DAX-0,54 % EUR/USD-0,44 % Gold-0,28 % Öl (Brent)-1,19 %

ROBIX - gute chancen auf steigende kurse! - Die letzten 30 Beiträge


WKN: A2AFMA | Symbol: R0X
0,021
02.02.18
Frankfurt
-27,59 %
-0,008 EUR

Neuigkeiten zur Robix Environmental Technologies Aktie


Beitrag schreiben

Begriffe und/oder Benutzer

 

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.428.374 von Diva am 13.12.18 06:44:37Diva

Kansst Du mal Bitte einmal Mail beantworten?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 59.428.380 von Diva am 13.12.18 06:47:02Wer geht wählen?
Versuche gerade meine Kontrollnummer bei
www.alliancetrust.ca
anzufordern.
In diesem riesigen Durcheinander traue ich Robin mehr. Die Cencerned wollen imho so etwas wie eine feindliche Übernahme und hatten während des Jahres Aufträge boykottiert.
http://www.stockhouse.com/companies/bullboard?symbol=c.rzx&p…


Dear Shareholders, This email is a response to the Shareholder Circular that has been circulated to the shareholders for this meeting on December 21, 2018. The accusations and ideas in this circular are completely false. I will refer to Mark Bentsen and Dale Oleksyn and their associates as The Group in this letter. Attached to this email is a letter which outlines their real agenda, which is far from being viable and is intended for only their personal benefit and not for Robix or its shareholders. This groups goal is to hi- jack Robix for their own personal gain, and to take it down a road that no one has agreed to. Those that know me understand that I have worked only to the benefit and success of Robix. I am going to discuss some of the activities that have gone on inside Robix this past year. First, though, I want to assure all of the shareholders that the recent controversies regarding the Board and my position as President and CEO are no more than trumped-up, malicious falsehoods. At no time was a valid vote taken at the Board of Directors to dismiss me as President and CEO. This is a matter that is before the Court now, but in a nutshell, the law does not support Mr. Bentsen and Mr. Oleksyn. Quite the contrary, in fact. Further, their allegations of conflict of interest are equally false. I, and Mr. MacNevin, have no more conflict of interest than either Mr. Bentsen or Mr. Oleksyn. All of the shareholders should bear these points in mind as they evaluate the outrageous claims put forward in the circular. In 2016 Robix purchased FFM, for the sole purpose to acquire the services of Mohammed Al-Mofty and secure his technology. Since then it has been very difficult to get large financing to pay off the debts of FMM and maintain storage. Consequently, the equipment was seized and sold by the landlord. The buyer is a close associate of Dales (despite Dales denials of this). It is our belief now that the scheme is to have Robix buy back this equipment at greatly inflated cost, to the benefit of Dale and his associate and to the detriment of Robix and its shareholders. In order to do this Dale needed to gain control of Robix, and thus the attempt to dismiss me as President and CEO and to lie about it in a public pronouncement. Dale, however, does not understand that Robix proper direction was to build new and improved equipment, as Mohammed has been working on better equipment to use with his technology. This equipment and the processes are tailored to Mohammeds unique and proprietary knowledge and skills. In a nutshell, there is no future for Robix in the water treatment business without Mohammeds unique contributions. As President and CEO, a large part of my job is to provide strategic leadership for the company, and I have therefore been trying to get the board to approve a debt-for-shares financing, which all of the creditors have agreed to. This would put Robix on a sound financial footing and allow it to move forward. The Group has opposed this and acted to keep it from happening. They quite rightly see the creation of a large block of shares dedicated to the success of the company as detrimental to their intended reach for control. The creditors, by contrast, are committed to the success of the company and creating the opportunity for it to grow. All, without exception are uninterested in The Group and their aspirations. The Group is squandering any good will left for the company and creating huge legal bills by defending indefensible lawsuits with the expectation of reimbursement by Robix in the future. The purpose of their legal actions has simply been delaying tactics. Any one of these judgements being enforced will guarantee the needed restructuring of the company and force the debt-for-shares transaction. This removes any opportunity for their bully tactics to succeed. This group has done everything to discredit and abuse Mohammed, hence he proceeded with his lawsuit against Robix to secure what is owed to him. His intention is not to bankrupt Robix but help Robix do the right action which is the debt-for-shares. All other lawsuits will have the same result as there are no funds to settle. Everyone including Rayco, Mohammed and myself have too much to lose to see Robix bankrupt; we are all working towards its success. Rayco Steel and I have been financially supporting Mohammed and Robix through all of this to ensure its success which has been substantial over the past year while Robix has been going through these internal issues. This group has done nothing but impede Robixs path forward except fight to gain control. This last spring Rayco Steel and I have been working very hard and through Robixs partner in Mexico and had secured a contract for our C160 COV in Mexico, which would have brought revenue in the amount of 35K US per month into Robix starting in August of 2018. Through their direct activities The Group was able to get that contract canceled. Clearly, they believed that any success on our part would diminish their campaign for control. These activities have so utterly alienated our partners in Mexico that they will have no relationship with the suggested new management. The Group has tried to destroy every working relationship that Robix has. Rayco Steel and I have been working to preserve these relationships. At this time Mohammed, Rayco, and our Mexican Partners have said that they will never work with this group as its activities have not had the best interests of Robix in mind and cannot be trusted. As a side note Joseph Korec (who they wish to install on the board) has provided no references, no list of successful ventures, nor can any mention of him be found in a search. His plan for the company with a venture in Venezuela no less is what their entire premise is based upon. Robix can have a great future, but not with this Group, Robix is only as strong as the people and resources at its disposal. The only assets that Robix has at this time are the Patent, the COV (which has yet to be paid for) and its resources, all of which need to be retained. Our Mexican partners have said that they can get another contract with in months for the COV but will not engage in these activities until Robix has its internal issues resolved. They have also made it very clear that they will never work with this group. Shareholders are very important but ultimately a company needs creditors and partners to move forward. This group has shown they cannot be trusted. They have turned and harassed every partner we have. We need these people, we are not operating from a position of strength without them. Robix is at a very critical stage for its future success, the outcome of this meeting will have a dramatic effect on its future. I am therefore asking that the shareholders send this group a strong message and vote against the resolutions put forth in the circular. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to call email me to discuss. Yours truly, Robin Ray President and CEO of Robix Contact me at robin@macnevin-ray.com 403-892-2838 Robin Ray, CPA, CGA MacNevin & Ray 3-1406 3 Ave S Lethbridge, AB T1J 0K6 403-327-3094 (p) 403-320-2801 (f)
es scheint am 21.12 echt um einiges zu gehen .... BIITE informiert euch und wählt

