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Raymarine Plc LSE:RAY London Ordinary Share GB00B040K612 ORD 1P
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  +0.00p +0.00% 18.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
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Electronic & Electrical Equipment 104.4 -28.6 -30.2 - 14.70

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30/9/2016
09:20
Raymarine Daily Update: Raymarine Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RAY. The last closing price for Raymarine was 18p.
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There are currently 81,672,512 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Raymarine Plc is £14,701,052.16.
08/1/2011
13:04
moab47: Doing a research article based on the Top 100 performing shares on AIM in 2010. Can anyone give a quick summary of why this rose so much in 2010 and whether and what there were any early signs of the massive rise in share price. Thanks Moab http://www.stockopedia.co.uk/content/small-is-beautiful-small-caps-dominate-the-annual-top-100-stock-market-performance-awards-51863/
29/4/2010
12:17
officerdigby: Actually it's not clear if the 17.5p (that was 4.0p until yesterday) would got to shareholders pockets or be held in the shell. Anyone contacted management about that? The Board now announces that the party who had made the approach at 4.0 pence per share has now withdrawn this proposal. This party has, however, made an equivalent proposal to acquire the business and assets of Raymarine. It is envisaged that, were this transaction to be completed, it would be structured by means of a sale of Raymarine Holdings Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Raymarine, and that the whole of Raymarine's bank debt would be repaid in full on closing. Further, it is currently envisaged that, were this transaction to be completed, approximately 4.0 pence per share would be available for return to Raymarine shareholders. This party's proposal would, under the Listing Rules, be deemed to be a Class 1 disposal and require approval by Raymarine's shareholders at a general meeting. In light of Raymarine's current share price, the Board confirms to shareholders that, other than the proposals set out above, it has not received any new or revised proposals to acquire either the business and assets or issued share capital of Raymarine. The Board would also draw to the attention of shareholders the views of the Board on the proposal at 7.2 pence per share, as set out in its announcement dated 8 April 2010. A further announcement will be made in due course. Enquiries
28/4/2010
16:29
cyberpost: 15p/share cash offer : Offer for Raymarine by Garmin TIDMRAY RNS Number : 9817K Garmin Ltd 28 April 2010 ? For Immediate Release 28 April 2010 NOT FOR RELEASE, PUBLICATION OR DISTRIBUTION IN WHOLE OR IN PART, IN, INTO OR FROM THE UNITED STATES OR ANY OTHER JURISDICTION WHERE TO DO SO WOULD CONSTITUTE A VIOLATION OF THE RELEVANT LAWS OF SUCH JURISDICTION OFFER FOR RAYMARINE BY GARMIN Garmin Ltd. announces a cash offer of 15 pence per share to acquire the entire share capital of Raymarine plc, subject to the satisfaction or waiver, if applicable, of certain pre-conditions. The Offer represents: - a 436 per cent. premium to the average share price of 2.8 pence per Raymarine Share in the three-month period ending on the day prior to the announcement of a possible offer for Raymarine on 11 March 2010; - a 366 per cent. premium to the share price of 3.22 pence per Raymarine Share on the day prior to the announcement of a possible offer for Raymarine on 11 March 2010; - a 275 per cent. premium to the possible amount of approximately 4 pence per Raymarine Share that would be available for return to Raymarine Shareholders under the non-offer proposal referred to in Raymarine's announcement dated 21 April 2010; - a 152 per cent. premium to the share price of 5.95 pence per Raymarine Share as at the close of business on 27 April 2010, the closing price on the day prior to the date of this announcement; and - total consideration to Raymarine Shareholders of approximately GBP12.5 million, implying an enterprise value of GBP104.1 million (based upon the Raymarine Group's last published net debt figure of GBP91.6 million as at 30 October 2009). Commenting on the Acquisition, Dr Min H. Kao, the Chairman and CEO of Garmin, said: "Garmin has long admired Raymarine and I am therefore pleased to be announcing what we believe is a compelling offer to acquire the company. Raymarine's portfolio of products is highly complementary to our own. The combination will bring positive benefits to the marine electronics market place and we look forward to working with the Raymarine board in the implementation of the Offer and thereafter with Raymarine's management and employees to make the combination a success." The receipt of certain merger control approvals is a pre-condition to the making of the Offer and the Offer, if made, will be conditional on receipt of certain merger control approvals. Notifications are being made to relevant regulatory authorities and Garmin expects to obtain the necessary merger control approvals in relation to the Offer. This summary should be read in conjunction with the full text of the attached Announcement, including the Appendices.
