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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Touchstar Plc LSE:TST London Ordinary Share GB00BD9YDB55 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 50.50 48.00 53.00 50.50 50.50 50.50 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 7.1 -0.8 -5.9 - 4

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/8/2020
20:24
Where is that loser?
likitorma
06/8/2020
17:53
Gone into hiding, iamnotanumber66? Apparently, he was going to buy. Loser.
likitorma
06/8/2020
14:58
iamnotanumber66 is a loser, hahahha
likitorma
06/8/2020
14:47
Hahahaha, iamnotanumber66 ran away. Pretending he could buy.
likitorma
06/8/2020
14:00
No, as usual you are wrong, I rather suspect I can afford a lot more than you'll ever own, now haven't you got any tables to clean for the next customers? Onto the filter you go little boy.....
iamnotanumber6
06/8/2020
13:59
You need money to buy, talking is not enough hahaha. Fools
likitorma
06/8/2020
13:32
The only one who can buy volumes is me, from ODX profits. How much can you afford? 5k, 10k, pathetic hahaha
likitorma
06/8/2020
13:13
So, I am right, as usual. No buyers around.
likitorma
06/8/2020
12:34
I'm tempted to buy some more just to shut you up.
iamnotanumber6
06/8/2020
12:25
Binoculars on and no sight of buyers. Waiting for those school dropout market makers to drop the price so that I can buy.
likitorma
06/8/2020
09:08
Luckily, no buyers around until September. I have 4 weeks to buy during which loads of sellers will appear. At the moment therr are no buyers.
likitorma
06/8/2020
07:35
From 30 June update. Interims early Sept. So just around 4 weeks away. "...The forward momentum we had entering this year continues to drive the business forward and we expect a profitable outcome for the six month period ending 30 June 2020. We continue to outperform against the expectations contained in our roadmap to navigate through this Covid-19 crisis (C-19). We expect to report what we believe will be a strong interim result for the six months ending 30(th) June 2020 in early September. The positive trading has flowed into greatly improved cashflow. We continue to generate free cash and will report significantly higher cash balances at the interim stage than those we started 2020 with..."
someuwin
30/7/2020
22:54
I have until September to build a stake. Until then, price will move down since no buyers around. September is when action starts.
likitorma
30/7/2020
10:56
No buyers. Price will move down. Stop ramping, Some.
likitorma
30/7/2020
08:59
Can get a buy quote for £4k. But not for £5k.
someuwin
27/7/2020
21:08
I think one can safely say, if it wasn't for covid19 we would have seen contract after contract landing and thus an share price over a pound by now. Having said that, 500k order book at year end going into what is normally our stronger period is an amazing achievement.
cocker
27/7/2020
15:50
New article published today about PODStar: Food sector logistics in the pandemic era Lockdown has been a testing time for the UK food sector, and also a period of extraordinary demand. From May to July, sales of groceries were up nearly 17percent, with most of that coming from online services and local shops. The way we shop for food has shifted in response to lockdown; many consumers have cut the number of times they visit asupermarket during the week in favour of a larger, planned ‘bulk buying’ approach, often online. That’s when they can get an online delivery or pick up slot though – demand for online food deliveries has skyrocketed too. All told, lockdown has been a sort of boomtime for food distribution, but one that’s made logistically gruelling by a global pandemic. The pressure to expediate supply chains in the face of a never-before-seen public health emergency has been nothing short of monumental. Has there ever been a greater need for digital support and optimisation within the food sector? Here’s how Electronic Proof of Delivery (EPOD) keeps the food sector moving as efficiently as possible. Enabling food sector diversification Many food and catering companies have reacted to the interruption of their normal operations by swiftly adapting their customer services. Restaurants have become meal delivery providers and/or takeaways, while delis and grocers have packaged up meal kits. That’s alongside supermarkets that haven’t had to diversify, but have had to keep warehouses stocked and create as many delivery slots as possible to meet new levels of consumer demand. For the food distributors supplying these businesses, these changes are passed on up the supply chain, creating their own need to provide different types of goods and/or goods in greater volumes. Fully scalable, an EPOD solution like PODstar provides a smooth transition to an expanded vehicle fleet, increased delivery rates and a broadening supply chain, all with full visibility of operations in real time and data stored for analysis and reporting. PODstar takes the headache out of operational agility, automating processes such as route optimisation and job scheduling so as to ensure deliveries are as efficient as possible, even when demand is at its highest. Tracking food safety compliance through to delivery Logistics for the food sector comes with its own unique challenges, not least the fact that the goods are perishable. Food distributors must be able to prove that delivery vehicles and journey durations meet strict food safety and cold chain compliance regulations, especially for chilled and frozen foods. By connecting to temperature monitoring systems in refrigerated and cold chain vehicles, PODstar gives live temperature status at any point in a food delivery in transit or at the drop off. Temperature readings are automatically included in the POD for the customer, along with images taken by the driver on their connected mobile device as extra evidence if required. What’s more, the digital nature of EPOD enables paper-free and contact-free receipt of goods, for maximum social distancing guideline compliance and customer and driver peace of mind. PODstar’s Drop and Go feature allows food delivery businesses to leave goods in a safe place if no one is there to receive them, and prove this through date, time, photographic and geolocation verification, automatically uploaded to the system from the driver’s mobile device. Transparency and clarity for customers Perishable goods and high consumer demand means food and catering companies need suppliers they can rely on. They want to know when deliveries will arrive, be alerted to any change to this as it happens and that their food supplier can provide the order and delivery information they need, when they need it. Through PODstar, customers awaiting food deliveries can access their own unique online portal, where they can view order history, archived PODs and most importantly, real time updates to their goods out for delivery. If anything affects the delivery window automatically generated by PODstar’s job planning and scheduling tool, the customer can see it here, saving the delivery company significant time that could be spent fielding customer calls and enquiries. Complete operational optimisation for the food logistics sector Without the digital infrastructure an EPOD system like PODstar provides, a food distributor is left to manage and respond to the ever-shifting needs of its customers in the dark. Only digital support and optimisation enables a food delivery organisation to pivot its focus quickly enough to stay ahead of its competitors at times of intense demand, or to streamline its operations through automation and integration. Stronger in the long-term While no industry has had an easy time of it during COVID-19, it’s obvious that the logistics industry has had a particularly difficult few months. It is one of only a handful of sectors that has been simultaneously subject to unprecedented demand in some areas and to an overnight drought in others, while also facing the challenges of social distancing, safeguarding and preserving public health. There’s much further to go before any kind of ‘new normal’ can be established but, if the coronavirus crisis has proved anything, it’s that the logistics industry is built of strong stuff. We’re confident that it will emerge stronger than ever. To find out more about how PODstar could benefit your food distribution business, please get in touch with us today.
bio_tango
14/7/2020
12:17
20k available to buy at 54.9p
likitorma
13/7/2020
10:06
Come on market makers, no buyers at this level. Drop the price. I will buy lower and you can get your commission off spread.
likitorma
13/7/2020
09:12
I have a feeling that the price is about to move to 45p. King of the Castle.
likitorma
13/7/2020
08:36
My 15k buy order has been filled. Probably delayed print. Indicative price for another order was above 60p. May do fill or kill again as some recommended.
jeevsje
13/7/2020
08:27
Jeevs, fack off.
likitorma
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