ich hätte gerne mein geld zurück!!

der poster hat sich bereits seine meinung gebildet ....
ich bin mit allem was ich weiß bei ihm!!


http://www.stockhouse.com/companies/bullboard?symbol=c.rzx&postid=29107426


Takeover
Read through it again, not one single piece of info on funding going forward if this happens. Why no disclosure on the pending lawsuits against many of these individuals? What did this group do to the
legit contracts in place, Why did this group stop them?
What happened in Mexico when a member of this group tried to illegally seize the physical assets. We’re they thinking at all about the benefits of the shareholders when doing this? Going to keep digging, but this appears to be a selfish and dishonest move. Vote No!
holla .... tut sich ebbes??


October 30, 2018
To: All Canadian Securities Regulatory Authorities
Dear Sirs:
Re: ROBIX ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
ISIN: CA7710241067
CUSIP: 771024 10 6
SPECIAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS
CALLED AND TO BE HELD BY THE SHA
REHOLDERS OF 7.9% OF O/S SHARES
* (REVISED)
We are pleased to confirm the de
tails of the upcoming meeting o
f shareholders for Robix Environmental
Technologies, Inc.:

Issuer:
Robix Environmental Technologies, Inc.
Type of Meeting:
Special Meeting *
Meeting Date:
December 21, 2018

Record Date for Not
ice and voting:
November 19, 2018
Voting securities:
Common Shares
Materials to be sent directly to NOBO:
Yes
Delivery of materials to OBO:
Yes
Startification:
N/A
Notice‐and‐Access for Regi
stered shareholders:
No
Notice‐and‐Access for Beneficial shareholders:
No
We are filing this in compliance with National Instrument 54‐10
1, in our capacity as the agent for Robix
Environmental Technologies, Inc.
Yours truly,
“Miguel Lahud”
Miguel Lahud
Senior Trust Officer, Client Services

