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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Creightons Plc LSE:CRL London Ordinary Share GB0002341666 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 53.50 52.00 55.00 53.50 53.50 53.50 95,226 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 44.0 2.9 4.7 11.4 35

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03/10/2018
21:18
Looks like one of their brands aimed at the mid-high end of the market, targeting hair thinning, is getting closer to launch https://twitter.com/bambeautiful_/status/1046445858575851522
pireric
25/9/2018
11:41
Some overhang present though not sizeable. This can move quickly in both ways. Market cap getting increasingly small! Very binary outcome when they come out with interim results, which I expect will show v strong double digit growth and EPS which annualised to a single digit P/E.
pireric
20/9/2018
20:46
Always tough for these low-newsflow, low liquidity stocks to move in between results periods but zero impact to where this ends up medium-term
pireric
18/9/2018
22:05
I agree, even if it stays on a modest p/e the growth and divis combo will, I hope, make this a nice little earner over the next couple of years.
mauricemonkey
18/9/2018
18:21
And duly taken ;0). I reckon this is on less than 10.5x this year's earnings and that the interim results in November will be very pleasing. longer term strategy and targets attractive and achievable IMO
pireric
18/9/2018
14:31
I’ve trimmed a few today to make a buying opportunity for you Eric...couldn’t resist BILN top up at today’s sale prices
rhomboid
18/9/2018
14:28
Adding here as soon as I mobilise some cash today or tomorrow :0)
pireric
02/9/2018
16:00
I believe Lacura is produced by Midland Chemicals, a tiny own label producer ...I can’t see the CRL product featured as yet but it may be awaiting launch. Packaging in any case is down to the Aldi etc...any legal action is aimed at them not the contract manufacturer...they’ve been to court many times & use the defence against passing off that ‘no-one in their right mind thinks it’s anything high end a) because it’s so cheap & b) because it’s in Aldi Amazingly this defence has proved robust & premium brands aren’t keen to test it again because Aldi will simply demonstrate the product is as good as the brand but far cheaper & newspapers will gleefully cover the story
rhomboid
02/9/2018
14:58
Looking at the Aldi online lecura caviar range whilst there were only 22 customer reviews 21 - 5 stars and 1 4 star. Price point £6.98 which in such a sector is very low, they might be sailing close to the wind when looking at the packaging though.
yasrub
31/8/2018
18:25
I believe the Aldi stuff is mostly own label but Mrs Rhomboid has accepted her research brief with worrying alacrity...apparently Aldi do a near identical product to ‘la prairie’ caviar moisturiser 🙄
rhomboid
31/8/2018
16:52
Have any of you seen the products in Aldi ?.....for the business with them to be 10% that is quite significant and wondered if they have prominent shelf space or just standard single product or multiple products and is it branded or their own label ?
davidosh
31/8/2018
16:30
I am going to conclude they have got off to a good start !
yasrub
31/8/2018
16:14
No you’re correct but gifting as a category is a lower % than in prior years...it may not have gone down in absolute £note terms though🤔
rhomboid
31/8/2018
16:10
I might have confused myself but in the June presentation (not sure where now !) I thought I heard the MD indicate sales were running at two lots of £4.5m for July and Aug and I had assumed these were running higher due to seasonality orders - in prep of Christmas. It sounds promising if they are flat out on two shifts !
yasrub
31/8/2018
14:49
Aldi is their number 1 customer (I think around 10%) & going from strength to strength..my understanding is they are flat out on a 2 shift basis ..but a third night shift would entail some additional costs that make them prefer to automate further to increase productivity & margins before going to 24hr working. The US was mentioned in passing but I was deep in another conversation so missed the context, seasonal gifting is a far smaller part of the mix now which is healthy
rhomboid
31/8/2018
14:15
Thanks for the report Rhomboid. Today these seem quite difficult to pick up, I suspect there are a few on the side waiting. From the June video management indicated July and August were busy with gift sets etc. for Christmas circa. £9m sales. What will be interesting is how business is developing with Aldi and whether there are any inroads in the US - surely $/£ is helping.
