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Srt Marine Systems Plc LSE:SRT London Ordinary Share GB00B0M8KM36 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 35.75 35.00 36.50 35.75 35.75 35.75 160,297 08:00:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 18.9 -6.9 -3.9 - 59

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08/1/2021
09:22
Further to the above, PI's should visit company website and view DAS under the products section. This is all part of the turnkey 'Environmental Systems' package that the company recently launched. This is aimed at ports and inland waterways around the world. The immediate markets are the EU and N America. Take up will be initially low but momentum builds when operators see the benefits of the early installations. Another very major leg of this business going forward. I suspect that the company has already been approached by Private Equity teams looking to gobble up this global technology leader. However, this is nearly like a private company where I suspect that Mr T personally knows the major shareholders of approximately half the company.
countryman5
08/1/2021
08:52
While we languish in lockdown awaiting news of contracts, some interesting browsing re the AtoN market in which SRT has been active for some years now. Countryman5 has often referred to the potential for this segment of the business, so he will no doubt be acquainted with this particular customer of SRT. SEALITE is the global leader in the design and manufacture of marine aids to navigation equipment with manufacturing and office locations in Australia, Singapore, the United Kingdom and the United States, as well as distributors servicing over 100 countries. Their website - sealite.com - gives a fascinating insight into the scale and complexities of their business. Amongst others they are suppliers to the US Coastguard and Trinity House. They are doubtless the conduit for SRT’s ambitions with these particular end customers. Sealite incorporate SRT’s transceiver modules into various products as well as stocking the complete AtoN which we would recognise from SRT’s literature. Anyway, it is well worth signing up for their Newsletter which gives some indication of current market developments. In particular the recent edition gives notice of an upcoming webinar on the Monitoring and Asset Management of AtoN. I trawled back and watched Webinar3, presented by a gentleman from US Coastguard which gives a fascinating background to AtoN and the enormous potential that AIS AtoN has for the delivery of information and data. Well worth a look, and some reassurance that we are just at the beginnings of a long upward curve for this particular segment of SRT’s business. Countryman5: I’m sure you know this already!
goodapple
06/1/2021
19:20
Thanks Yumyum-I suspect being opaque is helpful just now.
pinkfoot2
06/1/2021
13:57
Piedro, SRT could not detect such objects. Unless they had AIS transmitter fitted and when surfacing they transmitted. So...no ! Interesting story though. Thank you.
yumyum
06/1/2021
10:15
Hi pinkfoot2. All forecasts withdrawn due to covid crisis. Will be reinstated once some of the systems contracts are 'reinstated'. That is my understanding anyway.
yumyum
06/1/2021
07:49
Fisherman Catches Underwater Drone With Chinese Characteristics https://www.maritime-executive.com/article/fisherman-catches-underwater-drone-with-chinese-characteristics - would we be able to detect such objects?
piedro
05/1/2021
11:35
Anyone recall what the full year forecast is?T/o and NOP
pinkfoot2
05/1/2021
10:17
The share price is reflecting the lack of news. Perhaps some investors don't believe the contracts will now be signed before the year end?
2vdm
03/1/2021
14:22
Good to see that Bahrain is very close to the top of the covid vaccination rate statistics. I'm mildly surprised that Saudi doesn't show up. https://ourworldindata.org/covid-vaccinations
supernumerary
03/1/2021
13:17
There aren't any projected numbers. Saudi has just lifted its recent travel ban, but arrivals from e.g. the UK have to spend 14 days elsewhere before being allowed entry. Kuwait is similar, but Bahrain opened yesterday. Re milestones reached, I don't see why some of the Philippines ones would not be. The photo of the tower would be fairly pointless otherwise, given that they have put up many of these before without drawing attention to them. Again, a slight fly in the ointment with a ban on non-Philipinos coming from the UK until at least 15th January. I don't know if Dean went back to the UK, but if he did he will be stuck.
