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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
  0.00 0.0% 96.00 94.20 97.60 98.60 90.40 98.60 197,455 11:12:46
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 83.6 1.3 1.8 53.1 158

Accsys Technologies Share Discussion Threads

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21/12/2010
20:19
That is true, TSK, but, since a lot of people invested in 2007, 2008, and 2009, and are therefore showing huge losses (see graph above), (if still holding), there are, as I said, a lot of disappointed investors, and I am one of them. But you are right, those buying more recently may have made a profit - and I am one of them!
asmodeus
21/12/2010
20:06
That depends on when they made their investment - and what their patience levels are.
tsk 1
20/12/2010
20:57
I've got news for Mr Clegg; there are, already, lots of disappointed investors! (See last line of article).
asmodeus
20/12/2010
19:56
From The Telegraph (co.uk) today... "If we get it right our market capitalisation will be between €1bn to €2bn within five to six years." Paul Clegg, CEO. I hope they do - that's at least £846m at today's exchange rates. http://tinyurl.com/36bbsa2
tsk 1
02/12/2010
16:27
Will be bust before they strike a profit.
philjeans
02/12/2010
16:24
Going well now, though. (Up about 10%)
asmodeus
02/12/2010
08:07
Anyone listen to the conference call?
outsider
01/12/2010
09:03
A snippet from yesterday's results: "The Directors are expecting to raise funds from a number of potential sources in order to meet the costs of construction and on-going operating costs during the period until it is expected that the expanded plant will generate sufficient income to make the Group cash-flow positive. The Directors have commenced discussions with some of these potential sources of funding and are confident that funds will be raised; however no binding agreements are yet in place." Several years down the line as a quoted company, and still in need of funds...
damanko
01/12/2010
08:28
Looks like they need money again...not good http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=201011301700041065X
outsider
30/11/2010
17:32
Brilliant News! They've only lost 7.6M, this year, against 8.0 last. Seriously, though - sales are up.
asmodeus
19/11/2010
00:05
18 November 2010 ACCSYS TECHNOLOGIES PLC ("Accsys" or "the Company") Board Change Accsys is delighted to announce that Patrick Shanley has joined the Board of the Company as a Non-Executive Director with effect from today's date. Patrick has extensive board room experience in the chemicals sector, having previously been Chief Financial Officer of Courtaulds plc and Acordis bv and Chief Executive Officer of Corsadi bv. Patrick is currently Chairman of Corsadii bv and Cordenka Investments bv, being the two remaining Acordis operating entities controlled by CVC Capital Partners. Gordon Campbell, the Company's Chairman, commented: "We are absolutely delighted that Patrick has joined the Board. I have no doubt that his thorough knowledge of the chemicals industry will add considerable value to the Board, given the importance of acetyls in Accsys's proprietary wood and wood fibre acetylation processes." The Company also confirms that Kevin Wood has resigned as a Non-Executive Director of the Board with effect from today's date. There is more to the announcement, but more is very often less, as we know.
damanko
18/11/2010
23:54
November 2010 ACCSYS TECHNOLOGIES PLC ("Accsys" or "the Company") Board Change Accsys is delighted to announce that Patrick Shanley has joined the Board of the Company as a Non-Executive Director with effect from today's date. Patrick has extensive board room experience in the chemicals sector, having previously been Chief Financial Officer of Courtaulds plc and Acordis bv and Chief Executive Officer of Corsadi bv. Patrick is currently Chairman of Corsadii bv and Cordenka Investments bv, being the two remaining Acordis operating entities controlled by CVC Capital Partners. Gordon Campbell, the Company's Chairman, commented: "We are absolutely delighted that Patrick has joined the Board. I have no doubt that his thorough knowledge of the chemicals industry will add considerable value to the Board, given the importance of acetyls in Accsys's proprietary wood and wood fibre acetylation processes." The Company also confirms that Kevin Wood has resigned as a Non-Executive Director of the Board with effect from today's date. Paul Clegg, the Company's Chief Executive Officer, commented: "We are extremely grateful to Kevin for his support since stepping down as Chief Finance Officer in April of this year. This has ensured an extremely smooth transition to our new CFO, Hans Pauli, who is now well established within the Group. I would like to thank Kevin once again for all his valued work during his tenure with the Company." The following disclosures are required regarding Mr Shanley's appointment pursuant to Schedule 2 paragraph (g) of the AIM Rules for Companies:
outsider
17/11/2010
19:18
Good question - again. I was looking forward to the reply. Still am, as it goes.....
damanko
17/11/2010
15:48
MH100 (Re: 1262) - any chance of a reply, please? (Perhaps the price was so out of line that its provoked this price fall?)
asmodeus
17/11/2010
15:01
10 November 2010 ACCSYS TECHNOLOGIES PLC ("Accsys" or "the Company") Further to the announcement of 21 October 2010 the Company confirms it has been, and continues to be, in close communication with Diamond Wood. The Company is pleased with the progress being made and a further announcement shall be made as and when appropriate. Ends Not happy with this announcement, given that Accsys & Diamond Wood have been in bed together for many years already. More smoke, and more mirrors, I feel ..
damanko
12/11/2010
08:26
Nothing but buys recently but price seems stuck.
outsider
11/11/2010
06:58
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.
outsider
11/11/2010
06:56
Useful info from the old thread: 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
outsider
10/11/2010
11:34
· One-off non-cash impairment charges relating to Diamond Wood totalling €35.5 million. from accounts,.....so that could have to be revalued.
outsider
10/11/2010
11:34
· One-off non-cash impairment charges relating to Diamond Wood totalling €35.5 million. from accounts,.....so that could have to be revalued.
outsider
10/11/2010
11:32
In light of the amended Licence Agreement, and having consulted its auditors, BDO LLP, the Board of Accsys announces that it considers the net amount of €25.5m receivable relating to Diamond Wood may not be recoverable and that it should, therefore, be provided for. This provision reflects the expected change to Diamond Wood's business plan in respect of both the timing and the total capacity of the plant that Diamond Wood may now build compared to previously expected. The provision will be charged through the statement of comprehensive income and will result in the Group recording a substantial impairment charge and a loss for the year ended 31 March 2010. It is emphasised that this write off will have no impact on the Company's cash resources. In addition, pending conclusion of Diamond Wood finalising its funding arrangements, the Company announces that a provision for the impairment of the entire balance of €10m will be recorded in the 31 March 2010 financial statements. In the event Diamond Wood completes the fund raising, the balance may be revalued.
outsider
10/11/2010
10:42
If I remember right Diamond wood is written down in the last accounts because of the uncertainty, and now it looks likely that they can add some value back to the balance sheet
outsider
05/11/2010
15:23
hey back in profit - go go!
tonsil
05/11/2010
12:29
Of course it's risky, but the Diamond Wood news is significan and has reduced the risk without doubt
outsider
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