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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
  -0.15 -2.51% 5.825 5.75 5.90 5.975 5.825 5.98 737,598 15:19:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 5.7 0.2 0.1 116.5 26

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09/5/2020
15:07
Talking about our lack of PR and the aim to keep everything at Byotrol a big secret, this release made me laugh. I know nothing about the company other than it makes/cleans and services deep fat fryers! Yet they manage to increase their MCap by a stonking £15M by rolling out a few vans and a team of people with sprays. The whole bloody team at Byotrol needs a kick up the backside. 07/05/2020 7:00am RNS Non-Regulatory TIDMFLTA Filta Group Holdings PLC 07 May 2020 07 May 2020 Filta Group Holdings plc ("Filta", the "Company" or the "Group") Launch of specialist COVID-19 sanitising service Filta Group Holdings PLC (AIM: FLTA), a provider of fryer management and other services to commercial kitchens, is pleased to announce the UK launch of FiltaShield, a new sanitising service to help businesses combat and prevent the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Working closely with industry experts and specialist chemical suppliers, Filta is extending its range of environmental services and deploying an approved, laboratory-tested Coronavirus sanitising solution, which is effective against all enveloped viruses, killing them within minutes. The anti-viral solution, which has been developed for use in restaurants, bars, shops, offices as well as healthcare facilities, is applied to a surface by spraying or fogging, leaving behind a mono-molecular layer that bonds to the surface and protects surfaces for up to 30 days. In addition, as part of its service to tackle Coronavirus and help businesses and public bodies adapt to new safety requirements, Filta has teamed up with a technology supplier to supply and manage temperature screening devices for its customers, which can screen up to 30 people per second for a fever. The devices, which are installed at the entrances of buildings, provide operators with a further preventive measure against the spread of Coronavirus. CEO of Filta Group, Jason Sayers said: "As companies look to open up again after the current lockdown, the safety of employees, visitors and clients will be a key focus. "We are proud to have developed this highly effective service in such a short period, and are now helping businesses and organisations make the necessary preparations to get back up and running as quickly as possible. "Filta has always sought to adapt to the needs of its customers, and has already seen a growing number of orders from existing clients, as well as interest from businesses outside of our traditional customer base of restaurants and hospitality. Whilst FiltaShield is currently only available in the UK, we will look to roll out this service in the U.S. and Europe in due course."
loafofbread
06/5/2020
17:52
Agreed, tradertev. I've already filtered him - purely for being a total idiot.
thecroots
06/5/2020
13:07
you can help him, yourself and the rest of us if you filter him. Just don't interact. Eventually he will get fed up and go away.
tradertrev
06/5/2020
12:29
Sickinthetech! Why are you always so angry? I thought we agreed to stop repeating the same points, it gets really dull for everyone. How can i help you?
rimau1
06/5/2020
12:28
@sick patience, I'm in no rush. If the stock doubles every 6months I'd be more than happy!
the ghost who walks
06/5/2020
11:27
can't expect fireworks here,BUT have mentioned it before, they seriously lack in the marketing dept!
abbynat
06/5/2020
10:38
The ghost "with news about the USA business." Would be good to hear something about US after all this time... Target Trial: Byotrol no longer listed on Target website. So after nearly 2 yrs of trial was announced, it wasn't extended beyond March, despite these times of huge demand due to Covid19. How much have they lost due to this trial? https://www.target.com/s?searchTerm=byotrol
sikhthetech
06/5/2020
10:11
A more than doubling in the share price has been great for my portfolio
the ghost who walks
06/5/2020
10:11
I do read it thanks. I'm very happy with the relating of the shares so far and expect more to come with news about the USA business.
the ghost who walks
06/5/2020
08:03
The ghost, "From 2p to 5p" Exactly...suggests to me that any potential from Covid-19 is already in the price.. They will be pumped and dumped from here.. Read the company newsflow..
sikhthetech
05/5/2020
20:48
Patience. The shares have increased from 2p to 5p. Personally quite happy with that.
the ghost who walks
05/5/2020
16:39
Agreed Huckle. If they cant make a decent go of it now, then sack the board and top management right away. I'm a holder here but they really need to pull their finger out here as there market now is huge and will be sustained for a long time.... I wouldn't even mind if it was bought out by someone that can really do something with it.
thecroots
05/5/2020
11:38
They need to employ a decent PR firm.
vanadiumx
05/5/2020
10:48
Dan, Good post. Both the company TU (March) and the company broker, Finncap, update was published ONE WEEK before fy end and on the SAME DAY as the lockdown became effective, 23rd March. "I thought that they'd have a big demand uplift in February and March" The TU of March 23rd clearly states: "We have seen a very substantial increase in demand for the full range of our infection prevention and control technologies over the last seven weeks, following broad recognition of the COVID-19 outbreak in Europe" https://byotrolplc.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/2020-03-20-General-TU-Final-pdf.pdf On the same day, 23rd March Finncap, their broker stated: "Also, a positive trading update, highlighting the demand for products in light of COVID-19, supports full-year forecasts, which could yet be bettered depending on the ability to fulfil the current £1.7m order book (c.5x normal levels). " Therefore, they clearly state there was a substantial increase in demand since beginning of Feb (last seven weeks). And their statement clearly shows the West was in fact worried!!! And Finncap's statement clearly states 'supports full year forecasts' and 'bettered' depending on the order book.. "Also, a positive trading update, highlighting the demand for products in light of COVID-19, supports full-year forecasts, which could yet be bettered depending on the ability to fulfil the current £1.7m order book (c.5x normal levels). " https://www.finncap.com/our-services/research Therefore, even ONE WEEK before the fy end, they were confident of at least forecasts being met and even bettered. Yet they failed - revenue, ebitda and cash forecasts. EBITDA - It's pointless stating they will beat 'positive' EBITDA, as stated in their interims - it's meaningless... Given the March 23rd TU was ONE WEEK before year end, they would likely have known that this so called 'material' deal is unlikely to close that week so I don't buy the argument that they were expecting it to close before year end.
