000 $’000
Non-current assets
Investment properties 152,617 154,498
Property, plant and equipment 4,687,464 5,396,574 101 128
Prepaid lease payments 566,185 607,822
Intangible asset 25,798 26,551
Interest in associates 23,678 30,065 1,189,293 928,464
Interest in joint ventures 96,646 82,741
Available-for-sale financial assets 92,253 92,120 53,506 24,073
Other non-current assets 0 15,400
Deferred tax assets 39,780 49,002
5,684,421 6,454,773 1,242,900 952,665
Current assets
Inventories 357,383 325,793
Trade receivables 228,910 233,403 2,352 4,952
Tax recoverable 17,402 14,780
Prepayments and other receivables 376,216 429,057 371 379
Pledged bank deposits 6,098 12,048 310,000 310,000
Bank balances and cash 1,467,059 1,011,652 54,298 13,641
2,453,068 2,026,733 367,021 328,972
Total assets 8,137,489 8,481,506 1,609,920 1,281,637
Capital and reserves
Issued capital 28,023 28,014 28,019 27,982
Share premium 66,467 63,900 65,421 53,431
Reserves 2,525,490 2,817,145 251,689 243,988
Total capital and reserves attributable to owners of the Company 2,619,980 2,909,059 0 0
Non-controlling interests 849,673 985,202 0 0
Total equity 3,469,653 3,894,261 345,129 325,401
Non-current liabilities
Financial liabilities at fair value through profit or loss 21,978 9,080
Long-term interest-bearing borrowings 990,597 1,326,367 876,504 495,172
Employee benefit obligations 29,598 42,901
Deferred tax liabilities 212,223 221,807 15,045 14,708
1,254,396 1,600,155 891,549 509,880
Current liabilities
Trade payables 949,587 722,288 520 841
Other payables and deposits received 964,347 1,008,234 11,763 15,515
Current portion of interest- bearing borrowings 1,319,378 1,123,198 360,960 430,000
Advance payments from customers 146,218 123,179
Taxation 33,910 10,191
3,413,440 2,987,090 373,243 446,356
Total liabilities 4,667,836 4,587,245 1,264,792 956,236
Total equity and liabilities 8,137,489 8,481,506 1,609,921 1,281,637
Net current assets (liabilities) (960,372) (960,357) (6,222) (117,384)
Total assets less current liabilities 4,724,049 5,494,416 1,236,678 835,281
Tingyi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp]
Income Statements
Years ended [31 December]
2016 2015 2014 2013
$’000 $’000 $’000 $’000
Revenue 8,371,863 9,102,810 10,237,982 10,940,996
Profit before taxation 371,784 471,498 69,359 722,990
Taxation 158,757 190,014 208,820 228,679
Profit for the year 213,027 281,484 484,749 494,311
Profit attributable to: 176,884 256,340 400,482 408,544
Owners of the Company 36,143 25,144 84,267 85,767
Non-controlling interests 213,027 281,484 484,749 494,311
Profit for the year 88,551 128,306 200,054 204,269
Earnings per share US cents US cents US cents US cents
Basic 3.16 4.57 7.15 7.30
Diluted 3.16 4.57 7.13 7.28

RIEF-Tingyi Cayman Islands ‍Exercises Option For Acquisition Of Shares In Tingyi-Asahi Beverages

Dec 1 (Reuters) – Tingyi Cayman Islands Holding Corp :




My company Tingyi Cayman Islands

Tingyi (Cayman Islands) Holding Corp. (the “Company”), and its
subsidiaries (the “Group”) specialise in the production and distribution
of instant noodles, beverages and instant food products in the People’s
Republic of China (the “PRC”). The Group started its instant noodle
business in 1992, and expanded into the instant food business and
beverage business in 1996. In March 2012, the Group further expanded
its beverage business by forming a strategic alliance with PepsiCo for the
beverage business in the PRC. The Company exclusively manufactures,
bottles, packages, distributes and sells PepsiCo non-alcoholic drinks in
the PRC. The Group’s three main business segments have established
leading market shares in the PRC’s food industry. According to AC
Nielsen December 2016 data, based on sales volume, in 2016, the
Group was the market leader in instant noodles, ready-to-drink teas
and egg rolls, having gained 42.9%, 53.2% and 15.1% market shares
respectively. In the overall juice drink market, the Group gained 17.9%
market share, ranked No. 2 in the market. In bottled water, the Group
gained 15.1%, ranked No.3. According to Canadean December 2016
data, based on sales volume, Pepsi carbonated drinks had 30.6%
market share and held a second position. After years of hard work and
accumulation, “Master Kong” has become one of the best known
brands among consumers in the PRC.
Being a leading brand in the fast moving consumer goods industry,
Master Kong has to hold the industry responsibility of food safety
and quality guarantee. The Group constantly builds and improves
management system, establishes risk prevention management system,
implements entire control over food safety and ensures product quality
and safety. We will constantly strive for product quality and food safety,
as well as provide consumers with safe, tasty and healthy food.
The Group distributed its products throughout the PRC through
its extensive sales network consisting of 598 sales offices and 69
warehouses serving 33,653 wholesalers and 116,222 direct retailers
as of 31 December 2016. This extensive sales network is a significant
contributor to the Group’s leading market position and it enables the
Group to introduce new products rapidly and effectively.
The Company was listed on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited
in February 1996. Market capitalisation as at 31 December 2016 was
US$6.75 billion. The Company is a constituent stock of Morgan Stanley
Capital International (MSCI) China Index and Hang Seng China (Hong
Kong-listed) 100 Index.
Focused on food manufacture, sales and circulation business, the Group
will continue to strengthen its logistics and sales network in the PRC
with target of becoming “The largest Group for Chinese Instant Food &
Beverage in the World”.