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 58.878.729 von jemand am 05.10.18 15:05:06Auf jeden Fall. Es wundert mich schon, dass hier so wirklich gar nix an Infos existiert. Was haben die die das ganze letzte Jahr gemacht....?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 58.878.333 von jemand am 05.10.18 14:28:29



erst wenn es tot ist, ist es tot ... und soweit sammer no ned .... ^^

aber es könnte weiter dauern .... vor kommendem jahr hoffe ich auf nix ...
Wäre schade....das Produkt hätte nämlich den Nobel-Preis verdient.... aber interessiert ja keinen 😕
Hallo zusammen,

weiß jemand etwas neues bzw. wie der aktuelle Stand ist? Gab ja leider schon lange nix mehr zu lesen...

VG SR123
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.919.107 von tigerlillifee am 06.06.18 10:45:44vielen Dank für die Infos, ich bin bei Robix nur mit einer kleinen Position drin, von daher verfolge ich den Titel nicht regelmäßig. Aber schön zu hören, dass es noch weiter geht. Das Projekt hat ja durchaus potential.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.918.768 von altese am 06.06.18 10:06:51Mein Stand der Dinge ist:

Revenues werden für Juli erwartet
Handel wohl erst wieder ab September

Dauert leider solange wegen diesem Trustee-Mist

Aber abgeschrieben ist gar nichts, könnte sogar nochmals sehr interessant werden
Weiß jemand zufällig mehr, wie es aktuell bei Robix steht? Gab ja leider schon lange keine News mehr. Handel ist ausgesetzt oder sind sie gar komplett dicht`?
Ich habe das so verstanden, dass Robix jetzt 3Wochen Zeit hat dem zuzustimmen und entweder die beiden Herren abzusetzen und die 3 neuen einzusetzen oder das ganz auf sich beruhen zu lassen....
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.131.730 von Diva am 27.02.18 12:55:10Ich sehe dies so, heute letzter tag es zu melden , bedeutet definitiv Verzögerungstaktik von Ray, paast auch zum Tradinghalt.
Ihm geht die Düse, denke auch, dass er weg muss, wenn sogar seine familie eine Klage erhoben hat,
evtl. um die Patente zu erlangen.
Also sollte die Einladung special baldigst verschickt werden, normal 4 Wochen Frist,
nur welche Seite wird gewinnen?
Auf welcher seite steht Nathan?
Aber jedliche Lösung ist besser als jetzt, und ich vermute ohne Ray gibt es bessere und schnellere
Fortschritte.
Letzte Frage ist, wann jetzt der Halt wieder aufgehoben wird, logisch wäre nacg Versendung des proxys!
:confused::confused::confused::confused:


https://www.stockwatch.com/News/Item.aspx?bid=Z-C%3aRZX-25…




Robix shareholders requisition meeting

2018-02-26 17:25 ET - News Release

Mr. David Kushniruk, a concerned shareholder, reports

ROBIX SHAREHOLDER MEETING REQUISITION

Certain shareholders of Robix Environmental Technologies Inc. have issued a shareholder meeting requisition to the board of directors dated Feb. 12, 2017 , on behalf of a group of concerned shareholders of Robix. The requisition is issued by David Kushniruk, Peter Lacey, Alan Kerr, Cory Hlus and Rod Ross (the concerned shareholders).

The requisition requests the convening of a meeting of shareholders of the corporation, at which the shareholders will be asked to vote on a resolution to replace the current directors of the corporation.

The meeting is being called:

To set the number of the board of directors of the corporation to be elected at the meeting at five;
To reappoint the following two incumbent directors of the board:
Mark Bentsen;
Dale Oleksyn;
To remove the following two incumbent directors of the board:
Robin Ray;
Josh Macnevin;
To elect the following additional three nominees proposed by the undersigned as new directors of the corporation:
James Tworek;
Josef Korec;
Aziz Khadem.

The concerned shareholders believe that the board of Robix, as currently constituted, has failed to be responsive to shareholder expectations and has no coherent strategy for value creation for shareholders. It is very clear that a newly constituted board of directors is required to unlock the full potential value of Robix's assets for shareholders, and steward the corporation through an important and active period of revenue creation.

