• 2015
    March: Redemption of 11,700,000 Convertible Redeemable Preference Shares
  • 2014
    February: Incorporation of 40% associate company, Tat Hong Intraco Heavy Equipment Co. Ltd in Myanmar

    June: Divested entire 31% stake in Kian Ho Bearings Ltd

    July: Divested entire 70% stake in Hup Hin Transport Co Pte Ltd

    September: Incorporated 88.4% subsidiary, Tat Hong Equipment Service Co., Ltd in the Cayman Islands

  • 2013
    February: Conversion of 29.9 million convertible redeemable preference shares (CRPS) into 29.9 million ordinary shares by AIF Capital

    March: Conversion of 23.4 million CRPS into 23.4 million ordinary shares when the Mandatory Conversion Condition was met

    Completed acquisition of Jiangsu Hengxingmao Financial Leasing Co., Ltd

    August: Incorporation of Changzhou Tat Hong Zhaomao Equipment Rental Co., Ltd

    Formation of 40%-owned joint venture company in Singapore, Tat Hong Intraco Pte Ltd, to conduct the busines of crane rental and distribution of cranes and excavators in Myanmar

  • 2012
    January: Tat Hong (Thailand) Co Ltd became a wholly owned subsidiary

    March: PT World Wide Equipment South East Asia became a wholly owned subsidiary

    May: Incorporated PT Tat Hong HeavyEquipment Indonesia, to distribute and wholesale machinery, equipment and supplies

    September: Placement of 70 million new shares at S$1.20 per share

    December: Incorporated 100%-owned subsidiary, Tat Hong Crane Rental (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd in Malaysia

  • 2011
    March: Acquired remaining 51% in ALCII-Tat Hong Joint Venture Co., Ltd, in Vietnam. Renamed Tat Hong Equipment Co. Ltd.

    Rebranded TBG's Crane Hire and Heavy Haulage Division across Australia under Tutt Bryant Heavy Lift & Shift

    JULY: Formed wholly owned Tat Hong Crane Logistics Sdn Bhd

    August: Incorporated 42% held Hup Hin Transport (M) Sdn Bhd

    September: Established 50% JV Company Tat Hong (PNG) Limited in Papua New Guinea, with Curtain Bros Papua New Guinea Limited

  • 2010
    June: Incorporated joint-venture investment holding company, Tat Hong Zhaomao Investment Co., Ltd, jointly held with Fushun Yongmao, to hold joint venture investments in China

    October: Completed privatisation and subsequent delisting of TBG from the ASX

    December: Acquired 70% in Hup Hin Transport Co Pte Ltd

  • 2009
    April: Established a joint venture, Beijing Tat Hong Zhaomao Equipment Rental Co., Ltd

    October: Issued 65 million convertible redeemable preference shares at S$1.00 per share to AIF Capital

    December: Established a joint venture, Si Chuan Tat Hong Yuan Zheng Machinery Construction Co., Ltd with Guangzhou Hailin Resource, in China

  • 2008
    February: Listing of Yongmao Holdings Limited (24%-held associate)

    April: Acquired Townsville-based Paramount Hire through North Sheridan, a subsidiary of TBG

    May: Acquired Goulburn-based Caradel Hire through Kingston Industries, a subsidiary of TBG

    June: Issued 50,662,673 bonus warrants

  • 2007
    February: Acquired Hunter Valley-based Muswellbrook Crane Services through TBG

    April: Placement of 40 million new shares at S$1.46 per share

    May: Established 100%-owned Tat Hong Equipment (China) Pte Ltd as an investment holding company for the Group's subsidiaries in China

    June: Established China Nuclear Huaxing Tat Hong Machinery Construction Co., Ltd

    July: Established Zhongjian Tat Hong Equipment Rental Co., Ltd. Renamed to Jiangsu Zhongjian Tat Hong Machinery Construction Co; Ltd

    Incorporation of PT Tat Hong Batam

    December: Acquired assets of Melbourne-based Bradshaw Ultra Heavy Haulage through TBG

  • 2006
    September: Established a joint venture company, Shanghai Tat Hong Equipment Rental Co., Ltd

    December: Acquired Queensland-based equipment hire company, North Sheridan, through TBG

  • 2005
    April: Conversion of Secondary to Primary Listing on the SGX Mainboard

    August: Established a joint venture with Fushun Yongmao to enter tower crane rental business in China

    November: Delisted Tat Hong from the ASX

    December: Listed Australian subsidiary, Tutt Bryant Group Limited (TBG), on the ASX

  • 2004
    February: Private placement of 50 million new shares at S$0.56 per share

    December: Acquired Kingston Industries, a leading Australian plant hire and haulage company

  • 2002
    August: Placement of 40 million new shares at S$0.30 per share
  • 2001
    Established joint venture company, BT Equipment, with PSL Industries
  • 2000
    Secondary listing on the SGX Mainboard
  • 1997
    Listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX)