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I posted many pages ago my discussion with Comsec. When you tick the box to have shares listed on nasdaq, you only have to join comsec international trading to sell them. I was advised by comsec to only join 6 wks before you were looking at selling, and no yearly fee incurred. If you want to trade them, that will be a completely different story. The cost was something like $65 per year to keep the account open (charged if no trades in 12 months).
Cheers Grace

Will it cost you anything to joing something like the us version of chess to actually hold the shares when they are converted? Do you have any idea how to do this?
 
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Will it cost you anything to joing something like the us version of chess to actually hold the shares when they are converted? Do you have any idea how to do this?

I believe we will have a letter eventually from TZL (some time this year so I hear), and you either take the cash, or take shares on the nasdaq. Once you have done the shares on the nasdaq tick, you can then download some international trading forms from comsec's website to join up prior to selling. No fee to join as I was advised last. Cheers Grace.
 
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I believe we will have a letter eventually from TZL (some time this year so I hear), and you either take the cash, or take shares on the nasdaq.

I am curius as to how many TZers here would actually take a cash offer for their holding?
As for me, I'm going to play on the NASDAQ!:D
 
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I am curius as to how many TZers here would actually take a cash offer for their holding?
As for me, I'm going to play on the NASDAQ!:D

I believe that at this stage I would find it difficult to sell prior to the listing on the NASDAQ. TZL has plenty of opportunities being disruptive technology, alot could have happened that we don't know about in order to give early adopters an advantage by not disclosing who they are.

Then again I could be wrong, but the more thought I give TZL, it could make the gains by resources and energy not so great by comparison.
 
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For newcomers, have a read of the 2006 shareholder presentation (30/11/06).

On one of the slides you will see the logos of many of the early adopters for Intevia.

This shareholder presentation was the last great presentation by TZ. Since then we have only been fed titbits.

The names of these companies alone make it worth holding onto TZ stock.

Any week now, the blackout will end and the light will be blinding.
 

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I am curius as to how many TZers here would actually take a cash offer for their holding?
As for me, I'm going to play on the NASDAQ!:D

Much would depend on the price offered. I find it difficult to believe they would offer much below $6 a share, otherwise it would be a no-brainer. At that price or above I may offload some, but keep the rest for the NASDAQ adventure ride.:)
 
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Much would depend on the price offered. I find it difficult to believe they would offer much below $6 a share, otherwise it would be a no-brainer. At that price or above I may offload some, but keep the rest for the NASDAQ adventure ride.:)

If it was $20 I'd be tempted, but any less than that, the answer is no sale! It will be my first o/s holding, so I'm fairly excited about that.
 
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For newcomers, have a read of the 2006 shareholder presentation (30/11/06).

On one of the slides you will see the logos of many of the early adopters for Intevia.

This shareholder presentation was the last great presentation by TZ. Since then we have only been fed titbits.

The names of these companies alone make it worth holding onto TZ stock.

Any week now, the blackout will end and the light will be blinding.

You must have been waiting for the light for a while? You have the majority of your assets tied up in the company.
I'm keen to see whether this company will run with the delistment imminent. Stock was up approx 4% today, but it is still a very illiquid share. Buying don't seem to be knocking at the doors.
 
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Intevia ® IFT was featured in actual applications on booths of four key Aerospace Early
Adopter Customers exhibiting at the show including:
• ANZES Design Engineering recently re-branded as Altitude, a major supplier of aircraft and component MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) services
demonstrated Intevia ® technology in a cabinet latch
• Heath Tecna displayed the Intevia ® Overhead Storage Compartment In-Line
Latch which demonstrated how the Intevia ® solution reduces weight
significantly on an aircraft. Heath Tecna is the foremost supplier of passenger
aircraft interiors and components worldwide.
• Precilec, one of the largest aerospace interior integrators in the aerospace
industry, displayed Intevia ® IFT in a seat actuation system, demonstrating
weight reduction and electronics integration
• A large Aerospace company, who requested not to be named at this time
featured Intevia ®-enabled access panels for aircraft in a secured area of their exhibit booth which demonstrated IFT guarding against unauthorized access


After the news that Qantas was reducing routes, staff and speed to help counteract the increasing jet fuel price, this release back in April frequently referred to the weight reduction offered by Intevia fasteners, this factor along with the consideration to future design trands, one could assume sales could soon start to emerge in the airline sector. Any thoughts?
 
