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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cambium Global Timberland Limited LSE:TREE London Ordinary Share JE00B1NNWQ21 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 6.75 6.00 7.50 6.75 6.75 6.75 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Forestry & Paper 0.0 -0.2 -1.1 - 5

Cambium Global Timberland Share Discussion Threads

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31/7/2007
12:14
wb, this one's gone to the dogs. Last Updated: Monday, 30 July 2007, 21:34 GMT 22:34 UK India eyes tree planting record In 2006, nearly a million trees were planted in a three-day event The Indian state of Uttar Pradesh is attempting to set a world record by planting 10 million trees in a single day on Tuesday. Officials say the plantings are designed to raise awareness of the need to protect the environment. In all, 10,266,736 saplings will be planted at 9,320 sites across Uttar Pradesh's 70 districts. The record stands at 852,587 trees, planted in 6,284 locations in Tamil Nadu state over three days in 2006. Farmers' help Forestry officials told the BBC's Ram Dutt Tripathi, in Lucknow, that the location of the sites would be recorded using GPS technology so the record can be independently verified. Many people have been contacting forest officials wanting to plant trees. Nearly half the trees will be planted by local farmers, officials said. The Guinness Book of Records told the BBC they had been notified of the world record attempt and were waiting for confirmation. "The forest department need to put together all their information," a spokeswoman said. "Once they send us their verification pack we can go through all the evidence and decide whether to accept the record." http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/6922896.stm
waldron
23/7/2007
22:05
based on timescale of previous deals, there could be another aquisition in the offing around 8 august. share price often moves up at this time. but not by very much.
bamboo2
25/6/2007
20:44
Cambium Global Timberland Ltd said it has acquired 21,853 acres of income producing timberland in East Texas for about 13 mln stg. The company said the property, which is a professionally managed diverse pine plantation that has a well-structured array of age classes, will fill about half of its target allocation for the North American region. The existing supply agreements with three distinct local mills will provide pricing and return stability, and assure the long-term viability of the asset, Cambium added.
cambium
23/6/2007
12:17
re; tree.l ive a small amount of these[1k] and have posted on iii site. not much info around. recent purchase of east texas forestry seems good value. timber prices are moving higher all the time according to a fencing supplier i use in my business. its worth looking into the carbon trading possibilities of this company, [try wikipedia] although i am not sure the kind of planting and management that this firm is involved with, satisfies the need for additionality. good luck.
bamboo2
18/6/2007
12:12
none stranger - 100
wild bill
15/6/2007
21:08
trust you are well,stranger.
waldron
15/6/2007
16:21
http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=13392385
wild bill
27/5/2007
19:58
nice one wb
grupo guitarlumber
24/5/2007
10:57
cash shell - surely you mean a hollow trunk
wild bill
18/5/2007
12:35
Highland Timber Highland to sell its forest assets for 9.9 mln stg, to become a cash shell co LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Highland Timber PLC agreed to sell its forest assets to FIM Timber Growth Fund IV for 9.9 mln stg cash, effectively divesting the company of all trading activities and making it a cash shell company. Chief executive Oliver Waring said the deal represents a reversal of the long term decline in asset values suffered by Highland shareholders since May 20 2005, when the board decided to cut losses and focus on shareholder value. Upon completion, Highland Timber will have cash balances of around 12.5 mln stg. The 9.9 mln stg sale price is a 67 pct premium to the net book value of Highland's forest assets as on Dec 31, 2006, the release said. TFN.newsdesk@thomson.com ssa/tsm/jlc
ariane
18/5/2007
12:35
Highland Timber Highland to sell its forest assets for 9.9 mln stg, to become a cash shell co LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Highland Timber PLC agreed to sell its forest assets to FIM Timber Growth Fund IV for 9.9 mln stg cash, effectively divesting the company of all trading activities and making it a cash shell company. Chief executive Oliver Waring said the deal represents a reversal of the long term decline in asset values suffered by Highland shareholders since May 20 2005, when the board decided to cut losses and focus on shareholder value. Upon completion, Highland Timber will have cash balances of around 12.5 mln stg. The 9.9 mln stg sale price is a 67 pct premium to the net book value of Highland's forest assets as on Dec 31, 2006, the release said. TFN.newsdesk@thomson.com ssa/tsm/jlc
ariane
08/5/2007
19:11
For what it's worth there doesn't appear to be a great deal of growth built in to the share price at the minute considering they valued at not much more than their NAV, therefore i would hope that there should be some growth in stall. I am looking to buy some at the moment, but i hate AIM stocks. Currently looking for direct exposure in timber and these appear to be the best at the minute, unless someone else has any timber tips??
pricemilne5
08/5/2007
15:22
Just brought some of these today - share price doesn't seem to move despite so many buys - what are people thoughts to where this is going?
chuckycheese
08/5/2007
08:49
The Directors of the Company wish to announce that the NAV as at 30 April 2007 was 97.31 pence per share.
cambium
07/5/2007
19:38
PS Nothing to do with my name Honest!
cambium
07/5/2007
19:37
http://www.cambiumfunds.com/ Cambium Global Timberland Limited will seek to invest primarily in forestry assets or operations which are or can be managed on an environmentally and socially sustainable basis. The Company will seek out opportunities to gain value from certification of its forest management systems, from the commercial development of environmental products and services, and from the reduction of risk by community engagement and workforce development. Investments may be managed for timber production, environmental credit production or both. The Company will not invest in processing facilities. The Company will be a long-term investor in the countries and regions in which it invests and will therefore strive to ensure good community relations. The Company aims to establish effective policies and procedures to ensure all its investments make a positive contribution to the regions in which they are operating. The Company will seek out opportunities for enhanced environmental performance and will actively seek commercial opportunities in emerging environmental markets. The Manager believes such developments can play a role in enhanced conservation efforts for forests in a regional context and can provide new and diversified sources of revenue to investments. Returns from timberland are influenced by three factors: (i) biological tree growth; (ii) timber price changes; and (iii) changes in the value of the underlying land asset. The Company aims to establish a portfolio comprising geographically diverse assets located both in mature markets and in developing markets where potentially higher returns may be generated but with commensurately higher risk. The Company will initially target investments in North and South America and the Asia-Pacific region (including Australia and New Zealand), but may invest in other regions on an opportunistic basis, as determined by the Manager with the approval of the Board. The Company's strategy is to achieve a balance between generating income and producing superior total returns to investors by establishing an optimised portfolio of timberland properties and timberland related investments diversified by location, age class and species. Different age classes of tree will provide harvestable timber over time and diversification by region and species will provide exposure to different growth rates and different market segments. The Manager believes that this approach will maximise returns and help to control volatility and risk exposure.
cambium
13/4/2007
18:02
i take it,that wood mean you're logging off for the weekend.
ariane
13/4/2007
09:08
timberrrrrrrr............
wild bill
13/4/2007
06:37
copse and robbers
ariane
13/4/2007
06:36
deforestation
ariane
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