Kimly Limited
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July 1, 2020
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Kimly Limited

Revenue:
SGD 208.3 million (2019)
Profit:
SGD 20.05 million (2019)
Employees:
Not available
GICS Industry Group:
Headquarters:
13 Woodlands Link, Singapore
Founded:
1990
Current CEO:
Lim Hee Liat (1990-)
Parent:
This is the ultimate parent

Description

Kimly Limited (Kimly) is an operator of traditional coffee shops in Singapore. Kimly operates and manages an extensive network of coffee shops, food courts and industrial canteens under the brands Kimly, foodclique and third party brands, and a network of food stalls, restaurants and confectionary shops comprising Mixed Vegetable Rice, Teochew Porridge, Dim Sum, Seafood “Zi Char”, Tonkichi and Rive Gauche.

Kimly Limited was incorporated on 23 May 2016 under the Companies Act and domiciled in Singapore. On 3 February 2017, the company was converted into a public company limited by shares and changed its name from Kimly Pte Ltd to Kimly Limited.

The registered office and principal place of business of the Company is located at 13 Woodlands Link, Singapore 738725.

Kimly Limited was listed on the Singapore Exchange (SGX) on 20 March 2017 under the code 1D0.

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Operating Segments:

Outlet management - Coffee shop operations are involved in the leasing of food outlet premises to tenants as the master leaseholder, the sale of food, beverages and tobacco products, the provision of cleaning and utilities services to tenants, and the provision of management services to third party coffee shops. In the year end 30 September 2019, the outlet management segment accounted for 53.33% (SGD 111.1 million) of total revenue.

Food retail - Food operations are primarily involved in retailing of food directly to consumers through the stalls, restaurants and confectionery shops operated by Kimly such as Mixed Vegetable Rice stalls, Rice Garden stalls, Dim Sum stalls, Seafood "Zi Char" stalls, Teochew Porridge stalls, Tonkichi restaurants, Kanaaji Japanese Tonkatsu stall and Rive Gauche shops. In the year end 30 September 2019, the food retail segment accounted for 46.67% (SGD 97.2 million) of total revenue.

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