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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Havelock Europa LSE:HVE London Ordinary Share GB0004149356 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.30 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 53.2 -5.9 -17.8 - 1

Havelock Europa Share Discussion Threads

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07/2/2018
21:42
I for one hope this company goes from weak as it is to climb up again ,yes I’m an ex employee ,share holder , now living abroad ( not with what I earned in there on shop floor ) but because of shares and diff pensions , I was in Kirkcaldy few months back and spoke to not office staff personnel but to people on shop floor and they all gave negative views, even when I worked there it was a case were management didn’t know anything about floorworkers and vice versa, don’t know if this is still the case , this has to be addressed , the man to blame is what I read in reports now is who brings in these top of the tree senior management with no hindsight in the running of this kind of operation,, hope this picks up BIG loss for work force and Kirkcaldy ,all the best
fifeboy
07/2/2018
20:54
Well TT2, how committed are you to the cause...???! I know the entire Havelock Staff would love to meet you personally any day of the week to discuss your points of view and amazing knowledge of the Industry and way forward...? Please post when you would like to come in.....? ( we know this is never going to happen as you are a imposter.. #massive baw bag... incredible that you want success for this company yet try your best to be a menace... ex employee.. I also find it increasingly difficult that tou as ex employees who are so keen to protect their pensions do nothing but put this company down in a public forum - shooting yourself on the foot comes to mind. Perhaps your outlook would change if you were in receipt of the facts. Agin the invite stands.. let us know when you are available to come into Haveloxk House..
the incredibles
07/2/2018
19:02
TT2 stop exaggerating there is staff in the office after 12 as I have spoken to them. If I had an emergency I would not be phoning ANY company last thing on a Friday, but then generally I try and plan ahead. I believe that they work in line with their manufacturing facility. Perhaps you could phone them first thing in the morning as they are in early everyday and work later to help cover this.
derrenbroon
07/2/2018
17:38
Goodolddays; accepted and agreed; it's a ever decreasing spiral; with the number of profit warnings the local authority clients must be coming up against their own procurement protocols to place an order with a company that is well in the 'Red Traffic Light' zone, coupled with the American companies willingness to carry out aggressive due diligence of any partnering firm they go into business with, considering how keen the yanks are to put down a firm that's not one of their own. A punts a punt when it comes to investing, but this is a left footed hoof into the lang toon gales of opportunity, or good money after bad for those who speak english.
cvileservant
07/2/2018
05:30
derrenbroon try getting hold of a PM or senior management on a Friday after 12 noon. The office is empty. If a client or site agent needs to speak to anyone in authority they have to wait till Monday.
truthful tommy2
06/2/2018
22:05
I believe the burning of oil at night may set off the smoke alarms, so that advice was unhelpful.
derrenbroon
06/2/2018
17:47
You need to understand that at the current rate of expenditure, the company will run out of cash within six weeks, the need to raise capital now, but who will have the confidence to invest?? The share price is still dropping.
goodoldays
06/2/2018
17:35
Could be some good news round the corner with the £500m deal for Scottish University accommodation with the Americans, could also be the company made coffins during WWII and history repeats itself.
cvileservant
06/2/2018
08:44
Perhaps given the current unfortunate financial plight of the company, they should be burning the midnight oil !
jamesfurness
05/2/2018
17:54
A previous poster stated that they were closing down this week, and I can confirm that when I went past their office, the lights were indeed out. Granted it was midnight and everybody was at home, but I bet they will be off the same time tomorrow. I will keep you posted.
derrenbroon
04/2/2018
12:52
The incentives for non owner managers are the rinse the company for all they can before shareholders notice and its to late.This is a perfect case and would provide a simple model for other non owner managers if they should require guidance in such respects.I should imagine the air show bloke is very very busy in this respect as we speak.
my retirement fund
04/2/2018
06:20
Talking to a employment supplier on Friday who confirmed to me that they would not be supplying labour to Havelock. They believed they were in serious difficulties.
truthful tommy2
01/2/2018
12:23
I have just read an article today about Havelock on the site “Simply Wall Street” it states that Havelock will be out of money to operate within the next two months, unless they raise further capitol.
goodoldays
01/2/2018
11:20
Im at a loss why some people imagine a wealthy private individual is either A. On your side ir B. Likely to turn improve the companies employees or the companies wider shareholders.Truly bizzare. Just because this individual happens to read and sometimes post on ADVFN really does not mean he is on your side.Is it any wonder the shareprice is down the toilet? IMO shareholder no matter how small need to be culpable for the goid management and stewardship of a company. I think there should be laws which allow claims of compensation from shareholders, no matter how small they are.It seems absolutely insane there can be employee's losing pension returns time and time again (Carillion) when shareholders cannot be held culpable. Its disgraceful to read this board and there is an ex employee posting her because he is worried about his pension. Bloody disgraceful imo.
my retirement fund
01/2/2018
11:18
And now Penny's / Primark are rationalising stores in Northern Ireland, the news just keeps on getting more negative - BBC Northern Ireland News today!
cvileservant
01/2/2018
11:04
Have I missed something? Seems to be a lot of knowledge on this site.............
timnet
01/2/2018
08:34
Did greengiant not support members of the board more recently? I thought I read he had faith in them - maybe I was wrong, if so, sorry GG.
clocktower
01/2/2018
08:20
In the YE 31/12/2016 intangible assets increased by over £1,500,000 They are now £9,577,000 by far the largest asset on the balance sheet remind anybody of Carillon
steak1
01/2/2018
06:39
Greed,Vanity,Unbelievably bad recruitment,Weak leadership, all have contributed in the demise of Havelock. For 11 years Havelock employed the worst Project, Construction director they could ever have found. Contributed absolutely zero to the company, surrounded her position with yes people. When you lose a major account and not one senior manager is held accountable you have a problem. When you hire PMs who have never even been in the building trade you have big problems. When senior manager takes voluntary redundancy but then gets rehired the next month on £250 a day says it all. There is lots more.
truthful tommy2
01/2/2018
05:36
The last post from me today, picture the Titanic going down, thousands of passengers on the deck without life jackets, to few lifeboats, then pushing through the crowd are the Havelock Board and senior management, life jackets on, into the last boat and away looking back at the sea of drowning people.
goodoldays
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