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Chairman Jermey Allen
Company NameDelta Waste Resource Ltd
Dates EmployedJan 2016 – Present
Employment Duration4 yrs 9 mos
Co-founder and Chairman of plastic recycling and environmental technology solutions business
Its of Lindelkin
He is chairman of Delta Waste
and Non Exec chairman of SPC
no problem, yes i was just pointing the link up for the other company as thats all i could find
do you have link for the other company which says jeremy is the chairman in south africa
Your in confusion Jeremy Allen is only a non exec as SPC which is a heating and air con company, AND NOT in the recylcing business
The target is DELTA WASTE RESOURCES LITD, a recycling business out of PRETORIA wherer Allen is Chairman
It looks quite big but if they want an entry into the UK Capital market, and lots of tax losses, NUOG appears to fit the bill
I now see where the "GYM Bunny" talked about us being rich men. If this comes off many of us will make a tidy sum.
Getting quite excited now.
Company NameSPC Ltd
Dates EmployedFeb 2018 – Present
Employment Duration2 yrs 8 mos
LocationLeicester, United Kingdom
Manufacturer specialising in the supply of environmental heating and cooling solutions to the HVAC industry.n Jeremy Allen is only a
seems to be a bit of confusion the one in south africa is part of the delta group
i dont think NUOG would be able to afford to rto them as they are a massive concern
there dosent seem to be much info about Delta Waste Resource ltd in the UK
and the company SPC is this one were Jeremy is the chairman
not the one in south africa
its just confusing that companies have same names but in different countries
we will just have to wait and see if anything comes off
hopefully all explained
Delta Waste Resource Ltd
Delta Waste Resource Ltd
Jan 2016 – Present4 years 9 months
Co-founder and Chairman of plastic recycling and environmental technology solutions business -
Should read DELTA WASTE based in Pretoria
Should read Jeremy Allen is the Chairman of a South African recycling concern called SPC and he may also be a director of the company set up by Jay Batterchee last week. See post of FUSE7 dated 19th of September. Its not hard to expraloate that there be a linkage and that the South African concern is going to use NUOG to gain access to new funding out of the London market. South African companies have long ploughed the London market and raised billions from doing so. Lets hope it happens.
Jay Allen is a director of a South African concern, involved in recycling, and also happens now to be a Co director of the company that Jay Batterchee just set up in London . Its not difficult to extrapolate that there may be a linkage and that the South African company is going to use NUOG to gain access to new funding out of the London Market. South African companies have long ploughed the london market and raised billions from doing so. Lets hope it happens.
I understood that the business targeted was based in the UK?
WTF South Africa is being mentioned is beyond me, that is unless taxi is sharing some inside information we are not aware of??
Kmack, when it comes to shareholders agreeing to it, you can vote accordingly., along with Johnbriggs and milrowmug ;)
Hi, I would not touch anything to do with S Africa with the biggest barge pole you could find. The political future of the country is vastly underestimated. I lived in S Africa in my young days from 1982 to 1994. Go online and look at the S African newspapers. I worked in Soweto in the electrical department for the West Rand Administration Board in total 5 years in Soweto and Alexandra township. My son, who I am trying to help get to the UK, lives in Cape Town. Take a look at the newspapers, The Sowetan, Die Beeld, Mercury, Sunday Times. You will see reported the rapes, murders, car jackings. No, it is not a place I would be happy in setting up a company in or backing.
Yes just been looking at the business of Delta Waste based out of Pretoria which is involved with recycling. This could be a good business to take public and expand, as South Africa is a growing emerging market and the business seems poised for growth. Assuming that is the target this could have substantial upside potential for investors who are involved at the early stages like us.
Patience pays as they say. Not that we have a choice, but I hope they pull something out the bag here.
Theoritically yes but this is AIM and MINTY had a big conflict of interest between being chairman of MfDEVCO, where he owned 50% and being Chairman of Nuog, where he owned less then 0.1% but that did not stop him diverting large sums from NUOG to MFDEVCO - did it?
that should of said
Ownership of voting rights - 75% or more
not 75% of this company
just a quick ask as im not really clued up on this
but with Jay being at NUOG and being a director of the other company
would he not resign as it might be a conflict of interest as NUOG have said in a RNS saying they are going into the same business
this has appeared as well saying JAY has 75% of this company
That might have happened in the good ole days but the company shares are suspended now so what's the point in registering a company if one has no intent to use it?
The only question whether its for NUOG, or for some private purpose of Jay and his collleagues. Questions Questions
No, that would never happen, surely _not?
You know, new companies being registered by NOGO, has a ring of familiarity about it....oh yea, I remember the NUOG China and Brazil registration, that ramped the price before a massive pay day placing for the minty clan, seems the old dogs might have been teaching the new ones where to dig for bones lol
you'll be waiting a long time here...
Just got to set back, relax and wait for RTO news
One never knows...we may just see on Monday Morning...but not holding my breath