Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hayward Tyl LSE:HAYT London Ordinary Share IM00B511CF53 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00p -2.55% 76.50p 75.00p 78.00p 78.50p 76.00p 78.50p 154,076.00 14:52:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 61.6 3.0 4.9 15.6 42.37

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/11/2016
10:53
Nevertheless that's £15.4m of OE orders announced in less than two months since year end pointing to an order intake of between £45m and £50m in the H2 compared to £25.4m in H1. That also excludes short term aftermarket, servicing and spares.
rogerrail
25/11/2016
07:50
I was pretty excited when I misread £4.5m as £45m and thought, "Blimey, HAYT really are delivering on their promises". Bit of an anti-climax when I read it properly.
shanklin
24/11/2016
10:22
Do not want to be a party pooper; that said great that they have these orders but if their revenues are to be £80m odd pa then these orders are equal to 18 days approx. of revenue. Incidentally per Digital Look I see forecast revenue for 17/18 are £82m- a modest increase from this year’s £80m given recent investments at Luton.
cerrito
24/11/2016
08:55
There will be a down payment on long lead items which will be booked against revenue for the period.
rogerrail
24/11/2016
08:12
Yes, you would have to assume that they are probably not then!
topvest
24/11/2016
08:02
They don't seem to have mentioned whether these will be part of the £35m book & bill target?
rhomboid
24/11/2016
07:33
Contract Wins Hayward Tyler Group plc ("HTG", the "Company" or "Group"), the specialist engineering group, comprising the operating companies of Hayward Tyler and Peter Brotherhood, is pleased to announce a series of contract wins, totalling in excess of GBP4.5m which have been won by the Group. Primarily, Hayward Tyler has secured two orders from Eureka Pumps AS for operators in the North Sea for: a motor unit for a firewater pump application at the Gudrun field, which is operated by Statoil; and a motor unit for a seawater lift pump application for the Edvard Greig field operated by Lundin Petroleum. The delivery of these offshore products further demonstrates the breadth of HTG's portfolio for delivering applications to the Oil and Gas sector, and complements the recent awards for subsea installations off the coast of Brazil and the west coast of Africa. Additionally, the Group has also won a contract with Korea Hydro Nuclear Power to replace certain existing Hayward Tyler pumps which have been in operation for 14 years at their Hanbit power plant, as well as the supply of backup parts. The existing system has been in operation since 2002, demonstrating the longevity of its engineered products. Peter Brotherhood is also pleased to announce its first contract as part of HTG for a Tri-generation Combined Heat and Power system, which will not only provide heat or cooling or a combination of both, but also a significant electrical output. Commenting on these wins, Ewan Lloyd-Baker, CEO said: "We are delighted to be announcing these new contract wins which confirm that momentum is continuing to build throughout HTG. They are testament to the confidence that key clients have in our products and the teams that help deliver them, and having now shipped the S-Oil project, we remain committed to delivering world class products on time in full and right first time across the Group."
glyn10
22/11/2016
20:58
I don't like the mention of the recent election and referendum results. Lining up excuses? Products, with markets, with capable management, sell.
p1nkfish
22/11/2016
20:41
Only just had chance to read the results and have to agree with the caution. Having held but sold before results I would like to see more clarity (some business announcement, trading statement or just wait for next half) before buying back. The fact NAS (Chris Mills) has been selling down is interesting. The Oryx holding maintained but NAS reducing is a concern unless he knows the capital will be handy for a debt offering. Wait & watch.
p1nkfish
18/11/2016
07:27
I'm travelling at the moment but from memory covenant was pre renegotiated terms 3*ebitda and it was referenced in a presentation, it'll be tested 31/3/2017 in any case.
rhomboid
18/11/2016
06:27
I'm travelling at the moment but from memory covenant was pre renegotiated terms 3*ebitda and it was referenced in a presentation, it'll be tested 31/3/2017 in any case.
rhomboid
17/11/2016
20:55
Very interested to see robust way that in the Proactive Video Interview Lloyd- Baker stuck to this full year #80m revenue guidance RogerRail is correct to bring up the issue of AM. HAYT-ex PB- AM in this last financial half year was #10.9m well down from the #14.4m, #13.2m and #13.5m of the preceeding three first half years. Seems rather odd and would have been good if there had been some commentary on this. Rhomboid, I note your comments on covenant breaches and I cnnot find any comment on what their covenants are. My last trade was a modest purchase post referendum and I have no current plan to buy or sell.
cerrito
17/11/2016
20:26
Well that doesn't stack up at all. If H2 revenue shoots up it's not all going to be paid immediately. Working capital and debt will increase further in the short to medium term.
topvest
17/11/2016
19:32
Hi Rhomboid, completely understand your caution on risk level, but from the information provided by the company as well as the video interview on proactive investors I have a more optimistic view that debt wont significantly deteriorate further regardless of the final revenue figure (within reason).
rogerrail
17/11/2016
13:05
Yes the ceo has always seemed desperate to get the share price up. wonder why?
meijiman
17/11/2016
12:42
Hi Roger You might be right in your interpretation & understanding but if they miss in H2 they're in covenant breach territory and would need a rights issue IMHO so the risk is much too heightened for the likely reward
rhomboid
17/11/2016
12:24
IMO its not out of the question that HAYT can turnover £50m-£60m in the second half, They turned over £40m in second half of last year and they have added capacity at Luton since. It's worth noting that historically aftermarket orders principally MRO are approximately double OEM orders and they have £60m of short term AM orders in hand to negotiate with a target to book and fill £35m. The following is a very telling statement from iii article and possibly backs up my comments on post 1135 re the timing of stage payments which impacted invoiced revenues in Period 1: "Inefficiencies caused by underutilized resources also meant an overrun on a single contract at PB tipped the division into the red for the half-year". [...] Now lets assume they fall short of target but with significantly increased revenue to last year which is likely, coupled with a forecast for further growth into the next FY, the market wont be focused on the FY results but the forward run rate and HY will be viewed as a blip. Certainly the BOD is giving a very strong message that this is how things will pan out. Personally I sold a few but holding on and tempted to buy back as I like the long term story here.
rogerrail
17/11/2016
10:50
I think a break-even result is about the best they can hope for. I will keep on my watch list, but very high risk. They should have had a profit warning already and got it over with!
topvest
17/11/2016
00:02
I wonder. He or his shadow is sitting on quite a loss now. Averaging down will need deep pocket
shaker44
16/11/2016
18:52
Wonder if we'll see Richard Sneller adding.
gargoyle2
16/11/2016
15:50
On reflection I've sold my remaining stake today, the risk is too great and I'd become too attached to the idea of being right in seeing how everything played out. With the debt level here I'm off to safer pastures for now. I'm delighted that there was a big buyer or two around over the last 2 days as otherwise the shares would have been a lot lower. Good luck to those who hold
rhomboid
15/11/2016
21:34
Worth a punt at 50p -but no more.
meijiman
15/11/2016
20:59
Hi topvest I know banks can be poor judges but what makes you believe RBS would extend their indebtedness to a loss maker client without serious DD? Credit committee decisions in those circumstances tend to be very risk averse.
rhomboid
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