Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Anpario Plc LSE:ANP London Ordinary Share GB00B3NWT178 ORD 23P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -15.00 -2.86% 510.00 12,531 13:02:29
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
500.00 520.00 525.00 510.00 525.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 33.37 5.70 22.92 22.3 122
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:06:05 O 607 500.00 GBX

Anpario (ANP) Latest News

Anpario News

Date Time Source Headline
22/6/202211:24UKREGAnpario PLC AGM Statement
16/6/202218:00UKREGAnpario PLC Result of AGM
16/6/202216:08ALNCIN BRIEF: Anpario warns "challenging" sales environment will persist
16/6/202207:00UKREGAnpario PLC AGM Statement
27/5/202212:56UKREGAnpario PLC Holding(s) in Company
24/5/202213:10UKREGAnpario PLC Holding(s) in Company
11/5/202207:02UKREGAnpario PLC Notice of AGM
10/5/202215:55UKREGAnpario PLC Holding(s) in Company
05/5/202215:18UKREGAnpario PLC Holding(s) in Company
04/5/202213:14UKREGAnpario PLC Total Voting Rights
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Anpario (ANP) Discussions and Chat

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Anpario Daily Update: Anpario Plc is listed in the Food Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ANP. The last closing price for Anpario was 525p.
Anpario Plc has a 4 week average price of 510p and a 12 week average price of 510p.
The 1 year high share price is 715p while the 1 year low share price is currently 457.50p.
There are currently 23,840,231 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 12,382 shares. The market capitalisation of Anpario Plc is £121,585,178.10.
cfro: Like you i too hold Treatt and along with this one are two of my larger positions. The selling here from ordinary pi's (and in general) in past recent days seem almost non-existent, so i am hoping the price will hold firm. Like Treatt, Anpario is very much a long term growth story and needs to be viewed as such. There is not much we can do about the cost inflation where, as i posted above, is affecting nearly every single company in some form or other. Best to be optimistic on this as eventually these costs will get absorbed and inflation, i hope, should fall back at some point in the future.
cfro: All to be expected, so no surprise that they are saying high logistics and animal feed costs will impact margins (it has already been hinted at in previous communication). That is just inline with many other dozens of suffering companies at the moment im afraid. The main important point for me is they still managed to increase sales and pass on price increases. Its the long term story here that investors should focus on.
igoe104: Canaccord have issued a buy note, with a £8 target price...
vprt: Agreed. BTW, on your "some ongoing" point above, I expect they are having, or have had, a look at CARR's (Carr's Group Plc) specialty agricultural division - and/or selected product lines. Quite sizeable, and perhaps a bit "beefy" wrt sustainability (methane), but interesting. No idea if the products would appeal (and I have no inside info). Look at the Edison report on Carr's website - where ANP is listed as a comparable - if you want to join me in speculating about this. Any views? Worth watching out for Carr's interims - presumably with an update on their strategic review - on 20 April.
km18: Anpario plc encompasses divisions producing and distributing natural feed additives for animal health, hygiene and nutrition. As a result, the firm is segmented into two business regions: UK and Eire, where natural feed additive products are effectively manufactured to agricultural markets. Consequently, it implies that this plausible and enriching initiative enabled the firm to derive competitive advantage since Anpario’ s natural feed additive products for animal health, hygiene and nutrition are intuitively aimed at a niche market. Given the growing demand for the firm’s products, revenue hiked 9% to £33.4m and thereby profit before tax leapt to £5.7m in 2021, leading to a Basic Earnings per shares rally of 11% to 22.92p from 20.63p in 2020. Given the attractive profitability, the firm’s EV/EBITDA soared to 15.14, signifying that the firm captured intrinsic value. Subsequently, Anpario’s P/FCF stood at 37.3, meaning that operating, investing, and financing activities are efficiently funded, hence the firm adopted a conservative working capital policy to continue as a going concern. Despite the robust financial prospects, the firm’s stock price is undervalued, illustrated by its low P/E ratio of 22.4x, which is below the consumer staples P/E ratio of 27.31x, hence it is cheaply available for investors to buy the stock. Therefore, Anpario is trading at a discount with respect to its peers and is likely to surge in value since its P/B stands at 3x. Keep up to date with WealthOracle AM
nivison: Not sure whether this drop is linked to the trade volume or just part of the overall market reaction to the general bewildering nightmare that is unfolding in Ukraine. Looking at the last full report about £3.5 million of revenue came from continental Europe as a whole. So just over 10% of total revenue. This wasn't broken down into countries as the report states that sales per country are not large enough to be material. That 10 % is spread over approx 30 countries. Sales were increasing in Belarus and Russia (double digit percentages) but seemingly from a very low base as far as I can tell. There are no wholly owned subsidiaries in the directly war affected countries with sales in the region presumably dealt with via the Turkey office. So I think that Anparios direct exposure to the appalling developments is thankfully very limited at the moment. The uncertainty surrounding what on earth is going to happen next is the problem I think. Whatever happens to the share price these are trifling concerns when compared to the worries of Ukrainian population.
cerrito: I have made a very modest top up/. I see that in 3 of the last 5 trading days volume has been in excess of 20k . I do not have access to historical trading volumes of ANP but strikes me as heaver trading than normal.
cerrito: I have just located a Canaccord Jan 6th note on ANP where they have their estimate of 2021 adjusted PBT at £5.4m the same as 2020 but no idea of course if tis is what ANP regard as market expectations.
igoe104: Encouraging update, they seem to be navigating the global issues fairly well. And they also said shipping costs are improving, so ANP should improve as the year goes on.
aringadingding: Hi all I'm new to the thread but have held this for about a year. I am pretty spooked by both Karen stepping back and the CEO selling over half his stake. Anyone have any views or knowledge on why Karen is stepping back? Below are calcs how how much additional value the CEO would gets for an exit at 800p in 5 years versus 550p, based on shareholdings in 31 Dec 2019 Annual Report: EMIs: At a share price of 550p I make the value of options held £443k. If the share price was to rise to 800p they would be worth £765k. So a difference of £322k. JSOP: CEO 'owns' 1.35m of shares under the JSOP. We are not told the initial market values in the annual report. If the price went from 550p to 800p over 5 years the cost including 4.5% rolled up over 5 years is 685p/shre. Profit is 800-685=115p/shre. 1.35m x 1.15 = £1.55m. (Actually I'm not sure whether the employee is required to purchase these shares when they are issued, and subsequently held by the JSOP, but anyway that's a detail.) Simple shareholding: 88k of shres (as per RNS yesterday not 2019). So £220k of upside between 550p and 800p/shre. Total: 0.322 + 1.55 + 0.22 = £2.092m It's not bad but not amazing either - ? If the company gets acquired he stops getting his salary. Maybe he could time it with his retirement. I do appreciate that with his sale now he may want to e.g. buy a house - thus making him happier to go to work to build company value! With regards to share price valuation and PEG ratio: If one was happy to buy a company on a PE of 16x with 7% EPS growth that is PEG of 2.3x. For Anpario if PE is 27x (=550/20) and growth was 18% (total guess) then that is 1.5x so quite a lot lower actually. So in summary valuation is ok for a growth company but I'm not sure management incentivisation is enough.
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