I seem to have missed the deadline to accept the offer. Does anyone know if there will be another offer of selling the Shares at the offer price, or do i now have to sell them on the market before they get removed from AIM? Thanks
I spotted this one as being bargain value a few weeks back, at 57p.
I didn't see the takeover coming and waited too long for an entry point. This keeps happening to me, but it's good at least to know that I am doing something right in identifying these opportunities, even if I'm not taking them as often as I should.
A nice tidy 45% profit here for those holding the shares!
Its a tough world out there for fuel retailers. Kalibrate has invested in new products and new markets and they are making good client wins in current and new markets. They are the global leaders in their field and continue to expand their footprint. Satisfied with the progress and continuing wins though as always investment costs money - less jam today for more jam tomorrow though tomorrow is here, not on the horizon as can be seen by the client wins.
- Multinational oil and gas company selects Kalibrate's Location Intelligence Solution -
- NIS studies four European markets using Kalibrate technology solution -
- Contract adds 3 new countries to Kalibrate's growing list of market experience -
Kalibrate Technologies plc (AIM: KLBT), the provider of strategy and technology services to the global fuel retail industry, is pleased to announce that it has secured a contract with NIS (Naftna Industrija Srbije).
Majority-owned by Gazprom and listed on the Belgrade Stock Exchange, NIS is one of the largest vertically integrated energy companies in Southeast Europe. Headquartered in Serbia, NIS also has operations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria.
Under the terms of the multi-year contract, NIS will utilise Kalibrate's retail network planning and location analysis solution to optimize the performance of its network of retail outlets in four Southeast European countries. Kalibrate's Planning solution will provide NIS with in-depth market and demand analysis that will help it decide where to build or remodel its retail sites.
Commenting on the contract win, Bob Stein, Chief Executive Officer of Kalibrate, said:
"We are delighted to welcome NIS as a valued client. This new partnership adds 3 new countries to Kalibrate's growing list of market experience which now exceeds 50 countries in total. This is further proof of our ability to add value to fuel retail businesses across a very broad range of market conditions."
Alexander Malanin, Executive Director of Sales and Distribution, NIS, added:
"We chose to partner with Kalibrate based on the quality and comprehensiveness of their market data and the ability of their location intelligence tool to help us better understand the drivers of retail performance at each of our outlets. We will be studying how to increase our retail performance in The Balkans."
Strong performance overall , with some issues in Japan. They put a strong case why they have been sheltered to a large extent from the drop in the oil price.
I am sure that the results would have been even better if the oil price had remained buoyant, but they have sufficient confidence in their product to forecast meeting market expectations for the full year.
Strong hold or, after the drop in the SP recently, even a buy.
Back from holiday today. Just reviewed finals and they are GREAT. Also looking forward, good ongoing revenue, new markets, new offices, selection by US government for survey for hydrogen stations. All good news. What's the matter with everyone?
Agree. Timely RNS. This is a money earning business and needs to keep people informed on that profile. I think that the sell downs on the likes Blur and WANdisco who were on questionable valuations are rippling across to other tech stocks whose valuations and fundamentals are sound, even appealing. A buying opportunity in my view. That said the sector looks rather grim and it will be hard to buck an overall trend.
Perhaps this is a statement rushed out because they have been winning new business and they haven't been telling us about it.
They too must be bemused about the price fall. Another shorting exercise? Anything is possible in this market although I wouldn't have thought they were high enough profile.
Anyway, I am pleased they have issued this statement and the contents reflect that it is a very strong and growing company, the leader in its field in an area which is vital to the optimization of profitability for filling stations.
A good time to add to my holding at this bargain price.
Not a clue. Looks to be a sound company with a very knowledgable investor involved. Chairman buying more not long ago as well. Fundamentals are good - even better now..... Certainly volumes give no clue as they continue to be very low. Lack of newsflow and very limited following may be a factor, particularly as this sector is rather nervy just now. Holding, but not too happily! Action needed on the PR and Investor Relations front?
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