Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Zenith Hygiene Group LSE:ZHG London Ordinary Share GB00B05MLF29 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 11.75p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 2.42

Zenith Hygiene Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/10/2008
13:16
Looks like its doing OK to me
volsung
01/8/2008
16:36
Could the banks be looking to close this operation down?
gac141
19/6/2008
15:32
Any thoughts on the AGM? I might go along to see what they have to say for themselves.
gac141
01/4/2008
22:12
What are its continued losses ?
harrisdodd
01/4/2008
20:57
by my calculations, can't see how it can stay afloat with it's continued losses???
matt c
06/3/2008
18:19
strong finish (41%)
andrbea
06/3/2008
08:24
I wouldn't be too sure about that. The fall may now well be overdone, with most/all of the bad news probably out of the way.
truffle
04/3/2008
16:52
Smacks a little of the old dead cat bounce. Give it a week or two and you'll see where the bottom lies for those fishermen among you.
bokbok
03/3/2008
13:51
Harrisdodd Totally agree. Surely that is their job. Sounds very suspicious. We have a new finance director to sort this mess out but my confidence is low. Recently he has come in for a right pasting from investors at previous Co.
premiumdeal
29/2/2008
17:32
There are some serious flaws uncovered here. What else will come out?
gac141
29/2/2008
16:37
It just stinks to me, how could the auditors not pick up the very crude errors and misstatements included in the accounts. In particular how can a company have a policy that if goods supplied are not invoiced after 3 months then they assume that they will not be charged for the goods. Also bonuses of £250,000 mainly to directors were not included in the accounts. I would have thought that normal audit procedures should have uncoverred these errors. If you look at all the other many errors, if the auditors could not spot some if not all of these then what is the purpose of the audit. It is also interesting to note that the 2006 auditors were paid £146,000 fees acting as reporting accountants during the various aquisitions, going by their audit this was a waste of money. I also note that they have changed auditors and have not spotted any comment on this in the accounts.
harrisdodd
29/2/2008
15:57
Not a very auspicious start. Zenith are clearly in a right old mess. Personally I doubt if they will extract themselves. The Banking facility is punitive and there is a real risk that we could go under.
premiumdeal
29/2/2008
14:31
I can only say that my experience of Ian Selbie has resulted in the destruction of shareholder value and it looks like this is a trend that is set to continue even if he has played no part in the current situation. Good luck to all shareholders regards SP
spurious
29/2/2008
13:31
SCAP have just dropped the bid to 6.25 p- A very brave buy indeed.
gac141
29/2/2008
11:22
a brave buy of 25k.. good luck to the buyer
latifs100
28/2/2008
13:02
"For the year to Aug 31, Zenith Hygiene said its pretax loss widened to 8.6 mln stg from a restated 3.1 mln last year." Ringo was a finance man, no wonder he stepped down. Shocking! Steer Clear!
aliandamanda
28/2/2008
10:34
green arrow, first time in ages... why not announce some contract wins/renewals to turn it around? or aren't there any? "Revenue rose to £38.1m from £34.3m the year ago "
andrbea
27/2/2008
09:38
Sliding at an alarming rate. I even thought about an investment but would wait until the house is in order.
gac141
26/2/2008
13:45
maybe the new directors should buy some shares and restore some investor confidence? an article (from the 25th): /.... Gavin Gracie, who has significant turnaround expertise, according to Zenith, will take up the full time role of CEO and Simon Barrell will take on the chairmanship in an acting capacity. The two new appointments were just a small part of the group-wide restructuring that Zenith has implemented, including the appointment of a new FD and finance team, the appointment of consultants to review of warehouse and distribution operations and new management teams across all areas. The company said it has also introduced new systems and controls and increased banking facilities to provide adequate working capital headroom. "As a result, costs are being better controlled, margins are increasing, customer service is improving, but, the major impact of the changes that have been made will not be fully realised until fiscal year 2009," it said. http://www.businessweekly.co.uk/2008022531479/shares-news/accounting-mess-prompts-major-clean-up-at-zenith.html
andrbea
25/2/2008
10:02
Market Cap £3.2m, losses £8.6m..work it out yourself, no hope, company worthless, this is finished imho.
aliandamanda
25/2/2008
09:46
Ouch... What I suspected. Shareprice could take years to recover.
gac141
22/2/2008
11:48
Sorted now
gac141
20/2/2008
12:50
Premium Deal. I am an Corero shareholder intrigued to see what impact Ian Selby might have on Zenith. Shareprice is about as good. Does make one question the business when they can't even get the website right-See Ian Selby's details under people and they still have ex FD Julie Rowlands
gac141
15/2/2008
11:56
15/02/08 16:12 21.0 200,000 L 0.0 0.0 ? 0 0 0 14/02/08 16:12 21.5 200,000 O 20.0 22.0 Buy
andrbea
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