21/4/2010
15:25
buywell2: On 11 March 2010, the board of Raymarine (the "Board") announced that it had received an approach which may or may not lead to an offer being made for the entire issued share capital of Raymarine at approximately 3.6 pence per share. The Board notes the recent movement in the Raymarine share price and confirms that it has received two further approaches from third parties which may or may not lead to an offer being made for the entire issued share capital of Raymarine at 4.0 pence per share and 7.2 pence per share. The highest of these approaches was received from a direct competitor of Raymarine and is subject to a number of pre-conditions including, inter alia, the completion of satisfactory due diligence and securing appropriate anti-trust approvals. While the Board continues to investigate this proposal, it is the Board's opinion, having received extensive anti-trust advice from its legal counsel, that any offer from the above mentioned direct competitor is highly likely to be subject to an in-depth review by the competition authorities and that anti-trust approval is unlikely to be secured. ---- That means the 7.2 wont happen
14/4/2010
09:09
postiga08: question - if all these bids/offers for RAY fell through what would that do to the share price? would it manage to stay aroudn the same sort of price? reason i ask is i dont understand what the takeover would mean to any shares that i bought. i think ive asked this before but say i just bought 1 share at 10p and the takeover goes ahead what does that mean 2 me?
08/4/2010
16:27
pelleeds1980: On 11 March 2010, the board of Raymarine (the "Board") announced that it had received an approach which may or may not lead to an offer being made for the entire issued share capital of Raymarine at approximately 3.6 pence per share. The Board notes the recent movement in the Raymarine share price and confirms that it has received two further approaches from third parties which may or may not lead to an offer being made for the entire issued share capital of Raymarine at 4.0 pence per share and 7.2 pence per share. The highest of these approaches was received from a direct competitor of Raymarine and is subject to a number of pre-conditions including, inter alia, the completion of satisfactory due diligence and securing appropriate anti-trust approvals. While the Board continues to investigate this proposal, it is the Board's opinion, having received extensive anti-trust advice from its legal counsel, that any offer from the above mentioned direct competitor is highly likely to be subject to an in-depth review by the competition authorities and that anti-trust approval is unlikely to be secured. ---- That means the 7.2 wont happen
17/3/2010
13:55
zak_mo: ray will be double its share price with in the next few months with t/o price in the region of 9/10p hold tite as you will be handsomley rewarded in a very short matter of time. GL to all
19/11/2009
12:07
fathert: ft alphaville 5 mins ago NH Right NH back to small cap corner NH before we finish MJ yipppe NH right, this situation has been bugging me for a while MJ Oh no MJ I can see where this is going... MJ a small oil company perhaps? NH actually it's not NH something called Raymarine, which as the names suggests makes electronic devices for boats NH radar, GPS, tracking that sort of thing MJ right NH so, the company has been in talks with Garmin, a bigger US rival for a while NH and Raymarine has warned time and time again that if an offer does materialise there would be nothing in it for shareholders NH or very little MJ because of debts? NH indeed NH yet the price has remained stubbornly around 10p NH now, what part of this don't retail shareholders get? MJ beats me NH anyway Raymarine have repeated the warning this morning in another dire trading statement NH The Group has incurred during the second half of the year significant exceptional costs in relation to professional and bank fees considerably in excess of those envisaged at the half year stage. These have been caused by the continuing exploration of the long term refinancing options for the Group. At 30 October 2009 the Group's net debt was £91.6m. The Group's existing banking facilities mature on 31 March 2010. Raymarine is currently unable to comply with certain financial covenants within these facilities and, as such, is reliant on continuing covenant waivers from its banking syndicate. The current waivers expire on 4 December 2009 NH To meet the Group's funding requirements in the coming months an additional facility has been agreed with the Group's banking syndicate for £15m. This additional facility also matures on 31 March 2010 and its availability is similarly subject to the continued covenant waivers referred to above. Long term refinancing options continue to be investigated, together with discussions with interested parties in relation to a potential sale of the business or equity fundraising. In light of these discussions the Board considers it increasingly likely that little, if any value for ordinary shareholders will be realised MJ And the share price? NH well, it is down NH off 31% at 7.85p NH but they are still changing hands for 7.85p NH and there can't be that much value in the equity NH there can't be MJ Why are they trading at that price? It is weird
