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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc LSE:SYM London Ordinary Share GB0009589168 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 28.00 27.00 29.00 28.00 27.50 28.00 205,325 16:18:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 8.2 -0.7 -0.4 - 49

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26/9/2020
12:28
Morning all, I'm looking to invest across a range of bio plastic companies, just starting out my research and come across this one.. any evaluator pitches on this welcome. And or other companies I should take a look at. To date my portfolio is more mining Nickel etc. I like to explore eco bio degradable plastics. Any info or pointers most welcome. Thanks AF.
atticusfinch1
23/9/2020
21:20
swiss paul you have hit the nail on the head...what is percentage turnover and profit if any???
robertnash2
23/9/2020
20:08
Yeah but how much do we make from the deal. Very little on the financial side. Or Yikes we dont make anything as we dont own the IP?
swiss paul
22/9/2020
07:49
Symphony Environmental T... Share News - SYM Current Price 27.50p 0.00 TIDMSYM Symphony Environmental Tech. PLC 22 September 2020 22 September 2020 SYMPHONY ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES PLC ("Symphony" or the "Group") BRAZILIAN SUPERMARKET CHAIN COTRIPAL LAUNCHES CARRIER BAGS WHICH ARE BOTH ANTI-MICROBIAL AND BIODEGRADABLE Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc (AIM: SYM), a global specialist in technologies that "make plastic smarter" is pleased to report that the Cotripal Agropecuária Cooperativa ("Cotripal") chain of supermarkets in Brazil, has announced the launch of their new d2w (biodegradable) and d2p (antimicrobial) carrier bags. Symphony are Cotripal's technology partner and Symphony's exclusive distributor RES Brasil are the masterbatch supplier. The bags are made by Plastifilme, who have been using d2w successfully since 2004. Testing of d2p samples by UNICAMP University in Brazil according to ISO 21702 found a virus reduction of 99.9% in only one hour, which is vital during the coronavirus pandemic. d2p has also been proved effective against bacteria and fungi, which is important as many carrier bags are never disinfected and are left in the car where microbes can multiply quickly. As the antimicrobial properties are embedded in the plastic, they will never wear off - unlike spraying, wiping, or coating. Germano Döwich, President of Cotripal said: "Over the years we have aimed to reduce our packaging, to recycle where possible, and also to resolve the issue of plastic that escapes into the open environment by using the globally renowned British d2w biodegradable technology. Today we go further, by helping to protect our customers from Coronavirus and other forms of contamination by using d2p technology, that has been proven against viruses, bacteria, and fungi. "Cotripal was the first supermarket in the State of Rio Grande do Sul to use d2w to protect the environment. Now we are the first in Brazil to adopt d2p as well for our carrier bags, to protect the health of our customers against microbes in these pandemic times." Michael Laurier, CEO of Symphony, said "We are delighted to continue our long standing and valued relationship with Cotripal and Plastifilme, and hope that other, environmentally and socially responsible companies around the world will follow Cotripal's lead in protecting their customers and the environment alike." www.d2w.net and www.d2p.net
gemlotte55
22/9/2020
07:41
RNS - decent stuff Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc (AIM: SYM), a global specialist in technologies that "make plastic smarter" is pleased to report that the Cotripal Agropecuária Cooperativa ("Cotripal") chain of supermarkets in Brazil, has announced the launch of their new d2w (biodegradable) and d2p (antimicrobial) carrier bags.
46maxon
21/9/2020
21:12
I’m afraid until they sign a considerable deal with meaningful upfront or mass worldwide market sales it will continue to drift. I’m inclined to believe the odds of that happening are stacked in favour but they do have a history of not delivering
best1467
21/9/2020
10:19
Decent informative presentation, however Laurier sent me to sleep. Market continues to ignore.
john henry
20/9/2020
17:02
Hi All, This is the 'Meet the Company' presentation (video) on last Friday Morning relating to the Interims, however it has a lot of additional info'. I don't know if this link will work if you can't log in: https://www.investormeetcompany.com/investor/meeting/interim-results-for-the-six-months-ended-30-june-2020-7 However this is the PDF of the same presentation, but does not include the Q&A (which will follow later): https://www.investormeetcompany.com/investor/meeting/interim-results-for-the-six-months-ended-30-june-2020-7/presentation Best wishes - Mike
spike_1
18/9/2020
14:27
Re: Have they succeeded with plastics in that sense then? Got to out but a quick answer - most definitely yes! (as per a couple of very recent RNS's) Cheers - Spike
spike_1
18/9/2020
14:27
Reckon sym will be bought out, so much potential for a bigger company to promote these products they have.
