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For vehicle parts, trailer parts, heavy transport provider and repair, trailers and low loaders, crane product sales and service, we will keep you moving. For a lot more than 50 years, TRT has developed an unparalleled range of engineering skills and expertise in the building, lifting and transport industries. Our business includes vehicle and trailer parts, vehicle and trailer mechanical assistance and repair, crane sales and service, and trailer design and manufacturing. Built on a wealthy history of advancement, providing solutions in large transport and structure with a focus on innovative trailer design, engineering and manufacture, end to get rid of. More recently TRT has become the NZ distributor for HIAB and ZEPRO products and the KOBELCO range of crawler cranes. We listen to our customers, providing full quality solutions from idea to aftermarket parts and program, all in-house. Qualified ISO 9001:2015, we have a reputation for invention, expertise, reliability, style excellence and produce and offer of quality products, support and parts that are fit for purpose. We have vehicle parts branches and warehouses in Auckland and Christchurch, providing nationwide product sales and support for vehicle and trailer parts, truck and machinery chairs, TractionAir, cranes and TRT trailers. TRT's Australian procedures are based in Brisbane.Extremely few results this morning, so that's about it. So as I missed a report yesterday, will provide a quick run down of anything of interest from yesterday, as follows. Results from online clothes merchant ASOS (ASC) were great, but the valuation really is terrifically stretched. 39.6p EPS, and the shares (even after recent sharp falls) at 2198p are still on a PER of 55 - that's way too high in my opinion. But this business has always looked expensive, even though I sold my 0.5m shares in it at (drum roll!) 9p (argghhhh!!!), because they looked fully priced. That was a long time ago admittedly, but demonstrates the idea that when you look for a really exceptional growth organization, the valuation is basically irrelevant in the early stages. Lasting results from Debenhams (DEB), with EPS up 14% to 9.8p. At 118p that puts their shares on a PER of 12. Seems reasonable, although remember addititionally there is about 29p/talk about in net debt too.So that increases the cash-neutral PER to about 15 (I understand it's simplistic to calculate it that way, as you should certainly strip out interest cost from income, but as an instant guideline I find it helpful). I observe that DEB are copying Next's trick of constantly buying back their personal shares, in order to get up EPS. It's worked well very well for Next over many years, so not at all something to become sniffed at. As with many retail shares, Personally i think that DEB shares experienced a good run & are now up with events. Interims from Bloomsbury Publishing (BMY) appeared unexciting, with basic EPS down from 3.3p to 2.2p. It's an H2 weighted business, and it strikes me that the outlook declaration lacked conviction, therefore think this could be vulnerable to more disappointments, therefore am staying away from it. They indicated on 24 Oct that they would exceed market expecations. The shares perform seem inexpensive, on a PER of around 5. Be cautious with their stability sheet though - the cash pile is actually prepayments by airline clients, so it is not Dart's cash!This leg acquired a few superlatives: Highest point on the TRT, the leg with climbing (I believe), and my initial solo leg. Brockway Summit, the starting place, is right about 7000 ft, and Relay Peak, about 4 miles from the Tahoe Meadows end of the segment, is over 10,000 (10,338 I think it was.) Add to that that I was only today, and there was quite a bit even more snow around than the other day, and it designed for a fairly long day. After I dropped the kids off at school, I drove up and parked my car at the Tahoe Meadows trailhead. Brockway Summit, where Chris and I ended last week. Since the first few kilometers of the segment were uphill once again (basically, the access points are on the passes, therefore most segments will start with some degree of uphill) I started out by hiking rather than running. That seems just like a pretty great tactic for me - fast-hike the uphills and run the traverses, flats and downhills. Came through a meadow of mule ears, and heard a grouse calling best when the guidebook said I'd - weird. At which point best anti aging gel became really cool.