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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
  0.625 5.81% 11.375 11.00 11.75 11.625 10.75 10.75 2,333,162 15:57:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 10.4 -6.3 -1.5 - 49

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05/12/2021
03:31
Does the following sound like someone who is about to sign a massive Government contract? Or does it sound like someone who is struggling to sell any quantity so went to the press to make his case and hopefully drum up some support? Seems desperate to me. Hope i'm wrong....... Arnab Basu "But having the technology is only half the battle." “The Government has rightly been focussing on problems that exist today. But now is the time to look ahead,” he added. “This Government spent £37bn on test and trace. You could network the entire UK with detection capability for less than £1.5bn. Not only is this groundbreaking technology, it’s incredible value for money. “But the Government must take the lead on this.”
ark87
04/12/2021
22:08
Thanks aqc888, appreciate that. Yes I’ve decided to pitch in to help the discussion along, sometimes think we risk losing the bigger picture here. This biological warfare specialist, Hamish de Breton Gordon, who the article says is acting as a consultant to Kromek. He formerly led both the UK Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Regiment and NATO’s Rapid Reaction CBRN Battalion (according to that Express article on Kromek in October - hTTps://www.express.co.uk/news/world/1507218/bond-no-time-to-die-not-too-farfetched-manipulation-pathogens-pandemics). That’s one hell of a CV. Imagine the expert advice he’ll be giving the company on how their bio-security product could actually be used in the field, and how many high-level international government contacts he might be giving them access to.
charlie_bucket
04/12/2021
21:52
Charlie bucket, you too have bought a great deal of new information to the table. I wonder how many others are watching in interest but never contribute. I’ve always assumed not many. But perhaps there are more than I thought. Good luck all!
aqc888
04/12/2021
21:47
Mick33, skid35 & peterssw1 all here to have their say on the encouraging news. The most knowledgeable team on Kromek. All interested in the new news flow. Very exciting times, looking forward to the next round of developments. Hope promethium is still around to share the coming excitement! Soon boomboy and dexter will be united in their Christmas joy for Kromeks coming success! Or maybe I’ve had one too many mulled wines. Extremely excited though by Kromek and the opportunities ahead in the very near future
aqc888
04/12/2021
20:29
Haha, you utter bellend, you want the share price to drop? Why are you here? Save for the fact you have no life.
dexter1612
04/12/2021
18:42
That it’s the UAE is very interesting too since some companies there already have links to Oxford Nanopore’s core technologies. October 2020: Abu Dhabi’s International Holdings Company invested £39m in Oxford Nanopore (so that’s pre-IPO). And just last month, Oxford Nanopore won a £68m contract to supply UAE’s G42 Laboratory. Check out this link re G42: hTTps://g42.ai/news/healthcare/g42-healthcare-to-offer-lab-on-wheels/.
charlie_bucket
04/12/2021
16:24
Thanks all. Note that The National News is a news service based in the Middle East and the article refers to the UAE. Perhaps that's the ideal market to get the first sales? Lots of wealth can buy you a lot of things but usually not protection against novel viruses. Except if you use that wealth to buy yourself the new technology produced by a certain UK company...!
charlie_bucket
04/12/2021
15:28
Fantastic. RNS announcing order of 2000+ Kapscan machines from UK gov Monday morning then? Or more BS and still haven't managed to sell any yet? "Kromek, a company based in north-east England, is looking to develop thousands of the machines — which are about the size of a domestic printer — and position them at airports, schools, hospitals, laboratories and government buildings over the next year. This would allow authorities to know the moment a new, potentially deadly coronavirus mutation, such as Delta or Omicron, enters the UK. It could also help prevent future pandemics, buying scientists time to study new illnesses and develop vaccines."
ark87
04/12/2021
14:52
Good article Charlie, Ive just posted it with a live link..thanks hTTps://www.thenationalnews.com/world/uk-news/2021/12/04/virus-detecting-machine-could-prove-to-be-pandemic-game-changer/ “It would be a lot easier to contain any new epidemic, whether that be a new virus or a variant. This would be a game changer.” “Whatever variant or pandemic is coming next, if we have these systems in place, it will be a game changer because while the UK has amazing expertise for genomic surveillance, the bottleneck is the sample collection,” said Prof Rohn. “If that could be streamlined, it would be amazing.” New technologies in all the industries I work in Aero Auto are amazingly slow to adopt new ideas...the difference here is there are many people's lives and livelyhoods at risk over the the next few years.
33mick
04/12/2021
14:04
The previous errors of Kromek have made the market ignore/ treat the board with little trust or attention. However, we are now hearing from the top experts in physics and biological pathogens putting their weight behind it. To me this is no longer a dodgy AIM company making up nonsense. This is a golden opportunity from Kromek being ignored by the market for the sins of Kromeks past.
aqc888
04/12/2021
13:56
Just to remind everybody of Kromeks market cap of £60m, and the margin of 52%. A £1.5bn, or even a tiny fraction of that, would do wonders to the share price. Exciting times. Kromek currently make up 7.5% of my portfolio and I’m seriously considering upping that to 10% next week.
aqc888
04/12/2021
10:06
I don't post under multiple names, I use the same name here and in lse.
skid35
04/12/2021
10:04
Inter company debtors completely irrelevant, simple board approval to extend terms. Consolidated accounts all that matter (with the debtor on one side and creditor on the other being eliminated), capital structure of subsidiaries really comes down to tax considerations.
skid35
04/12/2021
09:35
New article today: Virus-detecting machine could prove to be pandemic 'game changer' hxxps://www.thenationalnews.com/world/uk-news/2021/12/04/virus-detecting-machine-could-prove-to-be-pandemic-game-changer/
charlie_bucket
04/12/2021
09:24
Ahhh...the skidmark.
dexter1612
03/12/2021
17:31
Is that boomboy still skidmark here? I'm really interested in his educated insightful opinion. I wish he posted on more boards, we could all learn from him.
dexter1612
03/12/2021
17:17
In the words of quepassa himself; “Don't avoid the simple question. Come on. Simple yes or no”
aqc888
03/12/2021
14:51
Ah, you've been reading the full accounts posted here: hTtps://find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk/company/04728565/filing-history ? "Amounts due to parent undertaking are repayable on demand. However, Kromek Group plc (ultimate parent company of Kromek Limited), has treated this balance as a debtor due in more than one year as it is not expected to materialise into cash over the next 12 months." Do you have any particular reason for thinking Kromek owing £63m to Kromek is of concern?
petersw1
03/12/2021
13:40
But don't look too hard at the c. £63million of intercompany receivables due and payable in the current year by subsidiary Kromek Limited to parent Kromek Group Plc. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
03/12/2021
13:04
I think you got quite a bargain then AQC. I topped up a few days ago myself. I'm very aware this is a pre-profit stage company and I don't expect to see any really sustained gains until they reach consistent profitability or are taken over. Until then it is hard to value and subject to fickle sentiment.
petersw1
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