If the concerned shareholders are successful at the meeting, the new board will be composed of Mr. Tworek, Mr. Korec, Mr. Khadem, Mr. Bentsen and Mr. Oleksyn.

The concerned shareholders collectively own or exercise control or direction over more than 5 per cent of the outstanding common shares of Robix.

The board must call the shareholder meeting within 21 days of receiving the requisition. Further information will be issued by the concerned shareholders in due course.

Nominee biographies

Mr. Korec

Mr. Korec is the president of RA Global Group Inc. With over 25 years experience in international business, he provides strategic direction for the company, specializing in corporate (re)structuring, financing and corporate growth, leading his team of consultants in identifying potential business opportunities and ventures, and connecting these to the appropriately qualified producers and end-user clients.

An international commodity trading house and business and consultancy, RA Global Group provides services for business set-up; market entry; procurement and logistics programs; project management; and government relations. It has facilitation expertise across the industrial; energy; mining; agriculture and forestry; humanitarian and social development; and transportation and (critical) infrastructure sectors.

Founded in 1991, RA Global has, over the last 26 years, closed hundreds of private, commercial and government projects in over 20 countries, including dozens of P2 and P3 projects. With over $11-billion of project financing facilitated since being established, RA Global has a proven reach into the highest levels of corporate and government leadership, and built effective and profitable relationships in North, Central and South America, Europe, West Asia, and Africa for both its corporate clients and itself. He has overseen the growth of an initial family operation to a global consultancy with 10 offices on four continents and over 40 staff.

Although no longer flying day to day, he also holds a commercial pilot licence, and is president of Luna Air Inc. and Luna Express, a privately owned international charter airline and transportation/logistics company with operations expanding into the Central, South American and African markets in 2018. Living in Calgary, Canada, he holds a bachelor's degree in business administration and multiple qualifications from the aviation engineering sector.

Aziz Khadem, MHS

Aziz is president and chief executive officer of Risk Control International Inc., a Canadian firm providing strategic risk management advisory, consultancy and security service solutions to companies operating in high-risk locales, primarily in the oil and gas/energy, industrial, and government sectors. He is a government-recognized subject matter expert on critical infrastructure protection, emergency response and business continuity/resumption planning.

Prior to risk control, he worked for the Alberta government and was a member of a specialized covert narcotics/organized and major crime investigations unit, and then supervisor of the province's regional intelligence section. He served as specialist adviser to the Alberta Premier and was lead security consultant to five government ministries, conducting threat-risk-vulnerability assessments on critical infrastructure facilities, ministers, judges, other identified at-risk persons and the Premier.

He also serves as CEO of StromTech Energy Services Ltd., a Calgary-based company providing engineering, project management and implementation expertise in the delivery of flexible-response and sustainable energy and water treatment solutions to remote and austere regions.

He holds a master's degree in human security from Royal Roads University, with a focus on reliable access to energy, food and clean water for remote communities in Canada and internationally.

Mr. Tworec

He has worked in banking and finance for 18 years, having started his analytical and underwriting career in commercial banking in 1998. He has consulted with a wide variety of companies, predominantly in the commercial real estate development, legal cannabis marketplace, and oil and gas exploration and production and services sector across Canada. His experience in working at a small-cap commercial development fund for seven years brought about a solid repertoire with equity-based lending and business start-up activities. Through his history in mortgage finance, project finance, and financing energy, construction and development projects, he has helped many clients perform turnaround activities on their portfolios, including ailing or stalled commercial projects.

He has obtained several financial designations through his career, including the CSC, PFP, IFIC and EMR. In recent years, he has shifted to both domestic and international corporate finance consulting, liaising with legal, trustee, underwriting and capital market partners to source seed and growth capital former-IPO firms, publicly traded companies and develop, issue and market 144A private placement securities and institutional-level structured products.

Mr. Mark Bentsen

Mark grew up in the oil and gas industry with experience in drilling, completions and production with a focus on contract drilling, production testing, drilling fluids, water handling and treatment, bit manufacturing, artificial lift, directional drilling and software development. With a Bachelor of Business Administration from Acadia University with majors in accounting and finance along with being a Varsity hockey player Mark received the University's highest Academic and Athletic Award.

