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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
  0.00 0.0% 6.51 6.02 7.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 144.9 -14.7 -25.4 - 5

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16/3/2018
07:13
Good news: Https://www.med-technews.com/news/carclo-technical-plastics-opens-new-uk-facility/ "Carclo Technical Plastics opens new UK facility 14 March 2018 Carclo Technical Plastics (CTP) announces the official opening of its new manufacturing facility in Mitcham, Surrey. The new facility, which is based in Mitcham, Surrey, has invested in new manufacturing space, injection moulding machines, ancillaries and specialist staff support this and other projects. CTP has worked with BD Medical – Pharmaceutical Systems on the development and scale-up of its DV Vystra disposable pen. The new facility is intended for the manufacture of this product and was opened by councillor Stephen Alambritas and deputy mayor Judy Saunders from the London Borough of Merton. CTP’s UK managing director Patrick Ward stated “Carclo Technical Plastics is a specialist contract manufacturer of disposable diagnostic and drug delivery devices for the global medical industry. The Vystra ™ device underpins CTP’s continued growth within this sector.”
rivaldo
12/3/2018
10:51
Big trades this morning at 85p - one of 997,000 shares and another of 650,000 shares. Hopefully institutional holdings being sorted out/swapped.
rivaldo
05/3/2018
13:33
Lots of AT trade (institutional) buying in recent days in lots of 25k and 10k, with more today, is finally making its mark. Hopefully this bounce has a long way to go.
rivaldo
27/2/2018
21:31
yep, running my hotel in the caribbean, chilling out
denc
22/2/2018
15:06
Curry I think they all operate independently and on different individual product runs? (More generally the relationship between ginormous car companies and minor suppliers is more of concern to me, contracts can come at the expense of margins).
queeny2
22/2/2018
15:04
Good shout Rivaldo, I didn't see they made a second comment on LED a couple paras later.
queeny2
22/2/2018
14:46
queeny2, it seems to me insignificant what carclo pigeon hole the various contracts. Perhaps more important, and worrying is that a lot of wipac supercar/ premium/whatever brands (Lamborghin, Bently, Porche, etc etc) are all owned by VAG. Kick one, well could be awkward...
currypasty
22/2/2018
14:43
I do hope the directors weren't buying on different and better information than they announced the very same day. :)
queeny2
22/2/2018
14:39
Dontay, it seems clear to me. The trading update noted: "The LED Technologies business is still expected to grow significantly, moving forwards as the previously awarded mid-volume programmes commence production from 2019" So the delays have arisen in the supercar segment rather than the mid-volume (i.e "premium") segment, although CAR referring to the delayed programmes CAR state "It is still anticipated that Wipac will be successful in winning a number of these programmes". The unusually heavy director share buying indicates that the likelihood of CAR having received better news re the delayed programmes has increased somewhat.
rivaldo
22/2/2018
14:27
Dontay see above. Who knows!
queeny2
22/2/2018
14:26
Pug thank you. Unset the 'about' tab it's clear Wipac does premium carmakers, that's it.I think the answer is that supercar = wipac = supercar and that while they were doing fine H1 the lack of orders means H2 terrible and overall materially below.Perhaps there's some distinction between supercars and premium cars but I don't think that's what they mean in the statement that confused me.
queeny2
22/2/2018
14:05
Is it the case that at supercar level all continues to be fine and dandy for LED... but the hopes they had for the higher volume premium auto level are now falling apart?
dontay
21/2/2018
23:00
Interesting trades late today, with the share price breaking upwards out of the range it's been stuck in. Around 70,000 shares were bought in the last 10 minutes of trading. Hopefully the start of a decent bounce following the £140,000 or so of shares bought by the directors last month at around 84p.
rivaldo
21/2/2018
17:00
QUEENY2 - FYI - http://www.wipac.com/ Should help -
pugugly
21/2/2018
16:57
Oh I see. It performed well in H1 and even perhaps into H2 but then the brick wall of delayed orders appeared.
queeny2
21/2/2018
16:55
From the interim report"The Group's LED Technologies division is made up of our Wipac premium automotive lighting business, based in Buckingham, UK and our LED Optics and aftermarket business, based in Aylesbury UK."So I'm none the wiser.
queeny2
21/2/2018
11:29
Ignorant question I should know the answer to"Within LED Technologies, the Group's LED super car lighting business has performed as anticipated and new product launcheshave continued to be made on time. However, while the Wipac business has continued to operate well, delays in the award of threenew contracts are expected to materially reduce the division's profit for the current year. It is still anticipated that Wipac will besuccessful in winning a number of these programmes despite the uncertainty on timing."What is Wipac exactly? The supercar lighting is distinct, is Wipac all other car and other lighting? They are the two subsidiaries of LED? It's confusingly worded.
queeny2
14/2/2018
17:53
Well the fact that someone said it wouldn't clearly has conclusive statistical validity, so I must remember to sell anytime someone says something won't happen on one of my investments. Oh, looking back that leaves me with 100% cash instead of 3x what I had in 2010 :-((
yump
14/2/2018
16:11
You still going denc? Marvellous.
queeny2
14/2/2018
15:38
Was this the company was going to make fortunes with screen technology? Though i did tell you it wouldn't.
denc
05/2/2018
14:35
Last year's timetable was a January trading update (perhaps issued just to cleanse a shareholder presentation being given later that day) on January 30, then Y/E update on April 11th. So I wouldn't expect anything before April 11th, but I would expect something around then.Unless there's something materially different to the recent trading update, which would be difficult given that it was scattered with 'substantially below' and 'materially affected', if I was the company I would keep quiet until I knew exactly what I wanted to say.I've just noticed they bought another supplier last March, not big, but still. I hate it when people do that. Curry, you know they aren't allowed to pay dividends for the time being due to negative retained earnings in the relevant company, right? I was only observing that their words about corporate reorganisation and resuming dividends can be shelved for now.Have you looked at the pension fund deficit issue at all? I will again when I have time, see when the next triennial negotiation with the trustees is due.
queeny2
05/2/2018
14:16
Shambolic state of affairs at this company. I find it somewhat ironic that of the non-execs presided over a share price which went up several multiples -what he makes of this Lord only knows.
meijiman
05/2/2018
13:45
Interims for half year ending 30/9 were on 14/11 Finals for full year ending 31/03 I would guess will be release in June (6/6 last year) That gives 4 months to issue an update on those lagging orders and sales. It is difficult to predict if the directors will hold firm on price and risk losing orders completely or buckle and win orders on low margin. Investors watching the likes of Carillion would be nervous of contracts at any price. your points, Queeny are very valid. The dividend, imo, is pie in the sky. There is no way they can afford that, or should even consider it with that level of debt. I await an update RNS!
currypasty
02/2/2018
09:49
Currypasty and illis,Year end imminent, and following shock profit warning that usually means some balance sheet stuff, whether asset write downs, restructuring costs, that kind of thing, separate from my second shoe which was really profit related, although the strategic review of ctp's steady state margins could fall into both.The company has three pressures on balance sheet- they can't pay dividends, and that can only be worsened/extended?they have reasonable debt and facilities, so banks are a stakeholder, and restructuring, if needed, takes cashthe pension fund arrears, which I haven't looked at recently, usual three year timetable any views?
queeny2
30/1/2018
21:45
Companies that rely solely as a third party supplier is more vulnerable to downturns, rather than producing their own products to sell, ensuring they control the margins.
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