Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Chamberlin LSE:CMH London Ordinary Share GB0001870228 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 65.50p 63.00p 68.00p 65.50p 65.50p 65.50p 0.00 07:47:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 35.0 -0.2 -3.3 - 5.21

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/11/2016
07:43
ALS I suspect that there will be a massive site clean up bill. There are bound to be contaminants in abundance.
redartbmud
21/11/2016
07:36
In line trading statement released today but also the closure of the Leicester foundary. I wonder if the site has any development potential, I believe it's owned freehold.
arthur_lame_stocks
08/9/2016
11:35
Chamberlin analysts Panmure Gordon still have 95.00p target price on the stock.
my retirement fund
02/9/2016
10:33
OK your view noted many thanks. Looks like this is switching to an upward trajectory now, I'm guess the catalyst driving this is the manufacturing data released yesterday.
my retirement fund
23/8/2016
12:17
Do you think a £4M deficit with an adjusted multi decade long repayment plan that could be agreed with the trustee would put the knockers on a takeover ?
my retirement fund
23/8/2016
12:09
you are all forgetting the pension deficit....
digger61
23/8/2016
11:01
red - A private company taking this out and getting rid of the listing expenses and above all sickening salaries the leeches are helping themselves to will net a huge filip to the net income profit table of any ones books
my retirement fund
20/6/2016
12:34
No - the salaries are still anomalously high IMO. According to the AR, Kevin Nolan's basic salary was £208 & £115k bonus whilst David Roberts' was £139k and £73k respectively - £539k in total. For the size of company, this is patently over the top - and it's not like they've been spending it on the shares; they own just over £2,500 worth in total AFAICS! I've taken all this into account and see it as a negative. But it's still well undervalued.
value hound
20/6/2016
12:19
MRF Never say never, but the odds in that direction aren't good. red
redartbmud
20/6/2016
12:13
It should be a tasty takeover target once the referendum and Brexit issues are done.
my retirement fund
20/6/2016
11:44
spooky Executive pay is obscene in most quoted companies. The Establishment has allowed it to happen. If people investing through Institutions got onto the managers, and their pay, something could happen. Make no mistake, Chamberlin was tantamount to a basket case when these two guys took over. They have earned every penny.
redartbmud
20/6/2016
11:13
Any thoughts on the two directors being paid £550,000 last year? It's a £4 million company for gods sake.
spooky
20/6/2016
10:07
MRF I met the latest management at the AGM. They are a class above the previous lot, and have a very good grip on the business. The problem they have is size. As a small company, dealing with motor manufacturers, they must be at a disadvantage compared to their competitors with vastly deeper pockets. I have personal experience, having been in business in a similar situation albeit in a different industry. It can be very tough. red
redartbmud
20/6/2016
09:53
Well in theory you're right. I think it all boils down to what sort of confidence and credibility you assign to the management.
my retirement fund
20/6/2016
03:46
Hi value hound I changed my mind about these and also bought a few at around 60p. They are on a multiple of less than 3 times last year's operating profit and have renewed their debt facilities which should shift about £3m out of current liabilities leaving the balance sheet looking a lot better. I also agree that the current valuation could look like a dream in a couple of years time and think these will be twice the current price. Arthur
arthur_lame_stocks
19/6/2016
20:30
I've bought some of these at 60p. I think the new contract at Walsall and a significantly better €-£ relationship (weaker £) will combine to enable CMH to make around £1.5m-£2m the year after next on a £40m-plus turnover. Add in some value for the net tangible assets of £4.7m - and the current valuation of £4.34m will look a dream in hindsight.
value hound
01/6/2016
08:09
Well if this shower cant even make hay from the weak pound and has to pretend the currency is still unfavourable I dont think there is a lot of hope of future solvency imo. What a bunch of loosers - or rather any shareholders that is - the management are making a fat wage and pension whilst in office Ha ha ha!
my retirement fund
10/4/2016
09:33
I've looked at these a fair bit and although they maybe look attractive on some measures they're just not consistent performers. I guess there might be some value in the assets. I don't think i'll bother with them myself. Arthur
arthur_lame_stocks
01/3/2016
16:04
You certainly have a brown tongue. Its clearly an obvious move to add value. But will take a few years, meanwhile oil n gas customers have run to the hills and debt will rise.
my retirement fund
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