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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Autins Group Plc LSE:AUTG London Ordinary Share GB00BD37ZH08 ORD GBP0.02
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 19.50 18.00 21.00 19.50 19.50 19.50 104,084 08:00:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Automobiles & Parts 21.5 -1.8 -4.4 - 8

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19/7/2020
21:25
I see the verified buyers reviews on Amazon have jumped to 167 from 138 in the last two weeks. The mask rating is 77% good (21%) or excellent (56%) with a three star rating of average of 12% This is very consistent as the number of reviews grows. Sponsored products related to the masks have only between 3 and 46 reviews by contrast. The neptune face mask for children has a 4.6 out of 5 rating and seems well recieved by the reviwers. Seems a lot of concern in reviews of other masks about the masks been made in China and poor quality. All very interesting if this Huaweigate escalates.
mach100
16/7/2020
15:27
So Autg did half a million worth of turnover on facemasks up to the time of Bojo making masks compulsory and couldn't at times keep up with demand. Reading the Aamzon reviews 8 out of the last 10 verified purchases gave Autins masks a five star review. So now almost 60% of purchasers motivated to rate give a five star review with 78% giving a four or five star rating. The total for average or above is 89% which is pretty good going. British made certainly seems a good USP and you can see it mentioned in some reviews. Many cheap masks come from China so if there is fallout from the Huawei spat then chinese imports may suffer. Of course by that time AUTG may have achieved certification or be very close to it but one thing for sure it will have a large addressable market. All this while the car market returns to a new normal after a lockdown. Germany is already at 80% having started before the UK. Things are nicely falling into place at Autins and no amount of masks will cover that fact up.
mach100
15/7/2020
11:23
Good interview on Proactive with the CEO putting even more flesh on the bones. Seems the flooring side in Germany is doing well gone from 4.5m Euro T/O to 6.3m after a 1.8m multi year contract. The PPE side will be scaled up massively with certification which I expect will be achieved by late September/ Early October. The compulsory wearing of facemasks announced yesterday by BJ means massive demand. 77% of ratings are 4 or 5 stars with the principle complaints lack of a bridge for glasses wearers which is something the design team could look at. The price is also an issue for some but if compulsory the market is less price sensitive and indeed might prefer quality to cheapness. I think AUTG is a breath of fresh air actually and I will continue to buy.
mach100
08/7/2020
10:59
Cavendish Asset Management have gone from 11.25% last November to 19.5% today. Even since Feb 20 through the Covid 19 crisis it has upped its holding by 2.3% of its share of the company. Seems unperturbed by the macro picture.
mach100
08/7/2020
09:43
Useful article and might explain increased customer satisfaction with the masks hxxps://www.med-technews.com/news/west-midlands-firms-join-up-to-supply-ppe-during-covid-19-pa/ Seems a good collaboration with a company that is an excellent fit. The partial outsourcing could help meet production targets. Also might give AUTG a better foothold in the facemask environment in the West Midlands and hopefully beyond.
mach100
08/7/2020
07:55
Clarity on CBIL with the terms and rates with what appears to me very favourable terms. A 7 million pound MCap with £3.05m of banking facilities available. The company were hopeful of being able to do 100,000 masks per week and had even in the early stages 120,000 of orders so with COV 19 likely to be around for some time and masks compulsory in transport and other areas demand is likely to continue. I just checked the most recent reviews on Amazon and 6 of the last seven were 5 stars out of 5 and one 4 stars out of 5. This was from 28 June to 6th July so as they rushed into production from good Friday they have clearly been able to modify issues like masks breaking. Today is a good stepping stone and tackled a major area of concern.
mach100
03/7/2020
12:46
wasp sales IN THE LAST TWO MONTHs have reached £.4m as per the results. Personally I don't know if this is the cumulative total or the run rate per month but it is not three months as you state. Net debt has actually remained constant since the placing in August last year. Actually my main fear is another placing in August to dilute and take advantage of a rising share price AUTG has doubled since its low of 8p on 8 April. We shall see if your fears are well founded but if their respirator is effective against Covid 19 and is approved then we should see a significant uprate as with all COv 19 shares these days.
