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MPAC Mpac Group Plc

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01 Dec 2023 - Closed
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mpac Group Plc LSE:MPAC London Ordinary Share GB0005991111 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 207.50 15,809 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
200.00 215.00 207.50 207.50 207.50
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Special Industry Machy, Nec 97.7M -400k -0.0195 -106.41 42.48M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:55:07 O 2,861 203.915 GBX

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Posted at 03/12/2023 08:20 by Mpac Daily Update
Mpac Group Plc is listed in the Special Industry Machy, Nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MPAC. The last closing price for Mpac was 207.50p.
Mpac currently has 20,474,424 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Mpac is £42,484,430.
Mpac has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -106.41.
This morning MPAC shares opened at 207.50p
Posted at 14/11/2023 14:38 by backmarker
The important thing is that they finish AND GET PAID FOR the current phase. There always was uncertainty about the next bit. And that probably explains why we have not had an RNS from MPAC on the matter.Clearly a disappointment though and the limited reaction in the share price reflects that. The company is aiming to advance on a number of fronts and hopefully it will.
Posted at 10/11/2023 16:43 by darrin1471
FREYR share price currently down 57% on the week.
FREYR mkt cap 2/3 of cash on hand
Posted at 24/10/2023 09:07 by backmarker
I don't see this as a day traders stock. Not enough volume or volatility.However, ALL stocks are potentially punters stocks I suppose. And you can argue that the value of any stock is its current share price So nothing to disagree on there.Would you agree with me though that MPAC has a number of positives that suggest it might achieve a higher valuation in the near future.
Posted at 23/10/2023 07:26 by backmarker
Assumption: MPAC is an undervalued stock in "recovery" mode. So if the share price rises where might it go ?To me there appear to be broad support-resistance levels at 300, then less clearly around 400, 500.Timing is related to possible company news/results. The volume traded is not very high and the company is a bit under the radar. so major share price moves will probably happen around expected news events.
Posted at 12/10/2023 07:26 by aishah
Appointment of Joint Broker

Mpac Group (AIM: MPAC), the global packaging and automation solutions group, is pleased to announce the appointment of Liberum Capital Limited as Joint Broker, alongside Shore Capital, with immediate effect.

Liberum should have a broker note out soon then.

SCSW ( comments that MPAC's CEO is convinced it's going to have a bumper H2 with eps >20p vs. 6p in H1
Posted at 09/10/2023 20:39 by c1d
I wonder why Mpac didn't feel it necessary to put out their own RNS re their being mentioned in the Ilika RNS released today?
Maybe too immaterial to warrant it as it appears the whole project is only worth £2.7m over 16 months of which Mpac presumably will receive only a part?
But another potential path to developing their clean energy offering...


Adam Holland, Chief Executive Officer at Mpac Group plc, expressed his enthusiasm: "We are thrilled to announce our new partnership with Ilika and UKBIC after the successful award of the prestigious ATF grant for Project SiSTEM. Mpac is a market leader in complex automation, and we are eager to leverage our expertise in developing a cutting-edge innovative solution that will enable the reliable assembly of solid state batteries. This project not only demonstrates our commitment to technological advancement but also aligns with the UK government's vision for a cleaner and more sustainable world."
Posted at 07/9/2023 06:45 by edmonda
"First half FY 23 results: orders continue to grow" - new research report from Equity Development:

For the six months to 30 June 2023, Mpac Group reported revenue of £52.8m (+4%YoY) and a closing order book of £77.5m, compared to £67.2m at FY22 year end, with order intake of £62.4m (H1 22: £32.8m). The net debt position at December 2022 of £4.7m reverted to H1 net cash of £2.2m; we estimate c£2.5m net cash for the full year.

As the combination of order uptake cashflow progress demonstrates, the Group has re-established momentum; trading remains in line with management expectations. Reported H1 EPS was (2.2p)/share; on an adjusted basis 6.8p/share (H1 22: 3.6p).

Mpac reports progress on schedule in completing the Customer Qualification Plant (CQP) project for FREYR Battery in Norway, according to required specifications. Full commissioning is expected in H2.

At the January trading update, we raised our FY23 revenue outlook from £103.6m to £104.7m, and (adj.) EBITDA to £9.6m. After reviewing H1 performance, notably the strength of order inflow, we raise our FY 23 revenue outlook again to £106.6m (+2%). Our fair value for Mpac remains 485p/share, indicative of a FY24 EV/EBITDA multiple of 3.2x.
Posted at 22/3/2023 07:44 by edmonda
New research note with audio summary from Equity Development:

FY22 results show a platform for growth - For the year to 31 December 2022, Mpac Group reported revenue of £97.7m, +3.6%YoY, EBITDA (adj.) of £6.8m, ahead of our outlook, -39.3%YoY, and PBT of £3.5m. Service revenue grew 14.4%YoY to 23.6% of the total. The year-end closing order book was £67.2m (FY21: £78.4m). Net debt was £4.7m, which we expect to revert to a £7.5m net cash position in FY23

Orders underpin FY23 earnings visibility - The FY22 closing order book was £67.2m with order intake at £83.8m, compared to £83.9m in FY20 and £117.9m in FY21. By FY24 we expect a return to top line growth of above 10%YoY and EBITDA growth of above 30%YoY, with revenue from Service approaching 30% of total.

Supply chain pressure eases - As expected, Mpac required additional working capital in order to meet customer expectations and offset the impact of supply chain disruption. This amounted to £17.8m (our estimate: £18.7m), including inventory build to £9.6m. We forecast this to unwind as the backlog of projects completes in H1 23; Mpac reports that contract assets – projects awaiting final factory sign-off – peaked in Q4 22 as the supply of key electrical components improved, allowing project completion prior to shipment. Cashflow was also constrained by the timing of customer deposits carried over into FY23. We expect working capital to improve to above £3m, and FY22 net debt of £4.7m to revert towards an estimated 31 Dec 2023 net cash position of £7.5m. Mpac continued to progress development of casting and unit cell assembly equipment for the battery cell production line at FREYR’s Battery Customer Qualification Plant in Norway. Agreed changes resulted in a revised plan for delivery in Q1 23, and commissioning in Q2 23.

Appointment of new CEO - Tony Steels, who has led the Group since 2016, has announced his retirement. COO Adam Holland will become CEO post-AGM on 17 May. Adam joined Mpac in late 2022 having held senior positions worldwide at JCB, Siemens AG and Rolls-Royce.

Fair value remains 485p - Following the January 16th Trading Update we raised our FY23 revenue outlook from £103.6m to £104.7m, (adj.) EBITDA by 13% to £9.6m, and our FY24 revenue outlook from £113.4m to £115.8m, with (adj.) EBITDA from £12.9m to £13.0m (see note here). We retain these estimates. Our fair value for Mpac remains 485p/share, indicative of a FY24 EV/EBITDA multiple of 7.9x.
Posted at 26/6/2021 10:28 by richjp
A number of companies have recently reported supply chain and logistical issues, possibly due to the amount of Covid financial stimulus with a resulting increase in the demand for raw materials plus potential price increases.

I wonder if some of this concern is the reason for the fall in the MPAC share price.

A positive trading update could hopefully reverse the current trend.
Posted at 13/1/2021 09:38 by mfhmfh
i'm looking at MPAC share price to settle around 550-600p.

hopefully when Covid-19 unwinds in the 2nd half of the year and order book increases then share price will follow.

Mpac share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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