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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Byotrol Plc LSE:BYOT London Ordinary Share GB00B0999995 ORDS 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.24 3.9% 6.40 6.30 6.50 6.40 6.16 6.16 599,219 09:38:49
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 6.1 -0.0 0.1 80.0 29

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/2/2020
16:23
There are lots of alcohol free hand sanitisers. That is not the usp
brownson
13/2/2020
15:54
late trades will prob be reported tomorrow ... take 3 p out ... 5 p cometh
kcowe
13/2/2020
15:33
I would guess the continued price strength in the face of (apparently) smallish buys and (apparently) biggish sells means there might be a fairly big buy order in?
1gw
13/2/2020
14:23
sky is the limit..
kcowe
13/2/2020
14:21
Kcowe Not just the Uk either. This a is a global pandemic. More contagious than flu and 20 to 30 times more deadly than flu. 0.1 % death rate for flu. 2 % to 3 % death rate for Coronavirus.
jev1
13/2/2020
14:17
giving ... 8hours on hands protection,,,,, and 24 hour protection on solid surfaces nothing else competes .It will become a must have in all hospitals going forward if a true epidemic takes hold in uk.
kcowe
13/2/2020
14:12
Brownson 'Boots quoting two weeks to restock'. That's no time at all. They're forecasting 18 months for this Pandemic to run. On top of that, once the product is introduced to a household or organisation, it will automatically be reordered, to be on the safe side, for prevention. They're already highlighting how this Coronavirus will keep re-emerging due to the fact that it's so highly contagious. There's nothing else out there that's alcohol free (so it doesn't dry out the skin) as a hand gel/foam, etc.
jev1
13/2/2020
14:08
must be a buyer of stock , mms bidding have for stock all day . taking alot of sells .
kcowe
13/2/2020
13:55
150 posts to go stt ....that's about 21 sleeps ...bless
slicethepie
13/2/2020
13:38
Brownson, good post... exactly... It's now 6-7 weeks since Covid-19 outbreak was initially announced... "Boots quoting 2 weeks to restock" Too long..
sikhthetech
13/2/2020
13:35
That's the point, nobody actually knows... It's all hope... There was a spike in sales after the previous outbreak around a decade ago... Byot saw a spike in sales but then what.. Where were all the companies scrambling for Byot products.. 20+ hospitals after a decade... It's not as if the NHS weren't expecting new outbreaks over the past 10 yrs, is it? Why did Tescos contractor walk away after MANY YEARS? Why, after 18months of trial, haven't Target rolled out Byot to all their stores??
sikhthetech
13/2/2020
13:33
There is a massive opportunity to increase sales at the moment. No doubt some advertising would increase demand. They would be pushing at an open door but i doubt they could supply the demand so it might backfire in terms of customer satisfaction and end up effectively producing demand for others. Its a cleft stick. Unless you carry excess stock you need to be able to crank up production fast. Boots quoting 2 weeks to restock
brownson
13/2/2020
13:30
Good post jevl... Just as I see the situation .
kcowe
13/2/2020
13:26
Sikh How do you know they're not already in the process of doing that ? You sound bitter and twisted about BYOT, so regardless of the obvious positive relating to having unique products that are now urgently needed, it's obvious you'll attempt a negative spin. Quite boring really. Equally, with demand so high, and the pandemic continuing at pace, the new orders in with BYOT will be enormous in comparison to previous volumes. Good news for BYOT. This pandemic is not going away in the near future.
jev1
13/2/2020
13:13
Jev, The same as Boots sold out for last 10 days.... so loss of 'potential' customers... How do you know customers buying Invirtu are doing so as other similar products weren't available??? Byot need to re-stock asap and they are failing with Boots 200ml bottles.. Whether a product is a good seller depends on repeated sales not initial sales.
sikhthetech
13/2/2020
13:10
There's plenty of 'hope' there....How many new hospital contracts have they signed... Given they've been listed 15yrs and in that time have around 20 hospitals that they supply to.. They were also 'close' to signing a 2nd retailer in US but they walked away...
sikhthetech
13/2/2020
13:09
The interest here, surely, is Invirtu, an alcohol free hand sanitiser that kills the Coronavirus, amongst other virus strains and also bacterias. If you look online, many are stating 'out of stock', which indicates high demand and given the current emerging pandemic, that's hardly a surprise.
jev1
13/2/2020
13:04
No they've actually done those deals stt. No "hope" there. They have announced the deal with SC Johnson and have bought Medimark.
1gw
13/2/2020
13:00
Yes, again HOPE, isn't it, 1gw!! Will they gain any contracts before the 'hope' based on Covid-19 outbreak dies down? You seem to forget that they only have around 20 hospitals...and the company has been listed for 15yrs... "which as I understand it already has the infrastructure - the dispensers - in place in a lot of hospitals" Another reason for you not to sell anytime soon then, isn't it... the potential must be huge, so why sell???.. £13m based on 'hope'
sikhthetech
13/2/2020
12:53
Increasing sales into hospitals (and more widely, the professional segment) is one of the reasons they've done the deal with SC Johnson (which as I understand it already has the infrastructure - the dispensers - in place in a lot of hospitals) and bought a sales & marketing team (in Medimark) with a good track record of sales into the professional segment. "Invirtu, our alcohol-free hand sanitiser, has excellent brand potential and its sales continue to increase year on year: SC Johnson Professional has now launched our products under their brand in UK and Irish hospitals and we are very excited about the potential of this relationship. " hTtps://byotrolplc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/2019-Interim-Results.pdf
1gw
13/2/2020
12:40
They supply Invirtu hand sanitiser in 'over 20' hospitals...so probably not many over '20'... That's hardly ground breaking, given they have been listed for 15yrs... The 'hope' is that they might gain more contracts... "Invirtu alcohol-free hand sanitiser increased across all Professional customers. At year end our products were in over 20 UK NHS hospitals, including 2 total conversions from suppliers of alcohol-based products." https://byotrolplc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Byotrol-Annual-Report-FY-2018-19.pdf
sikhthetech
13/2/2020
12:18
In fairness Stt has made valid points, always good to have a balanced view. Much more positive on TLY, which I agree with. Just feel this more likely to shoot up short term...only a view.
elited10
13/2/2020
11:59
No doubt sikh is still complaining .. lol . price up 35% since last week .. just about to break out propper .
kcowe
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