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Armtec Infrastructure Inc T.ARF

Sector: Industrials | Sub-Sector: Engineering & Construction
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.ARF.DB | AIIFF

Armtec Infrastructure Inc. is a infrastructure and construction materials company, combining creative engineered solutions, relevant advice, dedicated people, proven products and a national presence with a local focus on exceptional customer service.
Price: $0.02 | Change: $0.00 | %Change: 0.00%
Volume: 18,850 | Day High/Low: 0.025/0.02 | 52 Week High/Low: 1.43/0.015
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Binding offers April 22

Seems like it losded up on debt then had write downs by half and yet a lot still buy i mean look at the DBs they are up 90% yet shares are.02 down 20% i think the pre cast is where all the value is as...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Binding offers April 22

ARF shareholders are paying to find buyers for ARF in one piece of in pieces.  Brookfiled will sell to them after it will get ARF in the new Co, at our expense and will keep all profit for itself.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Binding offers April 22

O wow it is up 25% what does it mean  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Binding offers April 22

I think a company like TRMB could be interested in the drainage part but the various govs would need to have a program for drainage  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Binding offers April 22

I agree but have doubts on "multiple deals". I think Brookfield will take over and break it up. VP's and above should all have been terminated long ago (along with the board)....this company needs a...read more
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RE:RE:Binding offers April 22

2G – I think they can accept offers and if combined, their proposition is better than the Brookfield proposal the multiple deals could be done.  If you work there that is what you should hope for and...read more
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RE:Binding offers April 22

Hibhly unlikely they have received offers...Brookfield has made it so they can't accept offers unless Brookfield is paid out....would require someone to purchase everything not parts of the company...read more
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Binding offers April 22

According to the Q4 CC, next Wed is the targeted deadline for receipt of binding offers in their purchase/investment process.  Will be interested to see if anything has come of this...  rate and reply
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RE:The transaction with Brookfield

There may be interest in a rights offering and Warrants provided they can secure a large contractual agreement to back fill the file as the U.S. Competitors will find deficulty I. Competing it would...read more
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The transaction with Brookfield

I read, the transaction.  It is for all assets, including all cash and a cash reserve to cover trade creditors. Also Armtec paid to Brookfield an other 4M$ to extend the convenant to June 26, 2015...read more
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RE:RE:WMS

HAHA  rate and reply
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RE:WMS

I would but I bank with Brookfield and they denied me financing. ... they stated it was fairly poor investment and told me to consider buying a company like XM RADIO or Cold FX  rate and reply
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RE:Fran Pilon wanted answers

Yes, it will be a turnaround when you approch your office soon. Thats when you will see the actually amount of the net worth of the company you once worked for. Just be carful when your trying to do a...read more
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Fran Pilon wanted answers

I thought it started back in 2010-2011, I've seen u-tube presentations of Anderson and he does not look like he is taken the condition of the company lightly, he looks to me to be under a ton of...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Drainage

I agree...the board is and has been incompetent. The difficulty now in selling drainage or any "piece" is the Brookfield stranglehold! They now control the sale. Shareholders, debenture and note...read more
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RE:RE:Drainage

'Did not know what he had and.....doesn't know how to get rid of what he ruined'  This very succinctly captures the last four years of Armtec.  By implication it also magnifies the sham perpetrated by...read more
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RE:RE:Drainage

I think ADS taking Armtec would cause monopoly issues and would create another start-up for sure. Don't know much about Contech but they appear to be more than capable. There are one or two more US...read more
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RE:Drainage

ADS might be interested also contech as well. Both US based and could handle the drainage side of things. I would bet on private equity to take the precast business in pieces with old castle grabbing...read more
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WMS

Would they buy this for 320m with 20% discount for the Horizontal integration?  rate and reply
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RE:Insider Trading Rumor ... talks with Lafarge

Lafarge wouldn't touch this dog. The only place Lafarge has maintained tertiary manufacturing of its vertical integration model in Alberta. They did that because they had heavily invested in the plant...read more