mach100
03/7/2020
10:03
Mach 100 - automotive contract wins for future is great, but as JLR are the major customer (and struggling) how much is that likely to offset. Also remember that on an average 7 year model life cycle for automotive they'll be losing 1/7th of income each year as models change over or go end of life. Re Mask - 3 months sales at c.£0.4m just doesn't square with their alleged production volumes. Re Debt - most of their funding is short term Invoice Finance. The Overdraft only kicked in in 2019 when there was a huge profit warning and auto market stalled, so clearly was a short term emergency measure. CBILS may be longer term but not clear. MEIF looks longer term but again not certain. Need to see full year figures wiht all the term rates etc to be clear.
wasp8
03/7/2020
09:43
Thanks for your comments wasp. I think the company will ramp up mask production as it is a new area which they can expand into and can compensate for loss of trade elsewhere. I wouldn't pin too much on the importance of reviews given the limited UK based manufactured choice or the fact that they are compulsory for public transport etc so unless there is an alternative with no mixed reviews I doubt it will impact much. The results showed that they have reduced short-term debt facilities which would be more expensive and have more long term debt facilities in place. If there was imminent danger of being overwhelmed by debt I doubt they would be doing that. I think it is undervalued at this level and although there are debt concerns with risk comes reward.
mach100
02/7/2020
10:10
That mask is artisanal only and the production numbers are all a bit inconsistent - 100k per week, 1m per week etc. At that rate and at a selling price of c.£4 per mask (average over the period they've been making them) they'd be making £4m a week in sales. And if you read their Amazon reviews they're a bit mixed. Lots of spin in there and debt is high and increasing given COVID and CBILS. Also, why would it take nearly 4 months to sign off the term sheet with their UK Bank if it was a slam dunk?
wasp8
29/6/2020
21:01
PPE side looks to be going well and only get better. Flooring in Germany will also pick up. Gross margins up in a difficult environment. 9 new automotive contracts to underpin future revenue at £2.7m I particularly like the respirator and if it is effective for COV 19 patients we have seen what happens with other companies who are operating in that arena. All buys today including mine so hoping we have now turned a corner.
mach100
29/6/2020
12:03
Results were pretty poor once again and the outlook is also poor for the full year. Personally I wouldn't expect much life in the share price for a while. Net debt will also be going up again once they get that CBILS loan and burn through some of that.
arthur_lame_stocks
29/6/2020
08:32
Looks a good update but ignored by the market with just a small tick up on one trade. I think the market is missing a trick here and I will be adding.
mach100
10/6/2020
07:48
This company was struggling before the lockdown and must be really struggling now with car production falling off a cliff. I think the recovery in the share price presents an opportunity to get out before they need to raise new funds or even go broke.
arthur_lame_stocks
24/8/2019
02:39
I have trebled my holding at these levels - it's undoubtedly a bit of a gamble. However, I think that the solidity that the placing gives to the BS will help get customers over the line who might've been wavering because of AUTG's finances. Neptune is a game changer for AUTG I think, but management needs to prove it to the customers across the board. This will be a boom or 'same old' stock this time next year
terry topper
06/6/2019
07:33
CEO must be asleep at the wheel. That RNS is a car crash. I am only surprised the wheels haven't come off completely. I was going to build a position in Autins but I best steer clear unless the company can show it knows the road ahead. Terrible.
mach100
06/6/2019
07:33
Writings been on the wall for a quite a while with this one.
phowdo
06/6/2019
07:30
not impressive news today.........compare recent AGM Statement and you wonder what control - or not - the CEO has of his business.........
baner
11/3/2019
11:26
Wow...huge uptick on disproportionately small. Looking very healthy on that. f
fillipe
15/2/2019
14:18
Autins appears on the ADVFN Twitter channel https://twitter.com/advfn/status/1096412561866739712
shiv1986
15/1/2019
14:35
Yep. Replacement broker/nomad = last ditch emergency placing before the lights go out.
phowdo
15/1/2019
14:22
I wouldn't be surprised if this wasn't around next year, they're already struggling and new car sales appear to have fallen quite a lot recently. I suppose they might be lucky and get a rescue fundraising away but I wouldn't bet on it.
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