Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Surface Transforms LSE:SCE London Ordinary Share GB0002892528 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 20.25p 20.00p 20.50p 20.25p 20.25p 20.25p 0 07:58:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Automobiles & Parts 1.4 -1.2 -1.4 - 18.26

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23/4/2017
09:20
Surface Transforms Daily Update: Surface Transforms is listed in the Automobiles & Parts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SCE. The last closing price for Surface Transforms was 20.25p.
Surface Transforms has a 4 week average price of 19.50p and a 12 week average price of 18.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 29.88p while the 1 year low share price is currently 16.25p.
There are currently 90,191,081 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 78,897 shares. The market capitalisation of Surface Transforms is £18,263,693.90.
16/3/2017
10:07
longshanks: Interesting to note the RNS that Kevin D'Silva has exercised options.They expired on 29 March but had an exercise price of 21p. I am sure he could have bought 50k shares at 20p in the market and just let the options lapse. I guess this way he provides the company with a further £10k of working capital.Interesting too to note that Kevin Johnson has options expiring on 29 March for 100k shares at the same price. I suspect those will be allowed to lapse, but he will be working his cotton socks off to get the share price up before his next, much larger tranche of options lapse in June 2018.
13/2/2017
13:26
longshanks: Nothing new in these results really: I remain a happy holder for now. As I said at the trading update, one can expect some weakness in the share price in the short term as they are treading water whilst completing the factory fit-out and developing the OEM relationships.
08/2/2017
06:45
graham1ty: Reflecting a few days later, the share price performance is a little disappointing. My main worry with the factory move is whether they can still produce the right quality in the right volume in the new furnaces. I could imagine OEMs saying " you get settled in, tell us everything is up and running, and then we can get back on track. But until you prove you can replicate previous quality t, we will just put things on hold for a while". But we now have one (small) OEM saying that they are satisfied, prepared to sign up, presumably having had all their quality concerns answered ? I hope that means back to business for all the others ? We know they want the brakes, because they are the best performing brakes that exist. It was for SCE to prove they could make them ( i.e. A manufacturing risk, not a technology risk). So, onwards and upwards SCE !
21/12/2016
07:32
toffeeman: 1. I hold 2. The share price performance is indicative of the risks associated with OEMs delaying or not proceeding to production contracts and when and if one firms (sic) up we will see significant gains, but not until. AMIO
08/12/2016
08:36
graham1ty: Longshanks, what is annoying is this was all avoidable if it had been handled better and explained at the AGM.now the share price is below where it was at the start of the year, despite the fundraiser, the factory and production one year closer. This is derisking all the time, yet now below the share price of a year ago. Patience,is required and we have to trust they can deliver. Share price volatility makes it appear high risk and a trading share, which it is certainly not.
30/11/2016
08:09
toffeeman: Please may I add my thanks to both attendees - it is immensely reassuring to hear that things are largely as they should be (apart from Aston Martin freeze and a two month factory delay). So the main concern is that Porsche continue to be bullish and we don't have a mega global recession!! I suspect we won't see much upward share price movement until q3 2017. Regards
21/11/2016
17:35
goldman: Thanks for that rivaldo, well spotted. This is yet another step in the right direction that should be beneficial to both ST and us very patient share holders. I expect the share price to be significantly different in six to twelve months and higher again over a longer period of time. We just need those much talked about game changers and hopefully we won't have to much longer to wait.
10/10/2016
10:15
rivaldo: Cantor Fitzgerald summarise as follows today - they have a 40p target price and a 70p target based on DCF with revenues incoming from all five OEMs: "Good commercial headway in FY2016 Surface Transforms' ('ST') FY2016 results highlight strong commercial progress for its differentiated carbon ceramic brake discs, where it is advancing discussions with five automotive OEMs. In particular, ST recently signed a pre-production contract with its 'German OEM three' customer and subject to agreed operational goals, it intends to introduce ST on a higher volume than previously discussed, with initial sales envisaged in FY2018. Elsewhere, retrofits and near OEM sales grew by 33% to £557k and ST's aerospace contract is still anticipated to commence production in early 2018. Investment to increase capacity and reduce manufacturing costs by 50% is also now well underway and management is now targeting relocation to the new Knowsley facility by 2016 end; ahead of schedule. We retain our Buy and TP of 40p in anticipation of further positive news flow over the coming months to support on-going share price momentum."
13/9/2016
08:22
longshanks: There is a lot of hope built in to the new production facilities.To be fair, Markm1980 and others can be excused for expressing surprise at the way this hope is becoming rapidly realised in a concrete improvement in the share price. I would argue though, that isn't this the way of all such investments where confidence of success is high: just look at some of those tech companies worth billions and yet with negligible current revenue.ST has a good product: that is from where the confidence of success for ST stems.There is a high technology barrier for new players to pass before being able to compete. The product is also significantly better than that produced by their only competitor so one could argue that this competitor (other than through size) will find it harder over time to maintain or improve their market share.The new facilities are taking on 50 new staff, they anticipate 2018/19 turnover of approx £15m and for sales to grow significantly from that point as new market opportunities open.Within 10 years, the company could have a turnover of £100m with profits and dividends to match.All very much jam tomorrow, true. But they are building the facilities and large German OEMs are making the right noises. That gives me confidence to not only hold (with a 200% profit to date) but buy even more. I am not alone.
26/9/2014
09:58
rivaldo: Cheers timbo. I have a feeling the lift for the SCE share price is just starting its ride to the 20th floor :o))
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