Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Stanelco LSE:SEO London Ordinary Share GB0005814198 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.12 0.00 01:00:00
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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 17.91 -3.55 -0.10 7
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.12 GBX

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wolterix: forgotten about this fred - but not a bad thing where SEO is concerned..
valhalla3: why teh drop in share price guys? Lol still in court wif bio W=# those were teh dayz eh!
sirmark: Stanelco (LON:SEO) (SEO 0.12p/ £7.06m) Last week Stanelco issued a trading update to the market and most pleasingly, both the RF Technologies and the Bioplastics divisions are experiencing sales growth ahead of market expectations. The Company expects to see continuing opportunities in the Biome Bioplastics division, with this area really driving growth in the future. The trials with a major American supplier to the food processing market have now been successfully completed and are currently moving to a commercial scale-up phase. It is encouraging to see the Company making progress, and now that it is fully funded post the recent placing (raised £2.8m net) we see further growth coming through more quickly. It is also testament to the management's belief in the business that the Chief Executive, Paul Mines, and the Finance Director, Sue Bygrave, both waived their 2009 bonus payments. We applaud management teams making such sacrifices, and this demonstrates the commitment of both to driving the growth in the business. The share price is still around the level that institutional investors recently bought stock at and we think this presents a fantastic opportunity to buy into this attractive bioplastics business. SirM
induna123: In case any of you are unaware, Beacon Hill Resources BHR went through a consolidation of 25:1 a couple of months ago. They had over 6 billion shares in issue too. The share price at the time was 0.32p, 8p after consolidation. Since then the share price has fallen from 8p to 4p.
dr jekyll: A lot of trades today, many of which appear to be buys to me. As you said fur, very strange. I was expecting the share price to drop to around 0.125 pence during the day. Beginning to think it may finish higher than that. Raising cash to secure a company going forward as well as progress being made towards profitability usually encourages investors to buy. At this offer price you could easily make a decent profit on a small increase in share price Particularly if orders are going well and something is announced to that effect. I can see a consolidation coming though as has been said earlier. The AIM move is the main negative for me at the moment. Apart from the current low share price of course. I can see that improving though over the next few months.
runnett: I don't think we can hang responsibility of SEO's lack of clarity solely on PM. I do agreee the management aren't showing confidence in the company by not buying. Is replacing PM good thing at this time, probably not. I new broom will do exactly as PM, sweep clean claiming great times ahead. As they do this, allsorts of bad decisions and shareholder value disappear. They will then stamp their authority and snout in the trough. I've been trying to work out where their capital funding will go and if previous aquisitions have seamlessly intergrated into SEO mission. If they have one lol. Daw - I think you have a good point why PI's are a bit upset, look at SEO's history of delivery - exactly!. Their core RF has been built up over a decade and a half as a reputable manufacturer and deliverer of furnaces. The Bio has a had problems from SEO becoming a bio IP company. Mainly due to lack of experts and knowledgeable management in this area. They have had over eight years in a rising 'green' bio market. I believe there is a mix of trust issues from clients and management indecision causing these jitters. SEO success seems from JV's, is this the best way to go, i suppose any revenue is better than none. SEO staff - I have a lot of empathy with the SEO staff. Some of these workers must be ripping their hair out on some of these decisions and management style. I'd love to hear their voice on why a green IP company cannot (doesn't want to) make a profit.
antline: From another board: "Just imagine the smell that will emanate from Marchwood if the share price surges up on a big RNS just days after the board have dipped their hands in their own pockets [remember Sue Bygrave has not bought one single share]having allowed the share price to collapse to record lows due to their inefficiencies." 100% spot on
fur: shorters have sold the share price down. The enterprise value of the business is higher; the price will be in the reigion of the price when further fundrasinng was mentioned publically after being discussed privately and leaked before a lot which is why it drifted down to .35ish. Therefore I suspect it will either bu suspended soon or the issue will be at a much higher price then the current share price they may also be able to borrow the money more easily rather than have a further dilution, they do have sales and I thought they were profitable?
runnett: Hi Doctor, If your comment, "SEO is fund raising to survive!" is a true snapshot of SEO's position, then we are in real trouble. With revenue increase and PM being upbeat, i find the comment difficult to believe. On the other hand, using a M&S model of takng on Europe a few years ago as an example, the comment is feasible. The difference: M&S management drew back M&S growth plans in Europe to concentrate on their British interests, rebuilding their brand and profit. If you remember the share price went South then after they began closing none profit parts of trading (i.e. european stores)the profits were again realised after a few years. We cannot compare like for like on products, but we can look at management technique protectng the company. The weakest link with SEO is management quality. I'm not blaming the management, i just think they need to be stronger and make the tough decsions when realising their growth strategy. btw, i'm very pro SEO. The products are insightful, their operating market is ripe for the taking. I just hope management can position the company in the right direction. In a decade the promise of a profitable company had fallen short, this coupled with the changeable management has given us mmore uncertainty and vague direction. Interestingly, the RF side of SEO has long been steady - its in a very specific market and SEO are one the best in this area. Perhaps, they should look hard and long why the RF business model is solid. I wonder why they keep trying to get 'multi-stream' bio products to the market with mixed success, especially when considering they are non -profit and cash strapped. The roulette of risk isn't working, i'd suggest they take a leaf out of M&S' book and choose their most commercial products and hold the IP's in the wings or sell them on.
runnett: At the moment SEO's growth is on the back of cash burn and small reduction in losses (edit). The share price is a barometer on sentiment at the moment, it'll sort itself out. I don't have too much interest in the share price unless i'm preparing a buy or sell. Growth in SEO (like a number of small caps)is misleading, a small cap can look very viable with revenue growth at 20%. Remember growth is also a hungry beast needs regular feeding. Aquisitions are a good example of showing high growth at a cost with little organic growth from the core structure. I've been considering investing more in SEO, but i cannot get past the hurdle of how much growth and for how long? Where is the tipping point between revenue and profit? This is where the uncertainty lies.
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