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  • Mgt by Carefully Does It
    Sat, 25 Jul 2015 07:20:00 GMT

    Looks like Roger Webster has gone.
    I hope MWG are purging costs throughout and underperfotmance is addressed in all areas.
    It needs some radical action 5o turn this around imho.
    If he was pushed it might imply someone with some guts is pushing this and/or AquaPak isn't selling.
    By Carefully Does It
  • what's going on? by Carefully Does It
    Fri, 24 Jul 2015 16:54:00 GMT

    seller still there.

    looks like the primary contact for desal container packaged may have gone.

    if sales are lacking they need to dump dead-wood quickly as the comfort blanket of £6m in the bank and no debt is easily eroded.

    management looks good on paper but this is a pigs ear for shareholders and no positive news.

    very sad to watch and needs action to turn it around.

    are they taking the necessary actions?

    update would be useful to attract interest.

    this market will do mwg no favours. By Carefully Does It
  • Opportunity by Carefully Does It
    Thu, 23 Jul 2015 12:06:00 GMT

    listenibg to this podcast - how come Mwg have a growth problem when you listen to the sizevof only one problem.

    link
    By Carefully Does It
  • British Managment by Carefully Does It
    Sun, 19 Jul 2015 11:30:00 GMT

    What is wrong with British business management in this sector?

    ModernWater use China as an excuse, Oasys see it as an opportunity.

    Sad state of affairs at MWG. No new news to announce, more of the same?

    Seller still exiting.

    link
    By Carefully Does It
  • Re: Graphene for water purification? by Carefully Does It
    Tue, 07 Jul 2015 12:15:00 GMT

    IP Group have some Graphene interests - that's as much as I know. Hard to see where MWG are going now - down the larger scale installation route, IP, smaller systems? Trying to be all thinks to all people and would have hoped for some sales news on the packaged RO/FO containers.

    Someone is selling down big time.

    Perhaps the story has changed and they haven't told us and only bigger holders are in the know. By Carefully Does It
  • Graphene for water purification? by i network
    Tue, 07 Jul 2015 10:00:00 GMT

    I just heard a programme on the BBC world Service about developments in graphene for a world conference on graphene presently taking place in Manchester. One area highlighted was it use in membranes to purify water, including desalination.
    I have emailed Modern Water to ask if they are working in this area, but wonder if anyone on this bb knows?

    Michael By i network
  • China and Middle East by Carefully Does It
    Sat, 20 Jun 2015 21:40:00 GMT

    How come the likes of Oasys can sign business in China whilst all MWG do is complain that it has slowed down.

    Then there was this, from which no further news.

    link

    Hard to believe this - link
    By Carefully Does It
  • 7 -ipo by Carefully Does It
    Fri, 15 May 2015 08:10:00 GMT

    This is listed as 7th largest portfolio holding of ipo group.
    I find that hard to believe.

    Very much hope they are guiding mwg else this is a slow death scenario as they flounder to find sales. By Carefully Does It
  • selling down by Carefully Does It
    Mon, 11 May 2015 17:16:00 GMT

    At this rate the big holders will still be selling down this time next year.
    By Carefully Does It
  • Destruction of Shareholder Value by Carefully Does It
    Sun, 19 Apr 2015 13:17:00 GMT

    The destruction in shareholder value here since IPO is shocking.

    Water is a critical commodity where demand and price are only increasing.

    This company has failed to exploit an ideal scenario and resposibility lies firmly at the feet of the executive management.

    Lack of money cannot be blamed, nor market segment addressed only poor executive management.

    I don't like being so wrong. Expecting this to be a UK Water Technology success story only to witness a clueless BOD and management waste time and money and be on the verge of extra dilution just to keep the train on the tracks for their benefit.

    Goes to show, you can't rely on biogs to predict capability in a role. By Carefully Does It
  • Re: New Non Exec Chairman by Carefully Does It
    Sat, 11 Apr 2015 20:06:00 GMT

    It will make jack difference sage. They will only listen to the below and we must hope the big holders have lost patience. Exec Chairman was paid off and now let's hope they work through the execs.

    It is telling that none of the below have increased stake on price weakness, nor directors. Perhaps waiting for funding round?

    This company hasn't covered itself in glory and how the Exec Chairman could have avoided the inevitable until the end of last year and then tet a large pay off and return as a NED is amazing - for all the wrong reasons. Look at the cash burnt and the 'contract' hot air. All at a time when the world is waking up to water scarcity. They have an open goal to aim at even allowing for competition.

