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GBp 55.50 0.00 0.00%
Anthony E Coyne is the Nonexecutive Director of Ensor Holdings PLC. Tony Coyne began his career with British Steel and then Amaze Ltd as an engineer developing into sales and management. He worked in the USA for Universal Oil Products and moved back to the UK as a sales and engineering manager. After working as a project engineer and project manager with Capper Neil International he then joined Harrison Industries as General Manager. He was promoted to Divisional Director and then Main Board Director. He joined Ensor Holdings and was appointed Chief Executive on 11 February 2000 retiring from this position on 31 March 2007 to become a nonexecutive director. He is now Deputy Chairman.
Age: 67 Chairman Since 2010
44 16 1945 5953 http://www.ensor.co.uk
The company has return on total asset (ROA)
of 4.41 %
which means that it generated profit of $4.41 on every $100 spent on asset. This is normal as compared to the sector avarege.
The company has accumulated 1.86 M in total debt with debt to equity ratio (D/E) of 0.17 which may suggest the company is not taking enough advantage from borrowing. Ensor Holdings plc has Current Ratio of 5.81 suggesting that it is liquid and has the ability to pay its financial obligations in time and when they become due.
Ensor Holdings PLC, together with its subsidiaries, designs, manufactures, and distributes electric drives for industrial, commercial, and domestic doors and gates in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. Ensor Holdings plc (ESR) is traded on London Stock Exchange in UK. It is located in Manchester, M WB and employs 89 people.
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