Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Haydale Graphene Industries Plc LSE:HAYD London Ordinary Share GB00BKWQ1135 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 5.15 670,944 07:30:10
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5.10 5.20 5.15 5.15 5.15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 2.90 -3.77 -1.00 26
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:38:42 O 100,000 5.15 GBX

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Haydale Graphene Industr... Daily Update: Haydale Graphene Industries Plc is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HAYD. The last closing price for Haydale Graphene Industr... was 5.15p.
Haydale Graphene Industries Plc has a 4 week average price of 5.15p and a 12 week average price of 4.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 9.70p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.90p.
There are currently 510,335,691 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 972,791 shares. The market capitalisation of Haydale Graphene Industries Plc is £26,282,288.09.
cerrito: I have had a canter through the annual report and the following struck me. I do not see myself going to the AGM. I have a reduced holding and did not participate in the fund raise sensing correctly that there would be an opportunity to buy them in the market at a lower price but of course fluffed the chance to buy them in the 5p area. The company has two things going for it. The first is plenty of cash for the foreseeable future and the second an atomized shareholder structure so that one is not fretting about a large shareholder wanting to sell down. I also thought that the text of the AR was very good. What I liked about it was that it is realistic that there will be bumps on the road and that there are certain projects that however attractive they seem they need to be canned. It could drift down to the 5p area again and if so I hope I will be on the ball to buy but not sure if I see a major catalyst for a share price increase. Comments very welcome. Page 3 Good to read about total reduction in operating cost basis over 3 years of £2.43m. Page 5 A reminder that this company with annual sales of under £3m has 5 locations worldwide including 3 ex UK. Page 7 In some ways good that they were ahead of schedule in shipping to Icraft functional graphene powder. Page 11 I see R&D expenditure essentially unchanged from the previous year but at 1/3rd of sales shows to me that this company is very much still in short trousers. Page 12 I have to say that it had missed me that they had US pension obligations of £1m plus. Page 21 Good that for all intents and purposes the Directors had a 100% attendance record. Page 49 Slightly surprised that for the last 2 years Japan has been the biggest market as little mention of it in the text. Page 52 I see that the total remuneration costs of the directors are about 17% of the total 54 people company which is rather generous. What can we look forward to in 2022??? • Successful granting of patents that have been filed. • Coming on stream of plasma reactor and that it is optimized in 2022. That said not clear when they will need 30 tonnes pa. • Resolution of discussions with commercial partner ref sports performance garments. • Commercialization phase of the DLYB contract kicks in. • Clear progress in premium leisure footware market. • Unclear if there will be further sales of the HT200 plasma reactor as sold in Rhode Island this year. • What the Director of Sales in Thailand can and does bring to the party. • Arbitration hearing outcome of the £450k claim with the second largest whisker customer. • Expansion of blanks business in the European cutting tools market. • Progress of SIC whisker and blanks market in China. • Getting DW31 accreditation for CeramycGuard in UK.
1looking: Sadly the placing will not be forgotten...just like all the other discounted dilutions that have trashed the share price......
sharki9: I'm here since 2011 when it was called ICL before IPO and renaming to HAYD, and it make me laugh when I read "company value long term shareholders and decided to offer us shares via retail market" as they f.... Us so many times here, I have invested fair amount of money to see it going down to virtually nothing in around 2019 ... since then I said I'm not putting penny more to it .... Hopefully the outlook is changing and There is some light in the tunnel that I might recover the loss, I should have bought a property back in 2011 would be way better off.
simonsmithiv: Of course traders will have jumped on the placing, as well as boiler rooms and all sorts of quick buck types. Yes, long term holders too, but the idea it's just solid holders is laughable. From tomorrow, possibly, they can sell for a 5% profit at the current bid. Not to be sniffed at for those turning over millions a day. Anything above 6p and they'll be banking profits. I expect the mm's will drop it to 6p bid and hold it there until the dust settles and the overhang is churned through. They may even hit the 6p placing price on the offer, as is often the case after placings, just to rid themselves of their haul. However, the long term prospects look good, so if you can hold a few years you'll be rewarded. But for now this self destructive event(in terms of the medium term share price!) will weigh heavily. Aimho.
