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STG Strip Tinning Holdings Plc

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24 May 2024 - Closed
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Strip Tinning Holdings Plc STG London Ordinary Share
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Posted at 30/4/2024 09:25 by rivaldo
Note that 2024 is a "transition" year as Singer Capital put it this morning.

Overall STG are forecast to make a £2.2m loss before tax this year, compared to a £1.5m loss last year. Even 2025 is forecast to bring a £1.2m loss.

EBITDA worsens this year to a £0.4m loss.

Net debt increases to £5m this year, up from £2.6m, and then worsens to £6.1m in 2025.

STG looks extremely "promising" as so many companies do, but as is so often the case it has a long way to go to deliver in terms of becoming (1) profitable and (2) cash-secure/generative.

Particularly as it looks like it'll need a fundraising at some point for working capital etc to support growth.
Posted at 30/4/2024 07:42 by citys2874
Annual results RNS out ...Could see another 25 percent rise today:

Today 07:00

RNS Number : 5002M
Strip Tinning Holdings PLC
30 April 2024

30 April 2024

Strip Tinning Holdings plc

("Strip Tinning" or the "Company")

Annual Results for year ended 31 December 2023

Financial performance in line with market expectations, with operational enhancements and strong sales pipeline leaving the Company well-positioned for accelerated growth

Strip Tinning Holdings plc (AIM: STG), a leading supplier of specialist connection systems to the automotive sector, is pleased to announce its full year results for the year ended 31 December 2023.

FY23 Financial highlights:

· Total Revenues of £10.8m (FY 22: £10.2m).

· Renamed Battery Technologies division (formerly EV division) product sales of £1.1m (FY 22: £1.2m).

· Glazing division product sales of £9.7m (FY 22: £8.9m).

· Adjusted EBITDA of £0.1m (FY 22: loss of £2.2m).

· £1.0m of cash generated from operating activities (2022: £4.2m outflow) with cash of £0.3m as of 31 December 2023 (2022: £1.3m).

· £5.1m fund raise completed post-period end in January 2024, leaving the Battery Technologies division sufficiently capitalised.

FY23 Operational highlights:

· Battery Technologies division well-positioned for growth acceleration, with an increasing pipeline and sufficient funding to capture the significant market opportunity.

· Growth in Glazing division driven by improved margins and valuable new production supply nominations.

· Glazing division now cash generative and able to fund its own growth plans.

· Further improved products, new product launch and production processes to the benefit of both customers and the Group, with Glazing division Gross Margins improved from 3.6% in 2022 to 28.7% in 2023.

· Maintained a strong commitment to responsible business practices with an A grade ESG rating for the third year running.

Board Changes

· Two planned changes to the Company's Board which will be effective from 1 June, with the promotion of Mark Perrins, the Group MD, to Group CEO and the transition of current CEO, Richard Barton, to Deputy Chair.


· Strong momentum already demonstrated in 2024 with two significant new wins announced in the emerging "smart" glass market, in which Strip Tinning benefits from first mover advantage, with sales growth coming in 2025 once serial production commences.

· The Company anticipates securing further major programmes across its Battery Technologies and Glazing product lines throughout 2024, with a significant new Cell Contact System win for the Battery Technologies division expected in H1 2024, with sales from volume ramp up anticipated in Q4 2025.

Adam Robson, Executive Chair of Strip Tinning, commented: "We are delighted with the progress we have made in stabilising our operations during FY23, driven by the improvements and reorganisations implemented in 2022 and into 2023.

We believe that 2024 will be a formative year for Strip Tinning, with the strong momentum across the business already demonstrated by our recent wins worth £18.6m. This year we are securing the nominations that will return us to growth from 2025, and we will maintain the investment needed to maximise our success in converting the strong Battery Technologies and Glazing sales pipelines we have before us."

Investor Presentation

Strip Tinning will be hosting a webinar for investors on Wednesday 1st May 2024 at 12:00. If you would like to register for the webinar, please click the link below:

Posted at 26/4/2024 09:31 by andyview
Been here a while but certainly seen some positive developments recently, great news for stg.

