Alumasc Group Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Alumasc Group Plc LSE:ALU London Ordinary Share GB0000280353 ORD 12.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 167.50 281 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
165.00 170.00 167.50 167.50 167.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Misc Fabricated Metal Prods 97.20 -23.70 -65.60 - 60.52
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:04:41 O 100 166.50 GBX

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Posted at 18/4/2023 16:27 by tonytyke2
Hi basem1, just saw your post on the I3E board and coincidentally I bought into ALU today! I had been waiting for recent trading volumes to increase before I got in and they have. Stocko indicating 60% more volume in the last 10 days compared to the last 3 months. Hopefully my timing here will be ok, fingers crossed!Good luck with your investments.
Posted at 10/2/2023 13:18 by kalai1
The Alumasc Group plc posted Interims earlier in the week. Group revenues were up by 5% to £45.0m with organic growth and pricing offsetting significant export orders in the first half of the prior year. The underlying operating margin was 13.4% with underlying profit before tax of £5.6m, down a little from £6.3m a year ago. The dividend per share increased to 3.40p. The Board remains confident in the Group achieving its full year expectations, which would equate to roughly steady topline and a rebound in statutory profit. Valuation is attractive with forward PE around 6.5x top third for the Construction & Engineering market, dividend yield at 6.5% is ranked 2nd out of 13 names in the sector. Profitability ratios are high, the balance sheet is strong. But the share price lacks momentum and the macro environment is unhelpful for the sector. A little too soon to buy but well worth monitoring for the medium term...

...from WealthOracle


Posted at 26/1/2023 18:49 by dunns_river_falls
I see what you mean pvb. It was the 2010 thread I glanced at. I had just assumed there was little interest here so took the liberty of creating a new thread, mainly so I can view charts / news when I am on the move. Happy to add any bits to the header if anyone has anything pertinent to display. Same with charts - let me know if there are any that would be useful. I am hoping that ALU can repeat the run it had from late 2020. Otherwise if you would rather keep using the old thread there will be no hard feelings! ATB
Posted at 30/11/2022 08:01 by aishah
30 November 2022


("Alumasc" or the "Group")

International Contract Wins

Alumasc, the premium sustainable building products, systems, and solutions group, is pleased to announce that Gatic, part of the Group's Water Management division, has been awarded a number of new contracts in Asia, with an aggregate sales value of over £7.3 million.

Building on earlier successful projects in the region, these contracts are for the supply of Gatic access and drainage products across a number of projects for airports and seaports in Hong Kong, India, the Philippines and Singapore. The contracts are expected to be delivered over the next 12 to 24 months and further strengthen the Group's order book visibility.

Paul Hooper, Chief Executive of The Alumasc Group plc, said:

"These are excellent wins for Alumasc and demonstrate the global reputation of our Gatic products, as well as the significant ongoing opportunity for the Group to supply large international infrastructure projects. In 2022, overseas exports represented 15% of total Group sales and going forward, we see further opportunities to increase our market share in selected markets such as Asia."

Posted at 01/11/2022 16:42 by tole Group (LON:ALU) – back over 200p soon?The AGM Update from this premium sustainable building products, systems and solutions group reported that its first quarter year's trading had stayed robust after last year's strong performance.Both volumes and margins in its continuing operations have been strong, and ahead of the corresponding prior year period.It noted that transportation costs and material prices were stabilising, although exchange rates and energy prices have been volatile and could have the potential to impact costs further.The group has three business segments with strong positions and brands in their individual markets. The three segments are: Water Management; Building Envelope; and Housebuilding Products.Almost 80% of group sales are driven by building regulations and specifications (developers/housebuilders, architects and structural engineers) because of the performance characteristics offered.It was a 'satisfactory AGM Update' was the view of analyst David Buxton at brokers finnCap. He has maintained his 315p price objective.His estimates are for the current year to end June 2023 to reveal £91.0m (£89.4m) of sales and adjusted pre-tax profits of £11.3m (£12.7m), reducing earnings to 24.2p (28.2p) but paying a higher dividend of 10.3p (10.0p) per share.This company will remain one of my favourites, however my view is tempered by the still apparent tricking trading hassles.The shares at 150p are staging something of a price recovery, it would be good to see them back over the 200p level again very soon.
Posted at 06/9/2022 07:41 by aishah
Strong results and outlook:

Posted at 31/8/2022 08:20 by aishah
Bonkers Bargains: now yielding more than 7%

Despite problems securing supplies of key products from overseas and steep increases in global shipping costs, the UK building materials sector has been enjoying a boom period. However, the tumbling share prices over recent months of many companies in the sector suggests that markets watchers think recession and rising interest rates will bring a significant slowdown. Shares of this small AIM company have been particularly weak leaving its valuation looking compelling relative to sector peers. Find out more about this lowly rated and high yielding Bonkers Bargain here, including comment on the recently announced disposal.


Posted at 26/8/2022 09:24 by zangdook
As I read it, on resale the buyer has to pay ALU anything they receive over £1m, up to a maximum payment of £1m - ie ALU gets its full payment if the resale is for £2m or above.

"...£1,000,000 of deferred consideration, which is repayable from proceeds in excess of £1,000,000 arising from any subsequent disposal of Levolux by Rcapital."

Posted at 24/8/2022 15:09 by the diddymen
Thread looks a little thin! ALU has followed similar companies in a downwards trend. Interims indicated a solid year to Dec 21. As ever with companies with a legacy pension deficit they face the head winds of the economy plus an unsustainable pension model (unless you are the Government). Results on 6 Sept will be interesting. Earnings could look attractive but in the context of order book and the pension defecit; perception on the latter if no revaluation.
Posted at 09/2/2022 18:06 by tole Group (LON:ALU) – very undervalued, use this cheap-buying opportunityYesterday's announcement of its Interim results to end December last year, apparently disappointed investors.They took the shares down from 222.5p overnight to just 195p at the worst.That they closed last night at 217.5p.At the group's AGM last October the building products group had already warned that material prices were rising, as well as suffering supply shortages – so why was the reaction so bearish?I consider that it was overdone and that it gives investors an excellent buying opportunity to load up on an undervalued quality stock that offers an attractive 4.5% yield.The group's broker finnCap currently has a price objective of 315p on the shares, which they not only rate as a 'buy' but clearly predict significant medium-term upside potential.For the full year to end June their analyst David Buxton is estimating revenues of £97m, profits of £10.8m, earnings of 23.6p and a 10p dividend per share.The broker has compared the group's rating to a dozen other such companies in its sector. It shows a 'mean' price earnings ratio of 16.9 times – compared to the sub-9 times of Alumasc Group.Both the company and the broker expect a much stronger second half year, confirming that the group is well in line to meet current expectations.There was a fairly heavy dealing volume yesterday of almost 200,000, as against the daily average of 32,791 shares traded.I repeat that this fallback is an excellent piece of timing in taking stock out now.
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