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Versarien LSE:VRS London Ordinary Share GB00B8YZTJ80 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50p -2.00% 122.50p 121.00p 124.00p 124.50p 122.50p 124.50p 270,349 14:00:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 9.0 -1.6 -1.0 - 188.19

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17/1/2019
16:31
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ic0gcds00
17/1/2019
16:30
A new 2 year innovate programme here re plastics usage. A hot topic. Hopefully opportunities for vrs 2D materials. Ie reduce volume used in plastic bottles per consumer packaging collab rns. Best ellis 'UK Circular Plastics Network.' "UKCPN runs events and activities to bring together the diverse users of plastic products and realise the best outcomes for eliminating plastic waste." "The UK Circular Plastics Network (UKCPN) aims to bring together the diverse users of plastic products and realise the best outcomes for eliminating plastic wastethrough a programme of networking and knowledge-sharing events and related support activities. The Circular Plastics Network will create a coordinated, integrated and aligned community of stakeholders in order to share best practice, focused on unlocking the most critical, short term barriers to plastics circularity. UKCPN will facilitate the following: Eliminating the volume of plastic waste arising from within the UK.Raising awareness and sharing best practice to improve the rate of UK plastic recycling. Sharing best practice to reduce levels of confusion amongst citizens and highlighting user-centred design. Showcasing innovation that is focused on reducing the amount of plastic ending up in the environment. UKCPN is an activity supported by UK Research and Innovation, and forms part of the Plastics Research Innovation Fund (PRIF), which is engaging Britain’s best scientists and innovators to help move the country towards more circular economic and sustainable approaches to plastics. The launch of UKCPN will bring to light the current situation regarding plastics and work to improve the country’s relationship with plastic and towards reducing plastic waste. This two-year programme brings together those with solutions to the problem and facilitates circular supply chain engagement with those solutions. More than 12 events will be undertaken throughout the UK over the next two years, while there will also be a website for the community to interact with one another (launching in early 2019). As well as this, a directory of companies relevant to this sector will be produced and encompassed in a larger landscape map accessible to all of the UK Circular Plastic members." htTps://www.ktn-uk.co.uk/programmes/uk-circular-plastics-network
ellissj
17/1/2019
16:25
agree shev
adejuk
17/1/2019
16:01
Tell you what Ian. I'm not going to wait until I've made a load of cash on here before I'm sunning myself on a beach. I intend to be there on March 29 if the silly bleeders over here go through with the National Suicide Pact. If I wait for VRS I might be counted among the dead.
pshevlin
17/1/2019
16:00
This may be better: "hTtps://bit.ly/2FwA2Bu"
laginaneil
17/1/2019
15:58
Hi All, A bit about Graphene standards or lack of here: "htTps://www.securingindustry.com/electronics-and-industrial/graphene-r-d-held-back-by-fake-black-powders-/s105/a9089/" Maybe regurgitated from past.
laginaneil
17/1/2019
15:53
CPI blog on composites 8th jan. This extract mentions 'sensors' and also 'graphene.' Best ellis. 'Surmounting Industry Challenges to Strengthen the Composites Innovation Chain.' 08 January 2019 "Overcoming Industry Challenges:" "We help partners overcome a variety of industry challenges, which include replacing or integrating metals with composite materials to reduce weight while enhancing strength. Our support also covers the implementation of flexible, thin-film sensors in composite materials and better control of thermal and electrical properties to increase conductivity or insulation. Our projects have focused on a number of performance attributes, including the improvement of heat transfer and electrical conduction and strength, while reducing the size of components. We have worked on graphene-based conductive coatings for metal passivation to increase manufacturing productivity and reduce production cost for lightweight metal containers and electrodes for batteries. Another area we have concentrated upon is project Necomada, by making improvements to electrical conductivity and low fill factor in adhesives and bonding agents to provide high conductivity, low-cost adhesives for the Internet of Things market. Finally, we have worked on the ultra-demanding application for advanced mechanical properties for body and vehicle armour, to provide lighter, more flexible materials that are easier to use and more comfortable to wear. This expertise means we are able to help customers solve complex problems and develop innovative solutions, while reducing the environmental impact and improving the sustainability of products through their entire life cycle. And, as composites become even more ubiquitous in modern society, our knowledge means we will play a significant role in their future proliferation...." htTps://www.uk-cpi.com/blog/providing-new-possibilities-in-the-composites-innovation-supply-chain?utm_content=82569485&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&hss_channel=tw-84051088
ellissj
17/1/2019
15:44
"Thursday today and Friday tomorrow, then its Monday" that's what I love about the posters on this board - they're so switched on, they know how to read a calendar and *everything* ;-) not sure why everyone is dropping such heavy hints about Monday - it's just another day, and probably another day without any good news. Y'all will know when I'm happy with VRS's progress: I won't be posting on here, I'll be on a cruise or sunning myself on a beach somewhere. I'm sure that, like me, y'all can't wait for that to come to pass...
club sandwich
17/1/2019
15:44
Latest high value manufacturing HMV newsletter here. Best ellis. htTps://t.co/HtqjrqHKDv?amp=1
ellissj
17/1/2019
15:34
hxxps://www.cpexecutive.com/post/amp/getting-ready-for-the-ev-station-surge/?__twitter_impression=true Zap&Go say current Tesla models will be seen as the old mobile phone bricks from the early 80's once the new Ultra fast charging come's in. Glad VRS have a piece of the pie and also in Gnanomat in Spain. GLA. Thursday today and Friday tomorrow, then its Monday.
robinhood69
17/1/2019
14:33
rovi - boo hoo. I'm happy to reciprocate.
club sandwich
17/1/2019
14:32
Big sells are going through yes... but being easily absorbed.Maybe just a change of ownership.
festario
17/1/2019
14:17
cs filtered
rovi70
17/1/2019
14:15
and yet the sell price goes up?
pshevlin
17/1/2019
14:13
Some bigtime sells going through here,
pshevlin
17/1/2019
13:10
Shavian, since you are on did you get my advice on fitting All weather tyres if you are off to Switzerland/
pshevlin
17/1/2019
13:01
You best hold on till Monday then, or sell the lot ..... :-)
squire007
17/1/2019
12:56
"Doesn't look liked much has happened here past few days." nothing has happened here this *year*. Which some people might think is a bit strange, given the number of irons allegedly in the fire.
club sandwich
17/1/2019
12:43
Keeping the economic debate open on China................ Offshoring or Brexit fallout? Production is moving out of England for British sports car brand Lotus as Chinese owner Geely transfers manufacturing to a new plant in central China capable of putting out 150K vehicles per year. Geely also owns a suite of automotive businesses from Volvo Cars to Proton, and has stakes in Mercedes-Benz-owner Daimler and truckmaker Volvo Group. A good reason to establish bases around the world to avoid this sort of disruption. Roll on the Chinese deals now we have "some" clarification on Brexit issues Mr Government.
anley
17/1/2019
12:43
Morning all. Been busy in St Lucia past few days. To chilled to scroll through past post. Doesn't look liked much has happened here past few days. That sum things up?
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