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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Chamberlin Plc LSE:CMH London Ordinary Share GB0001870228 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 6.25 6.00 6.50 6.25 6.25 6.25 3,930 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 26.1 -2.3 -18.7 - 4

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/8/2017
17:36
http://www.4-traders.com/business-leaders/Thomas-Charlton-05JWKZ-E/biography/
gargoyle2
22/8/2017
15:37
There is a bio of him on bloomberg. Id link it bit the links don't work but you can google it. He is a longstanding investment management professional with an interest in investing in smaller companies
zoolook
22/8/2017
11:50
Still can not make my mind up about buying this one. Stockopedia stock rank only 43 Who is Thomas Charlton? Thanks
tiswas
02/8/2017
13:14
LolHahaha LOL !
my retirement fund
27/7/2017
13:13
Summer trading though, can't trust it.
paleje
27/7/2017
09:35
Momentum my friend, momentum
my retirement fund
27/7/2017
09:33
MRF, why? 3i had this to say about them the days after the AGM:- Chamberlin (CMH) Foundries operator Chamberlin published complicated full-year figures because of all the one-off and exceptional charges and the difficulty in matching the figures to the forecast in the market. Last year was always going to be one where the decks would be cleared to ensure a new year unencumbered by write-offs. This year, the turbo charger castings contracts that have already been announced will start to contribute. There are high barriers to entry and the weakening of sterling has provided an additional boost because the majority of sales are exported. The closure of the Leicester foundry enables Chamberlin to focus on its core activities and the business can ride the cyclical upturn. The new machining facility has opened in Walsall and production is building up. This makes Chamberlin the only fully integrated supplier of grey iron bearing housings in Europe. An underlying pre-tax profit of around £2 million is forecast for 2017-18, and profit could rise to £2.5 million the following year. Despite the large rise in the share price the 2017-18 prospective multiple is eight. Given the additional potential as demand builds up for turbo charger castings, and the investment in the machining facility pays back, this is a modest rating. Thomas Charlton has taken his stake above 3% and he obviously appreciates that the shares are undervalued.
paleje
27/7/2017
08:45
This got a pound tagged on it
my retirement fund
20/7/2017
21:28
The share is very thinly traded. Buys today 753 sells 2515.
redartbmud
20/7/2017
08:32
A muted response tho say the least - no trades!
croasdalelfc
20/7/2017
07:06
Excellent update, forecasts up to end of 2019 already well underpinned and winning new business now very welcome.Should see a decent tick up this morning but still looking cheap.
hastings
20/7/2017
06:49
" commences towards the end of 2019 and will replace an existing programme at Walsall for the same customer, which is coming to the end of its life cycle." Is there a gap between the two, or a tail off in the existing contract supply that will mean lower orders in the interim period? Anyone going to the AGM?
redartbmud
20/7/2017
06:24
Good AGM trading update today, with sales ahead of expectations and a solid start to the year. Plus the announcement of a €3.7m renewal contract going forward Https://www.investegate.co.uk/chamberlin-plc--cmh-/rns/agm-statement/201707200700055601L/ ""The Company has made a good start to the new financial year with sales in the first three months slightly ahead of management expectations. We have made additional investment at our new machining facility to support the increasing volumes and, accordingly, first half costs will reflect this. "I am also pleased to highlight a major new contract signed by our foundry operation in the period with an existing customer, a leading European supplier of components and parts to the automotive industry. Worth €3.7 million over its seven year term, the contract commences towards the end of 2019 and will replace an existing programme at Walsall for the same customer, which is coming to the end of its life cycle. The award underlines our technical expertise and high service standards as well as our strong customer relationships. "The Board looks forward to providing a further update on trading in due course."
rivaldo
18/7/2017
14:43
Surprising retrace, but this is a very illiquid stock and volumes have ben small with a few sells. An opportunity imho - particularly with the AGM statement coming on Thursday.
rivaldo
03/7/2017
16:47
Maybe get in touch with Hardman and ask them what they based the change on
zoolook
03/7/2017
15:31
zoo/red If you are both familiar with the company any chance you know of the reason for the big difference in the eps forecasts outlined above?
tiswas
30/6/2017
19:48
Agree. Nolan is the best Ops guy I've met, and I've met a few. Roberts is inscrutable which is not untypical of a good FD.
zoolook
30/6/2017
19:37
zoo Nolan is a real down to earth worker. Roberts is a bit insular, so harder to read. Nothing like the previous pair, and the results reflect that fact. Options Exercisable at 97,65p Nolan 362195 Roberts 237805 Exercisable at nil Nolan 207363 Roberts 142637.
redartbmud
30/6/2017
19:23
Re my response post 452 FWIW: "Didn't ask directly but Nolan isnt a stocks and shares man ie he is the exact opposite of the wheeler dealer spivvy type AIM CEO on-the-make if you know what I mean. Dave Roberts the same. This is Nolan's first listed company. I don't know their stakes but I wouldnt read anything into them not ploughing their own money in."
zoolook
30/6/2017
12:11
Another thing. Despite the rather old header to this thread the CEO does not appear to own any shares and the CFO just 5000. They do have options over 560k and 380k but I like to see management with some real skin in the game. Not paid badly either!
tiswas
29/6/2017
17:14
I'm told by research tree there was a revision in June so the lower figure is most recent/relevant. Not sure that helps much as it doesn't get to the reasonfor the adjustment but best guess is pension payments
rhomboid
29/6/2017
15:18
Well I am glad I am not going mad! It will be interesting to hear if you find out the reason, big difference!
tiswas
29/6/2017
15:01
Hmm the research tree version is different to the Hardman website one, it's a material difference so I'll query it
rhomboid
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