hew: Perhaps today's RNS (REACH) a reason for early funding. Unlikely to be material in itself, but could lead to bigger things. "... working with Viritech on the first of what we expect to be a number of projects that will help unlock the pathway to hydrogen propulsion." "...anticipated that, with subsequent designs, customers will require Haydale to supply functionalised nanomaterials as part of any licence agreed." Anyone else see today's interview (GB News) or read article (somewhere, sorry - Telegraph?) with JCB's CEO? Hydrogen propulsion in early but operational stage. hTTps://investegate.co.uk/haydale-graphene-ind--hayd-/rns/memorandum-of-understanding-with-viritech/202109060700087573K/
lsoc85: Following on from my last post re HDPE, and in light of the continued price strength, I've delved further down the Haydale rabbit hole in search of anything which could make the rise sustainable. There's good news. It appears that Bolflex have incorporated Haydale's enhanced rubber masterbatch into their product line: hxxps://bolflex.pt/produtos/solas-para-calcado/ The Haydale input relates to 'SBR Advanced' (hxxps://www.thegraphenecouncil.org/blogpost/1501180/365507/Haydale-s-Functionalised-Nano-Enhanced-Rubber-Masterbatch-Used-in-Bolflex-Rubber-Sole) and therefore forms one seventh of Bolflex's front line offering, described by them as a 'highly resistant, anti-oil, anti-static and non-slip formulation' (hxxps://bolflex.pt/materiais-ideias-e-modelos-que-nunca-mais-acabam-tudo-a-medida/). Bolflex's blurb says they make 1,000 pairs per day. On the assumption of a 5 day week minus Bank Holidays that's circa 250,000 pairs of soles per year. Once the product is established, let's assume it makes up a tenth of sales (worst case-ish). That's at least c.25k soles required per year. Bolflex, on the face of it, do appear to be a good company so I'd imagine other rubber soles manufacturers will be interested once the Hayd/Bolflex SBR hits the streets. A step in the right direction?
maytrees: Meanwhile the HAYD share price is up when LSE is sharply down.
knownowt: Another great announcement just released to the market: Haydale (AIM: HAYD), the global advanced materials group , is pleased to announce that the Company has been awarded a £1.1 million loan facility (the "Loan") by Innovate UK Loans Limited ("Innovate UK"), a wholly owned subsidiary of UK Research and Innovation. Haydale, with the support of Innovate UK, is implementing its plan to expand its capacity to manufacture functionalised nanomaterials including Graphene to meet growing demand. Haydale will be investing in a HT1400 plasma reactor and ancillary equipment to provide a facility to be able to increase production volume by at least eight-fold once fully optimised. The reactor will increase production at the Ammanford facility to an industrial level with capacity to functionalise over 30 tonnes per annum of graphene and other nanomaterials on a single shift pattern. The Innovation Continuity Loan will be available for the Company to drawdown in four quarterly tranches, commencing on the 31 March 2021 and the final tranche drawn by 31 December 2021. Loan repayments will commence 27 months after the final drawdown and be paid over a subsequent period of 24 months. The Innovation Continuity Loan attracts at an interest rate of 7.4% per annum though only paid at 3.7% on the amount drawn down with the rest of the interest deferred until the repayment period commences. The Company has signed the standard Innovate UK Loan agreement. Commenting on the announcement, Keith Broadbent, Chief Executive Officer of Haydale, said: "Haydale is delighted to have been awarded this loan by Innovate UK and is looking forward to significantly expanding our manufacturing output capacity to be ready to meet growing demand for our functionalised powders, inks, elastomers and composites. We are grateful to Innovate UK for their support of our strategy which will allow Haydale to deepen its roots in the UK industrial landscape, whilst supporting the UK's high tech and advanced materials supply chain strategy".
garth: Edward, With the greatest respect, whatever the prospects for HAYD, I think your posting history since you joined in September would be suggestive of the fact that you are not an "investor" in this company's stock. And if you are, its perhaps all a bit to stressful for you to keep holding - not good for the health? Just a view. G. edwardjh - 13 Oct 2020 - 16:19:43 - 1408 of 1409 Haydale: Graphene specialist - HAYD It looks like the mask pattern belong to planartec. All the public information I can find out on the internet is not on ourside. How are we going to sale it? Pay the royal fee? Someone should check the deal to find out what is going on? Real worry about my investment! edwardjh - 06 Oct 2020 - 01:19:16 - 1406 of 1409 Haydale: Graphene specialist - HAYD Ink development and production manager left the company at sep/ 2020 from LinkedIn status. Who is going to do the development and sale the real commercial inks? Student or researcher from university? What is going on !!! edwardjh - 04 Oct 2020 - 16:48:05 - 1405 of 1409 Haydale: Graphene specialist - HAYD does anyone know what is going on about anti-counterfeiting(PATit)? HP1 Technologies piezoresistive ? i put a lot of money in ! can someone share with me about it? are these all gone? they keep posting new projects how about the these two major projects? i am so worried about my investment ! edwardjh - 26 Sep 2020 - 03:02:16 - 1404 of 1409 Haydale: Graphene specialist - HAYD coating SIC on airplane propellers. It means coating glass on it. it will add up a lot weight. from engineer design point, what for? using more fuel? edwardjh - 25 Sep 2020 - 22:38:54 - 1403 of 1409 Haydale: Graphene specialist - HAYD IRPC is Thailand Petrol company. they do not make any masks. they subcontract local mask company to make mask.it looks the same company to produce planartech graphene mask. who owns the pattern? Planartech announced first already! edwardjh - 25 Sep 2020 - 22:12:31 - 1402 of 1409 Haydale: Graphene specialist - HAYD Anyone know how much a metric tonne of graphene is worth? average 90 to 100 dollars /ton. the production cost will more than that.so, wake up.
