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Modern Water Plc LSE:MWG London Ordinary Share GB00B1XF5X66 ORD 0.25P
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  0.00 0.0% 1.20 1.15 1.25 1.20 1.20 1.20 149,518 08:00:00
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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/1/2020
05:05
Upcoming events on MODERN WATER PLC march/11/2020 FY 2019 Earnings Release (Projected)
waldron
16/1/2020
05:03
Https://www.marketscreener.com/MODERN-WATER-PLC-4007118/?type_recherche=rapide&mots=mwg strong support at 1.10p it seems
waldron
16/1/2020
01:38
Come on now modern water group. Its time to demonstrate your leadership and prowess in this field. Its time to grab this opportunity. Its time now to resolve this uncertainty that is bitterly dividing your shareholders. Announce the sale , update your shareholders - for better or worse. The news could go either way. PLEASE PLEASE UPDATE US.
escapetohome
06/1/2020
18:15
Good evening.
tewkesbury
06/1/2020
17:16
Ps. I joined these boards in December 1999. Sharetalk profile was created December 2019. I count it bad form for my sharing of a balanced view related to a share that I hold to have been moderated. Any future view I post on MWG will be posted here, not there. regards, G.
garth
06/1/2020
17:11
GGL, I will post my reply here in addition to the other thread, in case it gets moderated again. I posted much more at the weekend, but here it is in short: At the time of finals, Membranes was going to be sold off. A change in strategy after that point means that by the time of the half year point everything else is being sold and Membranes becomes the whole company. Why? I suppose it is because they didn't raise enough cash to wait for Gibraltar - on which so much investor hope was based. I am happy to listen to an alternative narrative around that. But at the time of the final results the strategic risk statement pointed specifically to commercialisation risk associated with the up-scaling of the membranes division. Those results also detail a circa £70K commitment to investment in an Asian JV linked to membranes. £68K cash at June plus £141K raised BEFORE COSTS (way less than they wanted) in September. Cash outflow before financing in 2018 was GBP1.7m (2017: GBP2.2m) At the time of finals the company stated that it was well paced for profitability - but that was based on the assumption that Gibraltar was on and Membranes was out. My contention is currently that no-one knows what the investment case is here. How much cash burn was central, how much was due to now divested business, how much was due to membranes? We haven't been told, I for one can't work it out from my reading of the accounts. What we do know from the finals, note 5.2 is that Membranes accrued the following revenue in 2018 Americas £0 Europe £378K ME & Africa £3K Asia £100K That is £481K of revenue, against £369K in 2017 Cash outflow last year was £1.7M They went to the market and could only raise £141K What is the investment case here? I would love to believe that there is a positive story to hear. I hold. I took up rights. But for all the stuff that Sharetalk has posted on the new thread, that question hasn't been answered. And it cant be - except by management, because I can't see how any investor can know what the current cost base of the continuing business is. That is my view. It is a personal viewpoint only. No-one would be happier than I to hear that my current investment is anything more than wastewater down the toilet (that may have been one of the statements that caused offence - but credit please for a pithy and fairly relevant analogy) I invested here following the sale of Hydro(HYD) for water desalination/purification exposure. I see that as an ethical investment. It has disappointed. Do Your Own Research - the narrative I relate is just my reading from the official RNS releases. G.
