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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Zambeef Products Plc LSE:ZAM London Ordinary Share ZM0000000201 ORD ZMW0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 7.625 7.50 7.75 7.625 7.625 7.63 0.00 07:33:34
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 174.9 7.2 2.0 3.8 19

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/2/2015
19:39
Exactly Salpara111 Even if there is a second seller daily volumes of 5-10 million will clear them no problem. Looks certain the first seller will be completely out by the morning so we shall know by the movement or lack of movement if there is a second seller.
21trader
07/2/2015
10:48
Looked at this last year when IC and Shares mag were tipping it. I was uneasy about the business model and external risks so did not invest.....good decision for once! Looking at it again I do think that they have reached an inflexion point. Having said that, it is clear that there has been consistent and massive selling going on in the background driving the share price down. It is good to see senior management buying up 2.54% of the company last week, taking their collective stake up to about 9%, but what is perhaps more surprising is that despite that volume of buying and the business sale the share price has hardly registered any movement. I think I will take an opening stake and then wait until I see what the next trading update looks like. Sooner or later the big seller will clear out and that should allow for a decent bump in the share price
salpara111
06/2/2015
17:46
Has the chickens flown and the cattle run away then ? INVEST IN AFRICA best place for making money.
hvs
06/2/2015
17:12
That is great volume to clear the seller or two sellers quickly. Have a good feeling about this bouncing well. Will add on Monday. ps..the closing spread was 10-10.2p
21trader
06/2/2015
15:37
We'll see....a few more 2 million blocks changing hands at 10p will help though. edit + 1 mil 3 mil nice
21trader
06/2/2015
12:24
think there is more than 1 institutional seller, as the price came down from 25p to under 10p quite quickly on small volumes....
grollfam
06/2/2015
12:13
If the buying continues at current rates the seller just might be out by the close today.
21trader
06/2/2015
08:33
Had a good few this morning. Once that seller is out the chart suggests 15-20p bounce easily achievable.
21trader
05/2/2015
19:13
Looks a nailed on overhang recovery play.
21trader
05/2/2015
18:57
directors speak for themselves too, the bought 6.5m shares of the seller
paul the octopus
04/2/2015
14:27
chart speaks volume, lets see what the market will do to the price
paul the octopus
03/2/2015
08:21
Why multibagger ? book value was USD26.2 million , Zambeef acquired Zamanita for US$16.0 million in January 2008, & sold for USD25.7 million , not sure about the tax though...
grollfam
03/2/2015
07:31
My reading is that Cargill have had ZAM over a barrel in these negotiations....clearly a distress/fire sale in my book. Unfortunate for ZAM.
multibagger
30/1/2015
19:51
Thanks for the reply Boonkoh. I must admit, I only did limited research into this stock and bought after the tip 'One for 2014' now looking at a 70% loss!
dhickmott
29/1/2015
23:29
Small cap shares always drift downwards when there's no information flow. Also lots of uncertainty on the macroeconomic factors of Zambia's economy and the new policies of the new president.
boonkoh
29/1/2015
20:37
What's going on with this stock!?
dhickmott
01/1/2015
01:01
https://www.daily-mail.co.zm/#article/15818Zambia Daily MailKALONDE NYATI, LusakaZAMPALM, a subsidiary of Zambeef Products Plc, is soon expected to process its first palm into edible oils, a development that will cut down the importation of oil.The development is also expected to transform the outlook of Zambia's edible oil industry.Zambeef Products Plc joint chief executive officer Carl Irwin said in an interview that the company has since started erecting a mill that will crush the palm at the Mpika-based company.The over US$20 million investment becomes the first commercial palm project in Zambia, which will remove Zambia from being an importer of edible oil to a producer."Zampalm will in 2015 crush its first palm from the 2010 flagship plantation and the palm will become Zambia's first commercial project," he said.Mr Irwin, who, however, could not state how many tonnes of palm oil will be processed at initial stage, said the first crop will be harvested on 980 hectares with the next crop expected to be harvested on 1,300 hectares.In September, Zambeef chief executive officer Francis Grogan said the country is expected to save over US$50 million a year in foreign exchange expenditure once the company begins to process the commodity.Mr Irwin said the palm project is a long-term one with the company expected to generate profits after five years.
