Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sabien Tech. LSE:SNT London Ordinary Share GB00B1FPCD38 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.21p 0.20p 0.22p 0.21p 0.21p 0.21p 100,000 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 0.5 -1.7 -2.3 - 0.40

Sabien Technology Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/6/2018
11:06
Quite a bit of activity here over the past two weeks with 52m shares being traded over that period. That trading volume is equivalent to 27% of the total number of shares in issue. Also a new contract announced today "a new contract, as principal contractor and supplier for the installation of its M2G product, of £151,683.The order will be recognised as sales revenue during Q1 of the financial year ending 30 June 2019. The client, based in Scotland, awarded the contract after piloting M2G in its property estate in 2017/18." Hardly earth shattering but it does indicate that they are still trying to plough a furrow and develop a business model that might be able to turn them into a profitable company. Obviously time will tell but they will need quite a few more contracts quite soon if this is going to transpire ! Our prior visiting troll claimed that the product had no utility and was effectively bad for boilers. GeoffCapes 12 Mar '18 - 576: If you reduce dry cycling on a boiler there will be a build up of moisture in the firebox. As we all know water and iron aren't best mates. This will lead to rust. Rust isn't a good thing in a boiler, this will invalidate every single warranty on any boiler it is installed on. Still think it is a good product? Therefore it is very strange that this Scottish customer awarded them the contract "after piloting M2G in its property estate in 2017/18." Unless they are totally foolish and negligent, it would appear that they believe that the product really works and that they will derive financial benefit from installing it.
masurenguy
06/6/2018
15:20
Can anyone confirm that SNT have been dropped by Kier as a source of income? Sorry, potential source. I don't see much in the way of any income for this pup.
geoffcapes
16/5/2018
14:01
Agree Geoff not looking good ! No news on fresh orders- trials
johnyo
14/5/2018
23:03
Masurenguy26 Mar '18 - 07:54 - 582 of 583 0 1 0 Looks like the very last throw of the dice here ! 2 months since the last throw of the dice and no big orders to show for things. No new clients. Lawsuits in the wings (allegedly). Dropped by the only big company who were (kind of) championing their kit for a better product. I wonder how long this pup can keep borrowing without giving anything back? The last loan must have almost run out.
geoffcapes
26/3/2018
09:36
The final nail in the coffin will be coming soon I reckon. To borrow that amount of money and not come up with some major orders will mean the financial institutions which are propping this dog up will finally lose patience. 400 grand. That would mean that they need to sell (rather than trial) at least 160 units. I doubt anyone is silly enough to buy 1, let alone 160!
geoffcapes
26/3/2018
09:33
26 Mar '18 - 07:54 - 582 of 583 0 1 0 Looks like the very last throw of the dice here ! RNS Number : 8391I Sabien Technology Group PLC 26 March 2018 £400,000 Fundraise at Premium Sabien Technology Group plc is pleased to announce that Peterhouse Corporate Finance Limited has raised gross proceeds of £400,000 via the placing of 80,000,000 new ordinary shares with new and existing investors, at a price of 0.5p (the "Placing Price") per Placing Share. The Placing has been completed at a 25% premium to the closing mid-market price on 22 March 2018 of 0.4p. Appointment of Broker Sabien is also pleased to announce that it has appointed Peterhouse Corporate Finance Limited as Sole Broker to the Company, effective immediately. Admission of the Placing Shares Once issued, the Placing shares will rank pari passu with the Company's existing ordinary shares. Application will be made for the Placing Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM ("Admission") and it is expected that such Admission will become effective on or around 29 March 2018. Director's Participation A Director has agreed to subscribe for Placing Shares in the Placing at the Placing Price as per the table below (the "Director's Participation"): Bruce Gordon - Chairman: 30,000,000: 15.8% Total Holding: 44,768,479: 23.54% Following Admission, there will be 190,254,867 Ordinary Shares in issue. The figure of 190,254,867 Ordinary Shares may be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, Sabien under the Disclosure and Transparency Rules. Looks like he is finally seeing the bigger picture here! Last one out turn the lights off?
geoffcapes
26/3/2018
08:29
30 Mill shares acquired by dir with 23% equity now - decent amount of shares -
tomboyb
26/3/2018
07:54
Looks like the very last throw of the dice here ! RNS Number : 8391I Sabien Technology Group PLC 26 March 2018 £400,000 Fundraise at Premium Sabien Technology Group plc is pleased to announce that Peterhouse Corporate Finance Limited has raised gross proceeds of £400,000 via the placing of 80,000,000 new ordinary shares with new and existing investors, at a price of 0.5p (the "Placing Price") per Placing Share. The Placing has been completed at a 25% premium to the closing mid-market price on 22 March 2018 of 0.4p. Appointment of Broker Sabien is also pleased to announce that it has appointed Peterhouse Corporate Finance Limited as Sole Broker to the Company, effective immediately. Admission of the Placing Shares Once issued, the Placing shares will rank pari passu with the Company's existing ordinary shares. Application will be made for the Placing Shares to be admitted to trading on AIM ("Admission") and it is expected that such Admission will become effective on or around 29 March 2018. Director's Participation A Director has agreed to subscribe for Placing Shares in the Placing at the Placing Price as per the table below (the "Director's Participation"): Bruce Gordon - Chairman: 30,000,000: 15.8% Total Holding: 44,768,479: 23.54% Following Admission, there will be 190,254,867 Ordinary Shares in issue. The figure of 190,254,867 Ordinary Shares may be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, Sabien under the Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
masurenguy
13/3/2018
23:44
"Can it be argued that this is a great company with great prospects?" Hmm......rather curious first post here. Exactly who is actually attempting to make that case ?
