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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Total Produce Plc LSE:TOT London Ordinary Share IE00B1HDWM43 ORD EUR0.01 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 165.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 4,535.1 62.8 8.4 20.8 640

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27/2/2009
02:04
http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=1342426&from=5348 ITA FAR3
k38
27/2/2009
01:52
Hello 150p
k38
27/2/2009
01:44
ONLY 150p SOON NOW Hello 150p schosam buy now or pay later 150p Hello 150p
k38
26/2/2009
16:26
BLUE DAYS RED DAYS + 6.3...362p ARE SAD :(
k38
26/2/2009
16:17
"I'm too old to cry and too young to suffer, but it hurts too much to laugh".
k38
13/2/2009
11:21
Total Eyes Sept '09 Green Light For UK Gas Devt (Total S.A) LONDON -(Dow Jones)- Total SA (TOT) plans to move ahead with development of the Laggan and Tormore gas fields in the West Of Shetland part of the U.K. North Sea and expects to give to receive approval for the investment in September, said Roland Festor, managing director of the company's U.K. exploration and production arm. The company aims to get first gas produced from the fields in 2013, he said. James Herron, Dow Jones Newswires; +44 (0)20 7842 9317; james.herron@dowjones.com
grupo guitarlumber
25/9/2008
13:44
Down on no news, morgan stanley and like selling they need the cash. Glad I only have a small amount. Mr Phil and gateside - are you guys still holding?
wipo1
23/7/2008
18:22
Hi guys, hope yous are still in here. Tough times on markets, although things been a little better for small caps the last few days, looking to add a few of these, think they should be a run up to 50p before interims now oil price has dipped a bit.
wipo1
04/6/2008
07:25
Thanks for your thoughts gateside, much appreciated. Still a bit undecided so might sit tight for a bit longer. Looking to make a few changes to the portfolio at present and contemplating topping up a bit on HBOS to bring them in line with my RBS holding, then probably also taking up the rights shares. Difficult decisions in difficult times!
mrphil
03/6/2008
17:49
MrP. I sold my BLK last August for around 32p ~ I did not like the look of the property market so decided to get out for a nice profit. I still keep an eye on them and could be tempted to buy back, but who knows when BLK will bottom out... I don't. For now I am content that FFY have a 40% stake in BLK. Still holding both FFY & TOT and have no intention of selling either. I agree that TOT is looking the best of the bunch at present, FFY is greatly influenced by exchange rates. FFY is one of the first companies that I bought and I feel that I have got to know them better than most. I am impressed with the management at FFY & I like the fact that they have little debt, which is turning out to be very important in today's financial world. Will be interested to hear what you decide. Good Luck.
gateside
03/6/2008
10:57
Gateside - I'm still holding FFY & BLK as well as TOT, but still dithering whether to just keep TOT. Any thoughts?
