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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Accsys Technologies Plc LSE:AXS London Ordinary Share GB00BQQFX454 ORD EUR0.05
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.10 -5.31% 90.90 90.00 91.80 98.60 90.40 98.60 349,019 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 83.6 1.3 1.8 50.3 149

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29/3/2010
13:26
I didn't like the look of the following, and suspect others didn't either, judging by the recent daily falls: 19 March 2010 ACCSYS TECHNOLOGIES PLC The Company was advised on 18 March 2010, that on 11 March 2010, the following Director of Accsys dealt in the Company's ordinary shares ("Ordinary Shares") as follows: Lord Sanderson of Bowden transferred 5,000 Ordinary Shares held by him to his wife, Lady Sanderson for nil consideration. The Company was further advised on 18 March 2010, that on 15 March 2010, Lord and Lady Sanderson of Bowden sold an aggregate of 10,000 Ordinary Shares at a price of GBP0.4367 each for a total net consideration of GBP4,266.22. Following the above disposals, Lady Sanderson no longer holds any interest in the Company's Ordinary Shares. Lord Sanderson continues to hold a balance of 1,095 Ordinary Shares.
asmodeus
29/3/2010
12:54
This must be getting closer to a full turn around. Well over due for a run of good news.
commander77
25/3/2010
10:25
Bit of a wobble around 0.6
horneblower
25/3/2010
09:46
signs that 50c might break at last. If we do does anyone tink we will settle at 55c or 60c pretty quickly?
outsider
19/3/2010
07:18
could do with breaking 50c
outsider
19/3/2010
07:10
RNS Number : 8349I Accsys Technologies PLC 19 March 2010 ? AIM: AXS NYSE Euronext Amsterdam: AXS 19 March 2010 ACCSYS TECHNOLOGIES PLC ("Accsys" or " the Company") Director's Interests The Company was advised on 18 March 2010, that on 11 March 2010, the following Director of Accsys dealt in the Company's ordinary shares ("Ordinary Shares") as follows: Lord Sanderson of Bowden transferred 5,000 Ordinary Shares held by him to his wife, Lady Sanderson for nil consideration. The Company was further advised on 18 March 2010, that on 15 March 2010, Lord and Lady Sanderson of Bowden sold an aggregate of 10,000 Ordinary Shares at a price of GBP0.4367 each for a total net consideration of GBP4,266.22. Following the above disposals, Lady Sanderson no longer holds any interest in the Company's Ordinary Shares. Lord Sanderson continues to hold a balance of 1,095 Ordinary Shares. Ends
outsider
17/3/2010
10:27
I'll be happy to switch if everyone else does. I am just interested in why you feel it necessary to loose all the interesting history. Perhaps you could shorten the header so that the extra scrolling is reduced.
horneblower
17/3/2010
09:27
'Green' wood technology could revolutionise use of MDF Louise Bateman 8th March 2010 A low carbon technology that waterproofs, strengthens and extends the life of softwood by up to 50 years has been shown in trials to be able to turn MDF into a product for outdoor use that could revolutionise the use of the wood composite. The technology is called acetylation and has been developed by UK company Accsys Technology PLC, which is now being headed up by Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg's elder brother Paul. Acetylation works in a similar way to soaking conkers in vinegar and oven-baking them to make them go extra hard. The patented process changes softwoods at a molecular level making them stronger and more durable than hardwoods, such as teak. Accsys says the technology, which is non-toxic, helps protect the world's hardwood resources and locks up carbon for far longer than unacetylated wood. Trading under the name Accoya wood, the high tech product is 100 per cent recyclable and is already being used for doors, windows and cladding – and has even been used in infrastructure projects, such as bridges. Accoya wood wins Cradle to Cradle Gold standard A recent independent cradle to gate report by environmental consultancy Camco demonstrated that Accoya wood's carbon footprint is lower than many traditional building materials such as PVC, aluminium and unsustainably sourced tropical hardwood. It also boasts the green credential of having been recently recognised as a 'Gold' standard product under the eco certification scheme Cradle to Cradle. Now, Accsys has found a way to successfully adapt the acetylation technology for use in wood 'elements', such as chip, fibre and particles, which it claims will revolutionise the wood composites industry. Last week, Accsys joined forces with Medite Europe Ltd, Europe's leading manufacturer of MDF (medium-density fibreboard) to launch Medite Tricoya, an MDF panel made from acetylated wood fibres. The two companies first signed a joint development agreement last year. Medite Tricoya suitable for use in cladding and bathrooms Accsys said the extensive testing of Medite Tricoya against conventional MDF at a laboratory in Germany demonstrated its superior performance in terms of swelling and durability in wet conditions. The company believes the testing shows it is suitable for use in everything from cladding to bathrooms and outdoor play frames. Michel Maes, global manager Panel Products, Accsys, said Medite Tricoya had the scope to "revolutionise" the way board panels could be used and created an opportunity for manufacturers to develop products that were "stable, durable and environmentally sound". Accsys, which initially raised £24 million through a listing on AIM in October 2005, which helped fund an acetylation plant in the Netherlands, is now looking to open a second commercial scale factory in China. It is also looking to license its patented technology to other manufacturers all over the world. However, the company, which was listed on Euronext in September 2007, has seen its share price hit by deteriorating trading conditions during the recession and a drop in hardwood prices. Clegg, who joined the company last year, said the Medite joint venture offered an "exciting" new opportunity for the company. "This innovative product is based on the same acetylation process that creates Accoya wood, the world's leading high technology solid wood product," he said. "We are very excited to unveil the first Medite Tricoya panel."
