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Galliford Try Holdings Plc GFRD London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 152.00 08:29:49
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Posted at 11/7/2022 09:23 by waldron
PROACTIVE Jamie Ashcroft 07:52 Mon 11 Jul 2022 Galliford Try to boost water business with MCS Controls Systems acquisition “This acquisition is an excellent strategic fit with our enlarged water business," said chief executive Bill Hocking Galliford Try Holdings PLC - Galliford Try to boost water business with MCS Controls Systems acquisition Galliford Try Holdings PLC (LSE:GFRD) has agreed to acquire MCS Controls Systems to bolster its environmental and water business. The company detailed the acquisition - for which it is paying a nominal £1 fee – of Coventry-based MCS, which has 81 employees. It told investors in a stock market statement that MCS is “an excellent fit” and the deal is consistent with the firm’s sustainable growth strategy. MCS's capabilities are complementary to its expanding environment business and also complements the previously acquired NMCN and Lintott Control Systems businesses, it added. “I am delighted to welcome the employees, clients and suppliers of MCS to Galliford Try,” said Galliford chief executive Bill Hocking. “This acquisition is an excellent strategic fit with our enlarged water business, brings highly complementary capabilities into the group and advances our sustainable growth strategy." MCS generated some £10.1mln of revenue in 2020 (its most recent published financial results) to incur a £500,000 loss and at that time it had £2mln of net assets. In order to acquire the business for the nominal £1, Galliford is to fund certain contractual liabilities incurred prior to the completion date of the acquisition to strengthen MCS's balance sheet and provide additional operational stability.
Posted at 19/2/2022 13:39 by sharesoc
We are hosting a webinar with Galliford Try (GFRD) on 8 March 2022, which may be of interest to current shareholders or potential investors. Andrew Duxbury (Finance Director) will be presenting. You can register here: hTTps://www.sharesoc.org/events/sharesoc-webinar-with-galliford-try-gfrd8-march-2022/
Posted at 23/9/2021 11:31 by melloteam
Just to let shareholders and prospective investors know that Galliford Try plc and Jupiter Emerging & Frontier Income Trust will be presenting at Mello Events webinar event on Monday 27th September at 6pm-9:30pm. There will also be interviews with Dorian Gonsalves, Belvoir Group plc and Andrew Hollingworth, Founder and Portfolio Manager. Ed Croft, CEO of Stockopedia will also be presenting Stockopedia's IPO Survival Guide. There will be over 600 investors attending and these are very popular shows with company presentations, fund manager and investor interviews, and panel sessions including the popular Mello BASH (Buy, Avoid, Sell or Hold). Tickets are still available and if you would like one at half price then enter the code MMTADVFN50. Https://melloevents.com/mellomonday27thseptember/
Posted at 01/7/2021 22:16 by melloteam
Just to let shareholders and prospective investors know that Galliford Try plc and CPP Group will be presenting at Mello Events webinar event on Monday 19th July at 6pm-9:30pm. There will also be presentations from Minerva Analytics and VectorVest. Ed Croft, CEO of Stockopedia will also provide an update on Stockopedia’s Stock Picking Challenge 2021. There will be over 600 investors attending and these are very popular shows with company presentations, fund manager and investor interviews, and panel sessions including the popular Mello BASH (Buy, Avoid, Sell or Hold). Tickets are still available and if you would like one at half price then enter the code MMTADVFN50. Https://melloevents.com/mellomonday-19th-july-2021/
Posted at 14/9/2020 14:02 by cc2014
Only investable as they exit the bottom of the cycle imho. However... Even I, who I suspect is far more bearish on the prospects of this sector than 95% of the readers on here is beginning to look at the share price with surprise. Perhaps not at the price but the speed of the fall and on how little volume. The share price isn't enough to excite me to buy but it is my very broad guess that the share price should stabilise soon. Further legs down may come as just how bad a state the economy is in will become more evident even to the most optimistic of investors. Mind you 50p on Kier doesn't look so far away now either...
Posted at 14/9/2020 12:09 by careful
Essential Warnings of big falls are meaningless without any detailed arguments as to he exact reasons why. We investors are bombarded with dozens glib predictions of disasters or success. Always interested in reading about the state of this industry. there have been many past disasters with the big players. The mind boggling incompetence with CLLN. was staggering. ...and yet whilst CLLN left behind chaos and financial failure, the key directors were personally successful and did very well out if it. The workforce were paid well also, for as long as it lasted. Are these companies investable?
Posted at 11/9/2020 13:46 by careful
Next wed 16th results will be eagerly awaited by worried investors. A spectacular collapse in the share price, down 60% in he last few weeks. A cash boost at the time of the split, HMG committed to infrastructure spending and flood defences, the occasional decent order. Covid aside, there has been no specific negative news that I know about. Next Wed will answer some questions, one way or the other.
Posted at 09/7/2020 13:55 by tomboyb
Yep - Also taken a few - CC generic posts - Gov news on 1.stamp Duty, 2 EPC grants of up to 10k! 3 v.a.t REDUCED to 5% in hospitality and 4. planning permission for developments made easier for developers. Excellent opp now for blackrock to clear and investors -
Posted at 27/5/2020 00:40 by gooner1886
To be fair they have stated they will be going for less riskier contracts and more public sector work (government funded) and they have started doing so, aswell as instituitional investors buying in late last week! You would think this is due a move up, but volume is low!Its confusing why there hasnt been a decent blue day here in ages even when the markets are boyant!Each to thier own what people do with thier money. Im going to ride it our for a while, but you do have to cut losses some stage i guess. As mentioned PR isnt the best is it! Update is required
Posted at 26/5/2020 11:12 by bookbroker
Hocking should make a statement of some sort, even if it is simply an update regarding Covid-19, we have not heard anything since 31.03., and now they must have more projects back in operation investors should be informed of the latest state of affairs.
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