garth
06/1/2020
16:35
GGL, At the time of finals, Membranes was going to be sold off. A change in strategy after that point means that by the time of the half year point everything else is being sold and Membranes becomes the whole company. Why? I suppose it is because they didn't raise enough cash to with for Gibraltar - on which so much investor hope was based. I am happy to listen to an alternative narrative around that. But at the time of the final results the strategic risk statement pointed specifically to commercialisation risk associated with the up-scaling of the membranes division. Those results also detail a circa £70K commitment to investment in an Asian JV linked to membranes. £68K cash at June plus £141K raised BEFORE COSTS (way less than they wanted) in September. Cash outflow before financing in 2018 was GBP1.7m (2017: GBP2.2m) At the time of finals the company stated that it was well paced for profitability - but that was based on the assumption that Gibraltar was on and Membranes was out. My contention is currently that no-one knows what the investment case here. How much cash burn was central, how much was due to now divested business, how much was due to membranes? We haven't been told, I for one can't work it out from my reading of the accounts. What we do know from the finals, note 5.2 is that Membranes accrued the following revenue in 2018 Americas £0 Europe £378K ME & Africa £3K Asia £100K That is £481K of revenue, against £369K in 2017 Cash outflow last year was £1.7M They went to the market and could only raise £141K What is the investment case here? I would love to believe that there is a positive story to hear. I hold. I took up rights. But for all the stuff that Sharetalk has posted on the new thread, that question hasn't been answered. And it cant be - except by management, because I can't see how any investor can know what the current cost base of the continuing business is. That is my view. It is a personal viewpoint only. No-one would be happier than I to hear that my current investment is anything more than wastewater down the toilet (that may have been one of the statements that caused offence - but credit please for a pithy and fairly relevant analogy) I invested here following the sale of Hydro(HYD) for water desalination/purification exposure. I see that as an ethical investment. It has disappointed. Do Your Own Research - the narrative I relate is just my reading from the official RNS releases. G.
garth
06/1/2020
11:21
garth 6 Jan '20 - 11:07 - 17 of 17 0 1 0 Anyone any idea why Sharetalk moderated my post, when 6 voted it up? First time I have been moderated in 20 years on BBs... garth 4 Jan '20 - 09:48 - 6 of 16 MODERATED  6  0 Someone wanting to bury balance viewpoints? G. lol what did you post that was so dastardly
grupo guitarlumber
06/1/2020
11:07
Anyone any idea why Sharetalk moderated my post, when 6 voted it up? First time I have been moderated in 20 years on BBs... garth 4 Jan '20 - 09:48 - 6 of 16 MODERATED  6  0 Someone wanting to bury balance viewpoints? New profile started 15th December 2019... DYOR G.
garth
05/1/2020
11:56
Found this on L-S-E: "They are at advanced stages as of August and sept 2019 of selling thier USA based world wide water monitoring business. This would in the words of the company add a "significant strengthening" of the balance sheet. Estimations this could be £3 mln - £5 mln. The Board is working on selling the Monitoring Division and on re-structuring the Membranes Division to ensure that its valuable technologies can be commercialised more rapidly"
city chappy
05/1/2020
11:53
Any ideas about how much they might get for selling the Monitoring Division? sharetalk 4 Jan '20 - 11:42 - 10 of 14 I think the record large order just secured by the Monitoring Division for Microtox worth $335,000 will help finalise a sale of the Monitoring Division and on good terms. Its then a relatively cheap and easy matter to run the Membranes Divison mainly as an outlicense and services supply business model, in acccordance with the new strategy, with partners now in place including Ion Exchange (covering India, Oman, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia), Hangzhou Shangtuo EST (Sunup) (covering China and the Far East) and WEC Projects (covering Africa).
city chappy
05/1/2020
11:50
MWG looks interesting again.
city chappy
04/1/2020
21:10
be VERY, VERY careful of certain postings on bulletin boards by the moniker “Riddler” AKA @riddler_smitb https://twitter.com/smallcappick/status/1213566708709023744
stockstracker
04/1/2020
18:40
From the previous Ion Exchange post : With regards to their expansion plans he said, “We have already made an investment of close to about Rs 60 crore in membrane technology business and now are waiting for another expansion which will come up during the next financial year." 600,000,000 Indian Rupee equals 6,388,605.36 Pound sterling From the recent MWG RNS : Ajay Popat, President of Ion Exchange (India), added: "Modern Water's technology, both brine concentration and forward osmosis, is innovative and the right strategic fit to further improve competitiveness and attractiveness of our Zero Liquid Discharge solutions and brine recovery processes to our customers. We look forward to deepening our relationship with Modern Water."
