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STG Strip Tinning Holdings Plc

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Last Updated: 07:49:57
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Strip Tinning Holdings Plc LSE:STG London Ordinary Share GB00BMHN9M05 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 42.50 0.00 07:49:57
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
40.00 45.00 42.50 42.50 42.50
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Fabricated Metal Pds, Nec 10.67M -4.93M -0.3186 -1.33 6.57M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 42.50 GBX

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Posted at 01/12/2023 08:20 by Strip Tinning Daily Update
Strip Tinning Holdings Plc is listed in the Fabricated Metal Pds, Nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker STG. The last closing price for Strip Tinning was 42.50p.
Strip Tinning currently has 15,459,714 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Strip Tinning is £6,570,378.
Strip Tinning has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -1.33.
This morning STG shares opened at 42.50p
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 06:51 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 07:24 by andyview
Come on STG

Posted at 08/9/2022 08:32 by timbo003
So the company is awarded a grant (i.e. free money) worth 12% of the market cap, but this is ignored by the market with the price more or less unchanged.

Stange times 😮
Posted at 20/8/2022 05:40 by buywell3
Indeed timbo003

Rimac were mentioned in the Strip Tinning ' Admission Document'

BIG developments since though ---------

Bugatti Rimac

Bugatti, Rimac and Porsche mark the beginning of a new chapter in automotive history. As shareholders, the Rimac Group holds 55 percent of the shares, while Porsche holds 45 percent. Mate Rimac, founder and CEO of Rimac Automobili, is now CEO of Bugatti Rimac, headquartered in Sveta Nedelja.
Porsche AG becomes a strategic shareholder

A company one the EV move so to speak

July 2021
Rimac takes over Bugatti from VW in powerhouse electric supercar deal
The Croatian EV company will take a controlling interest in the 112-year-old French sports car brand

Both companies will retain their respective headquarters but Rimac plans to eventually merge its workforce at the planned $200 million campus in Croati, which is set to open in 2023.

So now Mate Rimac is the boss and in control of things

When it comes to EV's; weight is all important

The company that can design the lightest and most efficient battery pack option for its vehicle --- especially when it come to an EV Supercar --- should take a decent percentage of market share from those that can afford to buy such

Mate Rimac caught the attention of Porsche earlier in 2021 when his company released the Nevera which is a quad-motor, 1,914 horsepower with a top speed of 258mph and an ability to leap to zero to 60mph in less than 2 seconds.

The Nevera is expected to be the fastest sports car ever made, a title previously held by the Bugatti Chiron.

buywell opines that Mate might well go one better with this Bugatti Rimac if the right battery pack of HIS choice is used

For example a lightweight, space-saving, flexible printed circuit interconnect technology that could facilitate higher power density cell-to-pack battery systems seems to be required

This could take the form of a none cellular pack with perhaps fifty or more individual battery cell packs but
a smaller number of say 2 larger packs each connected to its own drive train ie front and rear
These would involve much longer flexible printed circuits to their respective electric motors plus with separate battery monitoring circuits on the same flexible printed circuits ( ie double sided )

Quite a weight saving
June 2022

Croatian giant Rimac on a roll, raises €500M in a Series D round led by SoftBank and Goldman Sachs

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 16/2/2022 09:09 by timbo003
I picked up a few in the IPO (185p/share). Most of the IPO shares qualify for EIS tax breaks, therefore the effective entry price for qualifying investors (i.e. UK tax payers) equates to 129.5p/share, so this is a 3 (plus) year hold for me.
Posted at 12/6/2016 19:51 by tuff
Thought it was imminent in last December and 6 months gone past and it's still imminent? Im very curious what the Bods been doing day2day basis? Can they justify their salaries which they been getting paid and doing nothing to help the share price???
Posted at 24/2/2016 21:12 by pjm1162
Most are upset because they bought at higher sp, this is now a fantastic entry price with loads of cash and hh to come. They needed cash, just 1 month ago the price was 0.22 so the huge cash raised at 0.25 is great, it is not easy raising that ammount for a tiddler so well done bod. Everyone expecting the share price to rocket on next flow results are complaining because of placing price, but truth is no one knows what the share price will do on next news, placing during the hype was a great call and cash rich this is looking the most attractive of all hh companies now, ALBA will 100% raise funds asap, Ukog is pretty high already, this should rise the most or fall the least compared to the other hh ers, did you not see the all the buys after placing news, about 10 sells and 60 buys, top up, average down but NOW is a great time to get in STG. It will be back to 0.40+ in no time, I will buy large in the morning, keep the faith....
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