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  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.10 0.33% 30.10 29.15 30.15 30.75 30.10 30.75 77,007 10:49:33
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Industrial Engineering 6.6 -8.1 -4.5 - 58

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27/9/2021
10:53
"There?s something that dosen?t smell quite right that the guy who dishes out the innovate loans is on the Board of VRS." Especially since, according to Innovate's own criteria, VRS doesn't qualify for the loans. Another candidate for the witness list, I think...
sloppyjoe2
27/9/2021
10:42
superg1, I'll aim to bug out of posting much more on this board, but just to try to make clear on my own agenda / purpose. I only tend to post these days on shares which have slumped dramatically, and where there are people posting in a very bearish way, in attempt to get weaker holders to exit at very poor prices. Such extreme-bears can appear credible but, in most cases, they do appear to have a clear agenda, in that they are dying to buy shares at a lower price. The point being that they are not being open & honest. I, for one, really appreciate the level of research & perspective you have provided - it's really often been very useful, not least because it allows others to follow up on the various elements you raise (time permitting!). However, we also have a few 'mega-bulls' on this board and, oddly perhaps, such mega-bulls can also cause great damage to the company in question, if the mega-bulls also appear to be completely unbalanced and not willing to engage in any reasoned discussion. There will be many 'silent' readers of the Advfn board that will notice that (some) bullish supporters of the company do not appear to be willing to act in a balanced & measured way. And I remain worried that Neil - as a key, individual player here - is not willing to listen to anyone at all - I hope I am wrong in that view, but when people ask him to indicate when (graphene-related) revenues of any significance can be expected, he replies back with something like it depends on your definition of 'significant', rather than to make any attempt to answer the question. I think both Neil, and our Advfn mega-bulls would serve the emerging VRS rather better, if some degree of sensible balance could be evidenced. I am actually a VRS bull in the grand scheme of things, but it is almost impossible to both beat down the non-sensical posts of a few extreme-bears if - at the same time - there is a need to try to apply some adjustment to the expressed views on the extreme-bull side also. You will always getting a wide range of views on any particular share, but the silent majority of advfn users will be able to tell when they are being fed a good amount of complete B/S at either end of the spectrum. But we now seem to live in a world where any reasoned debate is just not possible via such on-line forums - but my aim is to keep my substantial VRS shareholding in place for as long as possible, 'cos I hope that a significant upturn in the VRS share price will come, starting with the first confirmed news of any meaningfully-sized (graphenes) revenue deals. Equally, though, if VRS is not able to confirm ANY meaningful (graphenes) revenue generation within, say, x years - a point will come when I need to exit out of this (and admit I called things wrong from a VRS share price viewpoint). David
holidayfunds8
27/9/2021
10:41
Lol, welcome mini-me Seems that Range is such a psychopath that he has cloned me. Hilarious mate, but it won’t help you with ADME and all your false postings.
terminator1o1
27/9/2021
10:40
Ha! He's copying and pasting your posts, which has double the impact. Result!
festario
27/9/2021
10:40
Lol, welcome mini-me Seems that Range is such a psychopath that he has cloned me. Hilarious mate, but it won't help you with ADME and all your false postings.
terminator101
27/9/2021
10:35
Looks like things maybe coming together on the textile front,most recent article Established in 2011, Versarien is at the moment involved in or has completed over 100 separate projects in various fields and also in textiles. They have, for example, existing partnerships with Sri Lanka-headquartered MAS Innovation, the apparel manufacturer with 93,000 employees worldwide and customers entailing, for example, H&M, Calvin Klein, Marks & Spencer, Nike and Ralph Lauren. Another collaboration is with the Coats Group, the world’s largest manufacturer of sewing threads. Versarien collaborations with other textile companies are presently confidential, but the company is also interested in establishing more partnerships. The business offers products that are capable of having a huge impact in a broad variety of industry sectors. They have now focused on combining graphene ink with textiles to make advances in the sportswear industry. "Versarien has truly done the legwork on the science of graphene across a wide number of fields, and we have established technologies that are now ripe for commercialisation,”
fruitpastel
27/9/2021
10:31
There’s something that dosen’t smell quite right that the guy who dishes out the innovate loans is on the Board of VRS.
terminator1o1
27/9/2021
10:03
100 ton is not going to be enough .... Pump up the volume :-)
squire007
27/9/2021
09:54
There's something that dosen't smell quite right that the guy who dishes out the innovate loans is on the Board of VRS.