cottoner
04/1/2020
18:07
MWG have just recently announced that it has signed a collaboration agreement with Ion Exchange (India) Ltd, a large international specialist in water and environment management. Ion Exchange will integrate Modern Water's proprietary brine concentration technology and forward osmosis technology in its projects across India, Oman, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Expect robust order inflow given government's push on water infra, says Ion Exchange January 03, 2020 The membrane technology business for the company is expected to grow by about 15-20 percent per year. Fresh water availability is getting scarce which is forcing the industry & the govt to look at alternate sources. Already made an investment of close to about Rs 60 crore in membrane technology business. Ion Exchange India stock price has seen a big run up from May-June last year when the stock was trading sub Rs 400 levels. Since then it has doubled to levels of around Rs 800. The company posted a strong growth in the first half of the fiscal with revenue growth at 54 percent and profit after tax (PAT) growth of 78 percent. Discussing the outlook for the company going forward Rajesh Sharma, chairman and managing director of the company said they are confident of maintaining similar growth rates for the second half of the fiscal as well. Talking about order pipeline, he said the Sri Lankan order was progressing very well and by the end of this financial year, they would be completing over 70 percent of the contract. “In terms of order visibility for the next 12 months, we have a healthy order bank and the way we see investments coming up in the water and sanitation area especially now that the government is committed to provide safe drinking water to every household – it will open up a large opportunities for companies like ours." Similarly on the sanitation front as well the government is determined to see all the city’s sewage treated. "So, once these projects start coming up, I am sure there will be a good growth for the whole water industry,” he said in an interview with CNBC-TV18. “Everywhere the fresh water availability is getting scarce which is forcing the industry and the government to look at alternate sources. Now alternate sources are sea water treatment and waste water treatment. Both treatments require membrane technology to make the water good for reuse. That means the membrane business is likely to grow tremendously in the next 5-10 years," he said. According to him, the membrane technology business for the company is expected to grow by about 15-20 percent per year since people are keen on using processes that do not use chemicals. Membrane technology is needed to make wastewater or sea water portable. With regards to their expansion plans he said, “We have already made an investment of close to about Rs 60 crore in membrane technology business and now are waiting for another expansion which will come up during the next financial year." hTTps://www.cnbctv18.com/infrastructure/expect-robust-order-inflow-given-governments-push-on-water-infra-says-ion-exchange-4987511.htm
cottoner
04/1/2020
11:42
I think the record large order just secured by the Monitoring Division for Microtox worth $335,000 will help finalise a sale of the Monitoring Division and on good terms. Its then a relatively cheap and easy matter to run the Membranes Divison mainly as an outlicense and services supply business model, in acccordance with the new strategy, with partners now in place including Ion Exchange (covering India, Oman, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia), Hangzhou Shangtuo EST (Sunup) (covering China and the Far East) and WEC Projects (covering Africa).
sharetalk
04/1/2020
11:38
A) MWG: 23 December 2019 1) Modern Water plc (AIM: MWG) is pleased to announce that it has secured the sale of its largest single order for its Microtox(R) CTM to a customer in China. The total value of the order is US$335,000. Microtox(R) CTM is a site-based, broad range monitor which continuously measures the chemical toxicity of a water source, giving instant indication of water health. The equipment will be used for new hydrological and water treatment stations in Shanghai. 2) Modern Water is further pleased to announce that it has signed a collaboration agreement with Ion Exchange (India) Ltd, a large international specialist in water and environment management. Ion Exchange will integrate Modern Water's proprietary brine concentration technology and forward osmosis technology in its projects across India, Oman, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. hTTps://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/modern-water-MWG/share-news/Modern-Water-PLC-CTM-Order-and-Collaboration-Agree/81413738 B) MWG: 25 November 2019 Modern Water sells its largest-ever AMBC for Korea Salt Production Facility hTTps://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/modern-water-MWG/share-news/Modern-Water-PLC-Sale-of-AMBC-for-Korea-Salt-Produ/81214903
sharetalk
04/1/2020
11:04
Upcoming events on MODERN WATER PLC march/11/2020 FY 2019 Earnings Release (Projected) september/16/2020 Interim 2020 Earnings Release (Projected)
waldron
04/1/2020
09:42
Deleted because the thread holder doesn't want factual information from the accounts notes posted which might provide a balanced investment case. G
garth
04/1/2020
09:24
Deleted because the thread holder doesn't want factual information from the accounts notes posted which might provide a balanced investment case. G.
