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The AIM quoted marine geophysical group issued a positive update last week confirming that it had experienced good trading in the year to date, with management encouraged by the level of order enquiries they are experiencing for their disruptive PMSS™ technology. Unfortunately the encouraging news was seemingly ignored as a profit warning from a much larger peer stole the headlines.
The designer and manufacturer of speciality engineering solutions for high pressure systems has issued a tremendous set of interim results for 26 weeks to 29th March 2014 and a highly positive outlook for the full year. It’s been an exciting period for the Group over the past few months and everything appears to be progressing as planned.Management commented that revenue and underlying operating profit (pre-acquisition…
The AIM quoted marine geophysical group, on which we initiated coverage back in March 2012 (Share price 29.5p!), is hosting an investor presentation on Wednesday 7th May 2014 at the office of their NOMAD and broker, WH Ireland Limited, at 24 Martin Lane, London EC4R. The presentation will be given by the Group’s Chairman Duncan Soukup and will be a fantastic opportunity to find out…
Just to confirm, apart from the quoted Daily Telegraph, the source(s) are entirely original. As mentioned, NDA's cover most of what can be said. The report is not intended to be a definitive explanation of what has happened, more a discussion to look at what could potentially have happened.
Signs of a slowdown in China and increased competition overseas – the valuation looks cheap and seemingly for good reason! China Shoto surely now risks being viewed as an old style polluter, having to spend increasing amounts on environmental compliance, operating in what could unfortunately turn out to become a low growth market. The strengthening currency could also make life increasingly hard in overseas markets…
Quite correct - that should be £19bn
Plexus has signed an agreement with Sonangol Pesquisa e Produção ('Sonangol'),to supply its POS-GRIP® wellhead systems and services for drilling activities offshore Angola. The potential value of the contract, is estimated at £700,000 with revenues expected to commence in June 2010. Total revenue for the year ending June 2009 was £15.1m so it’s a decent sized contract. Yet another new customer for Plexus is clearly…
We commented regularly on this company but found the ebb and flow of the cash hard to fathom. Management were also unable to provide a proper explanation - and it wasn't just the language! www.investorschampion.com/research/company/china-shoto