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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
  -0.95 -6.91% 12.80 12.00 13.50 14.25 12.50 13.75 1,128,350 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 26.1 -2.3 -18.7 - 9

Chamberlin Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/12/2018
10:23
I said some time ago that I thought they could sell this business to fix the balance sheet. It looks like a good price and now hopefully they can restore the foundries to health and shareholders can finally look forward to a decent return on their investment.
arthur_lame_stocks
20/12/2018
10:19
Yes just checked as you rightly say there’s that other little lighting company. But makes only 200k so not sure how that’s quite that valuable. Good that shareholders didn’t have to put up cash if they believe in several things :1) foundries can make a decent return 2) they can cover the 1m or so Plc central costs on their own - tough based on past performance 2)can also cover the pension deficit 3)there’s a good future in turbos v electric ??? Biggest current beneficiary of this is the bank and pension fund - longer term maybe the shareholders...... maybe. For existing holders probably a good time to bail out and find more attractive sectors without pension issues.
2realist
20/12/2018
09:41
2realist you're overlooking the value of Petrel, the specialty lighting business which is worth £5-10 million. Once Walsall is humming it should make £2 million a year from turbocharger casings. The value investors here will be happy they didn't have to find the money for a fund-raising to strengthen the balance sheet.
danny baker
20/12/2018
07:37
Chamberlin plc (AIM: CMH) announces that it has completed the sale of Exidor Limited ("Exidor") to ASSA ABLOY Limited ("ASSA ABLOY"), for a total enterprise value of GBP10m with the consideration to be paid in cash.
pherrom
05/12/2018
15:22
For the half year numbers to 30 September think the rules say they have 3 months to release them - and so, as long as they publish by 31 December they’ve met their obligations under Aim.
2realist
05/12/2018
14:03
Where are the half-year results? Any connection with the change in Financial Director?
pherrom
21/5/2018
21:29
Looks as if Miton's Diverse Income Trust merely crossed their large holding to their smaller company fund. If so, then MRF is spot on in suggesting that "income" from Chamberlin is some way off.
coolen
21/5/2018
16:14
Hmm the diverse income fund. Well they certainly must be diverse to imagine some sort of income from Chamberlain, radically diverse!
my retirement fund
09/5/2018
07:33
Thanks coolen. Hoping for a predator myself :)
gargoyle2
08/5/2018
23:39
Gargoyle, excellent spot of yours. Yes, must be Miton selling. At first glance, the likely buyer would be one of the top existing holders, viz. the various Chelverton trusts or long term supporter of Chamberlin, Simon Knott at Right & Issues Investment Trust. But a purchase would take Mr Knott's fund to 30%, which is not allowed. And it is a rather large purchase for Chelverton. Almost certainly not Quilter or Barclays Wealth. That leaves the Henderson funds or, perhaps, a predator.
coolen
08/5/2018
18:44
Over a million shares traded today... nearly 13% of the shares in issue.. The 990,471 share trade looks like it might be Miton Capital Partners selling out. Same number that they have.
gargoyle2
20/4/2018
09:17
Well I truly mistimed selling last tranche. Consoling myself that I broke even overall thanks to sales at 150p which went into VLE. All fallacious self affirming nonsense I know. Pah
zoolook
14/4/2018
15:52
Just been taking a quick look at the figures. EBIT in the first half appears to have been -£432. The full year figure is approx £400k so I make that roughly £800k EBIT in the second half. That's a huge improvement and if things are expected to get even better going forward then I guess you could make a case for an investment here, but other than that with all that debt I can't see the point in buying the shares.
arthur_lame_stocks
13/4/2018
08:57
Fully out now. They could do well and truly hope they do but too many risks for me.
zoolook
12/4/2018
22:55
so are they still drowning in debt here ?
kreature
07/2/2018
20:56
My naibour says hes been involved with some electron beam printing thing that they are using to make amongst other complicated objects turbo chargers.He reckons this is basically how all turbo chargers will be made soon.He reckons the days of casting complicated small objects are fast fading and will eventually be consigned to the third world.I googled it and thinks this is the thing he was on abouthttp://www.sciaky.com/additive-manufacturing/electron-beam-additive-manufacturing-technology
my retirement fund
22/1/2018
08:45
Phew! RNS Machining Claim update Chamberlin, the specialist castings and engineering group, is pleased to announce an update on the claim against a machine supplier. On 18 October 2017, the Company advised that margins have suffered due to the difficulties encountered with the start-up of its new machining facility. The Company has been working closely with the machine and tooling suppliers, and is now pleased to report that substantial progress has been made towards resolving these technical problems. In addition, the Company can also report that a satisfactory settlement has been reached with the supplier of the new machining cells, following the initiation of a claim, as reported within the half year results on 28 November 2017. A further update on progress at the machining facility and on trading will be announced by the end of March 2018. Preliminary results for the year ended 31 March 2018 are expected to be announced at the end of May 2018.
zoolook
11/1/2018
13:06
Probably a good shorting opportunity here imo
my retirement fund
11/1/2018
13:06
Castings painting a dire picture. Surprised this is so highly priced let alone not being sold off on back of castings.
my retirement fund
06/12/2017
08:57
Directors have failed to meet the Board’s expectations then ?? To be fair probably this is due to a difficult industry with the tail ( pension fund and banks ) wagging the dog......... a bank fuelled turbocharger growth plan is unlikely to be the way forward.
2realist
06/12/2017
08:28
Chamberlin, the specialist castings and engineering group announces that a total of 600,000 share options granted to Kevin Nolan and David Roberts (the "Executive Directors") under the Chamberlin Share Option Plan in November 2014 have lapsed and are cancelled.
redartbmud
01/12/2017
17:18
Non Executive position available! Sudden resignation of a highly qualified Non Exec creates a vacancy. Only Skilled toolmakers and machine operators with 20 million to invest in a dilutive share issue and buy out the banks and pension fund Need apply !!
2realist
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