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Southern Cross Electrical Engineer Ltd

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Southern Cross Electrical Engineering Limited (Southern Cross) is engaged in the provision of electrical, control and instrumentation installation and testing services for the resources, infrastructure and heavy industrial sectors. The Company operates in scee construction, scee infrastructure and scee services. Its scee construction division includes constructability reviews, procurement and logistics management, construction, onshore modular hook-up, completions, ... continued
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Southern Cross Electrical Engineer Ltd
Southern Cross Electrical Engineering Limited (Southern Cross) is engaged in the provision of electrical, control and instrumentation installation and testing services for the resources, infrastructure and heavy industrial sectors. The Company operates in scee construction, scee infrastructure and scee services. Its scee construction division includes constructability reviews, procurement and logistics management, construction, onshore modular hook-up, completions, pre-commissioning, and commissioning. Its scee infrastructure division provides a range of electrical infrastructure works, including high voltage, underground and overhead powerlines, substations, switchyards and site-wide distribution, and reticulation systems. Its scee services division provides both planned and unplanned reactive maintenance to all operational brownfield facilities. The Company offer designs and construct capabilities, procurements, installations, asset management, inspection and testing.

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Southern Cross Electrical Engineering Limited’s (ASX: SXE) shares have risen by 50.0%, with the share price currently trading around $1.29. The company provides specialised electrical, control and instrumentation installation and testing services to the resources, energy and infrastructure sectors. Management is projecting the company to grow in the short to medium term, following a near 80% jump in revenues for the six months to December 2011. Analysts are expecting earnings per share to double in 2012-13, on the back on potential extensions to existing projects and the award of new contracts. With a net cash position and margins over 20%, Southern Cross could be a stock worthy of further research.
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