Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tristel Plc LSE:TSTL London Ordinary Share GB00B07RVT99 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 168.50p 165.00p 172.00p 168.50p 168.50p 168.50p 10,990.00 07:59:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 17.1 2.6 5.0 33.6 71.41

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30/11/2016
12:18
Now on the Tristel website ... A randomised, single-blind comparison of high-level disinfectants for flexible nasendoscopes http://tinyurl.com/jkl29xx
piedro
29/11/2016
17:03
Tristel Global ‏@TristelGlobal 3h3 hours ago Tristel set-up and ready to go @IDScUK Conference 2016 - 28th to the 30th November! #decontamination #infectioncontrol #rinsewater
piedro
29/11/2016
10:21
Big tree shake. MM's selling what the haven't got, having to get some sells to balance the book. Nice delayed 20000 buy just printed. :-)
melton john
28/11/2016
17:21
Tristel Rinse Assure: The Most Compliant Water Management System For Rinse Water In Endoscope Washer Disinfectors http://tinyurl.com/z6kepf5
piedro
28/11/2016
10:53
Unlikely to be another special dividend this year - one paid in August.
glaws2
28/11/2016
10:40
Another good looking break out in progress it seems. Hopefully the strong momentum will get people's attention. Good story here and am sure it needs more attention. Hopefully it will be supported with some news on a special dividend and/or some more + trading news. Regards, Source.
source
25/11/2016
10:10
Consolidating nicely at this level. Good chart for the last few weeks, waiting for the next news to arrive. Big dirty world to go for.
melton john
22/11/2016
13:55
£47k of Buys & £12k of sells = Down 4% Hmmmmmm
martinthebrave
17/11/2016
06:31
The AGM will be held on 13th Dec.
glaws2
16/11/2016
19:12
Tristel Global ‏@TristelGlobal 2h2 hours ago Tristel showcasing our Crystel brand of products @PharmaMicro Conference - 16&17th Nov - Say hello on Stand 20! #cleanroom #infectioncontrol
piedro
14/11/2016
20:50
Thanks Metis - and as I said earlier, I agree there seem to be more tangible immediate opportunities available to Tristel in Germany and Australia before even having to consider the future USA potential. Key question remains, how quickly can they ramp these territories sales...Regards,Source.
source
14/11/2016
18:49
Potential for growth in Europe - From the video at hTtps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGo5RtU3IlY question session from about 49:20 where Paul Swinney CEO talks about the “German” market – 12 TSTL employees based there now – covering Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Poland. Market there at least as large in his view as the UK – in those four countries there are many more hospitals than in the UK. The full range of Tristel chlorine dioxide products are on sale in those four countries. Now I note that the total Tristel revenues for 2015/16 were £17.1mn. The contribution from the “German” market was £2.0mn. The contribution from the UK was £10.4mn. How long will it take for the “German” contribution to catch up with the UK? It will be interesting to see… Also see post 2139 for that excellent report - hTtp://tinyurl.com/z6q9cf5 for comment about the “German” market Elsewhere Paul hints that post Brexit tariffs may lead to the establishment of a manufacturing unit in Europe. Interesting comments from Paul about the Chinese market at about 51:20
metis20
12/11/2016
13:09
Thanks Metis. Seems very positive incentives to get on top of this problem. Hope Tristel are in the thick of it arguing for their effective and cost benefits. Regards,Source.
source
12/11/2016
09:41
More on that Health Secretary initiative hTtps://www.gov.uk/government/news/reducing-infections-in-the-nhs "The government’s plans to prevent NHS infections include: •more money for hospitals making the most progress in reducing infection rates with a new £45 million quality premium " "Alongside the plan to reduce E. coli rates, an additional £60 million will be allocated to the ‘Getting It Right First Time’ programme. First pioneered by Professor Tim Briggs in orthopaedics, the programme will now be expanded to another 18 surgical specialties, building on the initial investment of £2.5 million."
