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    After what appeared to be some consolidation at that level (.345) for a good period, I decided to jump in.

    As others have said, there is some risk, as there always is with growth organisations, they will need to make sure they utilise the money wisely and ramp up production now they have a good quality product suite (anyone knows of any comments around the infant proposition in future?). They will also need to make sure they market this product very well, their social presence outside of China is below average from my searching (can't comment on China just yet) so this could be much better.

    However, plenty of upsides. I was reassured with their focus on getting their product right before ramping up i.e. getting all their relevant certs together. With the manufacturing down south, they can continue to expand as is when required.

    This will be interesting to see how they go over the coming years.
    Last edited by fiasco; 29-04-2019 at 03:45 PM.

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    The financial performance highlights include:


    • Total sales revenue was up 31% for the quarter (1 January 2019 to 31 March 2019) compared
    with the prior quarter ended 31 December 2018.


    • Total cash receipts for the quarter were up 43% to $819,000 compared with the prior quarter.


    • Sales of Keytone Dairy proprietary branded powder products (as opposed to products contract
    packed for third parties) for the quarter were up 25% compared with the previous quarter.


    • Sales of private label brands (products contract-packed by Keytone Dairy for third party
    customers) across the entire product range were up 31% compared with the previous quarter.


    • With the 43% increase in cash inflows from customer sales, Keytone Dairy’s net cash outflows
    from operations were negligible at $63,000 (compared to an operating “cash burn” of $537,000
    in the previous quarter).


    • The cash outflows from investing activities for the quarter were only $528,000, being purchases
    of plant and equipment for the second manufacturing facility currently under construction –
    being approximately half of the spend on that facility that was incurred in the previous quarter.


    • As at 31 March 2019, Keytone Dairy had a combined cash balance of $9,768,348, as outlined
    in the accompanying Appendix 4C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tipsy View Post
    The financial performance highlights include:


    • Total sales revenue was up 31% for the quarter (1 January 2019 to 31 March 2019) compared
    with the prior quarter ended 31 December 2018.




    • Total cash receipts for the quarter were up 43% to $819,000 compared with the prior quarter.


    • Sales of Keytone Dairy proprietary branded powder products (as opposed to products contract
    packed for third parties) for the quarter were up 25% compared with the previous quarter.


    • Sales of private label brands (products contract-packed by Keytone Dairy for third party
    customers) across the entire product range were up 31% compared with the previous quarter.


    • With the 43% increase in cash inflows from customer sales, Keytone Dairy’s net cash outflows
    from operations were negligible at $63,000 (compared to an operating “cash burn” of $537,000
    in the previous quarter).


    • The cash outflows from investing activities for the quarter were only $528,000, being purchases
    of plant and equipment for the second manufacturing facility currently under construction –
    being approximately half of the spend on that facility that was incurred in the previous quarter.


    • As at 31 March 2019, Keytone Dairy had a combined cash balance of $9,768,348, as outlined
    in the accompanying Appendix 4C.
    Great result but expected , IMO there will many more great results annually as KTD hits its straps, imo we should be looking for bolt on acquitions to add imputious to this start up company.

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    Off to the races today hit .58 high for a while .

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatsup View Post
    Off to the races today hit .58 high for a while .
    Finished at 58 too. my portfolio is loving this, sold out around 70 and bought back in mid 30's

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    Bought a few of these a week or so ago, hadn't been aware of the Company until recent even although only 2 hours up the road.

    Why did they choose to list in Oz rather than NZ ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blockhead View Post
    Bought a few of these a week or so ago, hadn't been aware of the Company until recent even although only 2 hours up the road.

    Why did they choose to list in Oz rather than NZ ?
    You must be happy!

    What's the deal with the trading halt? Surely asx had approved the price sensitive announcement from this morning?

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    Fantastic news a SPP to fund a cash flow positive purchase in Aust, look it up and get on board if not , imho a great future for those not share holders, ***** ( five stars ) !!

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    It's a strange position I am in now, I only bought 10k shares back in start of May, if the sp was to stay where it is right now (50c) I would be best to sell my 10k shares @ 50c and buy back via my spp entitlement later @ 43c. Unfortunately if other small holders do the same I suspect it would only push the price downwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blockhead View Post
    It's a strange position I am in now, I only bought 10k shares back in start of May, if the sp was to stay where it is right now (50c) I would be best to sell my 10k shares @ 50c and buy back via my spp entitlement later @ 43c. Unfortunately if other small holders do the same I suspect it would only push the price downwards.
    It would depend when you can access those funds to fund the SPP, it closes on 21/6/19 unless you put other funds into the SPP, don't forget the brokerage, the s p has done its thing last week down to .095-6 ish so I don't think it will hit that price again before Friday, could be wrong !

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    Should I have received any communication regarding the SPP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tipsy View Post
    Should I have received any communication regarding the SPP?
    SPP will not arrive for possible couple of weeks.
    Last edited by whatsup; 18-06-2019 at 10:39 AM. Reason: wrong company

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatsup View Post
    I only received my SPP on Sat, you could phone them on 00612 9290 9600 Warrego Shareholder Line.
    Just had a look at the announcement again, they will be sending out the offer document 26/6 and closing the SPP offer 15/7.

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    Have people received their SPP offer document yet?

    I'm still waiting on mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tipsy View Post
    Have people received their SPP offer document yet?

    I'm still waiting on mine.
    nothing here.

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