From 1991 to 1998, Mark held increasing roles of responsibility roles with ATCO Drilling/Akita Drilling including Contracts Administrator, Contracts Manager and VP corporate Development. In 1998, founded Direction Plus and then took the company public in 2000 and was subsequently renamed Cathedral Energy Services. Cathedral Energy Services (CEO, President, Director) from inception to retirement in 2013 and lead the company's equipment development and expansion across North America and completing multiple key acquisitions along the way while returning significant equity returns for Cathedral shareholders. Growth was largely organic and funded with minimal equity.

Mark was formerly a director of Patch International, a former Heavy Oil play which was recently merged with Stem Holdings, a real estate developer specializing in retail and warehouse space for the cannabis industry. Presently Mark is a Director, Investor and consultant to Petrosight Inc., a software provider and developer for oil and gas operators. As well, Mark is CEO and VP Sales and Marketing for Quantum Downhole Systems, a leading provider of horizontal wellbore intervention technologies.

Mr. Dale Oleksyn

Dale has worked successfully in the farm equipment and automotive industry for over 35 years. While working for the Case corporation, Dale achieved the Top (number one) North American Sales ranking for eight consecutive years. Highlights of Dale's career include rebuilding and restructuring a farm equipment dealership and an automotive dealership, which both became very successful as a result.

In addition, Dale has contributed to his community through two terms as a councillor on his local municipal government and sat on numerous Boards. It was important to Dale that during his terms on Council, the budget was not only balanced but a surplus was realized.

Dale's plans for Robix include a focus on profitability and to rebuild and restructure the company into a revenue-based company. Dale believes Robix is on the precipice of some great business arrangements to drive profit and please shareholders. Dale sets goals and achieves them with a positive attitude and plans to bring this drive to his new role with Robix. As a major investor in Robix, in its early days as MLB Industries Inc., Dale has a track record of commitment to this company.

About Robix:

The corporation is an "industrial products/technology" company, offering to investors a unique opportunity to participate in a leading company in the business of ownership of patents, and their development from commercialization to worldwide expansion through various business arrangements. Robix owns a Clean Ocean Vessel ("COV") patent, which is an oil spill recovery vessel design with the capability to recover oil in rough and debris laden sea conditions. Robix has recognized a worldwide market opportunity for effective containment, recovery and disposal equipment, particularly in the oil spill protection industry, and it proposes to develop a business model as a service provider, and/or equipment provider under licensing agreements with other industry participants, wherein Robix will use its COV patented design solution.

Additional Information Relating to Public Broadcasts

The information contained in this release is provided in accordance with Canadian securities laws applicable to public broadcast solicitations. To the extent required by applicable law, the concerned shareholders are relying on the exemption under section 9.2(4) of National Instrument 51-102 {A –} Continuous Disclosure Obligations of the Canadian Securities Administrators ("NI 51-102") to make this public broadcast. The statements made in this press release are not made by or on behalf of Robix or its management and, except as otherwise stated herein, are made by the concerned shareholders.

The concerned shareholders collectively own, or control or direct, directly or indirectly, 4,957,352 shares of Robix, representing approximately 7.9% of the issued and outstanding Robix shares. The concerned shareholders will bear all costs and expenses associated with any solicitation of proxies, including in connection with any requisitioned meeting to determine the Board Changes (a "meeting"), however the concerned shareholders intend to seek reimbursement from the corporation for expenses reasonably incurred in connection with any such requisition and solicitation of proxies.

Any proxies solicited, including in connection with a meeting, may be solicited by or on behalf of the concerned shareholders, including by professional proxy solicitors which may be retained by the concerned shareholders from time to time, and such proxies may be solicited by way of public broadcast including through press releases, speeches, or publications, as well as by mail, telephone, e-mail or other electronic means or in person or by any manner permitted by law. A proxy may be revoked by instrument in writing executed by a shareholder or by his attorney authorized in writing or, if the shareholder is a body corporate, by an officer or attorney thereof duly authorized or by any other manner permitted by law. If required by applicable law, any reference herein to a solicitation of proxies includes the notice and requisition referred to herein.

