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|Company worth about £10.|
|So the placing of extra shares of just under 50% of the of the total share in circulation means that the company is effectively valued at £1m (approx).
How long does £475,000 keep the company running?
Based on last years (2016) expenses (£2.184m), I'd say just over 2 and half months if no substantial orders are received.
If they do have sales in line with 2016, then that cash keeps them afloat for another month before another placing or them folding up.
So 3 and half months before something has to happen. It doesn't look great.|
|SLOWLY RISING BACK UP|
|The difference is, the opposition have something to put on a clapped out boiler to make it as efficient as a new one! SNT don't!
Last one out, turn the lights off!|
|crashing down like a clapped out old boiler.|
|This may just be the painful reality of getting a non-essential, new industrial product to market, that also requires trials, when its the only product you've got.
Reminds me of PDX, except these guys haven't had the hype and level of money backing them.
Better off as part of a bigger industrial group that has a portfolio of products and a set of existing contacts and customers I think. Boiler spares, industrial power, servicing or something.|
|huge day coming tomorrow|
|The Mail article is a bit odd when you think about it.
Great pipeline, good-ish idea. But the share price drops and they need constant funding.
Could it be that the reality is that the idea isn't scientifically sound, and they have rubbish salesmen?
And the true value of the company is now being shown?
I mean, anyone can say they have a great pipeline of work, but as we all know, until you have that purchase order a pipeline ain't worth diddly!|
|SNT was tipped (positively) by the Mail a few years ago so maybe they needed to update?|
|Fully agree with 530 above - Unusually negative for the Mail - to interpret (imo) Great caution - long delays - big idea may be failure -|
|It's almost suggesting you should not invest.|
|Here is the weblink.
SHARE PUNT OF THE WEEK: Sabien Technology Group
Read more: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/investing/article-4369480/SHARE-PUNT-WEEK-Sabien-Technology-Group.html#ixzz4d4nXO6Sh|
|Placing should see them thru' to the prelims, then await the next placing
or should that be rinse and repeat.|
I'm just hoping they keep the lights on for long enough for GUS to find his pen so he can sign the EIS3 certificates so I can claim some loss relief from the last (4p) placing.|
|Sounds like they are 'pleased' to be able to keep taking home a salary for the next 6 months.
That way they can look for new jobs just before the lights go out!|
|Using 'pleased' in this situation is imo, taking the p*ss out of shareholders|
|It should read-
''We are 'pleased' to have raised a paltry amount to keep the lights on, at enormous dilution to our existing supportive shareholders. Your BoD is very pleased to be able to continue for another year.
Meanwhile, we continue to hide behind our key KPI order book which has never correlated with Sales achieved before.
Once again expected orders will be H2 weighted, or later the following year so shareholders can relax knowing full well that we do not have any resistance to change.
We look forward to updating shareholders after the hopeful next placing''|
|Desperation sets in|
|Good points made gents, Hindsight maybe,but I guess I didn't look deep enough when oil was $100 barrel sales were still slow LCC as an example, free trials was last throw of the dice !Logically it's looks an inferior/ useless product as marketing & advertising can't surely be to blame imo Another one my portfolio likely bites the dust|
|imo the business model was dead in the water ages ago, because the level of sales simply is not enough, compared to the cost of getting the sales.
Considering the number of hurdles to be jumped to get industrial sales of new products, the sales that do materialise have to be nice big contracts.
Any company that has to do trials for customers, needs to have existing cash-generating products to keep it going while the trials drag on and on and the negotiations between various parties take place.
I think they haven't really owned up to themselves that the final project size is simply not enough.
If they were selling a new-fangled industrial widget through distributors it might be different.|
|Sadly yes. If there are performance issues with the product and technology after all these years then it's worthless, and explains why no other Company has come in for it.|