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Xpediator Plc LSE:XPD London Ordinary Share GB00BF6P5V92 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 26.50 18,331 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
26.00 27.00 26.50 26.50 26.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 436.24 4.29 0.29 91.4 38
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:44:11 O 384 26.70 GBX

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Posted at 07/12/2022 08:20 by Xpediator Daily Update
Xpediator Plc is listed in the Industrial Transportation sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker XPD. The last closing price for Xpediator was 26.50p.
Xpediator Plc has a 4 week average price of 24p and a 12 week average price of 19p.
The 1 year high share price is 63.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 19p.
There are currently 141,688,425 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 20,010 shares. The market capitalisation of Xpediator Plc is £37,547,432.63.
Posted at 23/11/2022 09:29 by gleach23
About time XPD joined in with the market bounce. Shares in short supply currently (can only buy 7500 @ 26p online whereas can sell at least 30k @ 24p).

Hopefully we'll suddenly vault over 30p in the not too distant...chart looking primed imo

Posted at 05/11/2022 18:53 by svend2
petewey - are you able to share that article from ST please?
Posted at 03/11/2022 15:22 by svend2
G23 - Agree Q3 trading update was a pleasant surprise seems they are indeed cracking on and running on full pressure in must tires now with all wheels spinning in the final best quarter of the year still to be completed if this sales momentum continues the halfway mark 500m is within reach soon and at that point, I would expect the share price to leap faster and further above 50p I am still holding for the longer term and 2023 look promising with the new warehouse in Rosendal to come on line. Expects profits in 2023 to be in the teens and return to paying dividends hopefully.
Posted at 03/11/2022 08:22 by gleach23
...and after all that, they issue a Q3 trading update anyway :)

Must admit my heart sank when I saw it was a trading update but was pleasantly surprised when I read it -

- reiteration of confidence in the £9m adjusted PBT ("comfortably on track")
- increased cash generation (albeit to be used to reduce payables not debt)
- stabilised debt position (had accelerated in H1 22 but forecast to be unchanged H2)
- strong demand across all 3 divisions
- encouraging early signs for turnaround of UK businesses

With a supportive wider market backdrop I would hope to see XPD back in the 30s before long.

Posted at 04/10/2022 23:28 by svend2
G223 Today's action on the general markets i.e. a nice follow-through day then we maybe could be in for a short relief rally in my opinion high 20s within a span of a day and mid-30s sooner than I can get my fresh order ticket arranged. In contrast to your view (sorry), I am starting to feel the new management teams which showing fresh commitments by staying on the board that 'should' allow for execution but only time will tell if that is going to be the case. meanwhile, I am keeping my share bets on hold hooping for the target of 1 billion in turnovers in the next 3-4 years to be achieved all IMOO DYOR
Posted at 03/10/2022 16:15 by gleach23
Hi svend2...yup, obviously disappointing news re profit, debt and dividend. I got out of what I could between 28p and 32p on the morning of results and am carrying the remaining loss for the moment. I have averaged down around 20-22p in the hope of a bounce as I think they've fallen too far.

At the IMC meeting I was one of the investors who asked what full year management expectations were as they commented in the results "Good start to the traditionally stronger second half of the year and on track to meet full year management expectations." The answer was £9m PBT which will be some going from £0.2m at the half way stage. That said, they made just under £7m in H2 last year so if things are looking stronger and they can implement fixes that affected UK in H1, then perhaps they can get close.

After the meeting I thought I should have asked them if, given they state they're on track to hit full year and we're now at the end of Q3, they planned to issue a Q3 Trading Update. It would be reassuring for the market if they were able to issue a positive update. I tried to get the question in via IMC after the event. If I don't hear back I'll write to XPD direct.

Given the debt situation though, when we were told working capital was going to unwind this year, I'm less confident in the management, albeit there have been lots of changes.

Posted at 13/5/2022 11:38 by irnbru4
And divergence between XPD and WIN share price performance.
Posted at 04/4/2022 13:31 by km18
Xpediator Plc posted FY21 numbers this morning. The Group generated substantial organic growth with Group revenue up 34% to a record £296.6m. Adjusted profit before tax was up 25% to £9.1m, adjusted EPS down a touch to 3.68p. Total dividend for the year was 1.1p, down from 1.5p in FY20. Trading so far in the first two months of the year has been ahead of expectations, March was in-line despite the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Management expressed cautious optimism on the short term outlook with medium to long term aspirations still on track. So the business is still moving forward, like many businesses management are having to contend with inflationary pressures. Valuation is average, forward PE ratio of 11.1 is mid-range for the Freight & Logistics Services sector, PS ratio at 0.3 is top quartile. Balance sheet is in decent shape, but the share price is in an 8-month correction and still falling following today’s EPS growth contraction. Not a bad growing business, but one to monitor for the time being....

