Alkame Holdings, Inc. (OTC PINK: ALKM) has had one of its strongest value-creating performances ever during the first half of 2021. And its latest development seeks to build upon the success of its earlier expansion into the PPE sector.
Last week, ALKM announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Bell Food and Beverage, Inc., has received a 1,500-gallon shipment of its proprietary hand sanitizer gel concentrate. During the initial stages of the pandemic, ALKM’s temporary shift into the production and distribution of PPE-related products paid dividends through a $1M contract that helped supply local hospitals with essential goods such as hand sanitizer. Now, they are expanding on the new market opportunity.
And ALKM is expecting to continue its market expansion by meeting that demand for disinfectant products. Indeed, they are capitalizing on pandemic-related changes in behavior, noted by consumers taking stronger preventive measures against infectious diseases. And with the highly contagious delta COVID-19 variant beginning to make its rounds, the demand for PPE products, especially hand sanitizer, will only continue to grow. That’s excellent news for ALKM.
Still, that focus is just one example of the adaptable nature of ALKM’s business strategy, and its experience in identifying and capitalizing on emerging market opportunities could be its driving force. Better still, the revenues generated through its hand sanitizer sales add another stream of income to the company and are expected to help accelerate its growth in the back half of this year. Even better, the combined contributions from its growing asset portfolio position ALKM to have its best year in history.
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In fact, ALKM is already in a stronger position than ever before. Still, its share price is yet to catch up to its intrinsic value. And that disconnect provides investors an opportunity to capitalize on its growing mission to create shareholder value. Better yet, the company may be only a single release away from starting the rally.
As it stands, ALKM has created a strong portfolio through its collaborative business strategies and focus on a wide range of market opportunities. In fact, its proprietary technologies in the water sector target already lucrative opportunities. There, the company produces a variety of premium water-based goods such as consumer bottled water and also contributes to the final product of several other emerging brands. That subsidiary adds to its business exposure to take advantage of revenue-generating opportunities in household pet products, horticulture and agriculture products, hand sanitizers, and CBD markets.
Already, ALKM has helped launch several products, including EVERx CBD Sports Water, which was developed in conjunction with Puration, Inc. (OTCMKTS: PURA) and North American Cannabis Holdings, Inc. (USOTC: USMJ). A sugar-free variety of the EVERx CBD Sports Water brand is set to be added to the lineup, which the company expects to meet heavy consumer interest. Both products will be produced and distributed through and by the company’s new production facility. ALKM announced that this new facility will enable a doubling of production capacity.
Better still, that increase has enough capacity left over to significantly increase its client count and help expand its logistics channels across the US.
It also provides a means to expand its business interests.
ALKM’s Flexible Operations Create New Opportunities
Notably, ALKM’s capacity to adapt to changing economic situations and capitalize upon new market possibilities is one of its most differentiating strengths. One of its most notable demonstrations of this ability was the company’s announcement that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Bell Food and Beverage, Inc., had secured a deal to produce 270,000 cases of Oregon Blueberries for a major international food supplier. That deal came about as supply chain issues created by the pandemic created a number of distribution hurdles. Now, ALKM is in a position to prove its worth and extend its new agreements into the back half of this year.
As noted, ALKM also found success through what was at the time a temporary shift in production focus to support critically needed PPE products. That mission intended to shore up supplies at hospitals and first-responder locations in Oregon. This quick change in manufacturing priority paid off in the form of a $1 million purchase agreement with Aladyn Protection Systems, LLC to supply PPE-related products, most predominantly its hand sanitizer. The excellent news is that, like its recently secured blueberry packaging contract, ALKM is leveraging one-time deals into potentially long-term revenue-creating businesses.
The better news is that these efforts could prove valuable in the back half of this year.
Second Half of 2021 Could Bring Even Greater Returns
In fact, ALKM is doing what it needs to do – take advantage of its diverse portfolio and flexible assets by capitalizing upon a variety of targeted market opportunities. And with its new manufacturing facility able to double its annual production capacity to accommodate its increasing client base, they have the means to expand their market presence.
Best of all, its recent agreements are expected to generate significant revenues for ALKM this year. That makes investment consideration compelling and timely. In fact, ALKM is firm on its guidance of potentially delivering $15 million in annual revenue this year. And with its diversified assets, revenue-generating contracts, and a newly upgraded manufacturing facility, that could happen.
Thus, from a forward-looking revenues multiple, ALKM’s share price appears significantly undervalued. However, that’s not altogether bad, especially since it provides investors a potentially lucrative opportunity to take advantage of prices that undervalue their asset portfolio.
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