mrphil
23/5/2008
19:55
Total Produce pays €23m for firms http://www.ireland.com/newspaper/breaking/2008/0523/breaking14.htm
gateside
23/5/2008
19:55
http://www.domain-b.com/companies/companies_t/Tata_Chemicals/20080514_khet-se_agriproduce.html Tata Chemicals, Total Produce distribution venture Khet-Se Agriproduce goes operational in Punjab news 14 May 2008 Punjab: Khet-Se Agriproduce India Pvt. Ltd., a 50:50 joint venture of Tata Chemicals Limited (TCL) and Total Produce, Ireland launched operations in India with its first state-of-the-art procurement and distribution facility for fresh fruits and vegetables at Malerkotla, Punjab. The centre will cater to the requirements of cities such as Ludhiana and Patiala.in Punjab. Khet-Se is a business to business cash and carry model for fresh fruit and vegetables sourcing, packaging and distribution across India. It will supply hygienically handled, high quality produce to registered business customers and resellers such as small retailers, organised retailers and institutional segments comprising of hotels, restaurants and caterers, through its conveniently located wholesale stores. The distribution facility will have four ripening chambers of 10 MT capacity each (to ripen fruits like banana) and 4 cold storages of 25 MT each, for orting, grading and packing of all fresh produce. Khet-Se aims to bridge the gap between producer and end consumer which will significantly increase efficiencies, improve shelf-life and reduce product loss in the supply chain. It has already partnered with farmers to develop their skills to raise the quality of Indian farm produce through training on good agricultural practices. According to GR Goves chief executive Khet Agriproduce India Pvt Ltd, Khet-Se plans to partner with small retailers and help them in developing competencies to manage their business more effectively. He also said that the next Khet-Se distribution centre will begin operations in Mumbai in the next six months. ''Being in the forefront of this exciting time provides us with an opportunity to innovate and create a new business model that will be a first of its kind in the country,'' said Tata Chemicals' managing director, Homi Khusrokhan, who is also the chairman Khet-Se Agriproduce India Pvt Ltd. ''There is nothing more satisfying for our business than the fact that it is contributing to the upliftment of the farmers and small retailers and enabling them to grow, not by handing out sops, but by making the basic tenets of their business self sustaining.'' Eugene Caulfield, MD, corporate development, Total Produce, said, ''Tata Chemicals has strong links with Indian farmers with its sales of fertilisers, chemicals and other grower requirements through its network of Tata Kisan Sansar distribution centres throughout India. This will help Khet-Se have a big advantage in sourcing high quality fresh produce.'' Total Produce is among Europe's leading fresh produce provider, with a turnover of 2 billion euros and operations across 90 facilities in 13 countries. A complete fresh produce provider, it grows, sources, imports, packages, distributes and markets over 200 lines of fresh fruit and vegetables to the wholesale and the retail trade.
gateside
23/5/2008
08:07
Total Produce acquires 60% of two Dutch produce companies for up to EUR23 million Total Produce plc, Europe's leading fresh produce company, announces that it has entered an agreement to acquire 60% of Haluco B.V. and Nedalpac B.V. ("the Companies"). The initial cash consideration of EUR9.5 million is payable on completion and additional consideration becomes payable in 2011 if certain profit targets are met by the Companies during the three years ended 31 December 2010. The additional consideration will not exceed EUR13.5 million. The transaction is subject to the normal regulatory clearances. Headquartered in Bleiswijk, the Netherlands, the Companies are leading providers of fresh produce specialising in Dutch salad products, mainly tomatoes, capsicums and cucumbers which they supply to a range of customers across Europe. The Companies operate from extensive purpose-built facilities and employ almost 400 people. The Companies recorded a combined profit before tax of EUR5.5 million on turnover of EUR298 million in the year ended 31 December 2007 and will have net assets of approximately EUR7.5 million at completion. The Companies have average net debt of approximately EUR10 million. The Companies will continue to be managed by Mr. Jan van der Lugt and Mr. Iza Havenaar, the vendors, together with Mr. Johan Hensen and Mr. Harry Surminski. As part of the transaction, each has entered into a long term service agreement. Commenting on the transaction, Carl McCann, Chairman of Total Produce said: "The management team operate a large and successful business and we are very pleased that we have reached agreement with them and to join with them as shareholders in the Companies. This will further enhance our spread of business, and our product offering for our customers." Mr. Jan van der Lugt and Mr. Iza Havenaar, of Haluco Beheer said: "Haluco and Nedalpac are very happy to be joining the Total Produce Group. We expect that this new combination will provide improved added value to help us continue the process of developing our customer and supplier base." Total Produce expects the acquisition to be earnings enhancing from the date of completion.
