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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
21ST Cent Tech LSE:C21 London Ordinary Share GB0008866310 ORD 6.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.90p 2.80p 3.00p 2.90p 2.90p 2.90p 8,517 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 11.8 -0.4 -0.4 - 2.70

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/11/2018
12:49
Small, sure steps.
spaceparallax
02/11/2018
07:35
WOW we still have got a pulse. 21st Century Technology plc (AIM: C21), the specialist provider of tailored solutions to the transport community, solving complex operational requirements both on and off vehicle, is pleased to announce a strategically important and exclusive distribution agreement with Safety Tech, a subsidiary of Vision Systems France, for the SMARTVISION 'mirrorless' Camera Monitoring System (CMS) for Bus and Coach operators and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) throughout the UK. In addition, under the agreement, the Group's subsidiary 21st Century AB in Stockholm has exclusivity to supply SMARTVISION directly to the Bus and Coach operators throughout Sweden. The CMS comprises a number of high-definition digital cameras and monitors that replace traditional wing mirrors that improve visibility, reduce the risk of accidents and lower lifetime running costs of the vehicle. The SMARTVISION CMS is the only one of its kind approved by the Vehicle Certification Agency (VCA) in the UK and is currently available as OEM. The certification required for retro-fit programmes is currently being pursued. The SMARTVISION CMS is an important step towards the Transport for London (TfL) 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, with other regions to follow suit. It 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 About SMARTVISION CMS Vehicles are fitted with rugged enclosures that each contain two High Definition (HD) cameras showing Class II (Standard) and Class IV (Wide-angle) view on driver screens that are mounted internally within the cab area. By using digital cameras in place of mirrors, the CMS not only removes the lateral blind spots, it also automatically adjusts to reduce glare and improves the visibility at night and in wet conditions. The cameras also re-focus to adapt to rain drops or dirt on the lenses and an optional camera heater module keeps them clear of ice or fog. Importantly, the system greatly reduces the risk of collisions with other road users, pedestrians, street furniture and trees. Furthermore, because the cameras are much smaller than traditional wing mirrors, the CMS reduces drag and even improves fuel efficiency. Russ Singleton, Chief Executive Officer of 21st Century, said: "We have been working with Safety Tech, on this strategically important and revolutionary new safety solution for over two years and we are delighted today to be announcing a 3-year exclusive distribution agreement for the UK and Sweden. It is a major step forward for C21 in helping PTEs and operators improve public transport safety and fulfilling H&S policy. As part of our agreement we will also be providing design services to the vehicle manufacturers to ensure the system is correctly installed for every vehicle type."
dealit
02/11/2018
07:24
Another positive RNS this morning. SMARTVISION: mirrorless rear-view camera monitoring system. Exclusive distribution agreement with Safety Tech, a subsidiary of Vision Systems France, for the SMARTVISION.
vfast
24/9/2018
09:29
Indeed Nod, but sadly it takes enlightened thinking to look beyond the bottom line.
spaceparallax
20/9/2018
21:16
Over a year ago, NZ Bus (a C21 customer) lost more than half its contract in Wellington Region to a smaller local operator. Since then the bus network has been a debacle, regularly hitting national news. One of the big problems is that the new operator can't schedule enough large buses to meet demand. They took out seats to take more stranding passengers but there was a public backlash due to safety concerns. Anyway, I see this as potentially good for NZ Bus in the longer term. They should be able to claw back some of the lost routes. It's been amply demonstrated that selecting the cheapest operator is not always the best option.What's good for NZ Bus is good for C21.
nod
03/9/2018
12:56
They also report a tax credit of £0.3m, but this may fall into the second half.
weatherman
03/9/2018
12:45
I just hope that with these positive results announced today that a larger predator will be interested in swallowing C21 up all IMHO.
dealit
03/9/2018
12:25
Fair point weatherman. There new products seem to be attracting a lot of interest and they state there is a growing pipeline. "Our significantly stronger order book has been maintained, the pipeline of enquiries continues to grow, we are receiving increased interest in our software and technology solutions, and new regulations are presenting further opportunities. I look forward to reporting on our progress and expect our improved performance to continue." I'm confident that H2 will be better than H1!
vfast
03/9/2018
11:08
This is on a PE of 5 if they can do the same in the second half. 0.37 x 2 gives 0.74 eps. A low PE of 10 would justify a price of 7.4p (although the eps may be flattered by lapse of share options). There is some way to go if they are entering a period of sustainable growth and can improve margins.
weatherman
03/9/2018
10:46
Nervous sellers still around.
red army
03/9/2018
10:16
yep, very positive.
spaceparallax
03/9/2018
06:57
Yes, a good statement and back into profit with a positive outlook. At last we appear to have turned the corner. Exciting times ahead!
vfast
03/9/2018
06:49
Nice results...an enjoyable read to start the week!
batham1
29/8/2018
12:33
Yes, it was that flat it must have gone to sleep. Interim figures our soon.
vfast
29/8/2018
11:35
the share price appears to be emerging from its lengthy coma
spaceparallax
04/4/2018
13:35
Over the last 2/3 years this business has been totally transformed regarding the product offerings, software/hardware. It is also worth mentioning C21 have IP rights on their products. Like I said a lot of interest is being shown! Time will tell and would expect 2018 to be an interesting year for the company!
vfast
03/4/2018
08:24
The relocation was completed in January 2017 so was possibly a reason for the improved results. It will likely be a one-off overhead cost reduction and is not an increasing reduction each year.
nod
03/4/2018
07:58
2 major shareholders have been buying this year however that does not mean anything. What is being missed is that the business has been totally restructured in regard to location and product offerings. The location move is saving £1.4 million per year. My understanding is the new product range is going down well with historical customers and new customers and there is a lot of interest been shown by potential new customers. That is why the management are bullish about the company’s prospects moving forward.
vfast
30/3/2018
07:07
Sums it up IMO. Sub scale business. I remember commenting when they won some contracts in far off places that they will probably end up costing more than the value to service. For some years (and I mean years) the big hope is Watkins buying it and merging with Trak, but it never happened.
waterloo01
30/3/2018
01:12
Very odd to have no trades on a results day. It looks like the shares are very tightly held at this level. No buying interest from new or existing investors suggests a cautious or sceptical stance. The Outlook statement is upbeat but can they make a meaningful profit? The challenge in this business is that margins are wafer thin in a competitive market. Admin expenses are usually greater than profit. Shareholders are never likely to see a dividend with the need to continually invest in R&D. Capital gains look optimistic. A merger might help.
nod
28/3/2018
06:52
Positive set of results with a good outlook. It appears the company has been turned around and back on the up. Looking forward to the progress in 2018 and the share price IMO DYOR
vfast
19/3/2018
13:52
Agree - that is positive.
red army
19/3/2018
12:46
They made a large loss 2016 that is why the share price has been depressed however break even with a positive outlook will do me.It shows the company is recovering and hopefully the share price with it. Note the RNS today another major shareholder the Campbell's have bought more stock to go over the 4% notification level. Millington & Campbell's top up, all positive IMO. IMO DYOR
vfast
19/3/2018
12:23
The only issue I have is generally the results are just about OK but no fireworks.
red army
19/3/2018
12:09
No bid in my opinion just undervalued and hope there is a correction on the way regarding the Market Cap. Final results due out soon and that should give us an indication were we are heading. IMO DYOR
vfast
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