Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Restore Plc LSE:RST London Ordinary Share GB00B5NR1S72 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.50 0.44% 344.00 90,760 16:35:23
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
335.00 350.00 342.50 342.50 342.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 215.60 27.80 15.30 22.5 432
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:59:45 O 1,857 344.1721 GBX

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Restore Daily Update: Restore Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RST. The last closing price for Restore was 342.50p.
Restore Plc has a 4 week average price of 330p and a 12 week average price of 330p.
The 1 year high share price is 496p while the 1 year low share price is currently 282.50p.
There are currently 125,654,025 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 202,507 shares. The market capitalisation of Restore Plc is £432,249,846.
cwa1: Invesco increasing:-
lenzcrafter: Looks like a good solid share to me. I will be watching from the side lines to start with.
cwa1: Reasonably upbeat update this morning(though it doesn't appear anyone is interested ;-)):- Charles Bligh, CEO, commented: "We started 2020 very strongly and after COVID-19 impacted activity, we quickly shifted the business to focus on three priorities - Customers, Staff and The Bounceback. The entire team worked incredibly hard and I am delighted that over the year customer satisfaction increased across all business units based on surveys and direct customer feedback. As a result, we believe customer churn will be very low and loyalty driving new business will be strong. Staff wellbeing and safety was a top priority and based on the annual employee survey in November we experienced a significant 10% increase in staff engagement. Throughout the year we continued to prioritise decisions based on ensuring that we recover strongly, and we can see these strong green shoots in the H2 results which underpin our confidence for 2021. We achieved a very strong financial result, in line and in some cases above market expectations, and I am especially pleased that we continued to improve the financial strength of the company with lower net debt over the year. With this strength and our disciplined growth strategy we will remain at the forefront of shaping our markets in the coming years and will deliver a substantial increase in profits and shareholder value."
cwa1: Interesting but would be helpful if we could be nice if we could get a handle on the cost:- 12 January 2021 Restore plc ("Restore" or the "Group" or "Company") Restore Technology acquisition of Computer Disposals Ltd Restore Technology becomes the number one IT recycling business in the UK Restore plc (AIM: RST), the UK market leading document management, commercial relocation and IT recycling business, is pleased to announce that it acquired 100% of the share capital of Computer Disposals Ltd ("CDL"), a leading IT recycling and asset disposition (ITAD) business based in Runcorn, UK, on 8 January 2021. Following this acquisition, Restore Technology becomes the number one IT recycling business in the UK market which is large, growing and heavily fragmented. The addition of CDL, together with the Group's acquisition of E-Recycling Limited, previously announced on 2 November 2020, further improves Restore's network coverage, scale and potential for synergy. This acquisition represents another milestone in Restore's strategy for growth outlined in the Capital Markets Day in November 2020. Restore's strategy is to grow earnings through organic expansion, strategic acquisition and margin improvement through synergies and efficiency gains. CDL operates from a state-of-the-art facility in Runcorn, Cheshire. This additional facility will provide further capacity for Restore's operations in the North West of England and complements Restore Technology's existing sites in Birmingham, Bedford, Bristol, Portsmouth and Dunsfold. CDL has an extensive UK wide customer base and operates through both direct relationships and the IT Reseller channel, which represents a key strategic growth area for the business. Key management and over 80 staff will remain in the business which will be integrated into Restore Technology during 2021. CDL is a well invested, highly profitable and cash generative business and is expected to generate revenues of approximately GBP8m and EBIT of more than GBP2m per annum in the medium term. Charles Bligh, CEO, commented on the acquisition: "CDL is one of the most respected operators in the market and after several years of discussions we are delighted that they have decided to become part of our fast-growing company. Restore Technology is now comfortably the UK market leader in the recycling of IT assets and with the addition of a major new site in the North West, we have increased our scale and created greater opportunity to grow, both organically and with additional acquisitions in the future."
