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|There's a new interview with Ray Gibbs on Directors talk (I haven't listened to it yet as I'm out and about today)
|"The agreement provides Huntsman with the exclusive worldwide rights to market, distribute and sell a range of its resins enhanced with Haydale functionalised graphene. "
What does a range mean?
Haydale have handed marketing to Huntsman?|
|But up 8% at the opening this morning. News coming?|
|Just popped back as I noticed you have seller. My guess is Octopus as they sold a few 100 to get to 8.99 and can now sell 1% without notifying until 8% etc. Note the large sells since Oct 21st/24th.
Don't panic plenty of funds doing this on small caps currently. As I have found out on others, perhaps not good if it is them and they want rid of the lot, but that seems to be the reason for the turn in the chart it matches up.|
|As I have said elsewhere and will say on here so the CEO can see it.
Where are they going to get the supply of few layer GNPs from for strength, in large numbers they simply don't exist and that is a major problem for him and the deal.
Then how are Hayd going to pay for large quantities of few layer GNPs, they are not cheap, but then as they don't exist in large numbers not a problem.
Check the key issues he states. 'Security of supply' and he says himself not all GNPs are the same and some are cheap for a reason.
In fact what Haydale call GNPs will end up being Grapphite nano platelets because at certain layer levels (10 plus) they start to lose the abilty to add significant gains in strength to materials.
If haydale need GNPs or rather graphite nano for thermal or proeprties other than strenght then it's less of a problem. If they are after them for top end significant strength gain then it's a major problem as that is few layer GNPs or as Hayd call them FLPs.
You can break those down again to 5-10 and 1-5 average with 1-5 being the best for enhancement on strength. I'd say single layer is best but there is no point as none is available for the industry, single layer top end sheets cost about £2000 per gram to produce.|
|Tips don't seem to move the share. When it went down it dropped drastically.
But now IMO it's stable at 180p and will only rise with good news from the company.|
|A positive article in Shares magazine [subscription only] this morning detailing the relationship with Huntsman. Conclusion - worth buying @ 186.5p 'albeit recognising the risks over pace of revenue generation and potential future financial constraints'|
|I'm thankful. Post news or valuable opinions.
No half wits saying £10 by Xmas. Try SL. for knuckleheads and chit chatters.|
|Very quiet thread for such a promising company?|
|J. Patrick Frantz of Haydale Technologies (Thailand) presenting at Graphene Malaysia 2016 conference on 9 Nov:
|See AGM are making fishing rods.|
|Thanks, Timbo; I think that he is very clear about the message.|
|There's a new video interview with Ray Gibbs on Proactive where he discusses the successful open offer and the recent acquisitions amongst other things:
Distribution Agreement for Graphene Enhanced PLA Filaments for 3D Printing
"Following the launch of Haydale's graphene enhanced PLA filaments, HCS received over 140 enquires from universities, 3D printers, 3D equipment manufacturers and 3D filament distributors from all over the world at the recent TCT show in Birmingham. 3DFilaPrint and HCS also gave out over 100 test sample spools to potential customers."|
|Which underlines the strategic importance of the acquisition of ACMC in South Carolina.|
|There's a radio interview with Ray Gibbs at the 14th FIRe conference (Future in Review) which was held from Sept 37th - 30th. Apparently the conference has been described by the Economist as the best technology conference in the world, the interview starts after 25 minutes into the program and lasts for 8 minutes, well worth a listen.
During the interview RG talks about some new applications for Graphene including an application for a Silicon carbide / graphene combination for highly durable automobile brake components which will last for the life time of the car.|
|Given the recent strength in the share price, the open offer shares look a steal. Accordingly I have over-subscribed (by a factor of 4) fully expecting to get scaled back.
We should hear about the open offer allocations sometime tomorrow|
Seems we're not the only ones on the Brexit/EIS case: www.ft.com/content/fa2da7fa-80d1-11e6-8e50-8ec15fb462f4|
|New post-results interview with Ray Gibbs (CEO) now available on on Directors talk:
Ray Gibbs Interview|
|There's a new interview with Ray Gibbs on Proactiveinvestor, explaining the rationale behind the ACMC acquisition:
>>>>18BT, wouldn't that be nice, I doubt if it will happen though|
|timbo - agree on EIS. If I were Phillip Hammond I would use Autumn Statement so say he will reinstate old rules as soon as we leave.|
|There's lots to read there, but at first sight it looks good.
I'm glad they are including an open offer with the placing, albeit only a small fraction of the total, but I suspect there will be plenty of scope to obtain additional shares as there is an oversubscription facility. The money is for an acquisition, but thanks to the new EIS rules introduced last year (following an EU diktat) there will be no EIS relief available (thanks and good riddance Brussels)|
|Results today read well. Acquisition seems strong, but a little bit disappointed with the placing price. However, at least s/h have a chance to participate.|