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Surface Transforms Plc

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Surface Transforms Investors - SCE

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Surface Transforms Plc SCE London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 34.00 08:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
34.00 34.00 34.00 34.00 34.00
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Posted at 12/5/2023 16:52 by miss_guided
Yes, EVs still have traditional hydraulic brakes, similar to those in ICE vehicles. They utilise a dual-braking system, which includes both regenerative braking and hydraulic braking. Regen braking is the primary method of braking in EVs but is not sufficient for say emergency or hard braking or holding a vehicle on a hill, which is why they still have hydraulic calipers and discs. Calipers and discs in cars have been around since the early 1950s so, whilst regen braking is useful, it's hard to foresee anything displacing the current setup, which IMHO bodes well for investors.
Posted at 10/5/2023 17:23 by robinbell
We small shareholders will never see that. Someone will come along and buy the company at a price acceptable to the institutional investors and that person will make the big money.
Posted at 06/5/2023 18:22 by supernumerary
lol. From last year:

25 May 2022

Surface Transforms plc

("Surface Transforms" or the "Company")

Director Dealing

Surface Transforms (AIM: SCE) announces that the Company was notified on 24 May 2022 that David Bundred, non-executive chairman, and his wife have sold and re-purchased a total of 89,120 ordinary shares of 1p each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") being a sale by Mr. Bundred of 44,560 Ordinary Shares at a price of 44.9p from his dealing account and a repurchase of 44,560 Ordinary Shares at 45p in his ISA. Similarly, Mrs. Bundred sold 44,560 Ordinary Shares from her dealing account at a price of 44.9p and repurchased these at a price of 45p in her ISA.

Posted at 30/4/2023 16:19 by quemaster
I think £1.50p share price in 2004 is not over optimistic if things go to plan from here, if I was looking at a new investment in this current climate I would probably wait until they reported a profit before really getting my head around the company.

Good progress will bring in new investors looking forwards rather than backwards, a glance at our history shows no profit, multiple fundraising, and production problems in a terrible market for AIM jam tomorrow companies.

Posted at 21/4/2023 11:53 by graham1ty
Good webinar. SCE tell it how it is. Go through the problems with honesty, spell out the future risks, and there is no hype.

An oil company or biotech with that order book would be ramped through the roof ( and many oil companies who only have a prospect, that subsequently fails, are ramped through the roof.).

SCE have firm contracts, a world class product, and investors just need to be patient. Lifting production so dramatically was always going to hit speed bumps. But nothing that a great engineering company cannot work out ( as long as no salt involved)

Posted at 19/4/2023 16:03 by quemaster
Recent lows of 27p to recent highs of 38p, that's about a 40% odd rise in a short space of time.
Traders trading on news flow or investors with small gonads is my guess

Posted at 17/4/2023 12:49 by quemaster
It looks like the OEMs have been less concerned with the expansion hiccups than investors with the prospective pipeline increasing.
Posted at 31/3/2023 14:22 by guitarsolo
For what it is worth, I'm still accumulating. Yes, the recent share price performance is terrible and there could be news coming of production problems (and confirmation we have a leaky ship). However, I see the production problems as a potential strength!
(i) SCE has put its ramp-up into high gear, it is understandable if there are a few issues.
(ii) SCE has stated that it's problem is a lack of capacity to absorb the production setbacks. This ties in with what we know about capacity and orders.
(iii) These are new furnaces making CCBs that are unique to SCE. They're not following a previously engineered manual.
(iv) The same brilliant minds that designed SCE's CCBs (best in the world) are working on the production issues.
(v) If the product is hard to produce that is a good thing! It reduces the chance of Brembo or another entrant competing so easily.

With all that in mind, I remind myself that:
(i) SCE has the market-leading product.
(ii) It has a small but growing share of a duopolistic market.
(iii) It is winning new contracts and taking contracts away from Brembo.
(iv) The market is getting bigger all the time as CCBs become more common on non-supercars.
(v) CCBs fulfill environmental goals as well as performance.
(vi) A few mis-steps in the way investors have been handled doesn't diminish the investment case that SCE has £300m in contracts, another £190m of pipeline possibilities, and growing capacity.
(vii) If you were willing to invest in SCE's clever engineers to design and make the CCBs and sell them to very demanding high-performance OEMs, then I would also back them to sort out production issues with new furnaces.

I could be very wrong of course, but I view this as a 10 year investment and am willing to hold through to better times.

Good luck!


Posted at 29/3/2023 18:24 by bones
If 10% swings applied to the general population of AIM listed shares, there would be an avalanche of RNS's every day. I think it is only when there is a sense of disorderly trading (usually a massive move on big volume).

While we have seen a drift down over the last two weeks, I haven't sensed any disorder or panic. It just seems to be a lack of buyers in a very skittish small cap market. SCE is in good company right now for a drifting share price.

The market knows there will be a Q1 update imminently so I do not see a need for the board to soothe the investors' nervousness. The Q1 update will provide the latest situation. I would have thought anything overly negative would have been published by now. As it is, I think the market is braced for perhaps an update that suggests the production issues are not yet fixed but getting there.

I'm just sorry I jumped the gun (in hindsight) and bought a load at 39p last month. I would happily load up a good chunk now at sub-30p, given a long term outlook with £300M of contracts in the bag already.

Posted at 29/3/2023 11:44 by albert_einstein
It's bizarre, if there is bad news they could have announced it weeks ago as the share price fell away (looking like a leak) or conversely they could have reassured investors by announcing that there was no reason for the fall.

By doing absolutely nothing they have actually exacerbated the negativity.

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