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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
React Group Plc LSE:REAT London Ordinary Share GB00BZ2JBG28 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.00 0.95 1.05 1.00 1.00 1.00 502,775 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 3.3 -2.0 0.7 1.5 5

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/10/2020
16:46
you back again worrying about us did you manage to buy some shares today yump/troll whatever you call yourself if no then just MOVE ON
zico01
08/10/2020
16:08
You can see which RNS's they think are material: 400K over 35 weeks announced May 350K over 5 weeks announced July Both much more significant than 300K over 5 years. No way of really getting at the other non-RNS tenders except by spending time on Google searching.
yump
08/10/2020
11:39
Just Tweeted, says it all reallyAs demand for our services is growing, we need to expand and find new ways of working. That's why we're looking to add to our partner network of #SubContractor cleaning specialists #PartnerProgramme #CleaningPartner #SpecialistCleaning #REAT bit.ly/3ixXsWe
investographer
08/10/2020
11:12
It is important to keep winning / renewing contracts small or large they all add up. It's a good find by rivaldo because the company did not issue an rns on this contract.There probably will be other contracts the company has not issued rns's. The company will be issuing a trading update very soon it will be interesting to see what information they provide other than the numbers which in my opinion will be excellent.
zico01
08/10/2020
10:37
Yes Ged, a great find, a small contract that gives React Group greater exposure that may lead to larger contract wins.They should be ahead of market expectations (Allenby forecasts)
investographer
08/10/2020
10:10
Sikhthetech, TBH I thought it was a good find because I hadn't thought about doing a search to bring up that information (I have since done that for my own satisfaction) so well done Rivaldo. You know we all like a bit of affirmation so when someone does something I haven't thought about I like to thank them. By the way, two points:- You addressed me in an earlier post. I didn't reply because it didn't make sense. You keep going on about the rail franchise. I thanked you for bringing it up and I told you I had asked the question to Shaun Doak. I suggest you do the same. I think it loses impact if you keep repeating yourself.
ged5
08/10/2020
09:53
Rivaldo, "£300k over 5 years" £300k over 5 years(£60k/year) 4 hours response time, 6 days a week, 365 days a year for 5 years, 3 forces across 2 counties.. Northamptonshire Police, Northamptonshire Fire/Rescue, Nottinghamshire Police. Why is it nice? Investo/Ged, Why is it an amazing find? It just goes to prove that public bodies don't pay much for cleaning services. Now Rail Franchises have been abolished, I expect future rail contracts, after transition, to go the same way.
sikhthetech
08/10/2020
09:47
troll with your permission I like to post this part from the above article again !!! REACT has been providing deep cleaning and decontamination services for various train operators throughout the pandemic. As well as regular deep cleans, it has been called on to provide decontamination within 4 h when staff members or passengers displayed symptoms of infection. This was undertaken by specially trained operatives with specialist equipment and suitable PPE.
zico01
08/10/2020
09:19
troll i'm sure one of these days you will MOVE ON your just a bit thickinthehead
zico01
08/10/2020
09:07
troll why are you so concerned your not invested in this company you do not own any shares my advice to you as many times before is to MOVE ON
zico01
08/10/2020
08:53
Zico Why don’t you learn how to use a bb ? Just post a summary and a link. Surely thats not beyond you. Unless blocking out other investors is your thing.
yump
08/10/2020
08:13
Read about how we provide deep cleaning and decontamination services to train operators, aimed squarely at supporting a safe return to rail @RailbusinessUK @TrainCarriageCleaning #KeepWorking #SpecialistCleaning #REAT railwaygazette.com/uk/decontamina...