masurenguy
13/3/2018
20:25
Some cold hard facts might be worthwhile; 1. Company listed at £0.52 2. Share price currently £0.005. £13m of shareholders funds up in smoke 3. Failed business model 4. Out of cash (again!) 5. Chairman forced by Nomad to announce he will offer life support Can it be argued that this is a great company with great prospects?
4nca
12/3/2018
17:06
That's enough - you can set up your own thread where you can continue to troll as often as you like!
masurenguy
12/3/2018
15:52
Masurenguy - No boiler manufacturer will ever put an anti dry cycling product (such as M2G) on a boiler. Why? you may ask. As boilers need to dry cycle. If you reduce dry cycling on a boiler there will be a build up of moisture in the firebox. As we all know water and iron aren't best mates. This will lead to rust. Rust isn't a good thing in a boiler, this will invalidate every single warranty on any boiler it is installed on. Still think it is a good product? Ask yourself why when the RE:FIT programme for ALL schools in London (initially apparently this will be extended across the country) was set up and contracts signed why Sabien weren't even considered? That's about 10,000 M2G's if Sabien had got the contract. They didn't. The opposition did.
geoffcapes
12/3/2018
15:34
Johnyo - the product clearly works but in a low cost oil and gas environment many potential customers have less incentive to install it. They have also been unsuccessful to date in getting any of the boiler manufacturers to incorporate it into new manufactured product. The other major problem that they have relates to their business model where there is a one-off sale per installation and no recurring revenue thereafter. They are dependent upon achieving regular multiple installation orders which clearly have not been happening over the past couple of years. At one time it appeared that a reasonable level of growing sales volume could be developed on a distribution basis through trade outlets in the UK and via distributors elsewhere but this rapidly tailed off. To date, their alternative strategy - free trial - as opposed to outright purchase has not proven to be successful and now they are trying a rental option which I have considerable doubts about too. The real issue here is whether this is a viable niche stand alone business in its own right or whether it should be part of a range of boiler/heating products that are marketed by another organisation with a broad product range in this sector. I think they are currently in the last chance saloon as a niche marketing operation and that the next 12 months will be crucial in terms of their ultimate fate.
masurenguy
12/3/2018
15:04
Some Fair points made Geoff ! You may well be correct.However CEO Obrien and 7/8 investment companies have got what was a significant investment in SNT.Geoff they surely all can't be clueless about the product ?
johnyo
12/3/2018
12:53
Just for real balance. You have made 18 negative posts - a very clear pattern of deramping by more or less repeating the same things over and over again - during the past 13 months. During that time you have never posted on any other company thread, only this one, so clearly you have an agenda here. TEL11 first appeared here 4 days ago. The post you quote is the only one out of the 4 that he made on that day which ramps the share so no pattern has yet appeared here. timeforchange also first appeared here 4 days ago and has made 3 posts, 1 of which could be regarded as a ramp. He also posts on many other ADVFN company threads so again no ramping pattern has yet appeared here. I would draw your attention again to the last sentence in my post #571 above.
masurenguy
12/3/2018
12:08
Just for Balance. TEL118 Mar '18 - 15:47 - 550 of 571 0 0 1 1 Share traded earlier, it be over 250% soon :-) timeforchange8 Mar '18 - 22:11 - 564 of 571 0 1 1 Speak to you tomorrow when this has bagged.. And we can talk about your view on the fundamentals mate. I think there is a good story here... so happy to hold..
geoffcapes
12/3/2018
11:40
Nobody here is ramping this stock. You've repeated the same points over and over and over again. That is trolling and if it continues I will just resort to banning you from this thread
masurenguy
12/3/2018
11:33
Isn't that no different from the same repetition of people saying this company is great, they're doing great things, these will bag! etc etc etc. When the facts say the exact opposite? Surely I am the one giving balance to the ramping of the companies prospects?
geoffcapes
12/3/2018
10:47
Okay - you've made the same points yet again and this repetition is now enough. Time for you to move on. The purpose of this thread is to debate the company's prospects and that isn't served by an individual poster just constantly either ramping or deramping.
masurenguy
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