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Essentra – after its presentation earlier this week, I am even more of a buyer

About six weeks ago I chatted about the future prospects for Essentra (ESNT), which is shifting from being a diversified Filters, Packaging and Components operator to “a unique business model, combining manufacturing and distribution, operating in a highly fragmented market” in just the Components area. And its ambition is “to be the world’s leading responsible hassle-free supplier of essential industrial components” and “to double revenue and triple operating profit”. It all sounds good, but does it mean the stock is still a buy or not?


Interesting updates from Essentra and James Halstead

For me, any company with a market cap below £1 billion is a small cap and so a bit of small cap focus for me today, given updates from two corporate names I have mentioned before: Essentra (ESNT) and James Halstead (JHD).


Essentra announces stage one of its business simplification plan - a clear BUY

As noted HERE, I am a fan of Essentra (ESNT), the “hassle-free supplier of essential industrial components”.  Is today's announcement - the company has “disposed of ESNT Packaging & Securing Solutions Limited, Essentra Packaging US Inc, and their respective subsidiary companies to Mayr-Melnhof Group, a leading producer of carton based in Austria, for a cash consideration of £312 million, on a cash-free, debt-free basis and subject to customary adjustments” - good or bad news, then?

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