- 05 Mar 2008 12:31
- 05 Mar 2008 12:40
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what a pretty sight! keep it up seo.
- 05 Mar 2008 12:56
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The Biotec subsidiary at Emmerich in Germany is a 50/50 Joint Venture with
SPhere S.A. Stanelco holds a 'Golden Share' in this arrangement that is due to
expire on 31 December 2009.
- 05 Mar 2008 14:55
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driver ...... i thought you were joking ...... i wouldn't touch SEO with yours, never mind mine! ..... i see no real reason for the rise other than lemmings following sheep
- 05 Mar 2008 15:30
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If it gets to 4p+ you will have missed out big time again. Your cynicism always gets the better of you.
Now get back to the main thread
- 05 Mar 2008 15:52
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and if it falls back to 0.075p, then what?
while i accept and indeed applaud the fact that at long last UK supermarkets will refuse to dole out zillions of free plastic bags, is there actually any solid news that will extract SEO from the deepest mire where it has been rolling ever since i joined this site?
- 05 Mar 2008 15:55
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- 05 Mar 2008 21:01
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Key Date Date Status
Next prelim announcement 14- Mar- 2008 C
Next annual report due 28- Mar- 2008 E
Next AGM 27- Apr- 2008 E
Next interim announcement 10- Sep- 2008
- 06 Mar 2008 00:13
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How many SEO threads are there, ladies and gents please blog on just one, the other one !
- 06 Mar 2008 10:19
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ok. BUT WHEN IT GOES TO 600% I WILL TRY AGAIN.
- 06 Mar 2008 10:27
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SOLD MY HOLDINGS., SO KILL THE THREAD. CHEERS. BYE BYE. AND THANK YOU.
- 06 Mar 2008 11:01
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Let us start another thread. Suggest Kill XSTEFFX
- 06 Mar 2008 16:16
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- 06 Mar 2009 14:09
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This share seems unloved on this bb at the moment and I have held shares for a couple of years and forgot all about them and basically written them off. But since the change of managment a couple of years ago I have taken another look.
Its starting to look like theres a chance to make some money here and I have added and hoping to see 1.2p maybe 1.6p. We will never see the 23p+ of 2005 due to the delution of the shares and at that time it valued the company at 300M.
- 06 Mar 2009 14:58
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Stanelco boss optimistic about future growth
Jill Park, packagingnews.co.uk, 27 February 2009
Bioplastics specialist Stanelco is predicting "good growth" in the sector as it enters a period of stability with a new management team.
Paul Mines exclusively told Packaging News that he did not expect "an explosion" in the bioplastics market, but rather "good growth" in markets where there can be "real benefits" of using bioplastics.
Mines identified multi-layer flexible films for food preservation and extrusion coatings for paper and card as Stanelco's two main growth markets.
However, he was realistic about the uptake of bioplastics by the supermarkets, admitting that they are still at the "toe in the water" stage where they use bioplastics for specific products.
Mines recognised the end of life issue as a major concern for the UK market as only a small percentage of councils have means to dispose of biopolymers at present.
Consequently, he was keen to highlight new legislation that would mean councils will be forced to provide anaerobic digestion facilities by 2010, thus providing the much-desired outlet for bioplastics.
He also addressed the issue of availability of raw materials when he said that the company has reduced its dependence on one single raw material.
"As volumes are increasing, a lot of customers are looking for forward price certainty," he added.
Chairman John Standen joined Stanelco at the same time as Mines in 2007, following the departure of Martin Wagner in April 2007.
Paul Law and Neil Martin have been appointed as managing director of the Bioplastics division and general manager of the Radio Frequency division respectively.
Financial director Sue Bygrave joined the team in January, completing the new management structure.
A US sales office was established in 2008 and in the past three months material has started being exported to China to be converted into products destined for the European market.
Going forward, "functional product improvement" is the company's main focus said Mines, followed by "working with customers to take that into the market".
Also, the company can now offer a bioplastic capable of withstanding up to 95 degrees centigrade, which opens up new market opportunities and a company is already in the final stages of commercial development of a pack made from the material.
Stanelco will publish its preliminary results on 26 March 2009.
- 06 Mar 2009 16:22
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:o) Wrong year cynic! The thread was started this time last year. Chart looks good though ;o)
- 06 Mar 2009 16:32
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same comment as i would have made a year ago and more ..... who in their right mind would put money here? ..... busted flush would be a polite description
- 06 Mar 2009 16:39
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But Mr Brown wants Green, SEO is green.......so was Mandelson for a while; was it Bird's I wonder?!
- 06 Mar 2009 16:50
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must have been a big bird!
- 06 Mar 2009 16:55
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