Not for the 2nd quarter, but in the month of June, DNDN will have revenue of at least $42 million, which is the milestone for cash flow breakeven. $25m in Oct and expect about the same in Dec. Then the ramp begins....jan. $28m, feb. $30m(fewer days),mar. $34m, apr. $37, may $40m, june $43m. It is going to happen and I think this is conservative.
Got the figure of $25 million per workstation per quarter from a blog, they didn't state if that was @ 100% Tried to post a link but Yahoo blocked it, biotches.
Where do you get the $2.4B capacity figure?
Your information is off. First, I think they have 120 work stations....36-36-48. Pretty positive they can generate much more than 86 infusions/stations/year. Also, only working one shift....all kinds of capacity. I do believe they have stated they could do around $2.4 billion/year.
Production capacity.... they have How many infusions per workstation? Read that the generate $25M per quarter per 12 workstations, that's about 86 infusions per year per workstation.
Approximateing about 70 workstations total between all three facilities, meaning 6,000 infusions per year (around $580M/year)
lets hope they need all three. but why build so fast. they have a new dug that as we can see will take time to roll out. they went balls to the wall. if you look at their pay it is as if they are running a big pharma. i have not heard one word on a cut in pay for the top dogs. how they have held their jobs is crazy. shareholders interest is so far down on the list of importance you would have to go to the second page to find it
That's less than 1 patient treatment average per active site. Very doable.
Meanwhile, try to average down your cost basis and accumulate.
In 5 years you'll be very happy with your position.