gemlotte55
18/9/2020
14:05
spike very kind of you to oblige. Much appreciated. Their anti-mould and prolonged shelf-life spiking of waxed bread wrapper would have been a hard sell in normal times. That market has historically been cursed by razor sharp pricing for decades. Viral protection in transparent film and/or plastic containers of liquid products, if that's what they have achieved, is something else: a blockbuster of interest to every shopper strongly effective in supermarket buying decisions, whose 'time is come'. Buyers are currently scared stiff of picking up a pack previously handled by a COVID carrier. That's a more powerful USP for bread wrapper too. At the start of lock-down some people were even washing each pack on return to home, but have probably tired of that by now. Have they succeeded with plastics in that sense then?
scrutable
18/9/2020
13:03
Hi scruts, ... er which packaging product? If you mean bread, they talked quite a lot about it including graphs. For instance they said you can increase the bread shelf life by 71% relative to bread with the same amount of preservative but not the Sym's additive, they also said they had been working on just this one product for 10 years, and getting the trials completed was outside their control, but they were very optimistic as to the final success. (within months). They also talked about their competitors, and mentioned specifically that none of them had the ability to do both anti-microbial and degradable. They mentioned that they are currently selling D2w into 200,000 tons of film. There will be a recording of the presentation available at some point - I will be alerted to it, at which point I'll post it here (or someone else will). There was a lot of information given related to markets and products and potential. Obviously they are currently dealing with a lot of Covid related work, suggesting a four or five fold earnings uplift but not over any specific period (obviously). My guess would be years rather than months - but we shall see.
spike_1
18/9/2020
12:52
Is this higher risk speculative play finally threatening a significant move higher?
sphere25
18/9/2020
12:28
spike i was in hospital this am and had to miss the presentation. I can find no record on the web site. Was there anything significant, which emerged about reactions to their packaging product?
scrutable
18/9/2020
12:16
Well .... an interesting presentation this morning, and the potential looks exciting. They certainly seem to have a lot of interest in their technology at the moment. I had absolutely no idea they had such a wide range of technologies (products). There were no caveats suggesting anything other than a bright near term (under a year) future. We shall see ;0) Best wishes - Spike
spike_1
18/9/2020
09:56
I left an exciting startup to work on my own business.Difficult, but very worth it.
46maxon
18/9/2020
09:32
Wish all my packaging was biodegradable and efficiently and effectively killed. I think you need a job in sym marketing department as your spot on. Should be a fantastic seller in today's climate of plastic waste and covid.
gemlotte55
18/9/2020
09:13
I keep thinking about all the COVID plays out on the market atm. If this tech really does what it says, and is biodegradable... Conceptually it's up there with the best plays. Wish all my packaging was biodegradable and efficiently and effectively killed pathogens along the way. No questions asked.
46maxon
17/9/2020
15:17
Gem, I think this is the first time they've done something like this.
optimistic punter
17/9/2020
11:23
Wise Words, let's spread the video though
mststock
17/9/2020
11:21
The problem is they appear to have much needed products re plastics and Covid. However PIs ,including me years ago, get sucked in by the hype. The share price rises and falls back when sales plateau and remain static. The gamble is this another false dawn? I think the share price will rise for the reasons I just mentioned, but again will it last?
nashwan123
17/9/2020
09:28
Lets hope so OP. This investor presentation tomorrow, has there been similar presentation in the past?
gemlotte55
17/9/2020
09:16
Watching this clip makes me wonder what would happen if it went viral. Big things about to happen here https://youtu.be/nSi6_NwUgyY
optimistic punter
17/9/2020
09:04
https://youtu.be/nSi6_NwUgyY
optimistic punter
15/9/2020
12:10
Again great news BUT unlike dw2p will the market buy it? Equally I am always wary the directors will go for a fund raise or issue more free shares.
nashwan123
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