Information relating to the number of shares beneficially owned, or controlled or director (directly or indirectly) by the Nominees, as well as information relating to the present principal occupation, business or employment of each Nominee within five preceding years, not being within the knowledge of the concerned shareholders, has been furnished to the concerned shareholders by the respective Nominees and provided above under the heading "Information Concerning the Nominees" together with the province or state and country of residence of each Nominee. To the knowledge of the concerned shareholders, none of the Nominees have previously served as a director of Robix. Percentages reported herein based on the total number of issued and outstanding shares of Robix have been calculated based on the corporation's total number of issued and outstanding shares as disclosed by the corporation.

To the knowledge of the concerned shareholders, except as noted below, no Nominee is, at the date hereof, or has been, within 1O years before the date hereof: (a) a director, chief executive officer or chief financial officer of any company (including Robix) that: (i) was subject to a cease trade order, an order similar to a cease trade order or an order that denied the relevant company access to any exemption under securities legislation, in each case that was issued while the Nominee was acting in the capacity as director, chief executive officer or chief financial officer; or (ii) was subject to a cease trade order, an order similar to a cease trade order or an order that denied the relevant company access to any exemption under securities legislation, in each case that was issued after the Nominee ceased to be a director, chief executive officer or chief financial officer and which resulted from an event that occurred while that person was acting in the capacity as director, chief executive officer or chief financial officer; (b) a director or executive officer of any company (including Robix) that, while such Nominee was acting in that capacity, or within a year of such Nominee ceasing to act in that capacity, became bankrupt, made a proposal under any legislation relating to bankruptcy or insolvency or became subject to or instituted any proceedings, arrangement or compromise with creditors, or had a receiver, receiver manager or trustee appointed to hold its assets; or (c) a bankrupt, made a proposal under any legislation relating to bankruptcy or insolvency, or became subject to or instituted any proceedings, arrangements or compromise with creditors, or had a receiver, receiver manager or trustee appointed to hold the assets of such Nominee.

Mark Bentsen has been a director of Patch International Inc. ("Patch") since January 2007 and continues to be a director of Patch. The Alberta Securities Commission issued a cease trade order against Patch on October 2, 2009 for failing to make required annual continuous disclosure filings for its financial year ended May 31, 2009. Between October 2009 and October 2015, Patch did not conduct any material business. On November 27, 2015, Patch filed an application for a full revocation of the cease trade order which was granted by the Alberta Securities Commission on April 20, 2016.

To the knowledge of the concerned shareholders, no Nominee has been subject to: (a) any penalties or sanctions imposed by a court relating to securities legislation, or by a securities regulatory authority, or has entered into a settlement agreement with a securities regulatory authority; or (b) any other penalties or sanctions imposed by a court or regulatory body that would likely be considered important to a reasonable securityholder in deciding whether to vote for a Nominee.

None of the concerned shareholders or their respective associates and affiliates and, to the knowledge of the concerned shareholders, none of the Nominees or their respective associates or affiliates, have any material interest, direct or indirect, in any transaction since the commencement of the Company's most recently completed financial year or in any proposed transaction which has materially affected or would materially affect the Company or its subsidiaries.

The registered address of Robix is located at 1000, 250 {A –} 2nd Street S.W., Calgary, Alberta, T2P 0C1. A copy of this press release may be obtained on the corporation's SEDAR profile at www.sedar.com.

© 2018 Canjex Publishing Ltd. All rights reserved.
bin wirklich froh das ich die schon vertickt habe , hat sich wenigstens mein Verlusttopf gefreut.
Gar nicht mehr handelbar ist noch viel schlimmer .....
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.082.467 von jemand am 21.02.18 17:17:31
Zitat von jemand: äääääähm.......? was lange währt ist endlich tot oder wie?


genau ...was ich hier für leere Versprechen gehört habe geht auf keine Kuhhaut ...
für mich einfach ein Lehre nicht zuviel auf Versprechen zu hören.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.082.467 von jemand am 21.02.18 17:17:31Warte nächsten Montag ab, letzter Montag zählt wohl nicht mit zu den 15 Tagen halted.
Es schaut so aus, dass in dieser Zeit auch kein newsflow erlaubt ist.


Beitrag zu dieser Diskussion schreiben