Specialist engineering group PEC reported a 70 per cent surge in fourth-quarter earnings to $6.2 million.
Revenue for the three months to June 30 rose 30 per cent to $158.5 million.
Higher profit contributions from their overseas project works were behind the buoyant numbers.
Net profit for the 12 months to June 30 fell 21 per cent to $7.2 million, while revenue rose 11 per cent to $499.6 million.
Quarterly earnings per share was 2.4 cents, up from 1.4 cents a year ago, while net asset value per share was 85.9 cents as at June 30, up from 84.2 cents a year ago.
FJ Benjamin Holdings
Fashion and lifestyle group FJ Benjamin Holdings reported a 23 per cent improvement in net loss for the full year.
Net loss for the 12 months to June 30 was $17 million, while revenue fell 20 per cent to $293.4 million.
Loss per share for the year improved to 2.99 cents, compared with 3.89 cents a year ago, while net asset value per share was 14.94 cents as at June 30, down from 18.04 cents a year ago.
There was no dividend declared, but the firm had announced a first and final dividend of 0.25 cent a share a year ago.
Raffles Education Corp
Raffles Education Corp reported a 69 per cent plunge in full-year earnings to $17 million.
Revenue for the 12 months to June 30 slipped 4 per cent to $120 million.
The firm said turnover for the previous year included $7.3 million from Langfang Oriental Institute of Technology, so excluding this, revenue for this year rose by $2.4 million.
Earnings per share for the year was 1.68 cents, down from 5.4 cents a year ago, while net asset value per share was 57.1 cents, up from 55.41 cents last year.