yasrub
31/8/2018
09:19
Thanks for the report rhomboid
glaws2
31/8/2018
08:57
Thanks for the comments rhomboid
jaknife
31/8/2018
06:17
Yes Dean there was..but I missed the context it as I was deep in conversation..
rhomboid
31/8/2018
04:41
Thanks Rhom, any mention of the US?
deanowls
30/8/2018
21:46
Cracking AGM write up rhomboid! Much appreciated.
impvesta
30/8/2018
21:24
Many thanks rhom.
tiswas
30/8/2018
21:14
AGM report First impressions 1 big v busy site, large car park absolutely full, site is owned by Chairman & let (at a v reasonable rental c£3 per square foot if I heard correctly)they occupy 130000 sq ft of manufacturing/office/warehouse on a total site of 10 acres or so also owned by William Mcilroy The lease has been renewed for another 12 yrs which means they can press the button on a number of minor housekeeping capex items eg air circulation kit) The buildings are serviceable rather than flash, but they are keen on maximising productivity on the site, they’re outsourcing their finished goods logistics with a local firm on a fully integrated shared system ..this will reduce costs & allow them more room to store raw materials and spare parts whilst freeing up more manufacturing space The Tiverton site is now fully integrated from a systems & accounting point of view & is undoubtedly a v successful acquisition..they217;ve retained/won back all the high quality business & walked away from all the marginal contracts ..including Arcadia The worlds friendliest & proudest receptionist works here🙂..she was bubbling over with knowledge & enthusiasm for what the business has achieved in recent years In attendance for the AGM was one other shareholder aka Wimbledon Sprinter on Stockopedia plus the usual roster of advisers , formal business was nodded through v quickly& then a brief Q&A ..a couple of directors had a flight to catch Wimbledon Sprinter asked about the rather long serving & static board composition, nick O’Shea was chairing the meeting (even though the Chairman was present..I’m guessing he’s not a great fan of procedural stuff)...& gamely batted it back by saying succession planning was v much in hand but it wouldn’t be appropriate to discuss as it involved many of the people around the table....nice try Nick but next year we’ll be more insistent if no clarity emerges in the meantime 🙂 WS then asked what the long term game plan for the business..the answer was growth ..& particularly growth in their own brands , Feather & Down is seen as a real feather(🙄)in their cap as it was all created in house & has just had its Boots Representation upweighted substantially. Also there is more distribution deals pending as Boots exclusive period has ended. I gather the next deal is a biggie..but it’s probably too sensitive to mention here🙂 I asked about Tiverton site turnover ( £13m) but they’ve moved some contracts back to Peterborough & vice versa, I said some of the shock felt at the ‘too much business “ profit warning was because I at least had assumed Tiverton gave them extra capacity to accommodate growth. Unfortunately the business ‘hump’ was the wrong profile for Tiverton & had arrived at v short notice as 1 client went on promotion without telling them in advance, another extended distribution of a product without telling them & a 3rd bought forward a launch...so a perfect storm. I asked about the funding of the significant Capex required, will they continue to run with net cash...answer probably not as they’ve negotiated a cost effective HP facility & given turnover increase they’d be funding more inventory After the meeting closed William Glencross NED Paul Forster FD & Commercial Director & Martin Stevens Technical Director /Deputy M.D. were keen to answer further q’s & Paul & Martin showed us around the factory for an hour. I’m running out of time as both Martin & Paul were hugely enthusiastic & knowledgable about the business so downloaded an enormous amount of detail to us 🙂 Great Team low staff turnover 20-30 even 40 yr veterans amongst the 300 staff there,lots of ad hoc bonuses (every member of staff got a c£600 bonus this year, business is hugely proud of the success it enjoys with customer site audits...& in turn audits right back to source for all ingredients ..highly valued as a supplier. Lots of new machinery on site but a really practical appropriate approach to automation...eg bought at a site closure auction in Wales some mega expensive kit for 10% of new cost..being put to work immediately V happy to be invested ...particularly impressed with the attitude & knowledge from Paul & Martin..any q’s Give me a shout 👍
rhomboid
30/8/2018
18:57
Looking forward to it; thanks Rhom :0)
pireric
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