AL3's Principal Activity is the design and construct 3D parts using Wire Additive Manufacturing technology and to develop that technology; and Design and construct ARCEMY 3D printing modules for right to use with an option to buy by customers.
|Bid / Ask||-|
|Volume (4w avg)|
|vs Sector (1yr)||-79.71%|
|vs ASX 200 (1yr)||-88.80%|
|ASX Rank||1,891 of 2,316|
|Sector Rank||142 of 172|
AML3D Limited (AL3) is a welding, robotics, metallurgy and software business which uses wire arc additive manufacturing processes to produce metal components and structures for commercial use. AL3 specialises in providing commercial Additive Metal Layering 3D printing services to Defence, Maritime, Automotive and Resources customers.
No incorporation details available.
DPS and Yield calculations use the Pay Date.
|Mr Kevin Richard Reid||Non-Executive Director||Dec 2019||
Mr Kevin Richard Reid
Mr Reid has 24 years' experience as a partner with PwC and BDO practicing as an assurance specialist. He has experience with a range of listed companies. He has been an independent accountant for initial public offers, capital raisings and acquisitions and has commercial and corporate experience as a company director and professional practice board member. Kevin is Chair of MPH Architects and deputy chair of Can:Do Group. Kevin is also a director of ACH Group Inc, Meals on Wheels (South Australia) and the Maggie Beer Foundation. He is a member of the Audit & Risk committee for the Office of the National Rail Safety Regulator. He is Chairman of Risk Committee.
|Mr Stephen Gerlach||Non-Executive Chairman,Non-Executive Director||Aug 2019||
Mr Stephen Gerlach
Non-Executive Chairman,Non-Executive Director
Mr Gerlach is Chairman of Adelaide Capital Partners Pty Ltd, Gerlach Asset Development Pty Ltd, Ebony Energy Ltd and a Director of Beston Global Foods Ltd and Beston Pacific Asset Management Pty Ltd. He was formerly the Chairman of Santos Limited, Futuris Corporation Ltd (subsequently known as Elders Ltd), Equatorial Mining Ltd, Elders Australia Ltd, Challenger Listed Investments Limited, Amdel Ltd, and Penrice Ltd. He was also a Director of a number of other public companies including Southcorp Ltd, AMP Australia Ltd, Brunner Mond Holdings Ltd (UK) and Elders Rural Bank and a member of other public companies including companies located in the United Kingdom, United States of America and Chile. Stephen was a partner of the Adelaide legal firm Finlaysons for 23 years and its Managing Partner from 1985 to 1991. He has also been involved in a number of community and professional associations and is currently a Trustee of the Australian Cancer Research Foundation, a Director of The General Sir John Monash Scholarship Foundation, Chairman of the South Australian Cricket Association Nomination Committee and Chairman of The Psychosis Australia Trust. He was Chairman of Foodbank South Australia Inc from 1999 to 2014, and a Director of Foodbank Australia Ltd.
|Mr Sean Andrew Ebert||Executive Director||Aug 2019||
Mr Sean Andrew Ebert
Mr Ebert has 25 years of executive and board level experience across public and commercial sectors with experience within the engineering sectors of oil and gas, mining and resources and emerging technologies in Australia, Middle East, South America, US and Europe. Sean was previously the CEO of Beston Pacific Asset Management, Global Director M&A of WorleyParsons, CEO of Camms Pty Ltd and CEO Camms Profit Impact Pty Ltd.
|Mr Leonard Albert Piro||Non-Executive Director||Aug 2019||
Mr Leonard Albert Piro
Mr Piro is the former Deputy Chief Executive of the SA Department of Trade and Economic Development, Executive Director Manufacturing and Chief Executive Automotive Industry Transformation Taskforce and Group Executive Director and Chairman of the Tonsley Re-development. Leonard has had experience to manufacturing trends and strategies in Europe and the US. He is Member of Risk Committee.
|Mr Andrew Michael Clayton Sales||Managing Director||Nov 2014||
Mr Andrew Michael Clayton Sales
Mr Sales has over 27 years of global experience (Australia, Europe, South America, Africa and Asia). Andrew has held roles across management and senior leadership within the oil and gas, resources and mining sectors as well as manufacturing, engineering and fabrication. He is also the author of technical papers in the field of welding corrosion resistant alloys.
|Ms Christine Manuel||Company Secretary||N/A|
|Benjamin Hodgson||Chief Financial Officer||N/A|
AL3 directors must report any change in shareholding to the ASX within 5 business days.
See Director Transactions for all ASX companies.
|01/07/21||Sean Ebert||Expiry||300,000||$0.19||$57,000||Options expired|
|30/06/21||Sean Ebert||Buy||+33,333||$0.30||$9,999||Exercise of options|
|30/06/21||Sean Ebert||Exercise||33,333||$0.30||$9,999||Exercise of options|
|18/06/21||Kevin Reid||Buy||+16,667||$0.30||$5,000||Exercise of options|
|18/06/21||Kevin Reid||Exercise||16,667||$0.30||$5,000||Exercise of options|
|11/06/21||Stephen Gerlach||Buy||+66,667||$0.30||$20,000||Exercise of options|
|11/06/21||Stephen Gerlach||Exercise||66,667||$0.30||$20,000||Exercise of options|
|11/06/21||Leonard Piro||Buy||+50,000||$0.30||$15,000||Exercise of options|
|11/06/21||Leonard Piro||Exercise||50,000||$0.30||$15,000||Exercise of options|
The current holdings of AL3 directors.
|Director||Last Notice||Direct Shares||Indirect Shares||Options||Convertibles|
A substantial shareholder is a person or entity that owns 5% or more of the voting shares in a company. Shares can be held through multiple entities, so the Substantial Shareholders list differs from the Top 20 Shareholders list.
Shareholding changes less than 1% do not require notification to the market. When all “Last Notice” dates are identical, it suggests that no (or minimal) change has occurred since the most recent Annual Report.
|Name||Last Notice||Total Shares||Shares Held (%)|
|Andrew Michael Clayton Sales||28/10/2020||39,701,250||26.54|
|Perennial Value Management Limited||21/09/2021||9,107,223||6.05|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Bought||Previous %||New %|
|18-03-21||Perennial Value Management Limited||2,430,723||10.13||11.73|
|18-02-21||Perennial Value Management Limited||1,684,018||9.00||10.13|
|01-12-20||Perennial Value Management Limited||1,748,918||7.83||9.00|
|24-11-20||Perennial Value Management Limited||2,743,276||6.78||7.83|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Sold||Previous %||New %|
|21-09-21||Perennial Value Management Limited||1,717,650||7.19||6.05|
|07-09-21||Perennial Value Management Limited||1,508,409||8.20||7.19|
|24-08-21||Perennial Value Management Limited||1,656,826||9.30||8.20|
|13-07-21||Perennial Value Management Limited||1,495,527||10.30||9.30|
|17-06-21||Perennial Value Management Limited||2,097,925||11.73||10.30|
|15-06-21||Perennial Value Management Limited||1,868,425||11.73||10.45|
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