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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% 86.90 85.20 88.00 - 0.00 09:04:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 83.6 1.3 1.8 47.6 143

Accsys Technologies Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/2/2011
16:12
With close today for those shareholders able to exercise open rights under fundraising, we should start to see rise over the next week.
ebomber
10/2/2011
17:15
Well hardwood is running out and the prices are going up constantly. We use Basswood and its gone up 17% since the new year. The trees are being cutdown youger and larger sections are getting scarce. There is a plentiful supply of softwood and as newsprint becomes less relevant, the prices will drop further for softwoods. Eventually this product will make sense financially. Just it doesn't today unless you are making a structure in semi submerged, then it competes well with jarrow, greeheart etc.
brightontrader
10/2/2011
14:01
Brightontrader, What makes you think the share might be of any interest ? Your posts give the impression that the company is simply stymied by an excessive cost of production.
tbow112
10/2/2011
11:09
I own CustomWest Shutters and buy about £5M of timber myself a year, trust me, thats very small beer, my business is not even the biggest shutter company here in the UK. Also, going from 40p to 20p thereabouts is an very odd 30% drop, more in tune with a 2:1 issue, ie:50% drop.
brightontrader
09/2/2011
17:07
The share price (following a 30% drop or thereabouts since the announcement) seems to have settled. As for the comparative price of Accoya, to quote from the 2010 interims: "Revenue from sales of Accoya® wood produced by our Arnhem plant increased by 81% to €6.5m in the first half of the year compared to the same six months in the previous year." That's about £5.5m worth of sales, so I guess some people think the price of Accoya is not too bad.
tsk 1
09/2/2011
15:43
So the price today 21p, is this the price after the rights issue or will go further down,ie: has the price dropped because thats what the shares will be worth effectively after the issue. I currently do not own any of these although have in the past and have been watching the price wondering if I should go back in for some.... (The product is very expensive compared with some cheaper hardwoods coming on stream from plantations in Indonesia that do almost the same thing, but half the price. White Teak springs to mind, currently used for MDF fibre but if left for a few more years makes a decent cheap hardwood 150mm square post.)
brightontrader
08/2/2011
20:08
Bale...or is it Bail?
horneblower
08/2/2011
18:49
What's the story now? 1 for every 2 rights issue at a price of 0.15 Euros - that's is one hell of a discount to the current price. Or should I say it was a hell of a discount, it's not much now. Should have sold a while ago. Any views on taking or not taking the rights?
jebenn1
08/2/2011
18:13
Taking up the placing has got to be worth it if your a longterm holder from 2007 like me :( even though I feel we have been shafted good and proper. I still do not see Acccoya filtering through to us small joiners some 4 years on. Its a good story & one day it may turn out good, but for now its in the bottom draw. Good luck all
spudders
04/2/2011
16:09
Market Approximately 3.6 billion m3 of round wood were harvested in 2007, of which 1.7 billion m3 was classified as industrial round wood (source: Forest Product Statistics 2003-2007, UNECE Trade and Timber Division). Approximately 431 million m3 of sawn wood was manufactured in 2007 (source: Forest Product Statistics 2003-2007, UNECE Trade and Timber Division). Using a conversion factor 0.6 m3 of sawn wood per m3 of round wood, some 0.718 billion m3 of industrial round wood was used for sawn wood. The remaining one billion m3 of industrial round wood is consumed in 220 million m3 of panel products, such as OSB and MDF, and engineered wood products with the balance going into pulp and paper. Of the 651 million m3 of panel products and sawn wood, Accoya® is expected to capture market share in those applications which require rot, insect and water resistance, ie primarily outdoor products. The Group is focused on the higher-value end of these application, where the dual qualities of durability and durability and dimensional stability offered by Accoya® are most highly valued. Key market segments include windows, doors, exterior plywood, veneers, recreational products (eg play-frames, decking and garden furniture) and cladding (known in the US as „siding‟). The Directors expect that over a five to ten year period a global licensing volume for Accoya® solid wood in the region of five million m3 is potentially achievable. Potential applications Major potential applications and product enhancements presently being researched or planned for future research by Accsys include the use of acetylated chips in the production of MDF or other engineered wood chip panels, improved fire-retardancy products, scented or coloured woods and composites (combining wood with plastics). Volume and margin potential for such products are unclear at present, but the Directors believe it could equal or even exceed that of solid wood applications.
