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AFC has unveiled a groundbreaking modular ammonia cracker system demonstrating viable and scaleable production of hydrogen in the UK using this method. The cracker system is designed to deliver 140 tonnes of fuel cell grade hydrogen each year. Hydrogen from the plant will initially be targeted for sale into AFC’s UK H-Power Generator deployments, including those with Speedy Hydrogen Solutions. Along with the recent purchase of the mobile storage and distribution assets of Octopus Hydrogen, AFC c
Companies: AFC Energy plc
This morning's announcement that SPSY is to acquire Cartor Holdings provides the company with significant new firepower as it embarks on lucrative central bank currency bids with its powerful and innovative polymer banknote technology. Cartor is a global market leader in security printing with manufacturing sites in the UK and France, supplying a range of printed security products which are highly complementary with SPSY's core portfolio, and offering significantly enhanced capabilities in rela
Companies: Spectra Systems Corporation
CAP-XX has announced the Australian Taxation Office has approved the FY23 R&D grant and associated rebate of A$2.1m. The net proceeds of A$1.0m, after repaying the principal and interest associated with the revolving line of credit drawdown, were received by CAP-XX last week.
Companies: CAP-XX Limited
The group delivered a strong set of interims, boosted by a full contribution from Custom Power (CP) and its large military contract delivery. Organic growth was over 35%, with an improvement in underlying margins, albeit with the margin mix diluted by the military contract delivered. As flagged, H1 order intake saw some customer destocking, although there may be some early signs this could be abating. Even so trading remains resilient. The outlook points to trading in line with recently upgraded
Companies: Solid State plc
FY23 results are in-line with expectations, showing growth from strong underlying demand, coupled with improved operational delivery. Growth was seen in all three divisions. Trading is in-line with the recent upgraded FY24 forecasts. Prospects are underwritten by a strong order book and boosted by the recent acquisitions of Artemis and GS Optics, albeit with some customer destocking by certain industrial customers, offset by robust demand in growth areas. Self-help measures and the new CEO’s str
Companies: Gooch & Housego PLC
Companies: CPX DSCV GHH IOM SOLI IXI
Solid State is a specialist value added component supplier and design-in manufacturer of computing, power and communications products. This morning, the group has released interim results to 30 September 2023, illustrating strong growth at both the revenue and PBT levels, with the Board reaffirming confidence in meeting full year expectations. H1 2024 revenue increased by 48% to £88.1m, driven in part by a £23.4m contribution from specific contracts within defence and security, with adjusted PBT
Solid State has confirmed the strong H124 performance, boosted by a full period contribution from Custom Power combined with the benefit of delivering the NATO contract. Despite the continuing challenges we expect organic growth to resume from the lower trend level of profit excluding the NATO uplift from H224. Following the recent 5% uplift for both revenue and PBT, FY24 guidance and market consensus estimates are unchanged.
Companies: Frontier Developments Plc
£23.3bn in enterprise value has been returned to AIM technology shareholders over the past six years in the form of 51 public to private takeouts, including 10 in 2023 alone with the takeovers of Smoove* and Tribal announced in early October. With UK valuations appearing cheap and looking more attractive to potential acquirers, we take a moment to reflect on the trends of corporate and private equity bidders targeting AIM-listed technology companies going back to 2017, through the uncertainties
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Companies: CML FDEV NRR SSPG RMV AO/ ZIN
5th December 2023
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Companies: TXG TXG CML SUN IOM SOLI NTBR RBD IXI VAL
Watkin Jones’s FY23E year-end trading update is broadly in line with our expectations, albeit with slightly higher costs than previously signalled but significantly better net cash and no change to the remedial works provision. Encouragingly, guidance for FY24E is unchanged, with progress in forward sales of student and private assets to institutional investors. Data from both student and private rental markets continues to show huge under-supply.
Companies: Watkin Jones Plc
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Companies: Superdry PLC
IG Design Group delivered a 27% increase in adjusted PBT to $34.8m for H1 FY24 (to 30 September) with a significant reduction in net debt to $15.1m, as signposted in last month’s trading update. The adjusted operating profit margin was some 270bps higher at 8.6% (vs 5.9% in H1 FY23), the highest achieved since H1 FY20 ahead of the CSS acquisition. Management has provided more details on the key attributes and initiatives for its new growth-focused strategy. The group is on track to return to pre
Companies: IG Design Group plc