knownowt: For those that haven't seen it, this was posted yesterday on the company's news page : Haydale Chairman Congratulates University of Manchester on the Recent Opening of its Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (‘GEIC’) by Gemma Smith | Dec 18, 2018 | Uncategorized | 0 comments Haydale (AIM: HAYD), the global advanced materials group, and its Interim Executive Chairman, David Banks, were pleased to attend the official opening of the £60 million Masdar Building which houses the GEIC at the University of Manchester, UK, of which Haydale is a Tier One partner. The opening took place on 10 December and saw His Royal Highness, The Duke of York, unveil an official plaque in front of over 140 dignitaries, industry leaders, University staff and academics. The recently supplied Haydale research plasma reactor was a prominent feature at the event and is due for commissioning in January where it will be available to not only a dedicated Haydale research associate but also GEIC members including the National Physical Laboratory to develop the science of functionalisation and pioneer new advanced materials development. Haydale’s exhibition stand featured many products enhanced with Haydale’s functionalised graphenes currently being sold in the market,including biomedical sensors, heat sensors, printed inks, graphene enhanced pre-impregnated carbon fibre composites and mould tooling, plus its newly launched anti-counterfeit technology, PATit. Haydale generated over £1.0 million of sales from its graphene enhanced products and services in its last financial year. Additionally, Haydale’s functionalised graphenes were on display throughout the exhibition by some of its customers and collaboration partners where its technology has been used to enhance a range of products, including: BAC (Briggs Automotive Company)Ltd displayed its supercar, the BAC Mono, which features a graphene enhanced rear diffuser developed by Haydale. As previously announced, Haydale is now working with BAC to design and develop a number of other graphene enhanced body panels for the BAC Mono supercar; and The University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) displayed its graphene skinned UAV, which is enhanced by Haydale’s functionalised graphene. The drone demonstrates the capabilities of graphene to address issues within the UAV market, such as lightning strikes, de-icing and light weighting. Other new innovative concepts on display incorporating or expecting to incorporate Haydale’s graphene products included: A substantial infrastructure concept was also on display by Zero E Technologies Inc, a Denver-based company which is collaborating with Haydale, to promote a project to use graphene and other Haydale advanced materials to create a desalination platform that uses heat pumps to generate energy and clean drinking water from the ocean’s warm water. The GEIC will also be involved in the initial proof of concept phase.The project is expected to incorporate graphene coated structures, heat exchangers, plus the already proven Zero E revolutionary motor. The concept is attracting significant interest in the Middle East, which is looking for clean water supply and an energy source to reduce reliance on oil; A heated inner glove being promoted by Michelle Hua, the Manchester Ambassador of Women of Wearables, a global network supporting women in wearable tech, fashion tech, and IoT. Haydale Taiwan supplied its conductive graphene ink to produce a flexible,stretchable heater insert, stable at 26°C and for use in combating Raynaud’s disease; and A 3D robotic hand was displayed demonstrating outstanding flexibility and dexterity. The hand had been 3D printed and built by Haosen Yang, a master’s student at Manchester University,and Dr Li Ren, Reader at Manchester University, using Haydale’s graphene enhanced PLA 3D filaments. The graphene enhanced PLA material provided additional lubricity for the fingers, enhancing performance against the previous (non-graphene) parts. In addition, Haydale and GEIC applications engineers are collaborating with two of Haydale’s existing customers on projects to incorporate Haydale’s functionalised graphenes and its silicon carbide micro fibres: AB Dynamics Plc – approached Haydale with respect to their test platforms for their Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and using enhanced composites/ceramics for its soft-crash vehicle programmes; and Wheelsure Holdings Plc – on the development of “smart” bolt/nut systems using Haydale’s graphene pressure sensor technology. David Banks, Interim Executive Chairman at Haydale, said: “I would like to congratulate the University of Manchester on the official opening of the Masdar Building. It was an honour to attend this prestigious event and it was fantastic to see an array of Haydale’s technologies featured within the various products that were on display in the exhibition. It is important that Haydale’s technology is advancing the industry and I look forward to Haydale continuing to work with the GEIC and its collaboration partners to accelerate the commercialisation of graphene.”
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