....from WealthOracleAM

https://wealthoracle.co.uk/detailed-result-full/XPD/405

Posted at 04/2/2022 09:49 by gleach23
It's been a few days since this article has been in the public domain so this week's ST write-up for the record -

"On the hunt for value
The spike in share price volatility has been a feature of financial markets since the start of this year, and no more so that in my small-cap hunting ground. However, investors have been indiscriminately selling off shares even when the fundamental case for investing is sound, and valuations are attractive.

A good example is Braintree-based international freight management services group Xpediator (XPD: 56p). Having initiated coverage at 45p (Alpha Report: 'Profit from a Brexit winner’, 19 February 2021), and seen the share price almost hit my upgraded 85p target last summer, I feel that the subsequent de-rating represents a repeat buying opportunity.

A modest 2022 enterprise valuation of 5.6 times cash profit (28 per cent discount to peers), price/earnings (PE) ratio of 12.5 (14.5 for peers) and 3 per cent prospective dividend yield (2.7 per cent) shout value. Moreover, the board has just announced that it will comfortably exceed its 2021 profit guidance, having already raised pre-tax profit guidance by more than 10 per cent to £8.5mn last summer. Zeus Capital now expects annual profit of £8.75mn on a third higher revenue of £298mn. On this basis, expect 14 per cent higher EPS of 4.45p and a 11 per cent hike in the payout to 1.7p a share.



Xpediator’s sound fundamentals

- 2022 free cash flow of £10mn to wipe out net debt and provide additional funds for acquisitions
- Freight forwarding volumes benefiting from strong performance from Balkan countries
- Romanian palletised freight distribution network boosts warehousing profits

Operating from 38 offices in the UK and nine central and eastern European (CEE) countries, Xpediator offers more than 14,000 clients integrated freight management within the supply chain logistics and fulfilment sector in three main areas: freight forwarding, logistics and warehousing, and transport services

Strong increases in freight forwarding revenues (around 80 per cent of group revenue and 60 per cent of operating profit) has been driven primarily by CEE markets, higher sea freight volumes and an uplift from UK customs clearance work post Brexit. Lithuania and Bulgaria were significant contributors.

Xpediator’s Pall-Ex (Romania) franchise, a fast-growing palletised freight distribution network offering 24-hour delivery, contributed to double-digit growth in both forecast revenue and operating profit from the group’s logistics and warehousing division (17 per cent of group revenue and 22 per cent of operating profit). It’s worth flagging up that the benefits of the integration and additional space from Xpediator’s newly constructed 200,000 sq ft facility at Southampton are expected to be realised in 2022.

Despite the reduction in road transportation due to the pandemic, increased freight movement and expansion into the Balkans has helped drive a recovery in Xpediator’s Affinity brand. This business provides bundled fuel and toll cards and transport services (ferry bookings, insurances and VAT refunds) to 2,000 Eastern European hauliers and 14,500 lorries.

True, advanced payments to secure key supplier performance and costs associated with a new freight forwarding operating system in the UK resulted in closing net debt of £4.9mn (pre-IFRS16 lease liabilities), or three times the level at the half-year results. However, working capital should ease through this year, so much so that Zeus expect annual free cash flow of £10mn and closing net cash of £1.8mn by the year-end.

Reassuringly, a focus of interim chief executive Wim Pauwels is to maximise organic growth potential. He replaced former incumbent Rob Ross last autumn and has been on Xpediator’s board since November 2019, so he knows the business well. Pauwels has the requisite industry experience, having previously been chief regional officer for Yusen Logistics Europe (annual turnover of €1bn). The directors highlight “several acquisition targets” which would materially increase the activity and capability of the group, too. Buy."

Posted at 10/11/2020 10:22 by amch
I've got real concerns about Brexit here. Could really impact haulage to Europe and be a big negative for the XPD share price if not resolved very soon.
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