lavalmy
03/1/2021
12:32
No kidding-but I have to say Covid is a very good excuse for delivering bad news.The key KPI for me is cash-have the company got enough?We assume yes so that being the case, I wouldn’t be too concerned if we don’t meet the projected numbers.
pinkfoot2
03/1/2021
12:12
Even in the knowledge of the Covid situation, we were assured that milestones would be reached and contracts were likely to be signed during H2. Since we are now half way through H2, I am expecting at least one positive RNS very soon.
goodapple
03/1/2021
09:37
I certainly wouldn't like to time when things will happen, but I feel confident that the year as a whole will bring the beginnings of long-awaited success. There might be some positive surprises on top, Bangladesh, movement in the Philippines and such.
lavalmy
02/1/2021
23:20
January will be a great month for SRT I am sure. If not I will sell my 2m shares and move on. Best wishes to all for a 2021 full of joyful times.
yumyum
02/1/2021
18:54
Yeah, but it's Boris - the fact that you've eaten the cake today doesn't mean you can't have it again tomorrow. I know ST's never been that interested in the UK as a customer, but I think it's a mistake. Worth going out of your way for your home market if only for the (admittedly potential) dividends long term. But it's also the cheapest and safest market to serve, the one that's most easily influenced in the future right direction, etc.
supernumerary
02/1/2021
18:18
Extrader You've just reminded me of Yes Minister. The Christmas one, where he is in line for Prime Minister and needs to generate some popular support, so he saves the sausage from the EU by calling it the British Sausage, so we can get away with less meat in it. Uncanny parallel with Boris getting the last minute deal. I can just hear Sir Humphrey suggesting that using French surveillance would be 'helpful'.
yump
02/1/2021
18:10
Hi all, A thought prompted by the ref to Brexit implications : if one of the drivers for adopting SRT is certain countries' concern re yellow/red cards from the EU re IUU fishing, what chance the EU/French/CLS might 'suggest' that buying an EU-flagged solution would be "helpful"...? ;-<<br /> ATB
extrader
02/1/2021
16:47
I doubt H M Government would choose SRT. Politicians don't have the common sense to employ the obvious choice. How about CLS? I don't think a French company managing UK waters would be the choice either, though in this world nothing would ever surprise me.
eagle eye
02/1/2021
14:38
How will H M Government monitor fish catches in UK waters?
countryman5
29/12/2020
18:40
Hmmm. o/t I don't think the idea that global warming could lead to the UK freezing or boiling has quite been generally understood and that it can take only a small variation in temperature gradients to really mess up ocean flows, wind flows and then weather flows. Our wheat grain yields were the worst for 20 years and if it wasn't for covid reducing demand, potatos would be in a right state due to the waterlogged land for harvesting.
yump
29/12/2020
18:25
Thanks to all on this BB for your comments this year, Im invested but quiet, as little to add. Especially like those close, or have been to SRT. I suspect the oceans going forward, will be less as a free for all, and more regulated, as food security becomes an issue due to global warming. Jezz...that was a mouth full :)
the oak tree
24/12/2020
21:56
I hope all SRT's staff working abroad have managed to get home for Christmas. Thanks for all your efforts and best wishes to all at MSN and wherever all you lth's abide. Here's to 2021.?
goodapple7
24/12/2020
21:02
Happy Xmas to all posters who make this BB such an informed thread. Thanks also to everyone at SRT who drive the business forward. Enjoy the Xmas break, then onwards and upwards in 2021! Best wishes Eagle Eye
eagle eye
24/12/2020
20:03
I am confident that SRT are central to the development of the system described in Gulf News. All will unfold in 2021 I Hope!
gerihatrick
24/12/2020
09:02
FWIW, I think the share price is resilient because the serious share holders, that make it what it is, are well wedded into the future prospects of SRT. If the price was buoyant due to hype alone we'd be looking at a more volatile profile. I personally think it's a good time to get in and then wait. The environment around maritime domain management is due to increase as security and fishing monitoring needs increase globally. Which they undoubtedly will. A relative slow burn fuse with a huge lump of explosive at the end! 
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