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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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 22,522 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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30/3/2021
09:04
end of year about now isn't it, is the imminent still imminent or does it mean keep the shareholders on a hook cause it could be another year or five even, their cost base must be going through the roof, i don't think this years numbers will look anything except dire, didn't they used to eek out a profit on closer to 10m revenue at one time, i notice it's now closer to 20m just to get to breakeven, that debt pile must be creeping up too, this philippine contract revenue has almost come and gone, consumed by the wage bill and nought to show for shareholders, so in effect, they're starting from scratch all over and shareholders are still waiting, lumpy contacts don't make for good cash flow do they, lumpy contracts that are not very imminent do not make for a good business model, this company raises money more regularly than it does in signing contracts, tells you something don't it, fair bit of shareholder dilution here as well over the years, will this year be 'the year'? wasn't last year supposed to be 'the year', or was it the year before that, all very imminent or maybe just a business that never really gets anywhere
homeboy
29/3/2021
22:57
How about a contract signing operative?
pinkfoot2
29/3/2021
16:41
The world becomes ever more strange. Does anyone know what a customer ops trainer does? Trains customers? Trains ops? Trains customer ops? Anyway, we seem to have acquired one of these.
lavalmy
22/3/2021
21:40
"RIYADH: Saudi Arabia will stop signing contracts with foreign companies from 2024 unless their regional headquarters are based in the Kingdom. The rule will include agencies, institutions and government-owned funds, a statement on Saudi Press Agency said. The decision aims to incentivise foreign companies that deal with Saudi Arabia’s government to base themselves in the Kingdom." ........ SRT had better get that contract signed sharpish then, unless they want to change their letterheads to " Midsomer Norton • Cardiff • Riyadh "
goodapple
19/3/2021
20:07
Whose technology is this? hTTps://pbs.twimg.com/ext_tw_video_thumb/1372945066319343622/pu/img/7-uEj4_U4q1jsdqy?format=jpg&name=small "novo sistema 3D do VTMIS do Porto de Vitória" `- new system 3D of VTMIS of the Port of Vitoria (Brasil)
piedro
15/3/2021
15:58
In The Guardian today: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/mar/15/revealed-seafood-happening-on-a-vast-global-scale?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other
philburt
14/3/2021
22:37
Perhaps SRT should develop a Non Fungible Transponder. NFT’s are selling like hot cakes
alter ego
13/3/2021
10:25
Indeed it does look very professional. The other recent photos also show a variety of ways of installing the VMS100 etc on boats which themselves don't look well cared for to put it politely.
alter ego
13/3/2021
09:16
A late entry into the picture gallery is titled: 'One of two operational BFAR monitoring centres. Tracking +60,000 vessels daily with GEOVS IUU analytics'. Poetic licence? Marketing ahead of reality? A hint that more than the 5,000 has been pencilled in? Who knows. Looks slick in any case.
lavalmy
12/3/2021
11:07
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/mar/12/galapagos-marine-reserve-plan-ecologists-ecuador-fishing-industry?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other
philburt
12/3/2021
09:12
The bank of ancient bakerlite switches is old school!
philburt
12/3/2021
07:55
Well spotted DylanL2. The kit looks great but the boat could do with a spruce up.
alter ego
11/3/2021
23:10
We have some new pictures in the gallery if anyone's interested
dylanl2
09/3/2021
17:40
You maybe right Lav but good companies live or die on cash-and that requires contracts that deliver cash. Having no guidance in the market is helpful but also indicative of a company with bumpy cashflow and trading.Covid is a good excuse however but the chat about dividends is very premature in my view
pinkfoot2
09/3/2021
17:33
Couldn’t resist yet another top up. Generally found (over the last decade!)that the point at which my patience is running out is the moment ST comes good with an rns. So hopefully history will repeat itself. Come on ST - bring on the buses!
techno20
09/3/2021
16:19
Quite the contrary if one can deal with the clutter. There seemed to me to have been a return to focussing on what they are there for, to wit to make and return money to us shareholders. They have always been that way inclined, but the upwards drift of overheads, especially for project work, seems to have been reconsidered with an emphasis on the local partner. Covid issues obviously had some input into that too.
lavalmy
09/3/2021
15:17
All that chat about a dividend-unhelpful though it did create some price action.
pinkfoot2
09/3/2021
14:14
I still think that they are expecting to be able to announce some before the year-end, though probably not revenues on them at this late stage. My reasoning being that they didn't issue any guidance about this year with the webcast when they should have known very well what the results would be, barring any rabbits out of the hat, which of course they don't need as there are no forecasts to hit. Two out of the six are further out, some 12 months or so.
lavalmy
09/3/2021
13:18
I seem to remember a comment about contract(s) being signed 'within a matter of days' too. Admittedly, 365 is a 'number of days' but I'm hoping for more 'imminent' than that!
fredfishcake
09/3/2021
13:00
Well, 3 weeks or so to see what happens. MBS in Saudi probably has other things on his mind atm. ATB
extrader
09/3/2021
12:37
Me too. Re-listening to the latest ST show, Simon really does sound confident. ''How do I see cashflow for the next couple of years?...depends exactly on the timing of the contracts....I would hazard a guess....well it's not a guess....I am pretty...well I know what the cash flow is really...er...um...very positive, enabling us to repay all our debts...build up our reserves and start delivering dividends'' So it all depends on the timing of these 6 contracts which are apparently moreorless in the bag...or are they ? And when...? The above transcript is for you pinkfoot :-) I reckon a rocket is around the corner for the share price.
yumyum
08/3/2021
17:49
Still holding on, but SRT really does require you to have the patience of several saints!
techno20
08/3/2021
17:19
Tech stocks getting hard hit-particularly ones with lots of jam.
pinkfoot2
08/3/2021
14:59
A Red Da - Almost looks like a sell recommendation out there - Anyone seen anything?
pugugly
08/3/2021
12:51
Also today: A 'lack of contracts' attack on the SP
goodapple
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