Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Carclo Plc LSE:CAR London Ordinary Share GB0001751915 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 14.50p 14.00p 15.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 146.2 8.2 11.6 1.3 11.00

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/7/2019
21:48
hopeless deadleg management has been the issue for many years
meijiman
17/7/2019
21:26
looks more like 14p, it went quickly down to that level, company has been a disaster since the fine line tech went pop.. If the company survives there must be a buying opportunity soon, BOD need to make statement on future plans.
beeezzz
17/7/2019
13:21
Market cap £10M - Share price movement suggests CURRYPASTY correct - At a wild guess either calling in the liquidators or a massively discounted rights offer at say between 5p and 7p - Very painful - Any other guesses?
pugugly
17/7/2019
11:40
someone knows something!
currypasty
17/7/2019
11:35
Not looking good here...........
meijiman
16/7/2019
21:48
Yep it looks like it will be long haul, the older you get less time you have to recover losses.. You can only spend the rewards while alive.
beeezzz
04/7/2019
10:16
NOT INVESTED HERE, but once was - long ago. Contrary to Rivaldo's never-ending BUY recommendations, for years I've been saying that they should ditch LED and big up on TP. This latest announcement gives me some confidence that the company might survive, but it's going to be a long haul. Was the CFO the problem, or did she just give up on persuading the Chairman that the strategy was leading to the company's inevitable demise. Good luck! Lupo di Mare
poikka
04/7/2019
09:43
Very worrying statement.But another example where automototive demands can overwhelm even good companies.The swift departure of CFO would worry me if I was shareholder at AB,just how involved was CFO in strategy and its implementation.
charo
04/7/2019
08:32
rivaldo i think you are very much on the right track here. assuming they get rid of Wipac the EBIT should land at ca £8-10m with EBT of maybe £6m (net of pension top up). EPS should be 6-8p which given the good quality of the remaining businesses should b rewarded with a 12+ PER = 75-100P share price. we are not there yet and there are of course risks and uncertainties involved, however the risk/reward now looks rather tempting.
baner
04/7/2019
07:44
Yep, relative to most recent CAR RNS's this appears to be good news overall... - the banks are being supportive in deferring covenant tests - Aerospace and Technical Plastics Divisions are performing slightly ahead of expectations - takeover approaches for Wipac - 8.7m euros received for Wipac tooling to pay off suppliers, debt etc With Wipac incurring "significant" losses, the sooner this turnaround plan is implemented the better. If Wipac can be sold then all the better. What a farce this has become - and I note the CFO has jumped. Even more amazingly, she's found a great new job at ABDP. If Wipac can be disposed of, there may yet be a very profitable business to arise from the ashes.
rivaldo
04/7/2019
07:21
"a number of approaches from parties, both trade and financial, interested in the potential acquisition of Wipac" That has to offer a glimmer of hope surely? Not just Duroc then.
1gw
03/7/2019
21:38
This company should be investigated, shareholders are being shafted as usual..
beeezzz
18/6/2019
22:19
BEWARE of Carclo Plc’s Chairman MARK ROLLINS who is responsible for not only denying shareholders the takeover bid by Consort Medical but subsequently permanently destroying value by virtue of his passive and blissfully ignorant leadership. Mark Rollins has steered this group into inevitable insolvency. He is also the senior independent director of Tyman Plc - I hope the board there realises what a poor director he is and do not make the mistake to make him the successor to the current Chairman Martin Towers.
gordongekko4
18/6/2019
12:38
Hello you C0CKSUCKING NONCE ! Where's your other bummers ? Here's a tip for you, take that c0ck out your mouth before you speak next time you vile pikey CVNT :-) your a laughing stock
buriedpantsbt
11/6/2019
22:47
Company should come to the market with a credible credible business plan, whatever they have been doing is not working or are concentrating in the wrong areas. What has happened to the medical division where they invested millions in manufacturing facilities...
beeezzz
11/6/2019
14:54
Not forgotten but do you know the cost of closing an auto plant for days or hours or possible delay of launch or product recall. This can be in tens of millions.That is my concern especially if not contained in subsidiary entity. The disruption can cause cash drain very quickly. The poor management demonstrated to date suggests the problem overcame them and now panic appointing consultants and temp restructuring execs. I have no doubt that quick retrenchment and after a difficult rebuild sales circa £100 mill and pbt £7/8 mill are available.
charo
11/6/2019
14:33
charo i think you forget that C should be making more than £12m EBIDTA from the two other units - not a bad support for the problematic Wipac unit.
baner
11/6/2019
09:47
Surely board should have announced appointment of fti to advise on restructuring.An acknowledgement that they had lost control of operations.Auto customers whether OEM or first tier are ruthless when comes to protecting themselves. They rarely accept any responsibility for issues even when as a result of non measurable "non conformance" and continue to chase solutions to ridiculous lengths.Carlco management need to resolve these issues quickly before they are forced to administration to avoid insolvency.
charo
11/6/2019
09:10
without Wipac EPS would be 10p+. so could they get out of the middle market contract and then back to a profitable Wipac in addition to CTP and the aerospace business.........wow. that is, IF they could.
baner
11/6/2019
08:58
The management strategy here seems to be to make it up as they go along.
kemche
06/6/2019
20:48
I posted this in January, it was still over 50p then. owenski12 Jan '19 - 09:23 - 1117 of 1274 Edit For me the interesting potential was some time back when they were involved with touch screens. That turned out to be a dud and consumed a lot of time and energy. The bargepole moment came when they axed the divi over pension funding obligations. Until they reinstated the divi and thus showed healthy cash flow flowing back to investors, I simply wouldn't touch it. Finally, being that at heart this is actually a contract manufacturer and they cant seem to do their core offering I'd argue there is some kind of systemic incompetency within the BoD at CAR and until they are replaced with some industry experienced players it remains a bargepole stock.
owenski
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