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
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.30p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 53.2 -5.9 -17.8 - 1.00

Havelock Europa Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/4/2018
13:43
beaware The share price, the pension deficit, the loss of clients Post offices 3 weeks ago, the finance director walking out, the bonuses being paid, luxury cars in the carpark. Is not negativity or raking over old coals but facts. Any value in shares has long gone.
truthful tommy2
19/4/2018
12:50
TT - Assuming you are a shareholder you are only damaging your investment with your constant negativity and raking over old coals. You and your fellow trolls have plenty to say online so why don't you turn up at the AGM and say your piece?
beaware
18/4/2018
22:44
ok football then?...
diku
18/4/2018
14:04
So lets blame the media, the ex employees, for talking about us. Or the share holders for wanting a dividend, the clients for not trusting us and not understanding the Havelock way. The banks for wanting a return on the loans, the sub-contractors who want paying for service undertaken. But please dont blame the main board or the CEOs past and present, or the departmental directors and managers who have milked the compant dry. Its just so unfair and not Cricket.
truthful tommy2
18/4/2018
09:04
neverforget, they may not be the direct result, but some of the postings on here can hardly be considered to be helpful to morale or to the perception of HVE to customers and potential customers -- especially when they are not, or don't turn out to be, true (this is Havelock's last week, the chairman's gonna jump, etc.)
gargoyle2
18/4/2018
09:00
One has to assume that you have all jumped overboard and no longer have any holding in this shambles? Is that correct?
clocktower
18/4/2018
08:41
you wont be surprised to know that the ceo and chairman are going around telling everyone they can that the reason orders are so low is as a direct result of stuff posted on this bb.
neverforget
17/4/2018
21:09
This Company does not have the skill and expertise and Director level. Some of these people have been around for 20+ years at this Company, they have no real business experience. Additionally, they have bought turnover. It's scandalous that individuals are rewarded with huge bonus and commission for buying not winning projects. The CEO appointment was an old boys club appointment. Will the CEO buy a house in Scotland, absolutely not! Overheads are astronomical absolutely destined to fail. Certain Individuals will never leave due the ridiculous salaries they are paid. The place is a Circus, full of Clowns
homegrown
17/4/2018
16:26
Havelock had the opportunity when Ritchie left to recruit the best CEO in the market.What did they do, the recruited a person with absolutely no experience in the market and no experience in turning an ailing company around. The Chairman and the Board of Directors should be ashamed of their actions. But as usual they will acknowledge no fault on their part. The ship is now sinking faster than they can bail out.
goodoldays
17/4/2018
14:31
Not surprised. Looking once again at cutting costs instead of focussing on growing revenue. One is a negative action. The other is positive. Again shows the mindset in this company.
neverforget
17/4/2018
13:10
Sick and tired of coming into work everyday recently to all these rumours and hearsay. Hve will lose a lot of shop floor workers if the annualised hours gets pushed through!!! Used to be a good company to work for, moral is so low on the shop floor!!
hadenough
17/4/2018
13:09
Lloyd’s group contract was to start with only 3 years revamp project.
biggerpicture
17/4/2018
13:04
Havelock lost the Lloyds account because the project director could not be interested in the client until it was to late. The account director / manager did not understand the clients requirements, went around blaming ever project manager senior manager for his incompetence. Took the client for granted struggled to deliver what the client required . Completely misread the market situation and failed with the price. Lloyds did not trust Havelock with working in there offices or call centres.
truthful tommy2
17/4/2018
11:06
Not all the Havelock problems are self inflicted, you can’t blame them for ever changing market like for example banking sector switching and focusing on online services and closing branches same goes for retailers. Don’t get me wrong I am not defending management of this company which in my opinion lacks vision, expertise and determination to make this company succeed. But you can’t blame them for everything...
biggerpicture
17/4/2018
10:59
I see the Bank of Scotland have already lodged a ''charge'' at companies house against the Mitchelston site as a security from last months refinancing, guess its close enough to the other Kirkcaldy developments to have so value, but non to the shareholders! Not at all like a British bank to be the first vulture circling!
cvileservant
17/4/2018
09:41
Ormrod out by end of month
neverforget
16/4/2018
15:09
Havelocks problems are all self inflicted. Never learnt from any mistakes. Total denial of department directors account directors or managers have got them in the position they find themselves. This weekend Havelock will have paid for site managers to be on site and paid for 7 days. But you took the time to check you will find that only 4 or 5 days will have been worked.
truthful tommy2
16/4/2018
12:25
It depends on who is being made redundant said at christmas this company is finisjed. Stand by that. It's just how quickly it will die
neverforget
16/4/2018
09:56
I've heard redundancies
neverforget
16/4/2018
09:56
Coming to a climax this week
neverforget
15/4/2018
13:56
There are many within the factory workforce that can easily be made redundant, many of whom do as little as 2 hours work or less on an average 8 hour shift.
great g
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