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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
  -0.25 -3.85% 6.25 6.00 6.50 6.25 6.25 6.25 32,126 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
18/11/2021
13:25
Strong move in CMH Keep going Right this way :) Https://twitter.com/zopelyforver/status/1461312387957542914
solo4yous
18/11/2021
11:10
Burton, thanks for the link. Finally had a read this morning having had it open on a tab for a couple of days. And I added a few more too. G.
garth
18/11/2021
09:11
Some interest today - long overdue - something afoot ??
roysta
18/11/2021
09:08
Just scratching my head as to what compelled me to buy this. 'The Board expects sales for the remainder of the first half of the current financial year ending 30 November 2021, to be at least in line with management's expectations but now anticipate stronger levels of sales growth and profitability in the second half of the year resulting in an expected earnings per share for the current financial year ending 31 May 2022 of not less than 1p.' So if we assume they can achieve EPS of 1p that puts us on a forward PE of 7.7. Not bad. Room for optimism into the future. Could be very good if they can restore consistent profitability and build on the high margin products they are aiming for.
molatovkid
15/11/2021
07:30
Doing difficult things well for @chamberlinplc "...firms don't survive for as long as #CMH without a fierce will to survive. Not for the first time in its history it is working hard to reinvent itself..."https://total-market-solutions.com/2021/11/chamberlin-plc/
burtond1
12/10/2021
12:49
That 77k got 6.6p...more likely it is heading there...
diku
06/10/2021
13:48
What’s happening chamberlin ? Are you just gonna let this slide to the bottom
linton5
16/9/2021
14:33
The main property asset is the HQ/Chuckery site which can be nicely viewed using google earth. It is surrounded by low value terrace housing that look to go for about £160k and if you added a row of terraces to the site that it would probably take a terrace of 25 houses - not that is likely to be the best way to build housing on the site. The local council would no doubt love to get rid of an environmentally unfriendly foundry and repurpose for housing. The demolition and remediation costs will be substantial though from 100+ years of all kinds of chemicals in the soil.
zoolook
16/9/2021
12:52
Yes. You're right 6.3 and 2.2. Not sure of the value though if they have to sell and lease back. I guess if they can revalue and perhaps it hasn't been done for a while they could partially mortgage them if the debt is cheaper. Or sell surplus land and / or buildings.
elsa7878
16/9/2021
12:43
Look at the Group figures
twib
16/9/2021
12:30
That's plant and equipment not land and freehold property...I think
elsa7878
16/9/2021
12:22
Are you sure? I see book cost at £7m and the NBV at £2.2m.
twib
16/9/2021
07:35
Hi, I know nothing about the company but saw the turnaround statement and then this. The Company has commenced a review of the use of its substantial property assets with the objective of strengthening the balance sheet and improving operational and investment returns from Group resources. Does anyone know the scale of their property assets. in the 2020 accounts it says property of approx £700,000, though the book cost was £1.7 million. I gues they have not had them revaled in a while so there must be hidden value. Could be pretty material if the market cap is only £6 million. Can anyone help?
elsa7878
16/9/2021
06:59
Looks like they are turning a corner and better times are ahead !
molatovkid
16/9/2021
06:45
Current Trading The Board is pleased to report the following trading update. The current financial year has started well with Group sales for the first quarter in line with management's expectations. Net debt at 31 August 2021, including asset leases of GBP1.9 million, was reduced to GBP3.0 million (unaudited) (30 September 2020: GBP4.6 million) and current cash headroom is comfortably in line with management expectations at GBP1.1 million. The Company has commenced a review of the use of its substantial property assets with the objective of strengthening the balance sheet and improving operational and investment returns from Group resources. The Board expects sales for the remainder of the first half of the current financial year ending 30 November 2021, to be at least in line with management's expectations but now anticipate stronger levels of sales growth and profitability in the second half of the year resulting in an expected earnings per share for the current financial year ending 31 May 2022 of not less than 1p.
garth
16/9/2021
06:12
No shocks as board expected board expecting slightly stronger results this term good to see slow grind back still far to cheap,ready on the buy button let’s see what game market plays today
linton5
09/9/2021
14:38
Good to know someone else has there feet in the water Garth yep definitely a lth , I also feel and hope this a wee hidden gem fingers crossed we are here before the flock arrive .
linton5
09/9/2021
14:33
I am still here Linton. Its not a big holding for me but I do expect it to be a ltbh. I hope that what the directors have indicated proves to be the case. If it does, this might be a bit of a gem. G.
garth
09/9/2021
12:42
https://twitter.com/chamberlinplc/status/1435930851284553728?s=21
cliffv69
09/9/2021
12:22
Hello 👋 is there anybody in 🪓
linton5
31/8/2021
09:20
News but be soon of some sort floating in the ocean 🛶
linton5
18/8/2021
15:05
Think I’ll take some at this price for the long term very inviting to say the least after last update
linton5
21/7/2021
07:10
Bigberty, the posting history on your profile really is quite amusing. I hope you are right. My guess is it won't need pumping if the directors are telling the truth: "With revenues now stable, costs realigned to reflect the current operating base across the Group and exciting new potential growth opportunities, the Board anticipates that Chamberlin will see a return to profitability in the current financial year." G.
garth
21/7/2021
06:35
Pump is over for this dog
bigberty99
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