Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Accrol Group Holdings Plc LSE:ACRL London Ordinary Share GB00BZ6VT592 ORD GBP0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.78% 64.00 96,083 14:00:09
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
63.00 65.00 64.50 63.00 64.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 134.77 -1.89 -0.80 199
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:26:30 O 2,500 63.125 GBX

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Accrol Daily Update: Accrol Group Holdings Plc is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ACRL. The last closing price for Accrol was 64.50p.
Accrol Group Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 57.50p and a 12 week average price of 57.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 33.50p.
There are currently 311,354,632 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 637,378 shares. The market capitalisation of Accrol Group Holdings Plc is £199,266,964.48.
mfhmfh: great acquisition for a good price and in a fast growing market. IMHO.
leadersoffice: Does this share ever move ?
this_is_me: We do not know how many they bought this week; we only know that they went from below 3% to 3.86%. Even so they managed to do so without affecting the price.
stevieweebie2: And here it is, interesting times. yet there no inflation ;) Https://
jk46664: Anyone considered that the worldwide price of pulp has started to increase recently ? Will be interesting to see how Accrol will get price increases from the likes of Lidl / Aldi.........
tole: Group Holdings (LON:ACRL) – ready to wipe away the competitionFiring on all cylinders is the way that Zeus Capital sums up this toilet tissue and kitchen roll maker and distributor.Last Wednesday's interim results to end-October showed a very good performance on all aspects of its business. Apparently, margins are improving, cash flow is strong, while net debt has been falling quicker than expected.Zeus is going for sales to increase from £135m last year to end-April to £151m this year, then £185m in the coming year. Adjusted pre-tax profits are forecast to improve from £4.7m to £8.5m, then double to £17.5m in the next year.The brokers are very bullish and suggest that the group, as it is progressing now, could end up with a value of 122p a share.After 75.1p was reached in its price early last week, the group has since seen its shares come back down to 67p on profit-taking. These shares look like they're going higher.
tomps2: Here's the ACRL presentation with Q&A from Friday (15.1.21) Video: Https:// Podcast: Https://
this_is_me: The share price has been on an upward trend for two years. Today's rise is just a continuation of that trend which has seen the share price just about triple in that time leaving me very happy. Plenty more to come in the next two years.
mfhmfh: ACRL had 8 tissue lines at maximum capacity. The company they have recently acquired has 4 tissue lines bit only 2 being used fully. When ACRL have the other 2 lines being used they will increase their capacity by 50% and have cost savings. All IMHO.
davebowler: Zeus; Transformational deal We believe Accrol’s acquisition of LTC represents a transformational transaction which the potential to consolidate the Group’s leading position in the private label tissue market to c.30% share. On completion of the deal, the Group’s combined customer base will be stronger and broader with a step change in capacity to further accelerate its already impressive growth which continues to outpace the market. We estimate the acquisition to be 14.2% EPS enhancing in FY22E the first full year of ownership. The core Accrol business continues to trade solidly, driving an additional upgrade to our underlying numbers today. We believe Accrol’s established platform can deliver an market capitalisation of £400m+ over the medium term. § Acquisition overview: Accrol announced the acquisition of Leicester Tissue Company (LTC) on 2nd November, supplemented by a primary placing to raise £38.5m and an open offer raising £4.1m. The enlarged group will have c.£220m of combined revenue capacity, encompassing 12 tissue and 2 facial converting lines and c390 employees. § Key benefits: LTC is an established and well invested tissue converter with an impressive financial track record (70% revenue CAGR 2017-19), which we believe speaks for itself. LTC brings four high quality tissue conversion lines all under six years old to the Group, taking combined revenue capacity to c.£220m and enabling Accrol to defer £5.0m of capex spend from FY21 into FY22. The acquisition of LTC takes the Group’s private label market share from c26% pre acquisition to c30% post acquisition. We believe Accrol has paid less than 5x LTC’s FY22E EBITDA (post £1.0m anticipated synergies), which represents an attractive price for a strategically important transaction. § Forecasts: Our revised forecasts include an upgrade to the underlying Accrol business which has traded solidly in recent months. The acquisition should be c.14.2% EPS enhancing to our FY22E EPS forecast in the first full year of ownership on what we believe are conservative assumptions. This equates to less than 5x LTC’s 12m forward EBITDA which represents an attractive price for a strategically important transaction in our view. Cost synergies of £1.0m have been identified, which we believe is conservative, with no revenue synergies currently assumed throughout our forecast period. § Investment view: In our view Accrol deserves to trade at least in line, if not at a premium to its peers given its solid growth momentum. A rerating of the shares to 16x-18x FY22E PE over the next 12 months implies a share price of 69-78p. Ultimately we believe Accrol should emerge as a £35m-£40m EBITDA business (£22.5m-£30.0m previously assumed) with minimal debt and above average growth in the ever-expanding discount sector, which we believe could equate to an equity value of c.£400m (c.122p per share) over the medium term.
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