Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Northbridge Industrial Services LSE:NBI London Ordinary Share GB00B0SPFW38 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -0.71% 139.00p 135.00p 143.00p 140.00p 139.00p 140.00p 0 08:19:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 25.7 -4.4 -17.9 - 38.78

Northbridge Industrial Services Share Discussion Threads

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09/10/2018
12:54
Northbridge along with three other companies present at our Manchester growth company seminar on the 16th October, more details and registration here: hTTps://www.sharesoc.org/events/sharesoc-growth-company-seminar-in-manchester-16-october-2018/
sharesoc
05/10/2018
13:58
Northbridge Industrial present at our Manchester growth company seminar on the 16th October, more details and registration here: hTTps://www.sharesoc.org/events/sharesoc-growth-company-seminar-in-manchester-16-october-2018/
sharesoc
22/7/2018
20:36
Schlumberger sees oil recovery 'The US oilfield services giant, seen as a bellwether for the industry, has already benefited from a rebound in US shale and said international markets were following suit'.
countryman5
31/5/2018
10:22
AGM statement moved the share price down 2% surprised to read that they have placed an order for drilling pipe ! their oil sector turnover is a fraction of what it was...so surely they have oil drilling pipe up to their eyeballs ??!!, sitting waiting for renters (which they dont have !) so Im quite surprised to see them report that they ordered some...more ! (I guess it must be a different type, diameter or with different endings/terminations. )
smithie6
16/5/2018
17:17
I see that the MD has options over 1.1 M pnds worth of shares at the current price seems a bit heavy imho especially when he played a bit part of over endebting/gearing the co. which imo played a big part in the share price crash being so deep (buying lots of new equipment right right up to the crash in oil price) and if the share price rises if the oil price in Auz $ in Auz and the share price goes up.... then has the MD done much to deserve a bit cut/gain compared to the rest of the workers or shareholders ??
smithie6
23/1/2018
15:33
hope so too woody
alter ego
23/1/2018
15:26
Having done well out NBI in the past many moons ago I've been picking up a few over the last week or so. It may be a little premature but the oil and gas sector should improve given the rising oil price, as long as it holds. They also seem to be making some strategic changes within the business which should help and the EBITDA figure at H1 wasn't too bad given all the difficulties they've had. Not so much capex but still quite a chunk of depreciation so hopefully if the can get the WIP in order and get the receivables paid quicker we might see a decent H2 aimho woody
woodcutter
02/12/2017
04:47
Problem is that the Board has not had the expertize to be involved in the Oil and Gss biz outside of their Crestchic market. Compare the salaries paid to the book building exercise, I think with the new structuring they are better positioned to have a Cresthic competitor buy them without Tasman, and vice versa as both businesses are different. Unfortunately it seems the Board based their past acquistion strategy on "rental" businesses, without any understanding of the Oil and Gas rental business. It may be more than a slow grind, wouldn't be a happy shareholder right now, and not for a long while unless there are drastic changes at top level management.
jacktrublu
08/8/2017
15:12
Time Eric Hook took a back seat, this has been an absolute dog for the last two years, they need to look at their business and decide how the way forward is, otherwise it'll be a slow grind to zero!
bookbroker
25/4/2017
21:37
..yep..a useful warning or reminder to us all how things can change at any company doing well...( 2-3 yrs ago now)
smithie6
25/4/2017
21:25
Awful results. Definitely value to be had. Turnover is much lower than any of us expected a few years back. Not tempted back. Hold enough indirectly through WSE.
topvest
25/4/2017
10:28
This would be likely be a nice little bolt on acquisition for a larger concern in the oil and gas business, strong net tangible assets!
bookbroker
25/4/2017
10:25
To be expected Smithie, they have stabilised the business, it is at least generating cash, the bulk of the losses relate to late 2015, early 2016, this will come back, it is fundamentally a good business, simply low demand!
bookbroker
25/4/2017
10:00
...glad I kept away... The oil division having a very bad time....with little use of the kit vs the boom yrs. And load bank sales also low. Too much blah blah spin in the results imo.
smithie6
12/4/2017
10:13
Rock and Roll!
bookbroker
12/4/2017
09:34
Rock and Roll!
bookbroker
26/3/2017
17:21
...interesting political question.... If Asia offers 1000$/ Xm3 & Auz electricity generators only offer 500$ then is it fair for gas cos. to export it but then parts of Auz phps suffer power cuts ? ( surely the Govt just needs to impose bigger fines for power cuts....& electricity cos will be forced to produce more electricity to avoid cuts...if needed paying more for buying gas to achieve that & phps a law to allow to block exports short term if those m3 are needed to avoid power cuts...) (The gas is produced...just that a lot is being shipped to Asia)
smithie6
15/3/2017
09:05
There is a shortage of gas in Australia to generate electricity. A lot of gas has been found, with help from Tasman Oils, NBI subsidiary. Australian government saying that too much gas is being exported.Surely the answer is to engage Tasman oil and find more gas. Drill baby drill.
countryman5
09/3/2017
06:59
Then they need to import more!
bookbroker
09/3/2017
02:58
Reports in Australian press about shortage of gas in Western Australia.
countryman5
26/1/2017
10:26
Taken a first position in this, attracted by the chart. Has this simply been a casualty of the falling PoO, like Lamprell? How do you assess its prospects now? I also hold Lamprell, which is cash rich, but had a recently rather indifferent TU.
brucie5
12/1/2017
12:26
getting a little traction here
runwaypaul
10/1/2017
13:00
No reward without risk.
tromso1
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