ebomber
04/2/2011
14:53
Aim_Trader, At the present share price (23 Euros), the new market cap would be about £78m, or 92m Euros...or 823m Chinese Yuan Renminbi. In 5 year's time I might need a bigger calculator. I consider myself quite lucky as I sold my holding a couple of weeks ago (more through necessity than choice).
tsk 1
04/2/2011
12:04
Will you be leading a revolt of these peasants, Wat Typo?
ursus
04/2/2011
11:26
Not from the point of view of the peasant holder Lord Ursus. 25.6c will see them worse off and eating gruel. It's 1 for 2 for the plebs, not 1 for 1.
typo56
04/2/2011
10:38
Post placing price extrapolated from close at 36.5 yesterday is c25-6 p, is it not, Miss Jones? The placing helps to explain the sharp price drops in mid Jan, does it not.....some insiders didn't want to pay up....
ursus
04/2/2011
10:15
can anyone please advise me on what the market cap will be once these shares are placed?...
aim_trader
04/2/2011
10:10
Anybody see anything positive in the price. Been hovering over this one for a while and glad I held back, but with the placing and mngt changes is it worth a long term punt?
2vdm
04/2/2011
09:37
Yes, although I make the "parity price" from yesterday's close of 0.365 to be 0.2933, assuming holders take up their full offer entitlement. It would seem stupid not to as, unlike rights, I don't think you'll receive any payment on letting them lapse.
typo56
04/2/2011
08:54
Surely some if the price stays the same will take a profit on their alocation of circa 33%.
outsider
04/2/2011
08:49
Remember that a fall of 20% today is due to them being ex-offer today. ie, buyers today aren't entitled to the open offer shares @ €0.15.
typo56
04/2/2011
08:41
Amazingly, I sold last week just to reinvest elsewhere. Will re-invest now only when convinced that they are profitable, and not just hoping to be.
asmodeus
04/2/2011
08:05
im glad im on sidelines, got out a while back, will wait for opportunity if it arises.
outsider
04/2/2011
07:40
Half the company sold at less than half price. Current shareholders shafted. I am just glad that I decided to wait before investing.
this_is_me
26/1/2011
07:38
RNS Number : 0051A Accsys Technologies PLC 25 January 2011 AIM: AXS NYSE Euronext Amsterdam: AXS 25th January 2011 ACCSYS TECHNOLOGIES PLC ("Accsys" or "the Company") Licence Option Agreement Accsys, the environmental science and wood technology company, announces that Titan Wood Limited ("Titan Wood"), its wholly-owned subsidiary, has entered into a licence option agreement (the "Option Agreement") with a major multinational corporation in relation to the production and sale of Accoya(R) using Titan Wood's proprietary acetylation technology (the "Technology"). Under the Option Agreement, Titan Wood has granted an exclusive option to enter into a licence agreement, pursuant to which rights over the Technology may be granted in certain states within Europe. There can be no certainty that the parties will enter into any licence agreement and the detailed terms of any licence agreement, including payment of licence fees and royalties, are currently being negotiated, but yet to be agreed. Paul Clegg, Accsys CEO, commented: "As outlined in our recent Interim Results, we have been engaged in a number of discussions in relation to major licensing, fundraising and other strategic opportunities for some while. This Option Agreement represents an important step forward and we are excited about the opportunities that it presents. We shall continue to work extremely closely with this counterparty and very much hope we can agree full licensing terms in the near future. " Ends
ebomber
25/1/2011
16:52
Working in glass, I heard some very strong positive reviews on the product from those who have used and specified it, yet Accoya not really too well known yet from my own digging with the wooden frame manufacturers I deal with. Certainly premium end wood products is where things are still moving and good margins are maintained. PVC is savagely saturated as a market, and the snob value is definately back in high-end wood now. I'm quietly optimistic on this one, but still nervous. I've topped up a smallish holding on weakness last week. Lively day today is nice to see. Hope it maintains.
ginty14
25/1/2011
15:09
RNS today Is this a new dawn - or just another false start? I'm well down but holding in hope of a seemingly good product becoming comercial - at last!! Jon
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