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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ms International Plc LSE:MSI London Ordinary Share GB0005957005 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 213.00p 210.00p 216.00p 213.00p 213.00p 213.00p 9,630 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 77.7 4.8 23.1 9.2 36.53

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20/3/2012
10:27
Great chart here: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com picked up a couple of wadges this morning and last week ahead of that breaking out. Can get them at 295p at the moment CR
cockneyrebel
19/3/2012
21:18
There's more interest in MSI's defence products, this time by the Royal Thai Navy (through Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering). I look forward to hearing of the definite orders soon! http://www.defensemedianetwork.com/stories/south-korea's-dsme-unveils-new-frigate-proposal-for-thai-navy/ Thailand's government is thought to be interested in equipping the Royal Thai Navy (RTN) with two to three new frigates. In response to this, South Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) unveiled a new frigate concept, the stealthy DW 3000H, at the Defense & Security 2012 Trade Show in Bangkok, Thailand. ... The DW 3000H is to be multirole frigate with a focus on anti-submarine warfare (ASW). Primary weapon systems are a single Oto Melara 76 mm gun in a stealth turret, an eight-cell vertical launch system for surface-to-air missiles – very likely the ESSM, eight surface-to-surface missiles – most likely American-built Harpoons or the equivalent Korean-built SSM-700K in two quad launchers located amidships, two 30 mm MSI DS30 guns fitted atop the hangar deck and a Phalanx close-in weapon system that is mounted one deck higher. A pair of decoy launchers is also fitted.
mr. t
19/3/2012
07:44
Good info Mr.T, Cheers
cockerhoop
18/3/2012
22:51
There's some more news about the US Navy order for Iraq that uses MSI guns: http://www.defensemedianetwork.com/stories/u-s-shipbuilders-play-key-role-in-iraq%E2%80%99s-maritime-security/ The two Riverhawk boats were due to be delivered in 2011, but now will be in early 2012. There's also news about the swiftships. Boats 10-12 are due to be released in May 2012 and the options on boats 13-15 are due to be "definitized" in due course: http://www.defensemedianetwork.com/stories/u-s-shipbuilders-play-key-role-in-iraq%E2%80%99s-maritime-security/2/ I'm not sure when MSI recognises revenue, but the change in delivery dates may have an effect. But it's good to hear the options on the extra 3 boats are expected.
mr. t
15/3/2012
23:35
Global MSI has installed an innovative new canopy at Petts Wood Sheel service station: http://global-msi.com/http:/global-msi.com/shell-petts-wood-%E2%80%93-global-msi-supplies-canopy-corporate-image-signs According to the article, it takes a third of the time to install, costs less, uses local labour, is better quality and reduces the risks of installation accidents. It is, of course, pr spin. But still nice to read.
mr. t
14/3/2012
12:10
On the move again. The director paid 294.5p for his shares last week so investors now can still pay roughly the same price.
rivaldo
09/3/2012
13:26
Cheers OOS - all PR is good PR I s'pose, even if it's not much :o))
rivaldo
07/3/2012
22:30
It must be true its in the Mail!! 06 Mar MS International PLC MSI Michael Bell 7,000 @ 294.50p £20,615.00 Stormy!! :-)
onlyonestorm
07/3/2012
07:46
Indeed OOS. Can't see any coverage of the director buying in the newspapers. Plus ca change! OT : I had another bluey yesterday in FSJ, who produced great results. Also ISAble like MSI. Worth a look as another reliable grower imho.
rivaldo
06/3/2012
22:47
Well I beat you Greenroom78 I had two in the blue MSI & albeit by 0.2p Dunelm LOL! rivaldo - there does appear a repeated pattern! Good Luck Stormy
onlyonestorm
06/3/2012
17:17
At least I have one blue today. Good to see further director support and its back to the level when I bought it.
greenroom78
06/3/2012
15:42
He obviously couldn't wait until the new ISA season :o)) Previous director buying here in the past has always led to further good news and share price advances - as can be seen from the chart in the header. Given the last RNS there's no reason why this should be any different, especially when the director buying is reported tomorrow etc.
rivaldo
06/3/2012
15:11
Indeed: http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=201203061454067980Y Except it's over £20,000 worth - that's nearly two ISA allowances .... and he already had over four millions shares!
gorse
06/3/2012
14:27
Director April ISA buys next!!
onlyonestorm
06/3/2012
13:50
Off we go again - a little bit of interest goes a long way with this stock.
rivaldo
05/3/2012
11:26
Inching upwards - the long-term chart in the header looks beautiful.