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Intevia ® IFT was featured in actual applications on booths of four key Aerospace Early
Adopter Customers exhibiting at the show including:
• ANZES Design Engineering recently re-branded as Altitude, a major supplier of aircraft and component MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) services
demonstrated Intevia ® technology in a cabinet latch
• Heath Tecna displayed the Intevia ® Overhead Storage Compartment In-Line
Latch which demonstrated how the Intevia ® solution reduces weight
significantly on an aircraft. Heath Tecna is the foremost supplier of passenger
aircraft interiors and components worldwide.
• Precilec, one of the largest aerospace interior integrators in the aerospace
industry, displayed Intevia ® IFT in a seat actuation system, demonstrating
weight reduction and electronics integration
• A large Aerospace company, who requested not to be named at this time
featured Intevia ®-enabled access panels for aircraft in a secured area of their exhibit booth which demonstrated IFT guarding against unauthorized access

After the news that Qantas was reducing routes, staff and speed to help counteract the increasing jet fuel price, this release back in April frequently referred to the weight reduction offered by Intevia fasteners, this factor along with the consideration to future design trands, one could assume sales could soon start to emerge in the airline sector. Any thoughts?

Santoro,

Intevia has a longest lead time for commercialisation in the Aerospace industry. There is a lot of testing, red tape etc. I believe we won't see Intevia in commercial airliners until 2010.

Enterprise and Industrial will generate revenue for TZ in the short term i.e as I write.

Next week will be very interesting in that either DKR will convert or TZ will redeem the notes.
 
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Santoro,

Intevia has a longest lead time for commercialisation in the Aerospace industry. There is a lot of testing, red tape etc. I believe we won't see Intevia in commercial airliners until 2010.

Enterprise and Industrial will generate revenue for TZ in the short term i.e as I write.

Next week will be very interesting in that either DKR will convert or TZ will redeem the notes.


I can recall 2010 being the timetable for introduction into new models in aero too....although it was stated in the half yearly of the possibility of a high-value aerospace contract in 2008 with a large airframe manufacturer....so could very well add to the revenue backlog for nasdaq
 
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Hi guys, I had created an account in ASF quite some time ago to check out if there were any TZLers. Nothing much happening. I see there are a few converts now. Nice going. Refreshing to read other views.

I'm a believer and will be holding for the next couple of years.
 
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Has anyone else noticed that TZ Limited has been suspiciously quiet of late. It has not made an anouncement since 5/5/08. Does TZL have a history of releasing market sensitive data as they become aware, or do you think they are holding off before ASX delistment.
 
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Your prayers have been answered. A notice has just been posted!
dkr oasis note redemption. This will hopefully be the precursor to many more announcements.

Zaal:)
 
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Your prayers have been answered. A notice has just been posted!
dkr oasis note redemption. This will hopefully be the precursor to many more announcements.

Zaal:)

Underwritten too to a tune of $7.4million

Eddyl...maybe you should advise them that they are making a mistake.:D
 
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I don't understand why they haven't already converted all of their bond notes into shares. was there a limit on how many could be converted over certain period of time?
or could they now covert all the remaining $7.4m in to shares in the next 14 days and hold them? if so why haven't they done this already?
will we see a flood of shares on the market for us to snap up in the next two weeks?
 
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I'm always at a loss as to what the DKR shennanigans will do to the SP. I can understand the holding off of announcements but what difference do DKR make?
 
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I don't understand why they haven't already converted all of their bond notes into shares. was there a limit on how many could be converted over certain period of time?
or could they now covert all the remaining $7.4m in to shares in the next 14 days and hold them? if so why haven't they done this already?
will we see a flood of shares on the market for us to snap up in the next two weeks?

DKR actually have another 1.5 years to convert bonds into shares providing that TZ didn't excercise their option to redeem the remaining notes (which they have now announced yesterday)

So now DKR have only until June 17th to convert, or TZ will take them back.

As for DKR dumping $7.4 million worth of shares onto the market, it is not possible in one go as there are not enough buyres. They may drip feed over the next few months until they run out. Either way, I wouldn't determine my buying strategy on what a 3rd party may or may not do.
 
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I'm always at a loss as to what the DKR shennanigans will do to the SP. I can understand the holding off of announcements but what difference do DKR make?

It's quite straightforward.

DKR had a possible $20million worth of shares. If someone with such a large % of the sahre registry was determined to profit take and sell these shares, what do you think the effect on the SP would be?

Or more to the point, what do you think the effect on the share price would be if this major seller is out of the equation?
 
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Ok...could today be a landmark day?

We have been threatening a breakout for a few days now, and the buy side is longer than I can remember.

Once again...should DKR decide to profit take, then we could be stopped in our tracks.
 
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