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CMH Chamberlin Plc

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01 Dec 2023 - Closed
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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.60 777,983 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.50 2.70 2.60 2.60 2.60
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Engineering Services 16.84M 72k 0.0007 37.14 2.75M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:29:45 O 125,000 2.60 GBX

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01/12/202310:23Chamberlin, for recovery. Director buying942
07/1/201110:24Forging ahead!35
31/8/200421:46Why the price fall?7
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Posted at 02/12/2023 08:20 by Chamberlin Daily Update
Chamberlin Plc is listed in the Engineering Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CMH. The last closing price for Chamberlin was 2.60p.
Chamberlin currently has 105,624,792 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Chamberlin is £2,746,245.
Chamberlin has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 37.14.
This morning CMH shares opened at 2.60p
Posted at 30/11/2023 21:46 by rivaldo
The prelims to 31st May released this afternoon show a welcome return to form and a very promising outlook for this company which now has a mere £2.9m m/cap.

The underlying operating loss for the year was reduced to a mere £0.4m before a one-off bad debt, but having made a £0.3m such loss in H1 this means H2 saw a loss of just £0.1m.

Further, every division is now operating well and improving fast. So much so that the Chairman is now able to say:

"The Board is anticipating a further increase in revenue of between 15% and 20% and profit after tax of between £0.8m and £1.0m in FY24".

Not bad for a £2.9m m/cap. And given that CMH are now on the last day of the next H1 reporting period, the bullish sentiments expressed should be reflected in a further improvement for this H1'24.

CMH aren't out of the woods yet reading to the end of the report, as working capital remains tight and there are still pension contributions to pay, though these look manageable as trading improves.

But the tone of the report and prospects going forward are undoubtedly positive:

"the improvements and building blocks that have been hard fought over the last two years have put the Group into the position where the strategic goal of returning to operational profitability is expected to be delivered in the 2024 financial year"

"I am pleased to report significant operational improvements across the Group for the year ended 31 May 2023. The Group is well positioned to continue its journey to a full recovery and expects to return to a more sustainable level of profitability"

"Whilst having delivered incrementally modest improvements to operating performance in the last two years, the Board firmly believes that all of the Group's businesses will make further progress in 2024 and that Chamberlin will deliver the step change in performance we have been working towards"
Posted at 14/11/2023 12:14 by rivaldo
Encouraging commentary from Castings PLC in their interims today, which report a "high level of demand, both current and forecast".

Interesting that "As a result, in collaboration with our customers, we have outsourced some production to other foundries for the short-term".

It also looks like CMH are working with Castrads, a UK-based manufacturer of elegant, high end radiators:

"This journey has been made possible by Simon Evans, Professor John Campbell, Robert Heyworth, David Ball and all at Chamberlin & Hill Castings Ltd"

"Castrads is a family business, founded in 2006. We started out as a small team, assembling and painting radiators on a farm in rural Cheshire. Today we employ about 65 people in four countries.

Our manufacturing base and headquarters remains in Greater Manchester. We also have showrooms in London and New York, and an assembly and finishing plant in Poland that serves our EU customers."
Posted at 18/10/2023 14:49 by rivaldo
Armstrong Investments/William Black/First Equity have been buying again - now above 10% (at 10.16%) with exactly 14m shares:
Posted at 31/7/2023 09:55 by rivaldo
Good to see the CEO being issued options exerciseable at 2.95p rather than the oft-used nil cost.

Hopefully this indicates CMH's belief that the share price is at or around lows from which it's a good time to issue incentives with upside a-coming:
Posted at 27/7/2023 09:13 by rivaldo
Agreed here and there.

More director buying - Trevor Brown has added another 85,000 shares at 2.99p. He now owns 35.42m shares, or 25.7% of CMH.....
Posted at 03/7/2023 09:38 by rivaldo
Lovely new coverage of CMH on the excellent AIM Prospector web site - the article is free to view after registration:


"On 22nd June we got the announcement that appeared to confirm that the fightback
was on. A major contract win to supply turbo parts for a car manufacturer was announced at Chamberlin and Hill, worth a total of €7.3m over a period of eight years.