paul the octopus
30/12/2014
23:17
http://www.postzambia.com/news.php?id=4945The PostZAMBEEF Products Plc next year plans to spend US$15 million to expand operations and boost exports.The company, Zambia's largest producer of beef products, said it wanted exports into the COMESA/SADC region to go beyond the US$30 million recorded in 2014."Our capital expenditure on expanding existing operations in 2015 will be around US$15 million," Carl Irwin, the joint chief executive officer, told journalists in Lusaka over the weekend.Irwin said Zambeef had long term plans to boost exports into the COMESA/SADC region."We see real growth in COMESA and SADC and we are not looking to try and compete with Europe or North America. Our long term goal is to try and be the main supplier into the SADC/COMESA region and we will focus on that," he said.Irwin said the company's exports into the COMESA/SADC region had been growing steadily from US$5 million in 2011 to US$30 million in 2014.The COMESA/SADC region accounts for around 10 per cent of Zambeef's total turnover, while the West African market accounts for about seven per cent, Irwin said, adding that, this was the more reason COMESA/SADC would remain the company's absolute focus going forward.The company is the largest integrated agribusinesses in Zambia, slaughtering more than 80,000 beef cattle and six million chickens, and processes eight million litres of milk per year.
paul the octopus
30/12/2014
22:54
https://www.daily-mail.co.zm/#article/15611Zambia Daily MailKALONDE NYATI, LusakaZAMBEEF Products Plc has earned US$30 million from exports to the southern African region this year.The Lusaka-based company exported to the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) and Southern African Development Community (SADC).Zambeef Products Plc, which is involved in the production, processing, distribution and retailing of beef, chicken, pork, milk, dairy produce, eggs, edible oils, stock feed, flour and leather products, this year exported products worth US$30 million to the two regional economic blocs with the company expected to increase exports next year.Company joint chief executive officer Carl Irwin said in an interview on Friday that  exports have increased steadily from the US$5 million recorded in 2011 and the soon-to-be signed COMESA-SADC – Eastern and Southern African Community (EAC) free trade area will further stimulate the company's goal of expanding exports to the region."We want to create Zambia as key supplier of agricultural products in the COMESA and SADC markets by developing a strong value chains. We have fully positioned ourselves for the regional markets," Mr Irwin said.He said the regional markets remain key in the firm's growth strategy with COMESA and SADC accounting for about 10 percent of Zambeef's turnover while the Nigerian and Ghanaian markets account for about seven percent.In the last six years, the company has invested about US$150 million in the country's economy.He said Zambeef is next year anticipated to invest US$15 million as it continues to position itself as the largest integrated agri-businesses company in Zambia and the region.Mr Irwin also said the company has continued to contribute to Zambia's growth as demonstrated by taxes amounting to about US$18 million annually and the creation of about 5,800 jobs to date.
paul the octopus
23/12/2014
11:31
anyone reckon how much they can got from the disposal of Zamanita? i mean in estimated valuation terms
paul the octopus
16/12/2014
01:35
Edison research report is out today, they estimate the NAV per share as 53p, although once Zamanita is sold this will pay off big chunk of the debt.
paul the octopus
12/12/2014
11:09
Was also tipped in the last investors chronicle as a speculative BUY.
guernseymoney
12/12/2014
10:58
https://www.daily-mail.co.zm/?p=13881Japan to promote agro sector investmentKALONDE NYATI – ChisambaJAPAN has pledged to promote investment particularly in the agriculture sectorby wooing investors from that country to invest in Zambia to boost economicgrowth.Japanese ambassador to Zambia Kiyoshi Koinuma said the growth of Zambia'sagriculture sector is important in growing the local economy, hence the need toassist in wooing investors in that sector."Zambia's agriculture sector remains one of Japanese foreign direct investment(FDI) priority," he said in an interview after touring Zambeef Products Plcoperations on Tuesday.Mr Kiyoshi said Zambia's agriculture sector offers significant opportunities forJapanese investors."Zambeef is one of the success stories in the agriculture sector in Zambia andthe sector is one of the priorities for Japanese companies; that is the reason Icame here to visit Zambeef," he said.Mr Kiyoshi observed that many agricultural machinery companies from Japanwere previously operated in Zambia, but, are now non-existent although itpromotes Zambia as an investment destination of choice.He said boosting the agriculture sector will enable Zambia export more agro-based products in the region.Some Japanese investors are expected to visit Zambia in March next year toexplore investment opportunities particularly in the agriculture sector.Mr Kiyoshi said the investors will also visit Zambeef Products Plc.At the same occasion, Zambeef Products Plc chief executive officer FrancisGrogan said there is need for more companies to invest in Zambia."If the Japanese are interested in developing agribusiness in Zambia, there areenormous opportunities to produce food locally and to supply the region," hesaid.
paul the octopus
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