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Gabelli to hold a virtual symposium » 09:5703/1803/18/21
BHTG, CCK, CVA, CWST, DAR, ECOL, REGI, RSG, SMED, WCN, WM
Waste & Environmental…
Waste & Environmental Services Virtual Symposium will be held on March 18.
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BioHiTech Global receives $2M in purchase orders for Carnival ships » 08:1401/2601/26/21
BioHiTech Global (BHTG)…
BioHiTech Global (BHTG) announced it has received approximately $2M in new Revolution Series food digesters purchase orders for 12 Carnival Cruise Lines (CCL) ships and 2 Princess Cruises ships. BioHiTech expects to fulfil the orders through the second quarter.
BioHiTech Global receives new food waste digester orders from three cruise lines » 08:3612/1612/16/20
BioHiTech has received a…
BioHiTech has received a new purchase order for its Revolution Series food digesters from Holland America Line valued at approximately $700K and an additional order from Princess Cruises valued at approximately $650K, which will include three new ships from that line. In addition, the company received an order valued at $90K from Australia-based P&O Cruises - the first order for this brand, which is also under the Carnival umbrella. BioHiTech expects to fulfil the orders through 1Q21. The Revolution Series digesters, equipped with BioHiTech's proprietary data analytics platform, is part of the Carnival umbrella's comprehensive plan to limit food waste, achieve safe onboard disposal, and improve associated environmental outcomes.
BioHiTech Global reports Q3 EPS (16c), consensus (13c) » 08:1211/2011/20/20
Reports Q3 revenue…
Reports Q3 revenue $742,877, consensus $1.51M. "While Q3 fell short of our expectations financially, a number of significant events during the quarter and after September 30 provide reasons to believe better quarters are ahead," commented CEO Anthony Fuller. "Carnival Corp. has placed $3.3M worth of food waste digesters orders since July, providing what we believe is an incredible testimony to our technology and ability to solve real-world food waste problems for the travel and hospitality industry. Additionally, our multi-unit order for food digesters from the Hackensack Meridian Healthcare system provides further validation for our Revolution Series Digesters that convert food waste into a liquid that can be safely discharged through any standard sewer line. The Altapure AP-4 disinfectant system saw initial deployments in a school district as well as on a cruise ship, and we are confident it can address future needs across a range of industries, all of which have been affected by COVID-19. (...) As we look ahead to 2021 and beyond, and as the newly appointed CEO, we are setting course with enhanced corporate initiatives. These initiatives are designed to maximize shareholder value and help investors better measure our progress moving forward. I've laid out five goals on which we are focused heading into 2021: 1) increase revenue appreciably, 2) reduce SG&A meaningfully, 3) improve the plant operations measurably, 4) tell the story clearly, and 5) function as a team effectively."
BioHiTech Global names Anthony Fuller as CEO, succeeding Frank Celli » 07:5811/0511/05/20
BioHiTech Global announces the appointment by its Board of Directors of Anthony Fuller as CEO, effective November 5. Fuller, who has served as the company's Chief Administrative Officer since March and has been a member of its Board of Directors since 2017, succeeds Frank Celli, the company's founder, who will remain as the Chairman of the Board of Directors and will continue to play a pivotal role in shaping the future success of BioHiTech Global. Fuller will also continue to serve as a member of the company's Board of Directors.
BioHiTech Global receives new $500K food waste digester order from Carnival » 09:0210/2310/23/20
BioHiTech Global (BHTG)…
BioHiTech Global (BHTG) has received an additional purchase order for its Revolution Series food waste digesters from Carnival (CCL), valued at approximately $500K. BioHiTech expects to deliver these digesters for installation by 1Q21. Utilization of the Revolution Series digesters, equipped with BioHiTech's proprietary data analytics platform, is part of Carnival's comprehensive plan to limit food waste, achieve safe onboard disposal, and improve associated environmental outcomes.
BioHiTech Global receives additional food waste digester order valued at $300K » 13:3110/1310/13/20
BioHiTech Global announced it has received an additional purchase order for its Revolution Series food waste digesters from Princess Cruises, valued at approximately $300,000. BioHiTech expects to deliver these digesters for installation on Princess Cruises' newest ship, the Enchanted Princess during the fourth quarter of 2020. "We continue to see sales momentum for our digesters in the cruise industry and this latest order from Princess Cruises represents their consistent commitment to sustainability and environmental stewardship," said Frank E. Celli, CEO of BioHiTech Global.
BioHiTech Global receives contract to install seven food waste digesters » 10:1610/0610/06/20
BioHiTech Global announced that the Company has received a lease contract to install seven new food waste digesters at various Hackensack Meridian Health locations. BioHiTech expects to complete the installations of the seven Revolution Series digesters in the fourth quarter of 2020.
BioHiTech Global launches disinfectant system for cruise industry » 08:1809/3009/30/20
BioHiTech Global has…
BioHiTech Global has shipped the Altapure AP-4 disinfectant system to SeaDream Yacht Club where it will be used as part of the safety and disinfecting protocols for the SeaDream I yacht which scheduled to begin a season of Barbados round-trips in the fall of 2020. The Altapure technology will be used in conjunction with other sanitization equipment on a daily basis. The Altapure AP-4 is an enhanced, automated and touchless disinfection sub-micron aerosol system launched in 2017.
BioHiTech Global to supply food waste digesters to Princess Cruises » 09:0509/2309/23/20
BioHiTech Global announced it has received an initial purchase order for its Revolution Series Digesters from Princess Cruises, valued at approximately $300,000. BioHiTech's Revolution Series Digesters covered under this purchase order are expected to be delivered for installation on Princess Cruises' 1,780 room ship, Royal Princess in the fourth quarter of 2020. These digesters, equipped with BioHiTech's proprietary data analytics platform, will be utilized as part of a comprehensive plan to limit food waste, achieve safe onboard disposal, and improve associated environmental outcomes.