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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% 95.70 92.80 95.40 - 0.00 13:21:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 83.6 1.3 1.8 52.2 157

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18/9/2020
08:48
This is one of only a small number of my shares which is progressing well.
jadeticl3
18/9/2020
07:39
Everything almost back to normal now. The sooner this daft 'social distancing' comes to an end the better.
this_is_me
23/6/2020
07:45
Great results. Prospects starting to be realised and problems caused by the reaction to the virus should only be very temporary.
this_is_me
06/2/2020
15:07
Macron orders more wood to be used in French buildings: hxxps://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/macron-use-more-wood-in-our-buildings-wmlrf2f3g
bobdouthwaite
06/1/2020
09:12
I'm still waiting for my new share certs and a cheque for any returned funds and I'm on the shareholders register with no brokers involved. I presume its because of Christmas etc. with no one to print the certs & sign the cheques.
irenekent
03/1/2020
18:22
The registrar is responsible for returning money to your stockbroker within 10 business days. In fact the money was received by my broker, Charles Stanley, this morning and my CREST account is now up to date with the shares and returned cash. The FX rate used was 1.1656 Euro per GBP. Those of you who do not actually own the shares (because they are legally owned by a nominee account) and whose names do not appear on the share register like mine does, may have to wait until the broker sorts it all out, hopefully by allocating the correct number of shares and correct amount of refund to everyone.
this_is_me
03/1/2020
16:49
I asked Selftrade to buy extra shares for me, and the money went from my account. However, as yet I have no idea how many shares they were able to buy. I have asked them, but they don’t know yet!! Does anyone know what is happening?
jadeticl3
03/1/2020
13:53
I'm still waiting for AJ Bell to sort this out...I assume the excess was pro rata due to the over subscription but they are still doing the Hokey Cokey with my holding so we still await the final outcome!But yeah I took the opp. to add a good chunk as I seriously liked the size of the raise and the plans for it. So far the market seems to be agreeing!!
ryesloan
02/1/2020
18:14
It looks like taking up the maximum I could in the open offer was a great idea.
this_is_me
02/1/2020
18:14
It looks like taking up the maximum I could in the open offer was a great idea.
this_is_me
24/12/2019
16:03
Show me another company as undervalued as this ?Already running at full capacity, funded for growth, with a loyal customer base and significant backlog and own IP. Already generating fantastic revenue.Smack down, slam dunk. A little Christmas cheer but what prospects we have.
hatfullofsky
24/12/2019
10:05
Agree with that. With the huge fund raise now complete we should see a steady climb from here. A clear path to increasing revenues and increasing margins has been laid out.We have excellent partners (who I have no doubt are fully committed to Hull) and an excellent product. Allied to a strengthened management team I took up my open offer and looking forward to a long climb from here!!
ryesloan
23/12/2019
10:17
They can't make enough of the stuff to meet demand. The profit projections are very big and look realistic, something that the other partners will know all the detail on.. You are likely to miss out if you don't take at least a small risk on a small initial investment.
this_is_me
13/12/2019
06:49
The £ is up the cost of the open offer is down.
this_is_me
06/12/2019
21:19
Aye, doesn't make Engie Fabricom look good. The construction plan was found wanting as the foundations couldn't support the building and we're footing the bill. Poor site selection? Inadequate ground survey? Who knows. Maybe that's why Clegg is out. Glad to see him go anyway.
gwr7
06/12/2019
15:57
Whoops - This extensive project is due to be completed in Spring 2019
hatfullofsky
06/12/2019
15:55
Barc had the option and then removed it. Will enable again at a GBX rate
hatfullofsky
05/12/2019
22:12
It is all in the prospectus. if you have your shares in CREST or a share certificate you should have got one; if you don't really own the shares (i.e. they are in a nominee account) you will not have got one.
this_is_me
05/12/2019
21:21
Are we being allowed to buy shares at reduced price or what? I dont u derstand what is happening?
jadeticl3
04/12/2019
17:51
I've just had a read of the prospectus. I thought it was useful. I wondered who was building the Hull plant. "Engie Fabricom is delighted to announce that they have been appointed as the main Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contractor by Tricoya Ventures UK Limited, a subsidiary of chemical technology group Accsys Technologies, for the delivery of a new, innovative Tricoya┬« wood chip acetylation plant at Saltend, Hull. ENGIE Fabricom is delivering the design and build of this pioneering new facility. This exciting project is the first of its kind in the world and will deliver a significant £58 million approximate overall investment into the Hull and Humber region, as the city celebrates its year in the spotlight, having being awarded the UK City of Culture for 2017. Utilising all of the Company’s expertise and skill sets, a project team encompassing process, procurement, mechanical, electrical, control and instrumentation, piping and civil discipline engineers, based at ENGIE Fabricom’s Immingham facility, have already started initial works with site establishment now complete and the site being de-watered and levelled. A Front End Engineering and Design (FEED) verification has already been completed with the detailed design and engineering stages currently underway. The project team are now on site at Saltend, creating up to 130 local jobs throughout the construction of the plant. ENGIE Fabricom will primarily self-perform the project, encompassing all stages of the development from engineering and design, procurement of the plant’s main equipment, through to the construction, testing and commissioning. Local construction company Clugston has been appointed by ENGIE Fabricom to provide collaborative support and undertake the civil engineering aspect of the project. The ground was officially broken at the site in July 2017, with the ceremony attended by representitives from the Tricoya Consortium (which includes Accsys, BP and Medite), ENGIE Fabricom, Hull City Council, South West Holderness Ward and the local team of Tricoya Ventures UK Limited. This extensive project is due to be completed in Spring 2019 and once operational, the plant will create approximately 30 full time jobs. ENGIE Fabricom in the Netherlands is also currently progressing with the expansion of Accsys Technologies’ Accoya┬« plant in Arnhem. Wichard Huigen, Chief Executive Officer of ENGIE Fabricom, said: “We are delighted to secure this major contract which allows ENGIE Fabricom to demonstrate our expertise and experience in both engineering and construction projects. This is a significant step forward for us and will in turn enable us to further develop our EPC capabilities. “This development provides a substantial boost to the region and ENGIE Fabricom is thrilled to be part of this major investment. The project will have a positive effect in regards to job creation throughout the build, and as such we have already strengthened our resource pool of highly respected and talented engineers. We look forward to continuing our relationship with the Tricoya team and to further establishing ourselves as the partner of choice within the EPC market.”
columbarius
29/11/2019
14:54
Looks like lots of PI interest and a couple of 50k buys gone through today. Small volume in the scheme of things. Med Term hold waiting for positive news from Hull in 9 monthsFully funded now
hatfullofsky
28/11/2019
14:14
Totally agree on game changer. Now we can capitalise on our advantage. Rare for share price to increase dramatically when a Fund Raise is announced very good that it's only a 10% discount and fully underwritten
hatfullofsky
28/11/2019
09:00
Not sure you can rise this amount with a rights offer. The open offer to existing shareholders seems acceptable but the real story here is a substantial, underwritten fund raise that will facilitate huge growth and margin expansion. Very happy with today's announcement and no surprise that the price has gone up on it as it's a real game changer for the company.
ryesloan
28/11/2019
08:25
New CEO is accelerating progress in Hull and Arnhem. Delays in Hull meant extra costs and there are £7.5m of loans to repay this FY. Placing was always going to happen. Surprised by the muted reaction. Was hoping for a dip to 90p had a BO in at 92p but bit the bullet and took first position at 98p
hatfullofsky
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