CNO.V - California Nanotechnologies Corp


#1

California Nanotechnologies Corp. (CNO sur TSX-V) est un chef de file mondial dans la production et la recherche et le développement des composants et des matériaux nano-structurés. Métallique, céramique, MMC et MMNC matériaux sont utilisés dans les produits de l’aérospatiale pour le sport et les industries de loisirs.

Grâce à l’incorporation de structures et de renforts nano-dimensionnés, ces matériaux présentent des propriétés améliorées qui incluent la résistance ultime, la dureté, la ténacité à la rupture, la résistance à l’usure et la résistance chimique, ainsi que des températures de fonctionnement accrues.

Cal Nano fournit des poudres de pulvérisation thermique qui sont utilisées pour l’usure, la corrosion et les revêtements de barrière thermique. Les poudres sont disponibles pour le soudage plasma, HVOF et PTA. Pour fournir ces produits, la société dispose d’un éventail d’installations de production de classe mondiale, y compris la forge à froid, le fraisage cryogénique, la manipulation sous atmosphère contrôlée (boîtes à gants), le dégazage sous vide / haute température, le séchage par pulvérisation, l’état de l’art des fours et des installations de laboratoire, L’émission de champ assistée thermiquement, le microscope électronique à balayage et le broyage de faisceaux ioniques.


Interim CEO
David F. Grant – Chairman of the Board, Director Mr. Grant has served as Chairman of the Board of California Nanotechnologies Corp, as well as CEO of Omni-Lite Industries. Prior to founding Omni-Lite, Mr. Grant spent 15 years working in the aerospace industry in various management capacities in the areas of marketing and business development.


Présentation des investisseurs
INVESTMENT PRESENTATION


Outstanding Share Capital
At October 11, 2016:
• Common Shares issued and outstanding: 31,430,296
• Stock options:
Options outstanding at October 11, 2016 1,225,000
Options exercisable at October 11, 2016 841,662
Warrants 2,645,148 common share purchase warrants, exercise price of $0.225 per common share
expire on October 8, 2017


Site Web
http://www.calnanocorp.com/


Prix de L’action le 26 Novembre 2016 $0.08


#2

Je connais très bien David Grant ainsi qu’Omni-Lite, qui détient une position dans California Nanotechnologies, mais je n’ai jamais vraiment fait de recherches sur cette dernière.

Qu’est-ce que tu trouves intéressant ici @midard ?


#3

On va s’entendre que c’est une microcap et sa demeure spéculatif. Il y a plusieurs choses que j’aime, il semble y avoir une augmentation au niveau des ventes CALIFORNIA NANOTECHNOLOGIES ANNOUNCES NEW ORDERS

La division SPS (Spark Plasma sintering) semble prendre son envol, la dernière exposition à Salt lake city à généré beaucoup d’intérêt selon le communiqué The Company greatly expanded its potential customer base, generating significant interest in the area of SPS, which is the fastest growing division in the Company.” said SPS Division Manager Brian Weinstein.

La direction de l’entreprise m’inspire confiance, les finances sont bien contrôlés et je pense qu’il va y avoir des ventes croisés avec Omni-lite puisque les mêmes clients potentiel dans les deux compagnies. Les produits spécialisés de haute technologies produisent une marge élevé.

La structure d’actions est saine avec seulement 31M d’actions en circulation.


