I'm a Speedy Shareholder, but I also work in construction, and recently needed to set up a site compound. In short I needed 12 sheets of Heras Fencing, a Materials Lifter and a chemical toilet. I rang up Speedy whom said I needed to book a toilet from their accommodation division (different depot), the materials lifter from their lifting depot and my local branch could supply the fencing, but yes I'd need to pay delivery and collection charges 3 separate times with each of the 3 depots. I rang… Read More
Your constant derogatory remarks and disrespect of board members is reflecting your lack of intelligence and probably explains why you have an axe to grind against this company as you obviously had some dealings with them somewhere in the distant past and they recognised you for what you are. I agree with Nine to five go and play somewhere else, lets say the M6 fast lane on your pushbike.
Your negativity's getting a bit tedious. It seems to me that the cull in middle management is slowly paying dividends in this company and that we are now likely to see a slow return in SP. For most of us on this board that's good news. Would it be too much to ask that you grind your axe elsewhere?
Shares up despite losses Also among today’s major gainers are shares in Speedy Hire (LSE: SDY). They’ve risen by over 7% despite the company releasing a rather disappointing set of results for the year to 31 March. They show that the tool and equipment hire company has gone from a pre-tax profit of £2m in the previous year to a loss of over £57m as a result of almost £60m in exceptional administrative costs. These were made up of impairments and restructuring… Read More
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