20/8/2009
11:30
ssrmb: Apologies Edmond - the name of the writer was hidden away so assumed was not given - good article thanks ! iii article entitled - Raymarine is steadying the ship by Edmond Jackson 19.08.09 10:51 : An intriguing if speculative bid situation is taking shape with Raymarine (RAY) developer of boat navigation electronics, listed in the FTSE Fledgling index. Last Sunday (15 August), it was reported that Garmin, a US giant in GPS navigation products, had made a takeover approach which Raymarine confirmed on Monday morning. By early Tuesday, Garmin announced that if an offer was made then it would be wholly in cash. Possibly, Garmin took this step to protect its own share price from any fears of dilution, although the interest looks genuine and offers Garmin a chance to enter to enter the marine market before its key competitors may do. Relative to a share price of about 17p, which capitalises Raymarine equity near £14 million relative to £96 million net debt, the challenge is guessing what Garmin could pay. It is in a comfortable position with $959 million cash at end-June although it will be hard for Garmin executives to determine a worthwhile price to pay since a significant restructuring would likely be needed to integrate Raymarine. Raymarine became over-stretched at the top of the economic cycle, assuming too much debt to acquire overseas distributors as a means to sustain earnings growth. After 500p in 2007, the shares collapsed from about 350p last year to just below 10p, with management recently admitting it is close to breaching bank covenants. Ironically, the board has continued to assert that buying distributorships has been the correct strategy - despite the fact that the debit involved has destroyed shareholder value. Although other acquirers could become interested should Raymarine's bankers appoint administrators, it looks as if Garmin is the only one currently capable of taking on the entire group. Management has said it is also pursuing a share issue, so it is still possible that fund managers decide to invest to give the company more headroom with its banks. It is worth looking at the July dated presentation Raymarine is making to prospective investors. It affirms Raymarine electronics as having a strong global competitive advantage with a significant number of new products. Declines in Western European trading have to some extent been offset by emerging markets. Cash flow is expected to improve in 2010 with stock levels and capital expenditure falling. So management has indeed been trying to achieve 'an equity injection and revised debt package as the optimal combination', not just capitulate to a takeover. Some of the institutions are sitting on hefty losses. According to the timing of news releases Harris Associates (of the US) was buying around the 300p level last year and is the second largest shareholder after AXA (APT) with 9.8%. So in principle they could be incentivised to average down and be patient. However, Aberforth Partners looks to be biting the bullet already: later on 18 August it was announced the fund manager had dropped below the 5% ownership level from 9.5%. Possibly some of Aberforth's shares have gone to Galleon Group, a US hedge fund manager, which has just declared a 4.66% stake. This was interesting, coming after a key risk factor in Monday's statement: "At present, it is not known whether any offer will provide any value for ordinary shareholders". A cautionary view of this statement is the banks dictating that unless a takeover or equity recapitalisation is achieved soon then the company will be put into administration. It looks as if Aberforth prefers to take what market value it can currently, on a rationale that any acquirer (avoiding the administration process) would have enough to deal with financially in assuming Raymarine's debt and restructuring the group - there being little or nothing to give shareholders. More positively, the Raymarine directors and advisers have to cover their backs legally when drafting such statements as Monday's, to make investors aware of possible outcomes not simply to boost hopes. So the risk/reward profile here is tricky to fathom. The outcome depends as much on the motivations of players