investographer
08/10/2020
07:57
Decontamination to support a safe return to rail 7 October 2020 UK: Recognising ‘a clear anxiety and resistance of the public to step out of the comfort of their homes following five months in lockdown’, REACT Specialist Cleaning has put forward a series of recommendations for enhanced cleaning routines that it hopes will help rail operators to restore passenger confidence. According to Operations Manager Dave Rudge, ‘it is crucial to reduce the risk of exposure to Covid-19 as the UK slowly begins to get back on public transport. Train operators in particular must take precautions to ensure both the public and employees are kept safe, with a focus on cleaning, hygiene and infection control to provide greater protection from SARS-CoV-19.’ REACT has been providing deep cleaning and decontamination services for various train operators throughout the pandemic. As well as regular deep cleans, it has been called on to provide decontamination within 4 h when staff members or passengers displayed symptoms of infection. This was undertaken by specially trained operatives with specialist equipment and suitable PPE. Three-step methodology ‘Rail operators must look to adopt more rigorous cleaning methods to ensure the protection of both their staff and the public as the UK looks to return to more “normal” lifestyles’, Rudge explains. ‘Whilst deep cleaning does not necessarily need to be a part of everyday schedules, it is crucial to complete an initial professional and thorough clean of the entire train, followed by consistent, regular cleaning with the most effective disinfectants.’; He recommends a three-step approach to ensure an ‘effective and consistent’ regime: clean, disinfect and test. First, all areas should be cleaned with a pH neutral solution, such as hot soapy water, to remove lingering dirt, dust and oils which can absorb the virus. Then a virucidal disinfectant is applied to high-touch areas such as tables, handles, door buttons, arm rests and toilets, using products certified to be effective in disabling coronaviruses similar to SARS-CoV-2. However, Rudge warns that many disinfectants contain quaternary ammonium or chlorine compounds which are potentially harmful and may cause damage or create a different kind of health hazard, such as skin irritation and breathing issues. He recommends the use of environmentally-friendly disinfectants as a safer alternative which can be just as effective. ULV fogging of an entire train using a certified sanitiser is seen as the most effective way to protect against coronaviruses, whilst taking care to avoid sensitive areas such as electrical equipment. Foggers are able to cover larger areas rapidly, and the disinfectant has greater surface contact time to destroy any threats that may be present. However, ULV foggers deliver disinfectant droplets ranging from 10 to 120 µm, and should only be used with products that are safe for use in the presence of people when adjusted to levels below 80 µm. Rudge says Adenosine Triphosphate testing is ‘the most useful way of testing the efficacy and thoroughness of the cleaning regimes in place’. Thus is done by wiping a swab across the surface, inserting it into an active substance and then measuring the output on a hand-held ‘luminatorR17;. This indicates how much bacterial, virucidal or cleaning residue has been left on the surface. ATP testing is strongly recommended for high-touch areas, as a way of provide confidence that the cleaning regimes in place are as effective as possible. Looking ahead, he reports that REACT is continuing to test new technologies for use in the rail sector, including new-to-market chemicals and the use of UVC light for disinfecting.
zico01
08/10/2020
07:42
Amazing find Rivaldo, good to see them winning these contracts
investographer
08/10/2020
07:27
That 100,000 sell first thing was actually a buy from me ... just topping up at what will look a very decent price in future months.
superhoop2
08/10/2020
07:25
Wow Rivaldo, that's some find, thank you. Interesting that the process took ten months to be awarded. Now it would be very interesting if they were working on that £2.9M tender from the same place! Or what about that EPSO tender for £50M. Now what was I saying about chasing rainbows?
ged5
08/10/2020
06:57
Thanks rivaldo excellent find the company is probably winning a lot of tenders with out issuing rns looking forward to that trading update !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
zico01
08/10/2020
06:14
Contract win from last month not posted here before: Http://bidstats.uk/tenders/2020/W36/734265432 £300k over 5 years is nice, secure income going forward and an example of how REAT can build up its annual recurring revenues from an already impressive 50% or so. This win is for specialist decontamination cleaning services for Northamptonshire police and fire and rescue, which is an encouraging variation on REAT's core sectors. And it seems to be a new customer too, so there's lots more business to be won judging by the other tenders on the site.
rivaldo
07/10/2020
22:28
Well over 2p soon, imho
ny boy
07/10/2020
21:04
Did they forget what account they were logged in as ?
oapknob1
07/10/2020
20:30
Absolutely. Despite posting some positives (shock horror), I haven't bought, because I sold at the spike and although the stable chart was tempting, the previous spike and the placees at 1.5p will product a lot of resistance, unless there is one humdinger of an update. I doubt that will occur because there haven't actually been any exciting material contract announcements. Looks like steady expansion to me. I think a placing a big acquisition and the start of some serious PR is quite likely, to keep the placees happy. There's always something imaginatively positive to talk about with a significant acquisition.
yump
07/10/2020
18:50
That's a very nice 2-day (so far) move. Judging from the comments, posters here account for quite a bit of the buying. I've taken a bit of profit today (sold about 30% of my holding), given the current spike and the rollercoaster that came between my buying in and today. Hopefully this is the start of another major up-swing, but in the absence of numbers from the company it feels it is a bit dependent on "sentiment".
1gw
07/10/2020
17:29
sikhthethick has never bought or has any intention of buying the shares The company will be growing its revenue and profits for several years at least and in doing so the share price will be significantly higher. some comments from its latest blog from Monday ; It would be fair to say that 2020 has been a surprising and worrying year for everyone. We’ve all had to get used to new ways of working, travelling and interacting socially. Perhaps less surprisingly, demand for cleaning services has increased, with the emphasis on making workspaces and public spaces Covid-safe. We work with several large Tier 1 or blue-chip organisations, mainly in the healthcare, judiciary, rail, road and social housing sectors. We also support many large facilities management companies. And over the course of 2020, we’ve seen increased demand for our services. Many organisations now need to undertake deep cleaning and decontamination to focus on infection control and keeping Covid-safe. We already have a roster of work from a large community of Tier 1 & Blue-chip organisations, and this list is growing all the time. The above points to a very positive trading update for year just ended.
zico01
07/10/2020
16:44
Should've asked if you had bought in or topped up yet. Sorry.So much work they have a Partner Programme Like the "growing specialist cleaning and decontamination business" below."Growth in a challenging timeREACT is a growing specialist cleaning & decontamination business. We work with several large Tier 1 or blue-chip organisations, mainly in the healthcare, judiciary, rail, road and social housing sectors. We also support many large facilities management companies." But "The Trains The Trains"
oapknob1
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