#4

California Nano evaluates plans to purchase SPS system

2016-12-01 10:16 ET - News Release

Mr. David Grant reports
CALIFORNIA NANOTECHNOLOGIES ANNOUNCES RECORD Q3 AND EVALUATES PLANS TO PURCHASE LARGE SPS UNIT
California Nanotechnologies Corp. had quarterly revenue of approximately $260,000 (U.S.) for the period of Sept. 1, 2016, to Nov. 30, 2016, an increase of 81 per cent from the prior period. Revenues for the fiscal year to date are approximately $465,000 (U.S.). This is an increase of 41 per cent from the prior period. For the nine-month period, 57 per cent of these revenues are in the spark plasma sintering (SPS) division, 25 per cent are in the sports and recreational division, and 18 per cent are in the research and energy division.
In order to best support the company’s growing base of Fortune 500 customers, while providing additional sustainable long-term revenues, California Nanotechnologies is in the final stages of evaluating the purchase of a large SPS sintering and consolidation system. This unique technology will allow the company to manufacture near-net-shape parts at a diameter eight times larger than its current system, and will provide a critical capability to support large production programs as required by the new microchip manufacturing customer and other large high-tech component designers and fabricators. “As a cousin to 3-D printing, the field of SPS continues to grow rapidly worldwide, and this large machine will greatly aid our ability to provide commercial products on a sustainable basis,” stated Eric Eyerman, chief operating officer. "Also of particular note, the company is making steady progress on the development of the technology required in the program for the major microchip manufacturer."
Mr. Eyerman has been promoted to COO effective Dec. 1, 2016. Mr. Eyerman is a chemical engineer from Rutgers University in New Jersey.


#5

A surveiller, il y a eu de gros bid cette semaine qui ont été remplis à $0.075, aujourd’hui le ask a $0.08 a été ramassé. le titre est en mouvement de coté présentement et en phase d’accumulation.


#6

California Nano loses $13,623 (U.S.) in fiscal Q3 2017

2017-01-31 11:04 ET - News Release

Mr. David Grant reports

CALIFORNIA NANOTECHNOLOGIES REPORTS RECORD REVENUE FOR BOTH NINE MONTHS AND THIRD QUARTER

California Nanotechnologies Corp. has released its financial results for the first nine months of fiscal 2017, which ended on Nov. 30, 2016. In the March to November period, revenues on a U.S.-dollar basis, increased by 41 per cent to $465,463 (U.S.), compared with $330,216 (U.S.) during the same period last year.

Highlights:

Nine-month revenue over $465,000 (U.S.), up 41 per cent;
Third quarter revenue of approximately $262,000 (U.S.), up 82 per cent;
Company delivers first working prototype for wafer fabricator;
Company commits to large production SPS.

“Of particular significance, in mid-January, 2017, the company delivered the first working prototype to its wafer fabrication customer for testing and evaluation,” stated Eric Eyerman, chief operating officer. “This product was delivered ahead of schedule. This milestone is critical to proceeding with phases 2 and 3 of this important program. Based on this success, the company has committed to procuring the large SPS required for the production phase of this and other large programs. The company is in the process of completing the documentation to facilitate this transaction.”

           SUMMARY OF NINE-MONTH FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS
                       (in U.S. dollars)  

                                               For the period ended
                                     Nov. 30, 2016    Nov. 30, 2015 

Revenue $465,463 $330,216
Cash flow from operating activities (89,565) (92,419)
Net (loss) (107,591) (90,718)
Earnings per share (0.01) (0.01)

          SUMMARY OF THREE-MONTH FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS
                       (in U.S. dollars)  

                                               For the period ended
                                     Nov. 30, 2016    Nov. 30, 2015 

Revenue $261,996 $143,567
Cash flow from operating
activities 22,999 12,809
Net income (loss) (13,623) 33,309
Earnings per share (0.01) (0.01)

“In the third quarter, the company continued to generate increasing amounts of cash from operating activities. In this period, cash flow provided from operating activities increased to $22,999 (U.S.) from $12,809 (U.S.), an increase of 80 per cent from the prior period,” stated David Grant, chairman. “These results are leading the company toward sustainability. To provide for increased visibility in the United States, the company has made an application to trade its securities on the OTCQB market.”

We seek Safe Harbor.


#7

Interview de David Grant sur CNO company grow and outlook for 2017.