involved as the intrinsic value of Raymarine's brands offset by group debt. Say an equity financing was agreed at about 10p a share, with institutions firmly believing in the prospect of recouping at least 50p on a two to three-year view. An acquirer would need to offer a current price that is competitive with the expected medium-term return from buying fresh Raymarine equity. Obviously, institutions may have their own liquidity constraints and it would appear a new chief executive has yet to be found, so it would be a case of currently backing directors responsible for getting Raymarine into this mess. In fairness, the executive chairman who stepped up to this role last autumn has acted swiftly. Broker Panmure Gordon has upgraded Raymarine shares from 'Hold' to 'Buy', raising its target from 12p to 24p if also warning of serious risks. The analyst estimates that Garmin could achieve at least a 25% margin on Raymarine's sales of say £100 million (relative to £135 million last year). Subtracting net debt and assuming £30 million costs to wind down the Raymarine group structure would leave about £20 million (which is near the net asset value) or 24p a share. The broker warns the situation is highly speculative with 100% potential downside if the suitor walks away. It remains to be seen whether Garmin continues down this route, waits first for the banks to appoint administrators, or walks. It has a history of making acquisitions however, and now is an astute time to buy into Raymarine before the cycle turns. Navigation equipment is essential and boating is a long-term growth industry - in the emerging markets especially, as Raymarine's presentation shows. I am a shareholder if so far un-moved by the latest events to take action. The situation is now a gamble yet intriguing to follow. If there are ultimately multiple bidders then a low-risk arbitrage opportunity could conceivably arise: exploiting any gap between market price and proposed offer terms, with the possibility of a higher offer. Cynics may prefer to take the view of Gartmore Investment Management: a recent announcement cited a short position over 3.5 million Raymarine shares.
20/2/2007
21:11
m.t.glass: A whole bunch of press releases from across the pond, at the Miami International Boat Show. Awareness of which might explain the late uptick in UK share price: ------------------------------------- Press Release Source: Raymarine, Inc. Raymarine Now Offering SIRIUS Marine Weather Forecasts and Entertainment Channels to More Boaters Tuesday February 20, 11:12 am ET Latest Weather Technology Now Available on E-Series and C-Series Displays MERRIMACK, N.H., Feb. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Raymarine, Inc., a world leader in marine electronics, announced at the Miami International Boat Show the availability of on-demand weather forecast information from SIRIUS Satellite Radio via Raymarine's C-Series Multifunction Navigation Displays. The acclaimed satellite weather service, introduced last year for Raymarine's line of E-Series displays, is now available to owners of the company's C-Series and E-Series lines of award-winning multifunction displays. With the new Raymarine SR50 SIRIUS Satellite Weather and Audio Receiver, C-Series owners now have access to a wide range of advanced forecast information, including the WSI NOWRad® weather radar, storm tracks, sea surface temperature, wind, surface pressure, wave heights, lightning and much more. In addition, the SR50 allows boaters to tune into over 130 channels of SIRIUS Satellite Radio directly from their C-Series display, providing access to 100% commercial-free music as well as a wide range of sports, news, comedy and talk programming. "We're excited to expand our offerings with Raymarine and provide C-Series owners with access to our popular SIRIUS Marine Weather service," said Larry Pesce, Senior Vice President of Services for SIRIUS. "Now even more boaters will be able to enjoy high quality and comprehensive satellite weather information while listening to SIRIUS, The Best Radio on Radio." The new SR50 receiver includes an audio output cable to link to onboard stereo systems, and connects to Raymarine's C-Series displays using the SeaTalkNG interface. Raymarine's powerful C-Series Multifunction Navigation Display allows captains to view and animate SIRIUS weather forecasts in a full screen or within a window alongside radar, chartplotter and fishfinder functions. "We're excited to bring this award-winning technology to a wider audience with the launch of our SR50," said Terry Carlson, president of Raymarine. "This is yet another example of Raymarine's ability to integrate valuable consumer technologies into boating equipment." Available for purchase in the U.S., SIRIUS Marine Weather Service