Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc

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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 6.875 4,811 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
6.50 7.25 6.875 6.875 6.875
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Plastics 9.16 -1.41 -0.80 - 12.32
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:03:09 O 2,811 7.115 GBX

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2023-06-08 14:03:107.122,811200.00O
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Posted at 17/5/2023 08:39 by bbmsionlypostafter mk2
Results last year were out 30.3.2022, 13½ mths ago.


Where are latest results? They must really stink to be held back this late.

Posted at 17/5/2023 07:27 by best1467
I should have sold out already but was expecting several inflection points as per the December RNS almost guaranteed news.
Anyway that’s history but without meaningful news or Successful EU ruling it’s only heading lower and 7p will probably look a great get out price in six months

Posted at 03/5/2023 17:22 by swiss paul
Dont think I would be happy
Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc (AIM: SYM), a global science-based group that makes plastic and rubber products “smarter, safer and sustainable", is pleased to announce an equity subscription for 5,555,556 new ordinary shares of 1 pence each in the Company (“OrdinaryShares”) by Sea Pearl Ventures Limited (“Sea Pearl”), based in the Bahamas, at a price of 18 pence per Ordinary Share (“Subscription Price”) (the “Subscription”). Gross proceeds from the Subscription are £1,000,000.
The Subscription Price represents a c.5 per cent. discount to the closing price of 19.00 pence per Ordinary Share on 28 July 2022, being the last business day prior to the date of the Subscription.
In addition, 4.0 million warrants have been granted to Sea Pearl (the “Warrants̶1;) at an exercise price of 25 pence per Ordinary Share and are exercisable for one year from completion of the Subscription

Posted at 03/5/2023 08:28 by bbmsionlypostafter mk2
Jam tomorrow & great things imminently. That's been the story for the past 22 years.

SYM is the very definition of a worthless lifestyle company.

Posted at 02/5/2023 11:48 by bbmsionlypostafter mk2
30 March 2022 was the date annual results were out last year.


Over 13 months later no sign or mention of latest results. SYM are hiding something here & it can only be bad news.

Posted at 09/3/2023 09:49 by kenwright
I'm ok with it.....

Michael Laurier, CEO of Symphony, said:

"I am delighted to report that sales of d2w to our strategic partner Better Earth are expected to increase significantly in 2023 and beyond. Working with partners such as Better Earth and - by extension - with global packaging leader TricorBraun - Symphony is well placed to capture a share of the US and Canadian bottle markets, with additional verticals in the bottle market still available to target."

"More generally, partnerships such as these speak to an increased awareness in key markets of the efficacy of our d2w biodegradable technology. "

The owners of Better Earth, Adam Ackerman and James Van Brocklin, said:

" Our mission is to develop technologies that turn ordinary plastic products into earth-friendly materials at the end of their useful lives and we plan on doing this one product at a time. That ' s why we are delighted to be growing our commercial relationship with Symphony. By incorporating Symphony ' s d2w biodegradable technology in our BioBottles(TM) we are able to deliver positive change in the bottling industry and look forward to delivering sustainable bottling solutions for our key customers such as TricorBraun."

Rosalynd Resendiz, Vice President, Supply Chain, TricorBraun said:

"We are focused on offering sustainable packaging options for our customers-solutions that help protect both our customers' products and the planet. We are pleased to partner with Better Earth and Symphony to deliver a sustainable yet cost-effective solution."

Posted at 09/3/2023 07:45 by gemlotte55
Great stuff Kenwright, lets hope it reflects in numbers and importantly share price.
Posted at 09/3/2023 07:37 by kenwright
Non regular RNS out... but still great news

Posted at 04/11/2022 16:05 by robertnash2
Share price not looking good despite all the hype
Posted at 19/11/2021 14:06 by swiss paul

INDIA Here we come.
Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc (AIM:SYM) global specialists in technologies that make plastic and rubber products "smarter, safer and more sustainable" is delighted to announce a strategic alliance with a team of specialised and experienced people in India who understand the culture and business requirements of a country with 17.7% of the world's population.

Symphony Environmental Limited ("Symphony UK") a wholly owned subsidiary of the Company, has therefore entered into an agreement to form a joint venture ("JV") company in India with Indorama India Private Limited ("Indorama"), a wholly owned subsidiary of Indorama Corporation Pte. Ltd., ("Indorama Corporation"). The JV company, called Symphony Environmental India Pvt Ltd ("Symphony India"), will have an initial share capital, the equivalent in Indian currency, of GBP 100,000. The shares of Symphony India will be held 46.5% by Symphony UK, 46.5% by Indorama and 7% by Mr. Arjun Aggarwal, an Indian citizen, who has been appointed Managing Director of Symphony India.

Mr Aggarwal is one of India's prominent young entrepreneurs, who has introduced a portfolio of modern technologies that are in line with the aspirations of India's young demographic profile.

Symphony UK has awarded Symphony India an exclusive Distribution Agreement to market and sell Symphony's d2w and d2p masterbatches in India. Symphony India will also be promoting the importance of Symphony's scientifically-proven d2w technology to protect the environment, and its d2p technologies to protect human health. The parties are already preparing an active programme of media communications and direct selling.

The use of plastic in India is increasing because it is the lowest cost option, and is by far the best material for protecting food and water from contamination and preventing food waste and disease. However, India also has an environmental problem in common with most of the world with plastic pollution. Trying to ban plastic is not the answer, but using d2w technology could effectively and significantly reduce the issue of plastic pollution without job losses, factory closures or increases in Co2 emissions. In future, if d2w enhanced plastic does escape into the environment the plastic will safely biodegrade instead of lying or floating around for decades and creating microplastics.

The products sold by Symphony India will be produced mainly in India, under licence from Symphony UK, as this will be both cost-effective and environmentally-friendly. The parties have negotiated a Manufacturing and Product Development Agreement with the Bihani Manufacturing Company Ltd., ("Bihani") in New Delhi, who have been supplying Symphony UK for nearly ten years. Their manufacturing facilities have been and will continue to be audited by Symphony's Technical Dept.
Michael Laurier, CEO of Symphony said: "For the Group to expand successfully in India it was essential for us to form an alliance with a strong Indian partner. We have no doubt that Indorama is the right partner, as it is a substantial company well respected in India, with the right commercial credentials. This is an expansion of our current activities in India and we consider the Indian market to be ripe for significant sales growth."

Amit Lohia, Group Vice Chairman of Indorama Corporation, said: "Protection of the natural environment, and the health and safety of the people are very important objectives in India today, and Symphony's technologies will help to address those objectives."

Arjun Aggarwal, MD of Symphony India said: "The formation of a Joint Venture company in India is an important milestone for both Symphony and Indorama. It will lay the foundation of a truly Swachh Bharat (clean India), the vision of our Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Plastic biodegrading automatically will ensure that our planet's newest continent - plastic waste - does not grow any further."

Jaideep Bihani, Director of Bihani said: "Innovation and sustainability have always been an integral part of Symphony's portfolio, and Symphony's tried and tested d2w products resonate with the Indian Government's vision, initiatives and policies. At the same time, d2p masterbatch technology will change product conception and design in agriculture, food packaging, healthcare, and many other applications. We will be working closely with Symphony India to ensure efficiency and maintaining the high standards of quality set by Symphony UK."

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