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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
  0.50 0.58% 87.00 85.00 89.00 88.00 85.00 85.20 32,684 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 83.6 1.3 1.8 48.1 143

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21/10/2010
22:31
Back in too. Futures looking better. What swung it for me was not only the resurrection of the Diamond Wood license but also I recently went shopping for a new front door at a unpretentious door shop in south east london and was amazed to find they were advertising and selling product made from Accoya (they had no idea where it came from though other than it was 'green'). Seems some significant degree of market penetration is occurring. I also see the MDF stuff as even bigger than Accoya in due course.
mh100
21/10/2010
20:34
European Conference on Wood Modification 5 Riga, Latvia, Sept 19-21, 2010 As world leaders in the field of wood modification, Accsys Technologies the producer of high technology Accoya® wood, was recently invited to present two papers at the fifth European Conference on Wood Modification (ECWM5) in Riga. The title "European" is a misnomer since there were 28 nations represented at the conference, with many American and Asian delegates. With such a strong focus on wood modification, ECWM5 is the only event of its kind in the world, which explains why it attracts such a range of attendees from commercial, governmental and academic organisations. Many guests are widely-respected opinion leaders in their geographies. Accsys Technologies presented two papers at the conference. The first, on modified wood structural considerations, and the second focussed on how to effectively conduct a product environmental impact analysis. Both the lectures and exhibition presence helped maintain and further Accsys Technologies' reputation for technical leadership and innovative contribution to the modified wood industry. Reaction and feedback to the papers clearly demonstrated that acetylation is still very much viewed as the gold standard in wood modification by the world's experts in this area. A new study from Scion, formerly the New Zealand Forest Research Institute, supports this popular opinion by concluding that Accoya® wood is more durable than four of the most naturally durable wood species and in addition, more durable than wood treated with CCA to ground contact specification
ebomber
21/10/2010
13:32
this wooded ship would appear to leak with regard to news does it not ? anyway back in after a long time away..............
sitiain
21/10/2010
11:18
21 October 2010 ACCSYS TECHNOLOGIES PLC ("Accsys" or "the Company") Diamond Wood Accsys is pleased to announce that it has today received a letter dated 18 October 2010 (the "Letter") from Diamond Wood China Limited ("Diamond Wood"), the Company's licensee of its acetylation technology in China and other Asian territories, announcing: "the recent signing of an agreement with an Asian investor group and the subsequent imminent funding of the first Accoya(R) factory in Asia by the end of 2010." The Letter also announces changes to the board of directors of Diamond Wood to facilitate the funding, including the appointment of Mr. Akeyuth Anchanbutra as Chairman. Further to the announcement by Accsys on 21 June 2010 that it had entered into a revised licence agreement with Diamond Wood ("Revised Licence"), the Letter, addressed to all Diamond Wood shareholders, confirms certain terms of that Revised Licence as follows: -- The reduction of upfront License Fee payments by c. EUR10m euros on the first four reactors of production -- A 20-year exclusivity for the production and sales of Accoya(R) in Greater China (China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan) -- The right of first refusal on Tricoya (MDF) technology in China -- A ten-year exclusivity for the production and sales of Accoya(R) in Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam, Philippines, Cambodia, Laos, Burma, Brunei Indonesia and Malaysia. In addition, Accsys confirms that the royalty payments under the Revised Licence have been amended and are now: -- Increased by in excess of 10%, from EUR22 to EUR25 per cubic metre of Accoya(R) produced and sold by Diamond Wood -- Subject to an annual upwards only index-linked inflator -- Payable beyond the twenty years originally provided for (at a discounted rate). Accsys is meeting with Diamond Wood in early November 2010 and hopes to be able to announce further details in respect of Diamond Wood's fundraising following that meeting. Ends
ebomber
21/10/2010
09:30
In the corridors of the square mile interest from a Chinese Conglomerate.
ebomber
20/10/2010
18:40
Is any Insider willing to give us a hint as to why the price rise? (Has anybody noticed the price rise?)
asmodeus
18/10/2010
23:15
Research shows Accoya is more durable than teak and CCA-treated timber http://www.ttjonline.com/story.asp?sectioncode=17&storycode=64406&c=2 New research has shown that Accoya modified wood is more durable than teak and CCA-treated wood. Scion, formerly known as the New Zealand Forest Research Institute, conducted several fungus decay chamber and exterior ground tests on Accoya, merbau, cedar, teak and cypress, as well as CCA-treated timbers. It found that after five years' exposure in the chambers and in the ground, Accoya was in much better condition than the other samples. After 60 months, all Accoya stakelets were in good condition, with just two showing signs of minor decay, while three of the CCA-treated samples had failed and the remaining were in poor condition. Cypress scored 3 out of 10, cedar 5, and Accoya 9.8. Accsys Technologies, which owns the Accoya business, said the research shows that the product can be used for a wider range of applications than the current joinery, cladding, decking and external beam uses.
goodgrief
16/9/2010
12:16
Very odd purchasing patterns today.
ebomber
13/9/2010
17:46
Could it have been a representative of Al Salem that was ejected from the AGM with me, and who claimed to hold 15% of the shares?
asmodeus
10/9/2010
13:56
or holding further reduced by Al Salam Opportunities Limited. It would be more helpful if they just divested the entire holding in a single tranche so we realise the full fall in share price
ebomber
10/9/2010
12:28
Going down the pan?
philjeans
09/9/2010
16:17
Maybe spoken too soon!!! As it falls...........
ebomber
09/9/2010
14:27
With the overhang cleared, Al Salam Opportunities Limited not divested further, the share price is long overdue some positive movement.
ebomber
04/9/2010
09:37
Overhang at close on 3 Sep 2010 eliminated. Note a decline at the close in SP, suspect Al Salam Opportunities Limited may have divested a further tranche. I hope I am wrong.............and the share price moves north next week.
ebomber
31/8/2010
13:54
Overhang of 550,000 shares on 31 Aug 2010 or £140,000 at current prices. Slow and steady.......
ebomber
23/8/2010
16:42
Overhang of 800,000 shares on 23 Aug 2010 or £200,000 at current prices. Slow and steady.......
ebomber
18/8/2010
16:37
With Al Salam Opportunities Limited divesting another 1.2 million shares on 13 Aug 2010 the overhang still exists. Need to just sit tight or until overhang cleared with potential risk they will dispose of their remaining 9.7 million over the coming weeks and months.
ebomber
16/8/2010
13:57
I would be so bold to say the 1.6 million share overhang of 04 Aug 2010 has cleared. Looking at trades (buys v sells) since 4 Aug 2010. Cleared late on Friday. Could account for movement upwards on small volume today........
ebomber
15/8/2010
21:32
I sold out last week for a loss - gone into RUR now.
pezza4
15/8/2010
20:49
Overhang from 4 Aug 2010 should be clear this week and patient holders begin to see some positive gains. I declare a modest holding...........
ebomber
10/8/2010
14:28
This Youtube video shows the Accoya production process - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ZM2njWxgxM
pifedayo
10/8/2010
14:15
agreement to open a new factory in China doesnt seem bad.
pezza4
10/8/2010
14:05
Still an overvalued bag of spanners. Minimal sales; massive losses; cash running low; dodgy contracts. Years from profits - I'd rather invest in a back street garage.
philjeans
09/8/2010
09:47
Seriously, though, I presume you would find it here ? info.redhotpennyshares.co.uk/company/aboutus
asmodeus
09/8/2010
09:11
Where is it? I would like to read it.
horneblower
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