outsider
17/3/2010
09:18
Accsys Technologies PLC Unveils World's First Medite Tricoya® Panel at Ecobuild 2010 Accsys Technologies PLC ("Accsys") yesterday unveiled the world's first Medite Tricoya® panel at the annual Ecobuild exhibition, together with Coillte Panel Products. Speaking at a lunchtime reception attended by some 50 key industry opinion formers, company's stakeholders and distributors as well as influential national press yesterday, Paul Clegg, Chief Executive Officer of Accsys, said this trial panel marks one of the first true innovations in the wood composites industry in more than 30 years. Mr Clegg says: "We are very excited to unveil the first Medite Tricoya® panel to our business partners, industry friends and media at Ecobuild today. This innovative product is based on the same acetylation process that creates Accoya® wood, the world's leading high technology solid wood product. This time, the technology is applied to treat the chips and fibres, which make up Medite MDF (medium density fibreboard) panels." Gerard Britchfield, Managing Director of Medite's parent division, Coillte Panel Products, adds that this next generation panel has very strong environmental credentials as it combines the traditional superb machinability and smoothness properties of Medite MDF with the sharply enhanced performance characteristics delivered by the Tricoya® process, particularly with regard to durability and dimensional stability in wet environments. "Following the signing of the Joint Development Agreement last year, this is an important step forward. However, we still have a significant body of technical research and market assessment to complete in 2010 in order to bring this commercial feasibility stage of the development progress to a definitive conclusion," Mr Britchfield says. At the reception, Paul was also delighted to announce two additional achievements of Accoya® wood as follows: 1. billed as a low carbon alternative compared to other conventional construction materials following a recent assessment by Camco, a leading environmental consultancy 2. named as a 'Gold standard' product under the Cradle to CradleSM (C2C) Certification scheme that has become one of the most important eco-labels worldwide By significantly enhancing the durability and dimensional stability of abundantly available fastgrowing certified wood species, Accoya provides compelling environmental advantages over slow-growing hardwoods (which are often unsustainably sourced), woods treated with toxic chemicals and non-renewable carbon-intensive materials such as plastics, steel and concrete. The reception was also attended by some key opinion formers in the timber industry, including Charles Trevor, Chairman of the Wood Technology Society. He commented that the timber industry in the UK is now facing challenging times due to the recent recession, competition from other building materials and low promotional spend. "However, the good news is that more people than ever understand that timber is the most sustainable building material for the 21st Century. In addition, engineered wood products like glulam, LVL and cross laminated timber have brought a new and welcome predictability to the business of specifying wood. Now Accoya® wood can be added to this list of engineered wood products - engineered because it has been modified and quality assured for decay resistance, durability and dimensional stability."
outsider
17/3/2010
08:56
thx damanko, i think most will use it, when something worthwhile to say, one may not!
outsider
16/3/2010
21:36
Outsider, good luck with the new thread. Regards. damanko..............
damanko
16/3/2010
10:52
Why? This thread contains all the history and the new thread's header is too long. It's about time that Accsys breaks above 50cents imo...
horneblower
16/3/2010
10:37
with this thread 5 years old i have started a new one here: http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=22018699
outsider
13/3/2010
11:28
Outsider, The above article appears to be an extract from a longer piece. The original may have made sense but very little of the extract does. It is not a good testimonial for Accsys imo and is not suitable as a thread-header being far too long. I'll be sticking with this thread for the moment. I am bullish for Accsys and have a smallish holding.
horneblower
13/3/2010
09:37
with this thread 5 years old i have started a new one here: http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=22018699
outsider
13/3/2010
09:34
WARNING Please note I have not verified the information contained in this thread so PLEASE DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH to VERIFY
outsider
12/3/2010
09:26
I agree. This is my take on the chart, which looks much more meaningfull in log.
horneblower
12/3/2010
07:52
pretty much looks as if this one has bottomed out checking the graph, could be a good time to get back in.
outsider
25/2/2010
19:46
T - A distributor that I have dealt with in the past will only sell by the pack, which is mixed section sizes. None of the local merchants want to split packs as they are left with sizes and stock that may sit around for months or may never sell. Awareness of Accoya is still very limited in small building companies. I still believe the product is the future for timber and for that reason I continue to hold.
spudders
25/2/2010
19:26
Spudders, It would be interesting to know more about AXS failure to distribute, eg ask them how you are supposed to get hold of supplies and then compare what they say with what actually happens. Maybe the whole thing is a con trick and they dont really want people handling the product. T
tbow112
25/2/2010
14:38
Mentioned on the TRADA website & a piture of the bridge.
spudders
24/2/2010
22:16
Accsys focusing on business development http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/businessclub/sales/7300009/Accsys-focusing-on-business-development.html
goodgrief
23/2/2010
10:21
There's a very comprehensive report on Accsys in the business section of the Telegraph today - essential reading for all holders, I would suggest.
asmodeus
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