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Low & Bonar Sees FY Revenue From Cont. Ops To Be 317 Mln Stg
Low & Bonar Says Would Be Unable To Comply With Financial Covenants If Tested In May
J O Hambro Capital Management Updates On Proposed Acquisition Of Low & Bonar
Low & Bonar PLC is a United Kingdom-based company engaged in international manufacturing and supply of performance materials. The Company's segments include Building & Industrial, Civil Engineering, Coated Technical Textiles, and Interiors & Transportation. The Building & Industrial global business unit (GBU) supplies a range of technical textile solutions for applications in the building, roofing, air and water filtration and agricultural markets. The Civil Engineering GBU supplies woven geotextiles and construction fibers used in infrastructure projects, including road and rail building, land reclamation and coastal defense. The Coated Technical Textiles GBU supplies a range of technical coated fabrics providing aesthetics and design, performance and protection. The Interiors & Transportation GBU supplies technical fabrics used in transportation, interior carpeting, resilient tiles and decorative products.
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Peter Michael Bertram
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Low & Bonar Plc <LWB.L> said on Tuesday it expects lower annual revenue and sounded a warning that it would be unable to comply with its financial agreements, should they be tested.
UK-based polymer products maker Low & Bonar on Thursday warned of tough trading conditions in the third quarter and said that it would not be able to comply with its financial agreements if they were tested in May.
UK-based polymer products maker Low & Bonar's said on Monday its CEO Philip de Klerk is leaving the company as it issued its second profit warning in two months, sending its shares sliding 30 percent.
Low & Bonar said on Monday Chief Executive Officer Philip de Klerk would leave the company in July, as it warned that the ongoing U.S.-China trade war had created significant uncertainty and hurt sales.
British airline Flybe Group Plc's <FLYB.L> finance chief Philip de Klerk has resigned to become the next chief financial office at performance materials manufacturer Low & Bonar <LWB.L>.
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