metis20
07/11/2016
12:22
Tristel Global ‏@TristelGlobal 46m46 minutes ago Tristel are exhibiting at @FISConf in Edinburgh from the 6th to the 8th of November. Come and say hello on Stand 12! #infectioncontrol
piedro
07/11/2016
11:55
Silly old me, I thought people already got paid for cleaning. Perhaps the unions don't allow supervision to be critical in case someone's feelings are hurt.
melton john
06/11/2016
10:15
Sunday Telegraph headline today - "Hospitals will be paid to drive out superbug infections. The measure, to be announced by the Health Secretary, is part of a £45 million plan to improve hospital hygiene, with a new focus on E.coli in an attempt to halve the number of antibiotic resistant infections by 2020. The number E.coli infections killed more than 5,500 patients last year..In just three years the number of cases has rise by one fifth."
metis20
04/11/2016
09:57
For me - USA is something that may happen, or possibly it may not. It's potential has not been included in any TSTL forecasts or numbers, but is going to be a big pay-off in for almost free if it does come through and they can commercialise on it. However far more tangible and real right now for Tristels short/medium term prospects is driving its now wholly owned and full product line approved Australia market (as well as Germany/EU markets). These offer far more immediate potential and management should be driven to maximise these areas. Particualarly Australia could be driven much higher now its under direct control. I think the current price is expecting this to occur more than banking in anything for the USA IMO. Regards, Source.
source
04/11/2016
08:11
I thought that the share price might weaken after the excitement of the results has died away, but still looking pretty robust here. The USA is the big one, if they get that right, then we will all be minted.
rcturner2
03/11/2016
08:00
Interesting article on the TV last night about contamination of supermarket food deliveries in crates without carrier bags. Possible cross contamination from outside of chicken packaging, vegetables and stacking of dirty crates. Quick acting disinfecting system required?
melton john
27/10/2016
18:46
Tristel Global ‏@TristelGlobal 2h2 hours ago Tristel are exhibiting at #Euroson16 in Leipzig, Germany from the 26th to the 29th of October. Come and say hello! #infectioncontrol
piedro
26/10/2016
14:42
Tristel Global ‏@TristelGlobal 3h3 hours ago Tristel are exhibiting @WFHSS2016 In Brisbane from the 26th to the 29th October - Come and say hello! #WFHSS2016 #infectioncontrol
piedro
24/10/2016
10:25
Thanks Source. Very comprehensive report.
melton john
22/10/2016
11:11
Hi Melton John - apols for the slight delay in reporting a few bits I picked up from attending Tristels event last week. Some brief points of summary for you/all below:- - Management seemed quite confident (they ususally are though) - Got a feel the good sales numbers were likely to continue and overseas growth would be an engine for growth - A number of regions seem like they could be as big, or bigger than the UK with some careful growth (apparently overseas growth was held back some due to some sort of "packaging issue" -- now resolved) - Margins are improving/holding up very well, as opposed to be being signaled last year when I attended - Approvals pipeline seems strong - They are prudently not including USA in any of their numbers or 3 year targets yet, however the approvals process seems like it was progressing well - I was keen last year on their opthalmic product (which I think could be a real boost if focussed on properly) -- this are seemed to be developing further this year -- Wish though they'd have got saled here though! - Austalia got a lot of airtime and management seemed up on this regions, and luckily they now have a full product line (or close to) there now. - They are now committing to a new 3 year sales & margin target range for forward guidance (quite refreshing, but think they could have been more aggressive - especially if they tie management rewards again to these) - They are targetting something like 14% YOY sales growth over the next 3 years which seems good (but I still think it isnt stretching enough for the business at this stage of developement but hey); - I asked a question about their product patents (which I noted had grown quite a bit YOY, specifically I asked about the bulk of these being for their triagger product) - got the answer that this product had a lot of novel packaging and delivery features. I asked if they were looking to extract wider value from these patents then and Swinney seemed to cocnur they are...I get a sense this are may lead to some positives at some point (hope so! given the focus on it in terms of developement over the last few years). Regards, Source.
source
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