Dekel Agri-vision Dividends - DKL

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Dekel Agri-vision Plc DKL London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 4.75 08:00:00
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4.75 4.75 4.75 4.75
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Dekel Agri-vision DKL Dividends History

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ptolemy: AGM statement due tomorrow, so expect some news on cashews and biomass. Last year's statement was very upbeat (see link). Chart continues to look bullish. hTTps://
mach100: Hi Pug. " As part of the pre-audit, Proforest will undertake a review of Dekel's programmes and management systems and assess the processes and procedures put in place by the Company to manage environmental and social risks and impacts. The Proforest team will also look to identify opportunities for value addition through the adoption of environmental and social improvements and initiatives. This will allow any final recommendations ahead of the formal RSPO audit process which the Company expects to undertake later this year. In line with the above, a team from Proforest is due on site at Ayenouan in February 2021 (subject to any potential UK and South Africa travel restrictions) and the Company expects to receive a final report in Q2 2021. It is envisaged that the formal RSPO certification will commence as soon as practicable following receipt of the report, subject to the findings. It ought to be noted that the ongoing coronavirus pandemic may impact exact timings." Hopefully there will be confirmation of receiving the report by the AGM. DKL and deadline are not a good fit so perhaps might have certification by March 2022
tradertrev: I believe DKL has been through all the audit procedures to join the RSPO (Roundtable for sustainable palm oil) but awaits final confirmation that it has met the criteria to gain accreditation.
rivaldo: Terrific H1 update today - June CPO prices achieved were 82% higher than last year! And the €915 average realised price was even way above the "smoothed out" €800 price DKL had been preparing us for in prior RNS' June production was 13% above last year, with overall H1 production 11% up. In summary, this H1 alone will "significantly surpass" last year's €1.9m H1 EBITDA - for a £24.8m m/cap company. Plus there is hugely more stock in hand now compared to last year in all of CPO, PKC and PKO, meaning that DKL's H2 will also be stronger than last year and will continue to take advantage of the current multi-year high sale prices. Hopefully it's time for a further re-rating now: Https://
outlawinvestor: AGM scheduled for 05-Aug CEO Youval Rasin boasted last year that it was DKL's last AGM as a single commodity company with cashews coming online in H1 2021. Lincoln Moore might be the director facing off to shareholders but Youval is the man on the ground in CI, the project manager, and ultimately the one it appears who took his eye off the ball and missed the Q2 target. He surely must be thinking of his next AGM statement and how he desperately needs to say "job done!"
2vdm: Yes, but that was in 2017 and a lot has happened at DKL since then.
rivaldo: My brief thoughts are that: - DKL has already more than doubled since last November, so it's already gone somewhere rather nicely.... - Arden have a 9.3p target price, so lots of upside still to go - then there's the cashew project starting imminently which is transformational - plus news of a third commodity coming soon - and with CPO prices at multi-year highs and forecast to remain there for some time
rivaldo: Cheers OutlawInvestor, excellent news re cashews. Looks like a good production update today too. FFB deliveries, CPO production and sales prices especially are all up materially on last year. In particular: "Dekel remains on course to post a material uplift in its H1 financial results compared to 2020." "H1 2021 financial results on course to materially surpass H1 2020's EUR15.4m revenues; EUR1.9m EBITDA; and EUR0.4m net profits" May's CPO sales are down year on year - but this is because DKL have been taking a patient approach to maximise sales prices, leading to a very large subsequent sale of 2,500 tonnes (presumably in June) at "materially higher" prices. June's figures should therefore look storming. I think we'll get a further cashew update in a week or two when DKL can formally announce site completion and production commencement. Very happy with that.
chadders: Well it's news week for DKL, whether it's just a CPO production update or a combined cashew and CPO update we'll soon find out. Interesting though either way. I expect there's a fair amount of competition for the smallholder ffb crop, driven by the sky high price of CPO. Hopefully initiatives such as Medicare and fertiliser programmes will have secured a decent supply for DKL.
rivaldo: I've been sent an article on DKL which was in yesterday's Sunday Express - unfortunately it doesn't seem to be online. It notes that DKL are benefiting from both high CPO prices and a strong start to the production harvest season, and DKL are "on track for record results". The CEO is quoted as saying that, with cashew processing due to go live in Q2, "Cashews should be almost immediately cash-positive. It has the potential to be a bigger business than palm oil (for us)." And "Moore added that Dekel plans to diversify into two more commodities".
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