Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tandem Group Plc LSE:TND London Ordinary Share GB00B460T373 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -7.00 -3.65% 185.00 170.00 200.00 192.00 185.00 192.00 9,218 09:44:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Leisure Goods 32.5 1.9 32.3 5.7 9

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27/2/2020
08:38
I think it's just as well that they didn't pay out excess cash as some were asking for on these boards. It's good to have a buffer for what might be a difficult year ahead with the Corona virus impacting both supply chains and consumer confidence.
amt
25/2/2020
19:55
For investors less clued up upon tandem, ask for a breakdown of staff numbers over the past 5 years to date, I bet these guys are running absolutely bare bones, no slack if things go bad and none to take on new opportunities to grow. Whatever the numbers are remove the directors from the total.
indonews
20/2/2020
23:58
Personally I think I'd be spending a few hours extra on the toilet passing my daily number 2s !! Perhaps he already is ? (SMILEY FACE)
my retirement fund
20/2/2020
23:56
Lol. LOL !!!!
my retirement fund
20/2/2020
22:54
Tiger, I'd be knocking on the door daily given your large stake in the business, ask for a tour of every part of tameside drive, I think it might be an eye opener for you, hopefully if this lot get a bid for a buy out you will realise some decent cash for your investment, if not I'd personally be trying to panic sell my entire stake ( if I hadn't already!)
indonews
19/2/2020
20:03
Or push to make changes to the BOD?
castleford tiger
19/2/2020
19:00
Tiger, yes i am aware of their operation down there, they are backed up by utterly useless websites, with bad links/images and product, also where are these sites visible? No promotion or anything spent on google ad words from what I can see. I would bet my original stake in Tnd that 95-99% of their sales are driven through Amazon. They paid a fortune for some good brands that cannot have given a profitable return to date- just look at the excellent Carp Zone brand- gently brushed under the carpet simply because they have no interest in it and no experience in buying or selling the product, it is clear to see they have no vision for growth - loads of lost opportunities- this could be a titan of a business given a b.o.d with a passion for sales, growth a vision and importantly staff that know what they are talking about- look at the reviews on the web for expressco- absolutely shocking. Glad I'm out.
indonews
19/2/2020
17:09
Wapper Its been a cold miserable day in Yorkshire ........without your Doom and gloom. Its out of our hands and for once its not the fault of the BOD. Tiger
castleford tiger
19/2/2020
07:31
Anne welcome Good and valid points. Whatever happens re supply its a blip in the history of a company. I remain of the opinion this is massively undervalued tiger
castleford tiger
18/2/2020
22:15
There is far more to Tandem than just bikes nowadays and the busy months for bike sales are in the warmer months from May and before Christmas so supply should mostly be back to normal by then. Results are next month so hopefully management can update us all then.
annecarter
18/2/2020
19:36
10% spread is crazy come on MM
castleford tiger
18/2/2020
19:33
Great podcast by Mr Neary. Think he has it spot on
castleford tiger
18/2/2020
15:23
Indonews You do know that most of https://www.expressco-direct.co.uk/electric-bike.html is distributed from Northants. Its a pretty big place as well. Everyone will have the same problem re supply. We have containers arriving that were shipped pre new year. Containers are leaving ports just a little slower that normal. I know you sold and are out. tiger
castleford tiger
18/2/2020
14:55
BAD SODEN, Germany – The implications of the Coronavirus in China for the bicycle and e-bike industry is becoming more clear. Temporary factory closures and quarantine measures are causing supply chain disruptions, or even cause a complete standstill. This is indicated by a survey of the German industry association Zweirad-Industrie-Verband (ZIV) among its members. It concludes that over 80 percent of the respondents reported delivery delays resulting in reduced economic activity.
wapper
18/2/2020
12:10
In this latest podcast, Graham talks about the “Simon Thompson effect” on share prices, Northamber (#NAR), and the astonishing RNS from Tandem Group (#TND), where Graham is a shareholder. http://bit.ly/38wNos7
jpeel60
18/2/2020
11:22
Consumers won't buy bicycles etc if suppliers don't have any. Sourcing elsewhere e.g. in Europe doesn't help. Most of components are Chinese . Even when get back to work (which has not happened yet) just booking a container to ship the goods will be very difficult. Don't underestimate the impact of this virus : it will be significant. Panic over-ordering will just make it worse. Supply Chain disruptions always impact bottom line . Hopefully it will be brought under control but for sure it will not just be a blip.The longer it takes to resolve the bigger the impact. Not guessing : first hand knowledge.
wapper
18/2/2020
10:13
So lots of guessing then? Have you checked their stock turn through the accounts? China will affect things but it’ll be a blip. People won’t stop buying bikes and may be a good opportunity. However China would have been closed for two weeks anyhow due to the new year, voles are reporting their factories are back open on a reduced footing. I remember buying pace when their factory n Thailand flooded. Was a great investment as was sometimes due to bad weather. There will be a few more with China e.g zytronic and in a years time will be seen in hindsight as an opportunity.
deanowls
18/2/2020
09:29
Spot on, tnd are hugely exposed to Corona their supply chain for everything the sell sits in China or countries sourcing raw materials from china, big profit warning coming for sure, even if they have the orders they will be unable to fulfill, tameside drive is really small and does not hold enough stock for any part of the business in my opinion and I'd bet money they offer poor availability generally due to that lack of space, just look at the huge amount of declining brands they own, how could that small warehouse hold enough stock? If they are outsourcing warehousing to the likes of clipper, then I'd view that at a huge cash drain for slow moving stock
indonews
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