sikhthetech
05/5/2020
09:34
Great post. I am also in Tristel but the risk reward isnt the same there as here. If Byotrol can get things right this time then the share price could be worth 10x it is now.. if it doesn't then that is probably it here. Last chance saloon?
huckle9
05/5/2020
08:42
Great post 1gw, fully agree. You have previously said that byot should provide underlying pre one offs and should have also quantified the delayed sale so that we could have had an apples vs apples performance to understand if it was an earnings miss or not. Matbe they need to hire someone with investor relations experience although had to justify as a micro cap!
rimau1
05/5/2020
08:37
Interesting posts all, i promised sickinthehead i would not repeat anything! Dan - couple of observations from me, big demand in Feb and March does not necessarily translate into sales without a time lag and lets face it in March i could still sit in a stadium with 65,000 including 8,000 madrid fly in’s, so the west was not so worried. Also if Byot had smashed expectations to FY20 you would not be able to buy at these levels. Tristel is proven high quality and you pay a premium as a result. Here you get what you pay for. If mgt deliver (on FY21 sales and US strategy) expect a similar rating to tristel. If not then sickinthehead will be proved right. Its all about FY21 not quarterly guidance (which there is no requirement or justification to provide) and i am invested on that basis. I hold tristel too and adjust my position here and there depending on price moves as they have a small inverse correlation which is nice to take advantage of.
rimau1
05/5/2020
08:11
I think the issue there is transparency and visibility again. They did only £2.2m in 1H. So £6m for the full year is a strong 2H performance in some respects and I talked to at least 1 investor who thought at interims stage that £6m for the full year looked very challenging. But what none of us knows is what was built into finnCap's £6m forecast and what was built into byotrol's assessment of the doability of that forecast. If byotrol were relying on the "material but delayed new license contract" closing by the end of March (and making a material contribution to FY20 revenue) then they may have felt comfortable with the £6m finnCap number even though they knew "organic" sales were going to fall short of that number. In terms of byotrol's own guidance to the market they were clearly focusing on the EBITDA number which they stated in the interims they were confident would be "positive". And again in their 23rd March TU they talked about exceeding this guidance i.e. "positive" EBITDA. So was £0.25m adjusted EBITDA a beat against an EBITDA "positive" guide? And you could even question whether they were expecting to count the £0.4m exceptional gain in their EBITDA (as opposed to adjusted EBITDA) outturn.
1gw
05/5/2020
07:46
Why would they? If the IP was as so attractive to third parties, this company would not have been independent for this long IMO. Has been around for ages. I struggle to buy Tristel at their valuation despite being an excellently run company, but struggling with BYOT again as I just don't trust them to deliver. I'm still a bit shocked that they didn't blow their last financial year out of the water as I thought that they'd have a big demand uplift in February and March and revenue would be more like £7m.
dan_the_epic
05/5/2020
07:40
Their is no doubt issues with the running of the companies accounting but what is not in doubt is the IP and I believe a predator in the US will make an approach or a partner like Tristel could well make an approach
best1467
05/5/2020
07:25
I've been in this stock with an in price of between 1.5 to 2.6p, took some profits around 6p but am thinking of topping back up here following the trading update. I believe the next big catalyst will be news on the us business; if we can sell that or get into a meaningful joint venture I would exp3ct a big share price response.
the ghost who walks
04/5/2020
20:40
rimau "You rinse and repeat the same half dozen points every day." Well, you have just REPEATED what you and the other other rampers have said several times before. So you're a hypocrite... The SAME 2 points, jam, jam... "we expect significant growth in FY21 revenue and ebita (v FY20)." They said the same thing only one week before the fy end, yet still missed the expectations.. Once bitten, twice shy, eh. "Almost all companies in H1 TU’s have pulled forward guidance, BYOT have not. " Byot have told you about firm orders to end of next month. Where's the forward guidance for Q2? A BB is better served when both bull and bear points are discussed... then at least readers can form their own opinion. After all it's their money...
sikhthetech
04/5/2020
19:59
Sickinthehead! You rinse and repeat the same half dozen points every day. Trading update - we expect significant growth in FY21 revenue and ebita (v FY20). That is full year to March 2021 forward guidance. Almost all companies in H1 TU’s have pulled forward guidance, BYOT have not. That shows confidence. They are experiencing exceptional demand that of course will likely slow down in this financial year but no-one can predict when demand will slow because it depends on the pandemic. As for SARS presenting a market opportunity the outbreak in 2003 was contained quickly and consequently only impacted parts of south east asia and canada. Sadly Covid is a very different beast and byot will be (correctly) judged on monetising hygiene demand with this disease. You are angry, why? let me help you.
rimau1
04/5/2020
18:26
Thecroots, "Literally got a huge market presented to them now and THEY MUST embrace it and pull their finger out." Exactly and that's what I've been saying... The TU shows that they're not, how can they not beat their pre-Covid19 expectations - the TU lacks clarity. It only shows visibility until end of next month!!! As you say you bought in 2005, you would know that both Byot and Tristel IPO was that year, you would also know how they have performed since.. The same point about having a huge market presented to them also existed in a decade ago with Swine flu pandamic and SARS... The company needs to provide clarity over their revenues and outlook. Why mention a 'material deal' without details, it raises more uncertainty. Read the company newsflow...
sikhthetech
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