gateside
04/3/2008
10:13
Total Produce 2007 results ahead of forecasts http://www.rte.ie/business/2008/0304/totalproduce.html Tuesday, 4 March 2008 09:48 Total Produce, the fruit and vegetable distributor spun off from Fyffes, has reported pre-tax profits of €33.2m for 2007, up from €18.9m in 2006. Revenues rose by over 30% to €2.4 billion. Adjusted earnings per share rose by 11.4% to 6.35 cent in 2007 from 5.70 in 2006. The figures were ahead of expectations. Total Produce said the majority of the revenue increase reflects the acquisition of Redbridge Holdings in January 2007 and the contribution of a significant number of bolt-on acquisitions during the year. Total said that the full year outcome for the produce division was 'satisfactory' despite poor summer weather and supply constraints in some key lines during the autumn and early winter. It added that weather conditions in the first half of the year were especially favourable for demand for its produce. The company said that trading in the year to date is in line with expectations and the board is targeting a mid-single digit growth in adjusted earnings per share for 2008. 'Total Produce will continue to pursue its plans to further expand and develop the group,' commented Carl McCann, the company's Chairman. Shares in the company jumped by 7% in Dublin trade this morning, rising by four cent to 61 cent.
gateside
28/2/2008
08:38
Good to see this ticking back upwards in the run up to results.
gateside
18/1/2008
20:06
MUMBAI (Thomson Financial) - India's Tata Chemicals Ltd is planning a major foray into the wholesale business of fruits and vegetables in the country through its 50:50 joint venture with Irelands Total Produce PLC called Khetse Agriproduce India, local business daily The Economic Times reported. The newspaper quoted Homi Khusrokhan, managing director of Tata Chemicals, saying Khetse will invest almost 7.5 bln rupees to set up 50 cash-and-carry distribution centres by 2012. Khusrokhan also said the venture would not enter into the retail business and may consider exporting the surplus fruits and vegetables produced in the country. The paper said the first distribution centre will be opened at Ludhiana in the northern Indian state of Punjab in April 2008.
gateside
30/11/2007
08:37
http://www.independent.ie/business/world/8364127m-plan-to-make-total-produces-india-venture-bear-fruit-1231942.html €127m plan to make Total Produce's India venture bear fruit Wednesday November 28 2007 Total Produce's joint venture in India is poised to invest more than €127m on a new network of 50 fruit and vegetable distribution centres. The Fyffe's spin-off is an equal partner in India's Khetse Agriproduce with Tata Chemicals. Tata Chemicals chief executive Homi Krusrokhan, confirmed this week that the chain was on target to be fully completed by 2012, adding that the first centre would open next April in Punjab province, with another due to open soon after in Mumbai. Each distribution centre would cost €2.54m, he added. Earlier this year, Total Produce and Tata Chemicals injected an initial €4.5m into the venture -- to enable funding of the first two centres, but the scale of the planned venture was not known until Mr Krusrokhan's comments. Total Produce chairman Carl McCann hinted at the time of the initial investment that the Indian business represented a significant opportunity for the company to build a "large and successful" operation on the sub-continent. Almost 40pc of fresh produce in India goes to waste, according to Mr Krusrokhan. He said this week that the new business might consider exporting surplus fruits and vegetables. The network is expected to increase efficiencies in the market, improve produce shelf life and reduce product loss in the supply chain. In September, Total Produce reported its first set of results following its demerger from last year from Fyffes. Revenue for the first half of the year rose 33pc to €1.22bn, while group operating profit increased nearly 15pc to €23.5m. Warm weather in northern Europe during the first half of the year boosted sales, but the group acknowledged that the poor summer in some areas had reduced demand for some products. In October, Total Produce entered into a joint venture agreement with Blackrock, another Fyffe's spin-off, to buy 135 acres of land in north Dublin for €25m from former Fyffes chairman, Neil McCann.
gateside
23/10/2007
14:55
Chart looking good now for a rise to mid 50s maybe even 60p over 12 months.
wipo1
17/10/2007
09:05
Full story... http://www.freshinfo.com/index.php?s=n&ss=nd&sid=43835
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