Cambridge Cognition Holdings Plc reports order intake of £4.9 million year to date

  • Jun 30, 2020 BST
  • Team Kalkine
Cambridge Cognition Holdings Plc reports order intake of £4.9 million year to date

 

Cambridge Cognition Holdings Plc (LON: COG) has released its trading update.

  • The company announced further contract wins in the first half of 2020, taking the order intake to £4.9 million for the year to date, compared with £2.6 million for the first half of 2019.
  • In the year to date, the company has signed contracts for four large orders of over £500k.
  • It has also signed ten contracts in a range of £50k-£500k and has acquired many minor orders.
  • The company’s contracted order book has increased to £7.5 million compared to £5.7 million as at 31 December 2019.
  • On 30th June 2020, at the time of writing, GMT 09:00 AM, COG shares were trading at GBX 43.00, up by 5.00 points or 13.16% against the previous day closing price.

 


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