From explorers to seafood, there are four stocks set to list on the ASX in the next two weeks.

But please note that these listing dates are extremely speculative.

If you’re interested, contact the company direct for a better idea of when they expect to start trading on the ASX.


Here are the companies listing next week:


Catalano Seafood (ASX:CSF)

Listing: 24 February

IPO: $6m at $0.20

The seafood processor, wholesaler, retailer and exporter has plans to expand its distribution network, aiming to roll out its Seafood Management Solution to supermarkets.

Along with increasing its sales and marketing capabilities, the company will also use the funds to upgrade processing equipment.


Omnia Metals Group (ASX:OM1)

Listing: 21 February

IPO: $5.5m at $0.20

The explorer will be focused on two projects, the Ord Basin project along the WA/NT border, and the Albany-Fraser project in the state’s southwest.

The company says meaningful exploration around the Ord Basin has been limited over the past 50 years, so the project represents “a district scale, greenfields exploration opportunity for copper, nickel and PGE deposit types.”

At the Albany-Fraser project, Omnia plans to leverage historical data to explore for intrusive-hosted nickel-copper sulphide deposits.


And here are the ones listing in early March:


5E Advanced Materials (ASX:5EA)

Listing: 2 March

5EA is set to become the new name and parent company of American Pacific Borates Limited (ASX:ABR) – with the company set to list the US via a Nasdaq Direct Listing in February.

All shares held by ABR shareholders will be transferred to 5EA – and ABR says it will be possible to transfer holdings from ASX CDIs to NASDAQ shares and vice versa.

The focus is still on the development of the Fort Cady Borate Project, which hosts a multi-generational borate resource where boric acid, borate specialty materials, gypsum and potassium sulphate (SOP) will be produced for the global market.


Many Peaks Gold (ASX:MPG)

Listing: 2 March

IPO: $5.5m at $0.20.

This explorer and development has its eye on the southern part of the Yarrol Geological Province in Queensland, where exploration to date has identified three project areas – the Mt Weary gold project, Rawlins gold-copper project, and the Monal gold project.

MPG’s strategy is to exercise its option to acquire an 80% legal and beneficial interest in the tenements on listing and then drill test the Boggy Creek prospect within the Mt Weary project, where the company already has approval for an initial drilling program.

The company also plans to complete geochemical and geophysical survey work at Rawlins and Mona.