Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Devro Plc LSE:DVO London Ordinary Share GB0002670437 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -0.59% 169.00p 166.20p 169.80p 178.00p 163.40p 178.00p 93,423 16:29:57
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 253.4 17.5 7.5 22.5 282

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18/1/2012
12:51
Better volume today 160k traded so far.
philanderer
17/1/2012
11:35
'New Skills Ambassadors Network Launched in Scotland' Companies pledging their support to the network include major employers in Scotland and recognised brands such as Coca-Cola Enterprises, Dean's of Huntly, Devro, Macphie of Glenbervie, Tunnock's and Uin Foods. http://www.scotlandfoodanddrink.org/news/article-info/3318/new-skills-ambassadors-network-launched-in-scotland.aspx
philanderer
12/1/2012
19:43
Added a few more on another quiet day.
philanderer
03/1/2012
08:54
2012 share tips January 03, 2012 Ian Bolton, of James Sharp & Co, sticks with sausage skins maker Devro, his choice for 2011 which achieved a rise of 1.5 per cent. "Last year was one of consolidation for Devro," he said. "Through cashflow the company has indicated an expenditure of £45m to enhance production efficiencies and provide additional capacity. "Sales volumes have shown strong growth and pricing has been beneficial for the company." http://menmedia.co.uk/manchestereveningnews/news/business/s/1469340_2012-share-tips
philanderer
21/12/2011
16:16
what's good for the neeps is ok with the tatties
phillis
20/12/2011
08:37
Motley Fool.. "... One I like and have been considering for some time is collagen maker Devro (LSE: DVO). The collagen Devro produces is used to make sausage casings and for other food and medical uses, but it's sausages that are the main focus. Traditionally, sausage casings are made from sheep gut, but as incomes in Asia and Latin America have grown, demand for higher protein foods like sausage have increased, too. Sheep production simply hasn't kept pace with the demand for gut, making its cost prohibitive. With emerging market incomes still well below those in the developed world, I expect this will remain a growth opportunity at Devro for years to come." http://www.fool.co.uk/news/investing/2011/12/20/how-ill-buy-into-emerging-markets.aspx
philanderer
13/12/2011
15:50
Nice to see :-) 13 December 2011 Steve Hannam, Chairman and a Director of the Company, has today purchased 61,722 shares of 10p each in the capital of Devro ("Shares"), jointly with his wife Jean Hannam, at a price of 257.87 pence per Share.
philanderer
12/12/2011
11:38
Many thanks xandeebee
philanderer
12/12/2011
10:06
http://www.ftadviser.com/2011/12/12/investments/europe/europe-markets-beyond-sturm-und-drang-SZ0uu9yjQKxf6S4lsSwuoK/article.html This caught my eye this morning - Viscofan; a 'Spanish spin off of Devro. Same product exploiting same markets. I (personally) don't feel compelled to gain any additional exposure to equities at present but thought a few on this board may enjoy the article. XB
xandeebee
09/12/2011
12:55
Afternoon EI, he`s always worth listening to :-)
philanderer
09/12/2011
11:04
Terry Smith tells it like it is phil.
essentialinvestor
09/12/2011
09:03
Added a few DVO this morning. Best I`ve heard...... Cameron has refused to get on the Titanic before it sets sail :-)
philanderer
08/12/2011
17:09
Shareprice holding up well today. Market just waiting on this EU summit for some positive news.
philanderer
08/12/2011
12:50
LOL Volvo. Sorry about that people. It would seem the chap doesnt have a sense of humour.
gorvachof
08/12/2011
00:34
I'm in this for the long term - no hurry on my end :)
xandeebee
08/12/2011
00:06
A pleasure Phil, no problem. xandeebee, going by PPs words from the OU link. The main drive in China has not yet started and any real impact on the books is yet to come.
gorvachof
05/12/2011
08:45
Morning all. Michael Ulrich is the manager of the F&C UK Mid Cap fund. His diary runs from November 14th-20th. Tuesday: Off to see Peter Page, the chief executive of Devro, a maker of sausage casings. I bought this stock after hearing about it from Sam Cosh who runs our successful pan-European small cap fund. Page is refreshingly honest about the challenges and opportunities facing the business. The company is benefiting from investment in R&D (research and development) as well as the long-term trend to greater meat consumption in emerging markets. We come away convinced that the business is in good hands. http://www.fundweb.co.uk/fund-strategy/issues/5th-december-2011/fund-managers-diary/1042645.article
philanderer
04/12/2011
23:41
Thanks for the post Philanderer - Nice to see Chinese demand is starting to filter through to the books. Depending on the systemic situation over in Europe, 300p should be achieved here within the next few months. XB
xandeebee
04/12/2011
21:03
And from the week before... Nov 22, 2011 Small-cap manager Harry Nimmo has positioned his £1 billion Standard Life Investments (SLI) UK Smaller Companies fund to benefit from emerging market growth in the difficult UK market. He is focusing on companies with heavy exposure to emerging markets and is tapping into the growth story around food demand. He pointed to the fund's holding in Genus, a firm that uses biotechnology to boost breeding among cows and pigs. 'With the urbanisation of the emerging markets, people are eating more meat,' he said. 'Peasant agriculture is turning into a more industrialised agriculture with science and technology, and breeding is not left to chance like it used to be. That's what Genus is all about.' Devro, another fund holding, has benefited from the same trend, according to Nimmo. It produces skins for sausages and other meat products, and has a 57% share of the world market. 'It's a niche but the company is doing well because demand has started to pick up,' said Nimmo. 'The Chinese are eating a lot more sausages than they used to.' http://www.citywire.co.uk/new-model-adviser/harry-nimmos-smaller-company-investment-picks/a544377?ref=new-model-adviser-features-list
philanderer
01/12/2011
16:08
Lots of small deals going thru, recently Is this related to employees shareholdings?. Seems out of proportion to the norm.
rabbrooks
29/11/2011
16:05
No problem Phil. These may also interest you from early this month, the second article in particular provides some excellent insight from Peter Page on their method in hope of "cracking china". www8.open.ac.uk/platform/news-and-features/expanding-globally-thinking-locally www8.open.ac.uk/platform/news-and-features/emerging-in-china
gorvachof
11/11/2011
16:23
Thanks Gorvachof - good information there. Updated brokers since this weeks IMS 8th nov Investec buy tp 315p 8th nov Panmure buy tp 320p 8th nov Peel Hunt buy tp 280p (upgrade from hold)
philanderer
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