rivaldo
01/3/2012
08:38
A little bit of coverage...:o)) http://www.insidermedia.com/insider/yorkshire/66404-msi-confident-full-year/ "MSI confident for full-year Last updated: 22nd Feb 2012 at 07:59am | | MS International (MSI) has reiterated its confidence about full-year performance after building on a "compelling" start. In November, MSI said it was confident about the full year outlook. In a statement, executive chairman Michael Bell said: "Pleasingly, that confidence prevails with the anticipated outcome becoming progressively more assured." Bell added that all three divisions of the Doncaster-based engineering business, defence, forgings and petrol station superstructures, were performing "encouragingly" and in line with expectations. For the six months to 29 October, MSI reported pre-tax profit of £4.1m on sales of £27.9m – up from £25.3m in 2010."
rivaldo
29/2/2012
09:08
Wish I'd never forking found it now.... :o)) Nice 3k buy at 285 has sent the price up 5p. Imagine what would happen with a tip or any decent buying interest before the final results. I'm still going for 35p-40p EPS, with a cash pile which could be anywhere between £10m and £13m and maybe even more.
rivaldo
27/2/2012
18:02
rivaldo, nice to know you have been "FORKING" around mate, this could be a real "LIFT"!! mikepompeyfan , well goggled we should be soon "FORGING" ahead!! Sorry couldn't stop myself!! Stormy
onlyonestorm
27/2/2012
14:05
Nice find rivaldo. Out of curiosity l googled forklift arms and this came out top :-) http://msi-forks.com/msi.htm Also from annual report - 'Forgings', we perceive, may be moving into a period of more sustainable recovery and currently the value of orders on hand is twice that of a year ago. Productivity improvements achieved within the plants and an increased flow of orders, week by week, are indicating a firmer basis for a prospective upturn in results this year. Now we know what they were talking about.
mikepompeyfan
27/2/2012
12:39
It'll be boom time for MSI Forks at present according to the Times today: http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/business/industries/industrials/article3332547.ece "Forklift battalions roll into action as online shopping spreads across Britain The rise of the dark store has transformed retailing over the past decade Robert Lea Industrial Editor Last updated February 27 2012 12:01AM It is the shining beacon of an otherwise moribund retail landscape: e-commerce. With the exponential rise of internet shopping has come a boom in the sales of forklift trucks to manage the warehouses that work 24 hours a day to fulfil online orders. Last year forklift truck sales in the UK rose 20 per cent. While sales of forklifts to Britain's resurgent car manufacturing industry grew by 26 per cent, sales of pallet trucks typically used by retailers and warehouses leapt 50 per cent. According to James Clark, secretary-general of the British Industrial Truck Association which collated the figures, the market is likely to continue strongly to outpace GDP this year with the growth of superwarehouses and the "dark stores" that stand behind 21st-century retailers. "Warehouse and distribution centre capacity will expand to support supermarket store openings and the transition of other retailers to greater reliance on e-commerce," said Mr Clark. The rise of the dark store, in which a customer never sets foot but from which staff fill online orders, has become the retail story of the past decade with the rise of the likes of Amazon and the internet-only supermarket, Ocado. Tesco has opened its fourth dark store - its most automated to date - in North London. Online sales now account for £1 in every £8 spent in Britain and continue to rise at more than 13 per cent a year, compared with the flat sales seen on the high street. "While retail is suffering in general, e-commerce is more than compensating and that is why there is optimism," said Tim Waples, UK director of Doosan, the Korean forklift truck manufacturer. "Supermarkets are needing more forklifts." There are about 250,000 forklift trucks in Britain and sales are running at 26,000 a year. In warehouses they can range from smaller electric pallet trucks costing about £5,000 to high-lift units at more than £80,000. Forklift trucks in the largest distribution centres can be numbered in their hundreds. etc"
rivaldo
20/2/2012
16:50
I bet Michael Bell's great company on a night out. You'd never get him to stop talking would you ;-) ps I get the impression he'd love to take the company private so he wouldn't have to make any announcements at all !
mikepompeyfan
20/2/2012
15:27
Mmm, I only popped out to Wickes, glad you kept your eye on things Rivaldo!!! Stormy PS - Couldnt resist it, topped up!!
onlyonestorm
20/2/2012
14:57
Yes, with MSI it's possible that the shorter the RNS the better it is :o)) There's no need to say any more than that each of the 3 divisions is doing very well - there's no mention of anything being "subdued" as in prior RNS's. The Balance Sheet is obviously also strong, and I suppose at the year end we'll see how much of a cash pile there is. No wonder the director bought more shares in December.
rivaldo
20/2/2012
14:41
It's almost like they think they're paying for the RNS by the word....... It's obviously upbeat - but somewhat short on detail.
cockerhoop
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