Royal Mail Dividends - RMG

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Royal Mail Plc RMG London Ordinary Share GB00BDVZYZ77 Royal Mail Plc
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-3.70 -1.55% 235.60 16:35:11
Close Price Low Price High Price Open Price Previous Close
235.60 229.00 236.80 236.30 239.30
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lefrene: CC, the scale of RMG is so large that small inefficiencies get hugely magnified. The last time I checked they had over 40,000 vehicles, you only have to waste £1 a day by poor use of those, to see potential profit vanish.
thewheeliedealer: Hi all, My mate Peter @Conkers3 and myself did a ‘Twin Petes Investing’ Podcast a few days ago and part of our discussion includes RMG which I hold. We also chatted about loads of other Stocks and Ideas for research, and the outlook for Markets and as usual a fair bit of educational stuff with regards to Investing which this week included the concept of ‘Badwill’ and a lot on how we seek out ‘under the radar’ stocks. Anyway, if you use Apple, Audioboom, Overcast or Spotify you can find it under the 'Conkers Corner' Channel (you want Podcast TPI 34) and you can find it on Soundcloud at the link below. I hope you enjoy it and find it useful, Cheers, WD @wheeliedealer hTTps://
geckotheglorious: RMG would be fine IF those it competes with in the parcel side of the business ALSO had to deliver less profitable letters... As it is RMG gets lumbered and with no junk mail(enjoying the absence of such tbh) its one way decline here...and parcel competitors aren't lumbered with such. Hardly that level playing field EU constantly harps on about!!!! Who are RMG's competitors..mostly European aren't they?
brut winky: so, when you look at RMG they have nothing to do at all with actual post offices, RMG are just the delivery vas and soting offices. I wonder who actually owns the buldings as in most towns they are attached. I Never read it before it was copied and pasted, now i can see why others complain about the monopoly, it make a funny situtaion really for anyone who wanted to bid for RMG anfd i notice he has stooped buying, looks like it was a value based invetsment rather than a bid.
arbus5000: This isn't a bull trap it's a short squeeze. The vast majority of comments here bang on about working conditions at rmg, whilst it's valuation mostly reflects that of GLS. Rmg just needs to bring GLS to deliver parcels in the UK, and Bob is your uncle!
lefrene: netcurtains, WIn and RMG are too completely different types of business, the only thing they have in common is that they operate trucks from large buildings, but the work they do is totally different. It's possible RMG have more legacy real estate assets? RMG has been running mail at a loss for years, and without it it would be profitable. IMO RMG has been shorted in order for shares to be accumulated at a lower price by someone who wants to get on the Board. That short being closed imv is what moved the price yesterday, and I would expect to see a holdings rns soon. The way to extract value is to separate the parcels operation from the mail, and just let the mail company go bust. At which point common sense can step in and the mail side allowed to operate as a business, instead of a gold plated social service.
lefrene: And a troll might have an agenda. There's much room in RMG for improvement and profit, perhaps today's price move reflects somebody having completed their acquisitions at a lower price, and now closed their shorts? RMG would be quite a prize for a proper commercial operator to reform.
lefrene: clocko, I built up an agency, employing circa 200 drivers without a single road accident, I have a very wide range of experience across many transport companies and worked out of three RMG depots, one of them with circa 100 units. I know the culture can change a bit depot to depot depending on the individual personalities, and indeed one depot (Swindon) improved quite a bit when a young man became a joint transport manager. However that depot largely has a different kind of work compared to others, although round at the mail centre, that was pretty much par for the course. At Swindon I discovered overlapping journeys, with an artic coming in from NDC and then departing with a handful of yorks to SWRDC, before returning to NDC empty. When running just 15 minutes behind it an artic comes in from PRDC, tips most of the load, and runs to base at SWRDC with a handful of yorks. No genius seemed to have ever noticed this, when one could simply tip the NDC wagon completely at Swindon, thus it could return to NDC, and then put his handful of SWRDC bound yorks onto the wagon running 15 minutes behind it. Saving a good 100 miles and about 3 hours labour. In the real world of commercial trucking these sort of oversights simply don't happen, but in RMG it would seem common. I can only guess it's because each depot gets rewarded by mileage being logged?
lefrene: JoeSay, The parts come out of an automated warehouse in Leicester, which is not run by RMG. Various hauliers collected from this warehouse, presumably trunking to RMG depots? Everything is in standard grey plastic boxes, each postcoded for the end delivery. The Bristol area had it's own British Gas, RMG/Parcel Force depot at Yate, a secure unmarked building. The loads are collected about 9pm from Leicester, delivered to Yate about midnight, and then broken down to individual van loads for early morning distribution. I believe other gas/plumbing firms were serviced from the same site, ie the goods from the Leicester warehouse were not 100% exclusive to BG.
lefrene: Creditrunchies, the tragedy is that RMG could swiftly be highly profitable if only it were allowed to operate like a commercial business. Dump having to carry other peoples mail at a loss, and stop everyday deliveries to remote rural places. It's one company that actually has a valid claim for government compensation since it's so hamstrung by government edicts. The Parcel Force side unhampered by Gov edicts is highly efficient, it's the hamstrung mail side that struggles. Having seen the inside of so much of the mail/parcel industry I do know that RMG provide a far higher quality of service than any of the others. It could be very profitable if only freed from Gov impositions, and a bit of tinkering with some of the detail. Perhaps once the country is free from the control of Brussels office clerks, RMG might be able to drop carrying Dutch and German competitors mail at a loss, incidentally both countries who only permit THEIR NATIONALS to carry mail. RMG can't go to Germany or Holland and operate a mail business, they have tried to! One can see from how Parcel Force operates that there are at least a few switched on people in the depths of RMG, but they must fight an uphill struggle everyday, with the civil service 'jobsworth' types in there.
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