coverage includes the 48 contiguous states, most of Canada, Mexico and waters extending hundreds of miles into the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean. A monthly SIRIUS Marine Weather subscription is required to receive forecasts onboard. The SR50 weather receiver module for Raymarine C-Series is expected to be available in March 2007. In addition, a software upgrade will be available later in 2007 for owners of the SR100 receiver, a 2007 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Innovation Honoree, allowing access to entertainment programming from SIRIUS radio via Raymarine's E-Series displays. About Raymarine, Inc. Raymarine, a world leader in marine electronics, develops and manufactures the most comprehensive range of electronic equipment for the recreational boating and light commercial marine markets. Designed for high performance and ease of use, the award-winning products are available through a global network of dealers and distributors. The Raymarine product lines include radar, navigation aids, instruments, fishfinders, communications, software and systems. For more information about Raymarine call 1-603-881-5200 or visit http://www.raymarine.com. Media Contact Liz Boal Greenough Communications 617.275.6522 lboal@greenoughcom.com ---------------------------------------- Press Release Source: Raymarine, Inc. Raymarine Introduces Automatic Identification System (AIS) Receiver Tuesday February 20, 11:32 am ET Receiver Enhances Situational Awareness, Increasing Safety on the Water MERRIMACK, N.H., Feb. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Raymarine, Inc., a world leader in marine electronics, announced at the Miami International Boat Show its AIS250 Automatic Identification System Receiver Module, increasing boaters' ability to avoid collisions by enhancing their situational awareness while out on the water. The Automatic Identification System (AIS) is a shipboard broadcast system that is primarily used for identifying and obtaining information about other vessels in a ship's proximity. AIS allows boaters to exchange their vessels' name, course, speed and current navigation status with nearby ships and shore- side traffic monitoring centers, helping to resolve the issue of identifying and locating vessels that can not be seen due to darkness, fog, distance or radar blind arcs and shadows. Operating on the VHF maritime band, AIS uses digital radio signals to broadcast real-time information that cannot always be exchanged through voice radio communication. In addition, AIS augments radar applications with its ability to detect smaller AIS-fitted vessels and eliminate blind spots caused by coastal topography. Raymarine's AIS250 Receiver module is a "listen only" AIS receiver that easily integrates with an existing VHF antenna using a built in VHF splitter. The AIS250 then interfaces to Raymarine's award-winning multifunction displays, allowing nearby targets to be graphically overlaid in both the chartplotter and radar modes. This integration enables boaters to identify and track vessels within VHF antenna range over a chart or radar screen, greatly increasing their situational awareness. The AIS250 also receives broadcasts from shore stations, including AIS alarm and safety-related messages from sources such as the U.S. Coast Guard. "When on the water it is extremely important to know the movement and identity of other ships in order to make the right decisions about navigating," said Terry Carlson, president of Raymarine. "By incorporating AIS display technology into our multifunction displays, Raymarine is furthering its commitment to not only enabling our customers with the latest technology, but also heightening awareness for overall safety on the seas." Raymarine's AIS250 features the ability to monitor both class A and B AIS broadcasts, and two NMEA 0183 input output ports with a built-in multiplexer. The AIS250 is expected to be available in May 2007. ---------------------------------- Raymarine's LifeTag Wins 2007 Freeman Pittman Innovation Award Tuesday February 20, 10:58 am ET LifeTag Man Overboard System Named One of Top Innovative Marine Electronic Products MERRIMACK, N.H., Feb. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Raymarine, Inc., a world leader in marine electronics, announced at the Miami International Boat Show its LifeTag Man Overboard (MOB) System has been honored by SAIL magazine with a 2007 Freeman K. Pittman Innovation Award. The awards, which are named after SAIL's late technical editor, recognize the finest and most innovative new products on the market and pay homage to Freeman who was widely regarded as an expert in the field of technically advanced sailing. The LifeTag MOB system is a personal wireless man overboard system, which provides critical safety data should a crew member fall overboard. In the event that one of the wearable LifeTag pendants is submersed in water, or moves a certain distance away from the boat, the system sounds a loud alarm and triggers visual alerts to all of the Raymarine displays and instruments on the network. LifeTag also records the GPS latitude/longitude of the boat's location at the time of the event, making it the target waypoint on all connected devices. In addition to the boat's location, Raymarine's displays also provide critical search and rescue data including the elapsed time the crew member has been in the water and the water's current temperature. The Pittman Innovation Awards were officially announced in SAIL's February issue, which features LifeTag as one of the four honorees in the electronics category. The esteemed awards validate the importance of innovation within the boating industry, which is extremely dependent upon technology and equipment. While SAIL continuously features innovation throughout the year, the Pittman awards aim to recognize products, such as LifeTag that are new, different and smarter. "We're honored to be recognized by SAIL for our innovation in developing the LifeTag Man Overboard System," said Terry Carlson, president of Raymarine. "This is just another example of our commitment to designing revolutionary solutions that will enhance our customers' experience on the water." Each LifeTag system is comprised of the LifeTag base station and two personal LifeTag pendants, which can be fitted to a person's wrist or attached to a belt, life jacket or safety harness. The base station handles communication with each pendant, provides outputs for external alarm siren and relay contact, and is equipped with SeaTalk networking capabilities enabling integration with Raymarine's chartplotters, radars and instruments. The station can run on 12 volt DC power, or it can be powered by the SeaTalk bus. Personal LifeTags can operate for 2000 hours on CR2 Lithium camera batteries, which are supplied by Raymarine, and power on and off automatically for battery conservation. Extra LifeTags are sold separately and each system can monitor up to 16 tags simultaneously. ------------------------------------------------- Raymarine's 45STV HD Reels in High Definition Capabilities Tuesday February 20, 10:41 am ET Company Brings Vivid HD Technology to its High Performance Satellite TV System MERRIMACK, N.H., Feb. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Raymarine, Inc., a world leader in marine electronics, announced at the Miami International Boat Show the availability of the 45STV HD Satellite TV Antenna System, a High Definition (HD) system for Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) compatible satellite television receivers. The fully automatic, marine-stabilized antenna allows users to enjoy High Definition programming, exclusively from DirecTV, beamed to their vessel while at the dock or on the high seas. Composed of the 45STV High Definition Antenna and the HD Antenna Control Unit, the system delivers exceptional functionality and entertainment with its razor sharp HD digital programming. Expanding on the 45STV system introduced in February 2006, the new 45STV HD features a Dual Low Noise Block (LNB) design that supports multiple receivers, allowing the captain to monitor the weather on the helm display while others enjoy the game in HD on a television screen below deck. The 45STV HD includes technologies, such as DBT (Dynamic Beam Tilting) and WRS (Wide Range Search), to provide uninterrupted HD satellite television reception in almost any weather condition. With a footprint of 19.2 inches in diameter and a weight of only 31 pounds, the 45STV HD makes crystal-clear HD satellite television reception a reality for vessels of all sizes. The HD Antenna Control Unit (ACU) also features a LCD display and keypad for manual programming. "The coveted High Definition experience is finally available to boaters with the 45STV HD, bringing an entirely new dimension to enjoyment on the water," said Terry Carlson, president of Raymarine. "We initially incorporated the popular HD technology into our HD Digital fishfinders in 2003, representing a huge leap forward from analog technology. We're thrilled to be expanding our HD capabilities by now offering consumers access to this in-demand technology via their onboard TVs." To complete installation of the 45STV HD, customers will need to purchase and activate a DVB compatible satellite TV receiver and install a television monitor or other suitable video display. Systems with more than two televisions will require the use of an active antenna multi-switch, which is sold separately.
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