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HRN Hornby Plc

-0.50 (-1.75%)
22 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Hornby Plc HRN London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-0.50 -1.75% 28.00 12:33:14
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
28.50 28.00 28.50 28.00 28.50
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Hornby HRN Dividends History

No dividends issued between 23 May 2014 and 23 May 2024

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Posted at 26/2/2024 19:35 by holts
Could be clock , hadn’t thought of that, although I thought HRN were nuts buying that , however that’s cos I’ve watched them buy all sorts of looney things over the years , Fletchers speed boats being a humdinger .
Posted at 11/10/2023 16:16 by clocktower
I was wondering if the company might end up with surplus stock again this Christmas, if sales are hit by higher fuel costs and of course the general rise in prices.

Christmas I assume is the key to the year in general with products of the nature that HRN depend upon.
Posted at 25/4/2023 16:14 by clocktower
Thanks HOLTS - It does surprise me that Railway sales are still strong but I hope you have replaced HRN with suppliers that support their smaller retailers.

I feel certain Hornby is doomed due to their own actions, as folks cannot feel and touch and talk to someone with knowledge, they are less likely to buy and keep buying.

Buying a railway is not like buying a suitcase - you don;t keep adding to the range of suitcases but you do keep adding to a Railway.

Posted at 15/3/2023 14:19 by clocktower
Well HOLTS - HRN are on the right track downhill to crash the train, and as its speed climbs, so will the share price decline, and the chart will look like it has dropped off a cliff impo.

Posted at 11/1/2023 13:54 by clocktower
One thing is more or less certain, short sellers here will likely make a lot more money this year than HRN will.

How long before there are major changes once again in the management?

How they will soon be wishing that production was not all in China, with the issues that seem likely to occur before the year is out.
Posted at 25/11/2022 20:22 by clocktower
I have seen so many companies do what HRN has done to its loyal retailers. Although I was in a different line of retail many many years ago when I was just 17 years old, I was invited to a factory tour with the director of sales, as I had already became a major customer of the company. For lunch I was invited into the boardroom to eat with the BOD and they had a new CEO that had come from a different industry, and I listed patiently as they talked about saving pennies on a raw material. I then interrupted and asked him if he had walked through the factory, at that I had - why, and my reply was that I could save them more than the pennies they had been speaking about, and went on to explain all that was wrong. At that point the CEO got up and the rest of the board followed him leaving me on my own, a few minutes later the red faced sales director came back and apologised. I thanked him for my lunch and told him my account was now closed. I found other suppliers and the firm went broke to my delight 18 months later.
Posted at 01/11/2022 09:38 by clocktower
My thoughts are that HRN has cooked it goose and taken the wrong direction, not just with TT120 but with their whole policies.

Good Luck though, it might go the same way as Stanley Gibbons imo.
Posted at 03/8/2022 12:48 by holts
I would imagine Phoenix are thoroughly fed up with their investment , they have a fair amount to lose if someone doesn’t come along to buy HRN out .

I can not see them getting a return any other way , as far as I am concerned it’s any other supplier but Hornby where possible , so it depends on their ability to produce products that the customer really demands for me to have to buy from them now , although their brand still carries them eventually those who had that brand instilled in their physche will be gone . They are not just a one trick pony but the Railway is still the most important I think.
I would be interested to know what the cost to them trying to muscle in on another manufacturers product related to the Titfield Thunderbolt was , it was clear to all who had the rights to produce and it wasn’t Hornby , after six months they had to issue a statement noting they had no right , Hornby Hobbies Ltd. have decided to remove the two ‘Trains of Film’ packs from the Hornby 2022 product range and acknowledges and accept that Studiocanal own the licensing rights to the ‘Thunderbolt’ locomotive as depicted in the ‘Titfield Thunderbolt’ film as well as Dan Taylor’s grounded carriage body. Hornby also acknowledges and accepts that Studiocanal own the title rights to the films ‘Titfield Thunderbolt’ and ‘The Lady with a Lamp’.

Along with this the Bedford Coach within the ‘Trains on Film’ category has also been cancelled.

So what has that cost them ? Tooling would have been commissioned , just a waste of money for the sake of being petty , similar reasoning for them no longer supplying some of their former retailers , in my view this is not going to be a successful strategy in the long term, only years will tell .
Posted at 28/7/2022 08:34 by clocktower
More shares further dilution in due course.

The current market must be hitting HRN along with all the price hikes you mentioned HOLTS, let alone the current energy situation.
Posted at 24/5/2022 14:07 by clocktower
So they might be spending anything up to £1.5m over a 12 month period with Rawnet.

What impact will this amount have on the net figures and as to value for money that can only be gauged upon results for HRN stakeholders.

These related party transactions always seem to leave a bit of a grey area around the businesses imo.

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