Posted at 25/4/2024 08:25 by citys2874
RNS Number : 9383L
Strip Tinning Holdings PLC
25 April 2024

25 April 2024

Strip Tinning Holdings plc

("Strip Tinning" or the Company")

Record "Smart" Glass Nomination

Further major win in fast-growing "smart" glass segment, with an expected lifetime value of £12.3m

Strip Tinning Holdings plc (AIM: STG), a leading supplier of specialist connection systems to the automotive sector, is pleased to announce the receipt of a further record Glazing nomination, from a leading European automotive Tier 1 systems manufacturer.

The glazing panels will be supplied to one of the premier German car OEMs and will be deployed across a new EV vehicle range.

Under the terms of the nomination, supply will start in Q3 2026 and run until 2031, with forecasted annual sales value peaking at £2.8 million and an expected lifetime value of £12.3 million, which increases by 46% the total lifetime sales value of Strip Tinning's Connectors nominations, from £26.8 million to £39.1 million[1]. The total lifetime sales value of all nominations held by the Company is now £52.7 million.

This nomination is the fourth which Strip Tinning has received in the "smart" glass market, a rapidly expanding segment of the automotive glazing market. Having identified Polymer Dispersed Liquid Crystal (PDLC) technology roof glass as a substantial growth opportunity for the Company, significant investment was made into "smart" glass production capabilities.

This win, in addition to the three previous "smart" glass nominations, further demonstrates the Company's first mover advantage within this growing market segment. The Company is now supplying smart roofing connectors to all the leading German automotive OEMs, underlining Strip Tinning's position as the supplier of choice for specialist connectors to the Glazing sector.

Adam Robson, Executive Chair of Strip Tinning, commented:

"We are proud to now be the preferred supplier of "smart" glass connectors to all the leading German OEMs, having been supplying these specialist connectors for two years. The further momentum we are now gaining is thanks to our first mover advantage within this market segment.

It is clear that the well-documented shift of the automotive sector towards EV production is not only opening doors for our EV battery cell contact systems division, but is also propelling our Glazing business, as exemplified by not only this win, but also our three prior "smart" glass nominations, both of which are within the EV market.

Looking ahead, we are confident there will be further opportunities within the "smart" glass sector and we continue to anticipate a significant new Cell Contact System win for our EV division in H1."

The person responsible for arranging the release of this information on behalf of the Company is Adam Le Van, Chief Financial Officer.


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Posted at 08/11/2023 07:23 by andyview
More good news again this morning, momentum continues at Stg

Posted at 31/10/2023 14:33 by mr macgregor
After the German company terminated the EV contract in August 22, STG stated:

"Negotiations have begun with the contracted party to settle the liabilities arising from the decision and we will provide further information as these progress."

So STG wasted money on the contract and wanted redress. What they got a year later was:

"We believe we have reached an amicable settlement with this customer which leaves us free of any further costs arising from this dispute."

Looks like the Germans thought STGs solution wasn't up to much and the latter caved in, suggesting the boche had it right.
Posted at 05/9/2023 07:51 by andyview
A positive set of results released today. Some key snippets from them in my eyes:

Our key financial metric is Adjusted EBITDA and this has been positive in each of the first six months (H1) of 2023

Increased sales with £5.6m being reported in H1 2023 (H1 2022: £4.7m)

Adam Robson, Executive Chair of Strip Tinning, commented: "I am pleased to be able to report the significant turnaround that the Company has achieved over the last 12 months and the positive outlook we see ahead.

STG also reiterated commitment to meet market expectations for full year.

Great stuff imho

Posted at 19/6/2023 08:24 by andyview
Come on STG

Posted at 16/2/2022 18:56 by hedgehog 100
At 182.5p - market cap. £27.6M. - STG doesn't look cheap for this type of company: 2020 revenues were £8.83M., down from £9.92M. in 2019, a price-to-sales sales ratio of over three.

In comparison, NWT has a current market capitalisation of £2.86 million at 30.5p.
Its first half revenue rose by 23% to £9.7m (H1 FY21: £7.9m), giving it an annualised
price-to-sales sales ratio of under 0.15: i.e. under a twentieth of STG's.

And NWT should move back into profit as we emerge from the pandemic.
Posted at 15/8/2016 14:25 by knicol46
HH stocks on the move, STG, ALBA, UKOG all up

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