garth
03/1/2020
20:26
I will improve the heading when I have more time.
sharetalk
03/1/2020
20:26
Time for a new more up to date discussion board.
sharetalk
03/1/2020
20:03
! Latest Commercial News: 23/12/2019: Largest ever single order worth $335,000 for MWG's Microtox to customer in China. 23/12/2019: Collaboration agreement with Ion Exchange (India) to integrate MWG's brine concentration technology + forward osmosis technology for projects in India, Oman, UAE and Saudi Arabia. 25/11/2019: Sale of largest-ever AMBC for salt production in Korea. 13/3/2019: Sale of AMBC to large chemicals company in India (has 30 manufacturing sites, including UK, India, France, Spain, Netherlands, Italy, Argentina, China and Vietnam). 14/12/2018: Sale of AquaPak for desalination at safari theme park in Oman. 27/9/2018: Out-licensed Forward Osmosis technology for demo of landfill leachate treatment in China. 4/7/2018: Opened AMBC to treat waste water from dyes manufacturing for Bodal Chemicals in India. 8/11/2017: Sale of AMBC for flue-gas desulphurisation wastewater produced by power station in China. 20/4/2017: Sale of Forward Osmosis technology for seawater desalination to Hangzhou Water TTDC in China. Modern Water 1) Membrane Processes Division Advanced proprietry technologies for the treatment of water and waste water across a range of industries, including salt production; chemicals manufacturers; dyes industries; power plants; horticulture; potable water supply; temporary or emergency water supply; construction site water supply; oil and gas industries; and golf, resort or hotel complexes. Includes: a) Brine concentration: -- 'All Membrane Brine Concentrator' ('AMBC'). b) Desalination: -- Forward osmosis + forward osmosis as a pre-treatment to reverse osmosis. -- 'AquaPak' - Reverse osmosis modular skid mounted containerised plants. -- Bespoke Units. c) Service + Support packages. d) Local partners: A new strategy was adopted in 2015/16 for the Membrane Division, focused on selling technology licences and engineering services to industrial partners that are experts in their local markets. This model significantly reduced project risk for MWG, as the majority of revenues are now received upfront and there is no capital outlay. Recent partners for the new arrangement include: -- Ion Exchange: covering India, Oman, United Arab Emirates + Saudi Arabia. -- Advent Envirocare: covering India. -- Hangzhou Shangtuo EST/Sunup (via JV called Encyclo): covering China + Far East. -- WEC Projects: covering Africa. 2) Monitoring Division Portfolio of world-leading toxicity and trace metal monitoring products, some of which constitute the regulatory standard. Includes 'Microtox' online, laboratory and portable systems. 3) Other Processes -- Municipal wastewater treatment - 'Poseidon'. -- Multi Stage Flash (MSF) desalination. -- Evaporative cooling systems. -- Enhanced oil recovery. 4) Forward Strategy MWG have recently liquidated certain non-core loss making units and are currently in advanced discussions to sell the Monitoring Division. This should result in significant strengthening of the balance sheet and provide a solid base on which to support a more focused and efficient Membrane Division, in which there is an encouraging pipeline of international development projects and partners.
sharetalk
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