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XPD Xpediator Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Xpediator Plc LSE:XPD London Ordinary Share GB00BF6P5V92 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 43.75 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 43.75 GBX

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26/7/202323:00Xpediator Plc:Revenue to increase over 4 fold to Ј 1 BILLION in 5 years471
30/5/202111:53Xpediator PLC544

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Posted at 26/6/2023 12:33 by mfhmfh
if this share is held until the company de-lists, will all shareholders become shareholders in a private company or will we be paid 42p per share + 2p dividend?
Posted at 18/4/2023 14:05 by arctic1854
Alas, if only what you say were the case. As soon as a company starts using words like despite, you know that something could be up. I quote. "The company recognises the economic uncertainty and resulting potential headwinds created by the events in Ukraine driving up inflation and creating caution around business and consumer spending and constantly reviews its plans and performance to mitigate these," the directors said. It doesn't really matter how well the company has subsequently handled the situation. Sentiment over reality has damaged the share price. As for a downturn in the economy all you have to do is look at the figures reported. Increased revenues sure but a miserable profit margin and cancellation of the last dividend tell the story. I wouldn't put too much credence on the most recent trading update. Very possibly this was just an example of the directors looking after the interests of shareholders, by trying to put spin on a share price whilst under negotiations with Blyth and co. It may seem that I am leaping to their defence, but not really, I just believe in innocent until proven guilty. My interests and yours are aligned as shareholders. If you have evidence of wrongdoing, then present it, and if credible then I, and I am sure all the rest of the small shareholders would be fully behind you.
Posted at 18/4/2023 10:11 by big7ime
Except Ukraine hasn’t affected XPD nor has what some reckon a downturn in the economy which I don’t see evidence of, the trading update was quite clear. Management aren’t looking after the interests of shareholders which is what they are paid to do. But heh that’s now typical
Posted at 17/4/2023 17:39 by arctic1854
big7ime. You call it defeatist, I call it realist. By all means go off on some crusade. If you get a result then I would be a winner too. Before you do though, try and get some evidence of misdoings. All you have at the moment is that you don't like the price offered. That offer being for a share whose price is currently adversely affected by the tragic goings on in Ukraine, a conflict which has all the signs of dragging on and on. Add to that our own struggling economy, where transport is always one of the first sectors to be affected. So far we have had no meaningful comment from any director as to why they are recommending this offer. It might be prudent to wait and see what is said. A counter bid from some third party would be brilliant, there's lots of them out there, but so far I've seen no sign of any of them rushing to join the party. Yes my broker does send me voting forms for my holdings and I always vote, and for the time being my inclination is to see how things unfold with an inclination to accept the offer and move on to other things.
Posted at 10/4/2023 18:29 by arctic1854
I've never previously posted on here, but feel inclined to comment on the XPD offer. Everybody seems heated about 44p, and rightly so. It does seem to undervalue the company I don't know, maybe by half. It is very odd that such a lowball offer would have the directors support. You then have to recognise that there are two sides to every story. Maybe just maybe this is a fair offer and they know something that we the small investors do not know. Were XPD a FTSE 100 company there would be ructions, but it's not. The space they occupy does not have the same expectation of reporting or accountancy The old boss would probably know this, and priced this offer accordingly. The directors may have been offered some dodgy inducement, who can say. The options for us could be to take our concerns to the financial conduct guys. We wouldn't win any vote. But really, what would be the point. Interminable delays at the cost meanwhile of any decent share price, to eventually get nowhere. It seems to me that the best course of action would be to put this one down to experience, and move on using the money on something better. Should anyone be curious I have an average purchase price of 42.6p. So yes I would be in profit, but barely. Hardly worth the bother. Regards and GLA.
Posted at 06/4/2023 16:24 by big7ime
Can’t believe they haven’t increased their bid! But they are taking a gamble - You used to get a white knight in these circumstances. Being sold off on the cheap so undervaluedassets I reckon you are well within your rights to suggest that. The Ukraine war hadn’t affected them as feared - share price reaction was overly cautious and the trading statement since should have got this moving, if it wasn’t for this ridiculous low ball bid which doesn’t get close to the true value imo. I’m holding tight for a counter bid which could easily come, nothing to lose and certainly not selling until it’s unconditional
Posted at 06/4/2023 10:37 by undervaluedassets
if the board and management is recommending this then they are being "looked after" IMHO.

Why would you recommend a bid at 50% below all-time high Share price when in revenue terms we have just had best ever interims?
Posted at 15/2/2023 00:16 by svend2
jon123 you were spot-on maybe when Blyth realised the management team in charge at present can generate nearly 400-500m in turnover without any further acquisitions. Maybe then with the new addition of the new dutch warehouse/integration completed then the £ 1B target is maybe just around the corner for him. which I estimate would net the company close to £ 45-50m in profit PA going forward. basically, I am saying a share price less than 80 p is not up for discussion - AIMOO GLA
Posted at 10/2/2023 23:25 by svend2
If XPD are letting themselves up for sale at least inviting the freight forwarding community in and participating in the bidding discussions with companies like DSV in Denmark might be an obvious initial invitee to level out the bidding. Can someone who knows the brokers for XPD, please engage in order for us SHAREHOLDERS at least get a BETTER/fair deal THAN WHAT HAS BEEN LABELLED SOFAR?
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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