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post Posted: Feb 11 2020, 06:29 AM
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Nice to see Arborgen active in the community. If the two company one policy thing was active they'd be doing the same here. Maybe GE regulations forbid it though. Or maybe, they have no intention of ever being active in the NZ community.
https://www.msstate.edu/newsroom/article/20...s-tree-planting

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Paul Jeffreys, an MSU College of Forest Resources alumnus and reforestation advisor at ArborGen, Inc., was eager to supply the university with seedlings for this year’s event.





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plastic
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In Reply To: plastic's post @ Feb 8 2020, 01:24 AM

Bet you anything you like this liquidator will be as effectual and successful as his mate.

It's obvious Junior is there for the ride.

The two company thing is part of a undeclared strategy which may be to the detriment of shareholders. There must be a good reason why Hughie n Lukie Luke bailed after all those years. They're going to want some distance between them and the upcoming disaster is my guess. That way they can just blame Junior.

Let's see what develops but make sure you take a raincoat with you.



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plastic
post Posted: Feb 10 2020, 12:46 PM
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This is going to put the billion tree planting programme to shame. Has to be good for Arborgen though. Still can't figure out the two company one strategy thing. If all the value is in the subsidiary then why can't they let the shareholders have access to the value and potential upside?

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Trump announces the US will join 1 trillion tree initiative By Brett Samuels - 01/21/20 07:09 AM EST


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plastic
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the final payment will be made to its shareholders by the end of Feb.
That's only five and a half weeks away.


Make that three weeks.




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plastic
post Posted: Jan 21 2020, 09:03 AM
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Considering the subsidiary of this company, Arborgen, the one which shareholders have no legal recourse to make a claim on the assets of, is supposed to be the most scientifically advanced forestry genetics company in the world, it is scarcely believable that it has no public listing of its own and its parent is majority owned by a single individual whose son is at the helm of. And, according to some, for no other reason except Dad is a drinking buddy of Lukie Luke.

Even the worldly wise on Sharetrader haven't got anything to say. Which is a statement of its own.

Nevertheless, on Jan. 16th, the new liquidator filed his report for Tenon. He reckons, the final payment will be made to its shareholders by the end of Feb.
That's only five and a half weeks away.

Hope this guy's expectations, anticipations, hopes and promises are a little bit better than his mates. It was always next month with him as well.

https://app.companiesoffice.govt.nz/compani...y6stwAAAA%3D%3D



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plastic
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Must be a couple of ex-staffers who are totally pissed they settled for a holding they can't sell. Unless they are expecting something.
The final payment from Tenon is still pending I see. If it never goes ahead it might be curtains for Arborgen Holdings Ltd. Perhaps its contingent on selling Arborgen on the cheap to a more credible entity.




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post Posted: Dec 31 2019, 12:03 PM
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As another year draws to a close it's clear Junior really has that performance thing down pat; he emulates a dead duck perfectly.



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Interim been and gone. As expected it was Junior and his blather.

Tenon payment still not made.

For all the promises made about the focus on performance poor old Junior is looking like a lame duck.



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One week left for the interim to be filed.

Are we going to be shocked and awed or just another eye roll as Junior blabbers on?

Whatever happened to CITIC and all those other CNIFP players?



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plastic
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Junior must be thrilled with the market endorsement he is receiving; of the 499m plus shares on issue a single share, with a value of 18.3c has been traded today.

Wonder where Shane Jones is with his billion tree planting programme.



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