Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Chamberlin Plc LSE:CMH London Ordinary Share GB0001870228 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 7.00 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 32.96 -4.96 19.20 0.4 1
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 7.00 GBX

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28/2/202115:23Chamberlin, for recovery. Director buying730
07/1/201110:24Forging ahead!35
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Chamberlin Daily Update: Chamberlin Plc is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CMH. The last closing price for Chamberlin was 7p.
Chamberlin Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 6.33p.
The 1 year high share price is 24p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6.33p.
There are currently 7,958,126 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Chamberlin Plc is £557,068.82.
rhomboid: He’s not just ‘a shareholder like anyone else’ ..he’s got up to 29.4% of the equity for £200k & a board seat & the mandate to secure finance ‘This funding has been advanced by way of an unsecured convertible loan note instrument, resulting in Trevor Brown being issued with £200,000 Notes. Subject to the passing of the Resolutions (as set out below), these Notes will automatically convert into 3,333,333 New Ordinary Shares (at a Conversion Price of 6 pence per New Ordinary Share). The Conversion Price represents a discount of 14.3 per cent. to the closing middle market price of 7 pence per Existing Ordinary Share on 3 January 2021 (prior to suspension of the Existing Ordinary Shares from trading on AIM which took effect at 7.30 a.m. on 4 January 2021). The 3,333,333 New Ordinary Shares will represent approximately 29.5 per cent. of the Enlarged Share Capital’ He’s in charge
ppvn: If they can put the business on a sustainable path I still think there is a lot to be had here. All very well and good gloating about people chasing it up then getting burnt but everyone can trade how they want. In time hopefully this business recovers and isn't marked down at this price forever. My ownership of this share is documented on this thread so I'm personally doing ok here - would be nice for the company and its employees if it is able to recover. I wonder if management will be taking a -28% remuneration to match their smaller workforce and help the business on the way. Har-de-har.
costax1654x: Look at the price now!Some got a falling knife
glenbo1: People should not worry about today's price action but in the further future contracts that are due.
amrishbhim: I haven't posted because it been quiet here for so long on this share
ppvn: Call me mad but I've bought a few of these. The company is priced for bankruptcy at this price having seen a very small amount of shares sold since the 60p days. If they have been able to restructure the foundries to put them on a sustainable footing in the past few months, with a possible resolution of the brexit saga this could see a bit of a jump from these levels imo. As I say, only a small punt and perhaps with a rather binary outcome!
redartbmud: 2r Knowing the management of both companies, I would be more than very surprised if Cgs ever expressed the remotest interest in Cmh. The Cmh Chuckery foundry is land locked in what is now a now large housing estate and the issue of emissions is a constant source of angst. Just refer back to the spend a while ago. That site is probably not as valuable as one might think. Any purchaser would probably look to transfer business to their own foundry and sell the site. It would be ripe for housing, but there would be very significant decontamination cost involved. Furthermore, the houses immediately surrounding the site are of terraced Victorian construction and the streets are very narrow, by modern day standards. There are significant car parking issues. How do you value that? Just MHO.
danny baker: Good post 2realist. You're right but I do think there is a clear signal that CMH is being prepared for sale as a focused auto parts supplier. Turbochargers for small petrol engines is a relatively exciting part of the auto components industry. I've driven a few 1.2 TSI models and am hugely impressed by the performance. The pension deficit after receiving £2.5 million from the Exidor sale is down to £1.5 million. Once Walsall is making the £1-2 million a year that it should be then I expect a buyer for CMH will be found and the chairman can retire having done his job.
2realist: Half year results confirm that they sold a valuable business to save a foundry which despite years of investment and management promises still isn’t delivering. Can’t help wondering whether they shouldn’t have sold the foundries and kept the better business they sold to Assa for shareholders? Either they really believe in the foundries v the one they sold - maybe but loss making foundries needing continual investment serving a declining automotive sector doesn’t appear to be an attractive sector. Or they were able to sell the one they sold for a good price to Assa Abloy to satisfy the bank’s (?) but unable to sell the unattractive foundries. So if the foundries are unsaleable it can only be because it really is a difficult business in a difficult sector that no one wants to sink their capital into. Market Cap of 6.5m plus debt of 3.5m plus pension deficit of 1.5m but possibly 6 or 7m to buy out the deficit. All makes an Enterprise value of 11 to 18m. So management will have to make 2 to 3m consistently to justify the current share valuation. Possible. But any slip ups mean shares decline. Target would have to be to increase to profits of 4 to 6m to create any value. Great if they can do it but quite a task.
pherrom: 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.
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