    IPO 20.00%
    Henderson Global Investors 11.41%
    University of Surrey 5.46%
    The Tudor Group 5.27%
    Ruffer LLP 5.03%
    By Carefully Does It
  • Re: New Non Exec Chairman by sage in the hills
    Sat, 11 Apr 2015 11:37:00 GMT

    Agreed.

    Somebody tell the NEDirs, and CEO and Management of these views please ?

    SAGE By sage in the hills
  • Re: New Non Exec Chairman by Carefully Does It
    Thu, 09 Apr 2015 07:14:00 GMT

    Keep an eye on the cost of this one vs results.
    So far MWG haven't been hot on managing cash burn.

    Rather than a new NE Chairman they may need to flush top management away and get some folk in prepared to take a large equity stake and have more skin in the game. Until that happens we just have salaried folk in charge that don't line-up with PI's.
    By Carefully Does It
  • New Non Exec Chairman by Carefully Does It
    Thu, 09 Apr 2015 07:09:00 GMT

    He can't be less effective than the last one at encouraging sales - or can he?

    Let's hope the below is correct for MWG too and it also makes it clear why the last one was pushed - little revenue growth and little realisation of shareholder value (in fact the opposite).

    MWG, wil all the talk of being debt free and leading technologies in water, may just be a basket case.

    "Robert Clarke, Modern Water's Interim Non-Executive Chairman, commented: "On behalf of the directors, I am delighted to welcome Alan to the Board of Modern Water. Alan brings a successful track record of growing revenues and realising shareholder value across a range of businesses in both the listed and private sectors."" By Carefully Does It
  • What a great post ... ROCKET .. if this .. by sage in the hills
    Wed, 08 Apr 2015 09:54:00 GMT


    Wow, what an awesome post !!!

    So Ecologically relevant and of today ... !

    So 'on the ball' re innovation and commercialisation of inventions and UK technology ... !


    . oh dear, do we feel wasted here ?

    .. move on to a new site then ? .... ok, might as well ..

    SAGE By sage in the hills
  • Over the edge by JohnCh
    Fri, 24 Jul 2015 14:14:15 GMT

    Classic descending triangle SP pattern with a cliff jump...what can we do to support GB!
  • going down by Yare
    Wed, 22 Jul 2015 13:03:07 GMT

    Is anything happening here? This looked so good 4 years ago (when I bought in at 49 :(.
  • 5p by Conleyj
    Sat, 04 Jul 2015 19:55:00 GMT

    ?
  • 8p by Troajan
    Sat, 04 Jul 2015 19:53:46 GMT

    ?
  • 10p by bonker99
    Sat, 04 Jul 2015 19:45:48 GMT

    ?
  • Very Long Term?? by JohnCh
    Mon, 08 Jun 2015 17:55:04 GMT

    Had to sell sorry MW...maybe a nice lucrative takeover hope you do well in the US and regain China?
  • AGM details posted by chrishutch
    Thu, 30 Apr 2015 12:36:40 GMT

    :-)
  • RE: Support British? by chrishutch
    Sun, 05 Apr 2015 11:13:43 GMT

    I know where you are coming from as I have been thinking the same but hold in the hope that this one will eventually come good.
  • Support British? by JohnCh
    Thu, 26 Mar 2015 13:29:58 GMT

    MWG down another 4% , good solid British company (was) but this is trying my patience but will hold!
  • MWG loses wind in its sails by JohnCh
    Thu, 19 Mar 2015 12:08:56 GMT

    Recommended in Money Week a few weeks ago, makes good sense in the long run as water finds itself increasingly in the wrong place, this is just a little interim pharp rising to the surface
  • going to take the opp to by chrishutch
    Thu, 19 Mar 2015 08:07:00 GMT

    average down today before I miss it lol
  • Mwg by Stassen
    Tue, 17 Mar 2015 19:53:34 GMT

    Are Chinese being obstructive over contracts so that share price forced down . Ripe for cheap take over?
  • this will turn around by chrishutch
    Tue, 17 Mar 2015 18:27:36 GMT

    Just a waiting game now.
  • MWG roller coaster by JohnCh
    Wed, 11 Mar 2015 09:36:22 GMT

    Up 6% the day I invested in MWG today down 12% due to China slowdown and membrane division problems. Let's hope some of the delayed contracts from last year kick in
  • Question is q1 or q2 next year by notgreedy
    Thu, 18 Dec 2014 18:18:10 GMT

    For yet another RI? Few big brains in this co, fine products- potential , but will take few senturies for mwg to make profit. Somebody might have a punt with it and buy it for 5m which I reckon would be mcap by h2 of next year should mwg be unsuccessful with new RI. They have no borowing cose nobody would lend to nonprofitable business that has losess dwarfing to. On the bright side mwg can't be shorted( easily).