#8

California Nanotechnologies Announces Record Revenue for Fiscal Year and Finalization of Large SPS Purchase

Annual revenue over $560,000 US, up approximately 30%

•Production-Scale SPS equipment purchased

•Company approved for Bluesky Publication in US

•Company exhibits at 146th Annual TMS 2017 Conference

LOS ANGELES, March 06, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – California Nanotechnologies Corp. (TSX-V:CNO) (“Cal Nano” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce record revenue for fiscal year 2017, which ended February 28th, 2017, of approximately $560,000 US. This is an increase of approximately 30% from the preceding fiscal year. In F2017, 55% of these revenues were in the Spark Plasma Sintering (“SPS”) division, 28% are in the Sports and Recreational division, 14% are in the Research and Energy division, and 3% are in the Aerospace division. “The SPS division represents the ‘powder to part’ technology being developed by the company,” stated David Grant, Chairman and Interim CEO. “This division represents the fastest growing technology at Cal Nano and will require the most significant investment in the near future.”

“Of particular significance, in mid-January 2017, the Company delivered the first working prototype to its tier one semiconductor design and fabrication customer for testing and evaluation,” stated Eric Eyerman, COO. "This milestone was critical to proceeding with phases 2 and 3 of this important program. Based on this success, the Company has finalized the purchase of a large SPS required for the production phase of this and other large programs.”

This large SPS unit is scheduled to be delivered in the fall of 2017. “This major investment will increase the Company’s production capabilities significantly and will be a major asset in supporting several growing projects, including the program with a major tier one semiconductor design and fabrication company. If phase 2 of the semiconductor program is approved, we anticipate strong revenue growth in F2018.” stated COO Eric Eyerman.

The company has been notified that its application for Bluesky Exemption (as provided by Mergents in the US) has been approved and is scheduled to be published in the Mergent Manuals and News Reports dated March 7, 2017.

Continuing the Company’s extensive engagement in the materials science community, Cal Nano exhibited at the TMS 2017 Conference (Minerals, Metals, and Materials Society) in San Diego, CA from February 27th to March 1st, 2017. “The Company saw a significant amount of interest in both research and development and potential production work for its new large SPS machine.” said SPS Division Manager Brian Weinstein.


#9

Beaucoup d’achat d’initié , le titre décolle


#10

Le titre s’envole avec des volumes de plus en plus fort


#11

California Nanotech earns $12,001 (U.S.) in Q1

2017-08-02 09:57 ET - News Release

Mr. David Grant reports
CALIFORNIA NANOTECHNOLOGIES REPORTS PROGRESS ON PROGRAM WITH CHIP FABRICATOR AND EARLY DELIVERY OF LARGE SPS FROM JAPAN
California Nanotechnologies Corp. had revenues of $116,723 (U.S.) in the first quarter, just completed on May 31, 2017, an increase of 21 per cent over the first quarter of the prior year. In addition the Company posted net income of $12,001, the second time the Company has reported a positive net income. “As the Company broadens its customer base, adds the large production SPS this month and takes on larger projects with its Fortune 500 customers, reaching the point of sustainability and long term growth become feasible targets,” stated Eric Eyerman, COO. In particular, the addition of the large SPS is attracting world class customers such as the US National Laboratories and 3M."
The Company has completed Phase1A for its large microchip fabrication customer with the delivery of several additional working prototypes for further testing and evaluation. If successful, the Company could move into Phase 2 of the program in September, 2017.
SUMMARY OF THREE MONTH FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS (US $)

                              For the period ended
                                            May 31,
                                    2017      2016

Revenue $116,723 $96,195
Cash flow used for operations (1) (37,569) (82,292)
Net income (loss) 12,001 (69,681)
EPS (U.S.) 0.01 (0.01)

All figures are in U.S. dollars.

(1) Cash flow from (used for) operations is a non-GAAP term requested by the oil and gas investment community that represents net earnings adjusted for non-cash items including depreciation, depletion and amortization, deferred taxes, asset write-downs and gains (losses) on sale of assets, if any.