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Kromek Group Plc LSE:KMK London Ordinary Share GB00BD7V5D43 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.10 -0.64% 15.50 15.10 15.30 15.60 15.10 15.60 1,590,661 16:35:05
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Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 10.4 -6.3 -1.5 - 67

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/9/2021
10:29
Are you a current holder in Kromek please?
1luckylee
08/9/2021
10:09
yawn. i'll leave that task to you. i'm more interested in the question at hand - how many ventilators were sold globally by Kromek.
quepassa
08/9/2021
09:59
QuePassa, from your own article you posted, “The COVID-19 pandemic created unique partnerships with medical device companies and the engineering sector. For example, automotive makers that are non-medical manufacturers had temporarily shifted their focus to developing ventilators”. Quepassa, why don’t you ask the automakers about their ventilator figures? Ventilator sales increased by x4 in 2021 then reverted back to normal, according to your article...
aqc888
08/9/2021
09:45
it seems to me that although they sold zero ventilators in the UK, it would nonetheless be of importance to know how many they sold globally following the very specific April 2020 RNS. sorry if I misunderstood anything after you kindly asked the question about UK Ventilator sales but do you know how many ventilators have been sold globally? thank you. all imo. dyor. qp
quepassa
08/9/2021
09:32
QuePassa - I really can't believe you're going on about ventilators. Seriously, I gave you an answer months ago. I asked the question directly at the presentation.
dougmachin
08/9/2021
08:35
ACQ, You say there is no global demand for ventilators. What you say is baloney. Would you care to comment on the following erudite article which gives forecasts for the Ventilator market out to 2030:- hXXps://www.globaldata.com/ventilators-market-reach-1-6bn-2030-downturn-2021/ ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
08/9/2021
08:30
i have no agenda. i have simple questions - yet no-one seems to be able or willing to answer them. it would, however, be only too obvious what your agenda is - just by reading your username.
quepassa
08/9/2021
08:12
>>>AQC I believe Dexter was aiming the hyperbole comment at QP. QP has an agenda and its not favourable, so to avoid even more drivel I would suggest all avoid engaging with QP and use the filter button. happy to be holding GLA, DYOR, NAI,& ATJ fanny
fanramptastic mate
08/9/2021
08:08
Dexster, you think it’s hyperbole to say the pandemic was a national crisis? QuePassa, what good are ventilators without ICU nurses? Can you grasp this principle? That’s why all the nightingale hospitals had zero patients. There is no global demand for ventilators - what are you basing this idea on? The ventilator fiasco was Kromek reacting to an ill conceived government request at a time of national crisis at the start of the pandemic when little was known how to react to it
aqc888
08/9/2021
05:20
i'd like to be. so how many ventilators did they sell globally as per their RNS of 15/4/20 ? simple question. all imo. dyor. qp
quepassa
08/9/2021
03:20
100% relevant to saving life’s in so many situations. We should be so proud of this company’s response.
strategicinvestor2
08/9/2021
03:20
100% relevant to saving life’s in so many situations. We should be so proud of this company’s response.
strategicinvestor2
07/9/2021
22:17
not relevant now - are you kidding - in all the third world countries crying out for any medical equipment and their hospitals crippled with covid cases due to lack of vaccine access and roll out - and you say ventilators are not relevant....?? yeah right. all imo. dyor. qp
quepassa
07/9/2021
22:12
Ventilators already covered if you read back and not relevant now IMHO DYOR
strategicinvestor2
07/9/2021
21:57
All the government's fault then in the uk with the ventilators. Ok, oh yeah right, I see......hmm. and what about selling ventilators elsewhere in other countries and globally?? Maybe someone can ask HOW MANY VENTILATORS THEY SOLD GLOBALLY. That's unless you already know the answer and can kindly elucidate. For avoidance of doubt this is verbatim what Kromek said in an RNS from last year dated 15/4/20:- "Kromek expects to commence production of ventilators before the end of April 2020 and to produce up to 2,000 units within twelve weeks, with 1,000 units available within eight weeks. Following the signing of a license agreement, which is expected shortly, Kromek intends to sell the ventilators in the UK and globally." Simple question. HOW MANY VENTILATORS HAVE KROMEK SOLD GLOBALLY? ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
07/9/2021
21:38
This has been covered loads of times, your using hyperbole, the circumstances were at the time of national crisis.....
dexter1612
07/9/2021
21:06
I thought the AGM was to ratify the agenda items with no presentations or updates expected ? Are updates now planned ?
strategicinvestor2
07/9/2021
20:54
Encouraging replies to Nicks questions. I was expecting commercial roll out to be this year, as reported in IC, not this financial year, which was a little disappointing. Good to hear confirmation that there are no competitors and patents are progressing. Hopefully there will be news on the third party lab accreditation tomorrow and some firm evidence the detector works from the trials.
aqc888
07/9/2021
20:46
QuePassa, Kromek agreed to build these ventilators at a time of national crisis and panic. A time when Astra Zeneca agreed to make vaccines with zero margin. A time when various other UK businesses such as Dyson were persuaded to make ventilators- only to have sold zero ventilators like Kromek. The reason for this is that only the most severe patients in intensive care were given ventilators- less ill patients in hospital were given oxygen. There were never enough intensive care nurses to go with the ventilators. It was an error that with hindsight we can see the government made, requesting various manufacturers to make ventilators. In the end they sourced a load of faulty ones from China that went straight into storage. Kromek can be blamed for not updating the market with an RNS feed. But not for the ventilator fiasco.
aqc888
07/9/2021
20:35
Last year they said they were well placed for manufacturing and selling VENTILATORS under license from Metran. Anyone recall how many ventilators Kromek said they had sold in the UK when asked that question two or three months ago?
quepassa
07/9/2021
20:14
Thanks Nick. A lot of promise there. AGM should be interesting.Given the responses perhaps today's sellers may yet rue their sales.
deedledee
07/9/2021
19:45
I heard back from Kromek with very helpful replies and will post the gist as it's not good etiquette to do a copy and paste. Competitors? Reply summmary:- Not aware of any with fully autonomous air sampling and diagnostic technologies with the capabilities of the Kromek-developed system. Reply summary:- Some very early stage technologies : collect air samples but no capability to autonomously analyse the sample. Needs human intervention to produce a report and this would generally be in a laboratory. When will the machines be commercially available? Reply aummary:- Both within this fiscal year. My note: I believe the Covid specific machine is due to be the first commercial launch. Barriers to entry? Patents? Reply summary:- Significant barriers to entry. KMK have a two year head start due to funded development that commenced in 2018. Further $13m development funds from DAPRA. Patents? Taking out patents on various aspects for both the Covid detector and the 'agnostic' bio-detecton technologies. Expectations on KMK taking some of the UK Govt planned extra spend in the nuclear security / detection sector? Reply summary:- Yes, well placed with portfolio of products, especially with the addition of the new D5 handheld device, to capitalise on that announced government spend. Medical scanners £47m 7 year contract roll-out? reply summary:- Yes progressing as planned - in line with the contract. Benefit from UK Govt flagged up extra spend on nuclear detection / security? Reply summary:- Yes, we believe we are well placed with our product portfolio, particularly with the addition of the new D5 handheld device, to capitalise on that announced government spend.
nick2412
07/9/2021
19:09
Yeah we're all doomed.
dexter1612
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