terminator101
27/9/2021
09:53
I recall that the innovate loans were limited to one million pounds, but in the case of VRS they chose to give five maximum loans (S C A L E).
verger
27/9/2021
09:18
Surely 99% vrs lol. As 100% means you have inside information.Sorry just being a little perdantic this morning. Value your opinion.I am intrigued thou as to why the loan was only 5 million. After all government is expected not to recover 25billion on loans given out in past 18mths so a loan of 10 million would be peanut. However I think it would have given a lot of confidence not only to vrs but also to shareholders. Hence lanstead would not be getting shares at a steal
flatcoat1
27/9/2021
09:17
An example where the UK is going with green ideas. Have a read up on this one if you haven't already [...]
superg1
27/9/2021
09:15
Green in the future, the funds will be all about green investments. Graphene is starting to show it's green potential for infrastructure. That would be on a huge scale when taken up, so the first step would be to show large scale commercial capability. Hardly surpassing them that VRS have kit with 100 tonne capability due to be commissioned. I did note on the punchline interview they said they were working hard on production including working on the bank holiday, so they are clearly producing graphene for something.
superg1
27/9/2021
09:08
Graphene is a national asset of potential immense value to the government. They have planned for years to be the world lead and have invested in it, via the various expert centres. The breaking cover on perpetuus shows they have a very close eye on anything graphene related. VRS Gov loan MOD HS2 Highways England (by the look of it) Plus others we won't know about. Take the MOD on one factor that can be seen, graphene used to camouflage heat signatures. Heat signatures in the clandestine world are in far more applications that many us would know about, masking those that would be a major breakthrough. Matt said in the early days, to grow UK jobs and UK revenue. There is no doubt at all that the UK gov see graphene and the expertise as a huge asset to the UK. There are various docs around which I haven't had time to read yet.
superg1
27/9/2021
09:06
Agreed just surprised share price hasn't recognised this. May be because no one will get to see the profitability of the project for VRS.
philbyk144
27/9/2021
09:05
Good to see Bobbie still active. Seems like same stuff published earlier in the year but thank you. Did you see Matt at the AGM? Wondering how mass production in Korea is going? Normal questions from me, not designed to do a LTS.
dudhew
27/9/2021
09:01
Apologies if anything is duplicated already posted etc. The trail for VRS is the last few years seems to have gone very much UK gov focussed. A big indicator was the China deal no go with an immediate £5m loan from the Gov via Innovate UK. The intervention re Perpetuus took the suspicion of Gov meddling, to absolutely nailed on. Clearly they is much secrecy over the A1, at 3 mile about 10,000 tonnes plus of recycling Asphalt equates to material news for someone but it appears to be embargoed. As Highways England (gov owned) are doing it, then it must be the UK gov for whatever reason restricting those involved from talking about it right now. As said before it's 100% VRS to me and will become known as and when restrictions allow it. There are too many public data arrows pointing at VRS for it not to be them. If it is not them they comment openly say no of anyone asked, but not able to comment type replies if it is them.
superg1
27/9/2021
08:44
This may be of interest - apologize if already mentioned. hTTps://blog.drupa.com/en/smart-textiles-graphene-ink/
laginaneil
27/9/2021
08:23
Hello Shammytime, Sorry you have 'no credibility.' -filtered.
laginaneil
27/9/2021
08:10
Why would you say that? Are you a mind reader? Just interested on how you know so much about things that have not happened. Do share. Thanks.
dudhew
27/9/2021
08:09
"They did this by using “a complex weave of black carbon fiber and a special resin.” I am guessing that this isn't graphene related; but it sounds like the kind of area in which it could become so. hTTps://www.autoevolution.com/news/new-metal-free-cfrp-rocket-tank-can-survive-cryogenic-fuels-and-thats-huge-170257.html EDIT: Similar report 2 months ago: hTTps://www.esa.int/Enabling_Support/Space_Transportation/Rocket_tanks_of_carbon_fibre_reinforced_plastic_proven_possible
grabster
27/9/2021
08:03
All hot air. We will be in exactly the same position in two years time, NR will be scrambling around trying to cling on to an EV collaboration like a leach. VRS/NR has no credibility.
shammytime
27/9/2021
07:55
Posters do realise that Terminator101 gets paid 10p a post. Very sad life he leads trolling boards to upset posters.
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