Analyst Price Target is GBX 1,802.50
▼ -1.50% Downside Potential
This price target is based on 5 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Hill & Smith in the last 3 months. The average price target is GBX 1,802.50, with a high forecast of GBX 2,100 and a low forecast of GBX 1,500. The average price target represents a -1.50% upside from the last price of GBX 1,830.
Current Consensus is
The current consensus among 5 investment analysts is to moderate buy stock in Hill & Smith. This Moderate Buy consensus rating has held steady for over two years.
Hill & Smith PLC manufactures and supplies infrastructure products in the United Kingdom, rest of Europe, North America, the Middle East, rest of Asia, and internationally. It operates through Roads & Security; Utilities; and Galvanizing Services segments. The Roads & Security segment supplies products and services to support road and highway infrastructure, including temporary and permanent road safety barriers; renewable energy lighting and power solutions; intelligent traffic solutions; street lighting columns; and bridge parapets, as well as offres security products that includes hostile vehicle mitigation solutions, high security fencing, and automated gate solutions. The Engineered Solutions segment supplies engineered steel and composite solutions for a range of infrastructure markets, including energy generation and distribution, marine, rail, and housing sectors; and supplies engineered pipe supports for the water, power, and liquid natural gas markets, as well as offers seismic protection solutions. The Galvanizing Services segment provides corrosion protection services in the form of hot-dip zinc galvanizing and other coatings for steel products, which includes steel works, lighting columns, bridges, agricultural equipment, and other products for the industrial and infrastructure markets. The company was formerly known as Hill & Smith Holdings PLC and changed its name to Hill & Smith PLC in November 2022. Hill & Smith PLC was founded in 1824 and is headquartered in Solihull, the United Kingdom.