Like all manufacturers, Chamberlin benefits from economies of scale. As the
business runs closer to capacity, the profit delivered from each extra pound of sales increases. It is being reported that Chamberlin's broker is forecasting EPS of 0.6p for the year ending May 2024. A small loss before tax is forecast for the
year to May 2023.

Chamberlin's challenge hasn't changed. To turn a profit from its cyclical operations by executing properly and winning new business. Its products are highly relevant and some of Chamberlin's capabilities are difficult for competitors to replicate. Successful turnaround could lead to a price of 10p+."
Posted at 22/6/2023 13:52 by rivaldo
Terrific contract win just announced - €7.3m over the next eight year is a nice proportion of future revenues won in one fell swoop. Especially for a £3.9m m/cap company!

The forecast for this year is already for 0.6p EPS and a P/E of 5.6 - this may lead to upgrades, though I suspect Cenkos will err on the side of caution for the moment.

There's some stock available to buy online at present, probably from the £300k placing, but hopefully this may not last long given this news:

"Major Contract Win

Chamberlin (AIM: CMH.L), the specialist castings and engineering group, announces that its castings subsidiary, Chamberlin & Hill Castings Ltd ("CHC"), has secured a major new contract worth approximately EUR7.3 million of revenue over an eight-year term with a leading European automotive industry components supplier. Under the contract, CHC will supply complex turbo charger bearing housing castings to the European automotive OEM that will be utilised in its passenger car engines.

Secured after a rigorous competitive tender process, tooling production begins in July 2023 and supply of the pre-series sample production parts will take place throughout the current financial year. Serial production commences in July 2024 and is expected to contribute annual revenues of approximately EUR1.1 million.

Kevin Price, Chief Executive of Chamberlin, commented,

"I am delighted to announce this major contract win for our Walsall foundry. This business win represents a significant step forward in re-building revenues at Chamberlin and Hill Castings and securing the long-term future order book. This contract strengthens our position as Europe's leading supplier of grey iron castings to the Automotive turbo charger market."
Posted at 08/6/2023 06:34 by rivaldo
Today's RNS shows that Chelverton's holding has remained constant at 9m shares - their percentage holding is now 6.53% due to dilution from the placing.

Cheers Jaknife - hopefully CMH will steal decent business from the business which went under.
Posted at 26/5/2023 06:24 by rivaldo
A small £360k placing announced this morning at 3p - unsurprising price given the markets, but explains the recent drift. And TB has yet again participated with another £30k, along with "existing institutional and other investors".

Interesting to hear that a competitor of RDC's has gone into administration, and that this has given rise to "potential new opportunities". Might this include taking on the assets of the competitor, or at the least winning its customers? I'm willing to bet that the competitor was partly screwed by energy prices - unlike CMH.

Plus there's good news on trading:

"For the year ended 31 May 2023 ("FY 2023"), the Group expects to report revenue of approximately GBP20.5 million, slightly ahead of market expectations and profit after tax of GBP0.1 million, in line with market expectations."


"The Group has continued to deliver on its turnaround strategy with all business units now profitable.....The Board expects the Group to be cash generative in FY 2024 through a combination of revenue growth, profitable operating performance and organic reduction in net debt"
Posted at 13/2/2023 11:33 by rivaldo
I've been buying in to this £3.9m m/cap tiddler recently at around/just above the 3.5p bid price.

It seems to me that the revamped management team are doing the right things and finally getting this company back on track.

There's a long and thorough new Buy note out from Cenkos with a 5.3p price target.

A huge plus point for me is that CMH fixed their energy costs for 5 years back in March'20. This gives them a big advantage over the few sector competitors.

Additional points to note in brief:

- the UK onshoring trend has begun in earnest and will benefit CMH
- RDC heavy castings are achieving record revenues at £1m per month
- the new cookware and fitness brands could make a material difference
- CHC light castings has expanded capacity and will soon return to profit
- CHC has diversified into construction, power generation and radiator markets
- Petrel industrial lighting also looks in good health
- CMH are already benefiting from investments to supply the renewables market
- as global chip shortages ease then car manufacturing should steadily improve

There is of ocurse net debt, but this is now forecast to have stabilised.

With all the director buying at successively lower prices I'm betting these are the lows before the figures start to reflect the turnaround and further contracts are won.

There are still a few shares available at 3.5p and just above, but less than before as presumably flippers from the recent small 3.3p placing disappear.
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