cwa1: Not big news but hopefully worth a mention:- Sustainability industry award win Restore plc (AIM: RST), the UK market leading document management, commercial relocation and IT recycling business, is pleased to announce that the Group's Datashred business unit has won 'Paper Recycling Business of the Year' at the prestigious Awards for Excellence in Recycling and Waste Management 2020. The award highlights that Datashred's UK-wide, sector-leading customer service (as per Trustpilot), combined with the communications and detailed reporting, which allows its customers to manage their own sustainability and environmental footprint, have positioned the Group as the best in the sector. Charles Bligh, CEO, commented: "I am delighted we have won this prestigious industry award. It highlights the scale and efficiency of Datashred, and the quality of the service we deliver for customers every day. Restore's commitment to sustainability is at the heart of what we do, and it's fantastic to see this recognised by those at the forefront of the UK's recycling industry."
cwa1: Sounds like a sensible enough bolt on acquisition:- 2 November 2020 Restore plc ("Restore" or the "Group" or "Company") Restore Technology acquisition of E Recycling Limited Restore plc (AIM: RST), the UK market leading document management, commercial relocation and IT recycling business, is pleased to announce that it acquired 100% of the share capital of E Recycling Limited ("Euro Recycling"), a high security IT Asset Destruction (ITAD) business based in Bristol, UK, on 30(th) October 2020. Restore Technology, one of Restore's more recently developed business units, has grown rapidly to become one of the largest IT recycling and asset disposal businesses in the UK. The addition of Euro Recycling will enhance further the Group's strong position in this rapidly growing market and will provide increased access to a number of strategic sales channels and strengthen Restore's national coverage for high security asset destruction. Euro Recycling has a strong mix of strategic IT channel partner relationships and direct to customer contracts and the acquisition is in line with the strategy to grow Restore Technology through evolution of product capability, channel partnerships and provision of consistent and high quality national coverage. Key management and all the 26 staff are remaining with the business. Euro Recycling is a profitable business and is expected to generate revenues of approximately GBP2.5m per annum. By bringing Euro Recycling into the Group's market leading ITAD platform, the Board sees significant opportunity to accelerate growth. Charles Bligh, CEO, commented on the acquisition: "I am delighted with the acquisition of Euro Recycling which complements our existing capabilities in the growing high security IT destruction market. I welcome the team to Restore and with this continuity we will ensure there is a seamless transition for existing customers. Restore Technology is a significant growth driver for the Group, and we look forward to further expansion both organically and with additional acquisitions in the future."
cwa1: That is certainly quite a substantial increase by Invesco. Wonder from whom they came?
cwa1: Modest but positive:- 6 October 2020 Restore plc ("Restore" or the "Company") Director/PDMR Shareholding Restore plc (AIM: RST) announces it has been notified that, on 2 October 2020, a person closely associated with Charles Bligh, Chief Executive Officer, purchased a total of 2,551 ordinary shares of 5 pence each in the capital of the Company ("Ordinary Shares"). Following these purchases, Mr Bligh and persons closely associated with, holds a beneficial interest in a total of 26,012 Ordinary Shares.
cwa1: Trading update issued, helpfully entitled: Positive Trading Update :-)
11_percent: Rogers8, I used to hold a lot of these but sild out a few years ago.....during prolonged drop. What happened to Charlie Skinner.....who is this Charles Biigh guy. My m8 worked in the records management sector and had his own business, but sold out a few years ago. RT did bid for his company at the time, but did not win. Talk had it that the "grand plan" for RST was to grow the company through acquisition, and sell it at £5 share price It was a bunch of City guys that got together and thought of the basic "grand plan". They put Charlie Skinner in charge of it and off they went. These City guys all owned a lot of the shares. The plan worked and they made many acquisitions, and there was never a problem with money for the acquisitions, because of their City links. Charlie Skinner was famous for his drinking lifestyle (don't know about other substances) and would often arrive in the office in the morning, straight from the Clubs. Did he loose it and become an alcoholic. The worked well and the share price increased. I considered it a that it would always have a steady increase. The share price increased with monotonous regularity till the start of 2018, when it then started to decline. I gave up mid 2018....and sold out. Just started looking at it now. After "a year in the wilderness" it is back on track, and I back in. A quick look at the BoD tells me they are still a City Establishment culture company. I need to do some more research, to find out what went wrong......they seem be back on track...with the share price rising, and I assume that the plan is still to sell at £5, (don't know for sure). However, it should be noted that the share price got well over the £5 target and was nearly £6 at one point, without them having sold. The plan was not so much of a "get taken over" as "sell out". AIOM, DYOR.
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