Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Intermodal Resource LSE:IMR London Ordinary Share GB00B02KT771 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p - - - - - - - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
5.2 0.4 0.7 0.0 0.00

Intermodal Share Discussion Threads

Showing 1 to 22 of 25 messages
Chat Pages: 1
DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/12/2006
11:26
For your info. I don't have a stake in this company, yet, but my attention was drawn by an article in the INvestor Chronicle, which listed IMR as one of 6 potential recovery plays for 2007. ".. business is picking up in Germany along with the Eurozone economy. IMR has transformed its business model by removing the hefty swap body and trailer assets from its German business through a sale and lease back agreement - a deal that could be repeated in the UK The deal sees a German finance house (GFH) take ownership of the assets. IMR effectively becomes the manager, with the added bonus of cleaning up its balance sheet and leaving it with a cash surplus. In addition, the GFH is keen to fund te purchase of more swap bodies and trailers, which allows IMR to increase its fleet at significantly lower cost. In the early months of 2007, it will increase its swap body fleet in Germany by 38%. In the short term this radically changes IMR's business model and will mean less turnover going through its books as it will merely be charging a commission on the swap body rental. However, the profits should be broadly similar, and the company is now backed by a £1.5MM cash pile. It's share price has been hammered by one significant shareholder selling down a stake, but this overhang is now gone. So after falling from 11p to below 5p, this share could be ripe for a re-rating. At current price (5p then) shares are 8.1x expected FY earnings, and 6.95x in 2007."
spangle93
13/12/2006
16:22
Could be turning the corner now they have cash in the bank and debts paid. Don't take my word for it, though, PDYOR.
soul traders
21/11/2006
16:02
Is this a total hound? what's going on? What happened to collapse the price in October?
queeny2
02/10/2006
08:24
Let's hope it's a regular divi, and not just a one-off!
mjneish
29/9/2006
17:36
Like you mjneish i have a smallish holding in these.Management must feel pretty confident about things otherwise i'm sure that divi would have been pulled.Transport sector as a whole a bit in the doldrums but with the so-called experts saying that German economy is recovering IMR are in the right place.Contracts with some decent companies too.I'm quite happy to put these in the bottom drawer for now..... especially if they are now going to pay a regular dividend.
dimotane
29/9/2006
08:02
A pretty mixed bag I think. I didn't like the results at the first reading, but after looking at them a bit closer they don't seem so bad. At least IMR don't appear to be going under. They've addressed the serious debt situation, but with drastic measures: selling the entire swapbody fleet to Unitas, which rather left me scratching my head. So I think revenues in Germany will be sharply down from now on, but on the other hand margins will be up as many of the overheads will (presumably) be covered by Unitas. The pretty hefty interest charge will now also be all but gone. There's also a divi coming up in November. I have a pretty small holding in these, not enough to make much of a difference, but enough to keep me interested. Any other comments?
mjneish
29/9/2006
06:56
Results out but what a funny time of day to announce them!!!
dimotane
04/9/2006
13:44
It's very quiet here. I just had a peep at their Web site, and it says there that the interims are due on the 28th. http://www.intermodalresource.com/financial_calendar.aspx
mjneish
03/7/2006
06:48
Two new contract wins with major logistics providers announced today. Looks as though things are certainly going in the right direction.
dimotane
14/6/2006
20:01
Very quiet on here so guess it's off most peoples radar. Since last results the company has announced a new contract win and with the price trading at around NAV this looks good value to me. Comment in the I.C. last week that the level of profit could double earnings and halve the p/e ratio.Rated them as good value. I am a holder of these.
dimotane
22/5/2006
17:28
Wonder why FD Andrew Frome left after completing his period of probation??
leetholdings
24/3/2006
17:28
I am surprised there aren't more on this BB. Excellent results. Super chart. IMO
2magpies
09/8/2005
14:10
This is quit a tight spread. I wonder why no interest in this company?
trayder1
08/8/2005
11:23
Back up to buying point. Hopefully this is the start of an 'up' trend. Incase anyone is interested.
trayder1
04/8/2005
09:58
Hello? Hellooooooo! It's lonely in here. Nobody but me. Anybody? Who said that? I thought I saw someone... oh, just my own shadow.
trayder1
03/8/2005
07:17
SO they are releasing more shares, is this why the price is going down?
trayder1
02/8/2005
08:15
Well I guess no news is good news? Are there any other IMR investors out there?
trayder1
27/7/2005
09:56
Me 2 in at 13. All seems well in the exciting world of truck/trailer rental huh?
trayder1
20/7/2005
15:36
Very interesting day of buying??? I'm in at 13p and nice to finally see some input on this one - thought I was totally on my own!
sacatoli
19/7/2005
16:35
yes, watching for now. no position.
jlrussell
19/7/2005
16:34
is there any one out there in at 13p
ponty
21/10/2004
17:05
AIM-listed truck-trailer rental business Intermodal Resource PLC said it is "encouraged" by current trading across both its divisions in the UK and Germany. In the company's first trading statement since its admission to AIM in August, chief executive Robert Montague said: "We are encouraged by trading across both divisions to date." He said the transport logistics industry "has been extremely receptive to our partnership approach and the new contracts signed by Axis and Trailerent endorse our confidence in the future." Intermodal was set up last December as the holding company of Germany's Axis Intermodal and its UK operation Trailerent. Utilisation of the Axis swap body and chassis fleet has remained high throughout the year "and the continuing gentle up turn in the European economy augurs well for the future," Montague said
cezary
Chat Pages: 1
Your Recent History
LSE
GKP
Gulf Keyst..
LSE
QPP
Quindell
FTSE
UKX
FTSE 100
LSE
IOF
Iofina
FX
GBPUSD
UK Sterlin..
Stocks you've viewed will appear in this box, letting you easily return to quotes you've seen previously.

Register now to create your own custom streaming stock watchlist.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P:43 V: D:20161203 04:34:33