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C21 21st Century Technology Plc

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21 Sep 2023 - Closed
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
21st Century Technology Plc C21 London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 4.25 01:00:00
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21st Century Technology C21 Dividends History

No dividends issued between 22 Sep 2013 and 22 Sep 2023

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Posted at 13/11/2019 21:37 by nod
A year ago C21 announced a distribution agreement in U.K. and Sweden with the French manufacturer for SMARTVISION. C21 described the agreement as "strategically important". https://www.sustainable-bus.com/parts/adl-with-smartvision-cameras-and-displays-in-place-of-mirrors/
Posted at 11/10/2019 02:42 by whatlp
The contract with Edinburgh council was approved, please see the following link:


There were three tenders and C21 were the cheapest by some distance and also judged to be the best quality offering.

Let's hope that being the cheapest doesn't make the margins too low...

For those that are interested, the comparison of the three tender companies can be found here:
Posted at 17/9/2019 05:38 by nod
adin1, I can't see anywhere that C21 explains the purpose of the Limited Company. They filed accounts for Journeo in April as a dormant company. The name is being used as a Trademark and operating as if it was a separate company. Perhaps Journeo is a step towards a company name change.
Posted at 16/9/2019 15:39 by vfast
2/3 years ago this business was on it knees and could have gone under. The company has gone through a large restructuring process and it is now a different company in regards to its product offerings however it still supplies the bus operators.

Since 2007/8 the Government, central and local have been cutting budges and reducing financial resources but there is now a turnaround in Gov policy and they are allocating money to the transport sector.

Yes, C21 own Journeo and the separation has been done for business reasons. Journeo is attracting a lot of attention.

It will be interesting to read the new contract wins that are on the way "a number of negotiations in advanced stages".

All looking good IMO but DYOR
Posted at 16/9/2019 14:23 by adin1
In their results, one of the top four highlights refers to 400k revenues from Journeo.


Singleton is a director of this private company created in August 2017

Is this company owned by C21 or owned privately ?

Nod, did you ever get any responses to this question?
Posted at 22/7/2019 11:33 by vfast
Yes, good news. It takes time to transform a business but I'm very confident C21 are making good progress.

IMO this stock is flying under the radar of investors and it's potential however that will change at some stage.
Posted at 16/5/2019 03:00 by nod
In their results, one of the top four highlights refers to 400k revenues from Journeo.http://www.journeo.com/Singleton is a director of this private company created in August 2017https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/10896440Is this company owned by C21 or owned privately ?
Posted at 03/3/2019 08:32 by nod
vsat, I can see you are very enthusiastic and optimistic, as are the directors. I'm not going to be anti their view or your view. I was a shareholder when TGP acquired C21 and was optimistic about the technology and growth potential. Indeed, there was revenue growth, as I've mentioned, but C21 now has much lower revenues than it did 8 years ago. .All the things you say about demand were there 10 years ago, 20, 30, 40 years ago. It is 40 years since I wrote the fare modelling system for Greater Manchester Buses to get people out of their cars, onto public transport, and ease congestion on the roads. Fares were cut. Services were improved. It worked for a few years..
Posted at 02/3/2019 11:15 by vfast
Nod, C21 are well aware of the opportunities opening up in the UK and worldwide.

Do C21 products work with electric buses? the answer to that is of course they do!

I'v said it before there are big changers coming to the transport sector in the UK and government want people out of cars especially in Cities in the UK and worldwide. Newcastle and Gateshead council are looking to start a congestion charge for cars crossing the bridges of the River Tyne. I live in Northumberland 12 miles north of Newcastle and it has been on BBC Look North news.

Also many other Cities in the UK are looking at simpler schemes. It is Government lead and targets will be set to reduce car use in major Cities.

Pollution is a big driver for the push to public transport and the transport industry need to up their game and make public transport user friendly and more efficient also a long with H&S. C21 exclusive deal with SmartVision is all part of the future changes taking place.

See below, note by 2020 TfL vehicles and already one type of single and one type of double decker buses are been targeted for the SmartVision tech.

Russ Singleton, 21st Century’s Chief Executive Officer, commented: “The SmartVision CMS is an important step towards TfL’s Vision Zero commitment to eliminate death and serious injury involving buses. By 2020, it is anticipated that CMS will become compulsory on many TfL vehicles, but is already being offered as an option on new vehicles from UK manufacturers, enabling operators to get a head start on making their vehicles safer for passengers, the public and drivers alike.”

You mentioned a 10% increase in turnover but the profit has not increased this is because C21 have employed around 11 extra people in their R&D department (15 people in the R&D department now) because of the many new opportunities that are opening up.

Also C21 have developed their own software with IP writes which companies/organisations outside of the transport sector are showing a big interest in!!! (Display Information Technology Systems)

I repeat there are big big changes coming to the transport sector which C21 are in a good place to take advantage of. In my opinion small companies like C21 have the best opportunities than what they have ever had in past. My guess is consolation will take place in the sector and companies like C21 will be targeted by bigger players wanting a slice of the transport/new technology cake however we need to give it time 24/36 months.

Nevertheless I'm expecting to see the fruits of the regulation changes and new technology take place this year.

Nod, I’m not totally anonymous on the BB there are people that know me/have met in London at AGM’s and they will tell you without given anything away I put my money where my mouth is.
Posted at 12/1/2019 23:45 by nod
I held TGP when they acquired C21 from the TGP CFO's brother in law. TGP then changed its name to C21 - you know this but I'm just recapping.

In 2011, C21 revenues were 14 million; last year 11.8 million. So, if you step back from the technology, the company just ticks over, some years better than others in terms of operating profit/loss.
As I've said on here, I don't see big growth. There is never going to be a dividend so an investor would need to trade - buy low and sell higher during a bull run. TGP used to be a good trading share hitting high teens now and then. We have just completed a global bull market and C21 has gone nowhere.

The big picture problems as I see them:
a) Councils are tight and not service-focused in any area
b) Operators (the customer) tender for routes in a highly competitive market and often win on cost. Operators are very cost-focused rather than service focused. They don't win business because users like them (users being the public). They win business if they submit the best tender next time.
c) C21's customers are indirectly councils and local authorities. They subsidise the private or public operators to provide public services where the operators otherwise would not. In return they want a big say in the operations, down to the level of timetables and routes. These are often a disaster because non-users on councils are making decisions.
d) Its hard for private operators to make a decent profit and invest in the future, when their contracts are relatively short-term and precarious.

On the last point, I'll give a summary later on Stagecoach New Zealand. It has a connection to C21
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