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% 18.30p 17.60p 19.00p 18.30p 18.30p 18.30p 12,301 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Automobiles & Parts 1.4 -2.3 -1.7 - 22.52

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/9/2018
11:00
Indeed :o)) A reasonably encouraging set of results today in that everything seems to be progressing (slowly) down the path with no major negatives (the six month delay re Cell 1 is nothing in the overall scheme of things!). We simply await one of those "gamechanger" announcements finally coming to fruition. As others have said, the AM Valkyrie should generate more interest. Today's news had two encouraging bits of news from Aston Martin, namely that SCE: "was informed of additional demand (mainly related to dealer spares) that has added an additional £1m of revenue to the programme", and: "The Valkyrie programme will complete in the 2021-22 financial year. It is therefore encouraging to report that, in partnership with the tier-one caliper supplier, Alcon, the Company is in on-going discussions with the customer on further vehicles with SOP in this period"
rivaldo
17/9/2018
09:40
No changes to FinnCap forecasts ( though they only forecast one year, so pretty meaningless). They retain a 24p target price which is pretty unambitious However the note is called “Expecting a Transformative Year” Hope they are right !
graham1ty
17/9/2018
08:54
Thank goodness Aston Martin are getting on with it. Once the Valkyrie is out on the road, that should generate more interest in the product from other OEMs. The Germans are bot actually breaking a leg, are they..?
davwal
17/9/2018
08:40
I feel reasonably patient to hold, not sell out, nor top up... which is as positive a statement I can muster. GLA
bdroop
17/9/2018
07:22
On first read the results are OK. Aston Martin revenue higher than thought. Other OEMs move slowly forward. What is a negative is the six month delay to commissioning on production Cell 1. Depends how patient everyone will be.....I am seeing David on Weds so might have some more feedback after that
graham1ty
16/9/2018
11:49
I expect more of the same and further delays - let's hope the delays are not too long - I don't want another jam tomorrow cash call.
toffeeman
16/9/2018
09:18
Results next week I hope. Will it be more of the same, further delays ? Or substantial progress and an exciting announcement? Have been here too many times before to expect much.....
graham1ty
11/9/2018
18:07
Toffeeman re: your first event prediction of a Q4 delay announcement. I hate to say it (or write it) but I sense that too. This could be good news because my intuition is more often wrong than right - bit of a shame I don't go deliberately betting against myself! Any feelings about the recent board appointment? Predictable? Of no significance? Low significance? Or can something be read from it? Not sure I like the remark about introducing financial discipline - was it not present before? Fils
fillspectre
04/9/2018
08:16
I don't hold AVCT - just have it on my monitor list.
longshanks
04/9/2018
08:14
Lets hope not Longshanks (Avacta)
toffeeman
03/9/2018
19:40
Watch you don't lose your tail...again
longshanks
03/9/2018
13:49
If anything Brexit will be positive for SCE as STG loses 10%. I think the first event of the fourth quarter will be the announcement of yet another delay! Yours Eeyore
toffeeman
03/9/2018
10:50
Now we have traversed the slow month of August - what do we, the collective of the ADVFN SCE bulletin board, believe will be the first event of Autumn/Winter 18/19 which may ignite wider interest in Surface Transforms? Or do we think the whole issue of the Brexit negotiations will distract the market over the Winter. I'm trying hard to imagine why the automotive manufacturers will abandon their own timetables pending a bit more Brexit certainty. What I can conclude thus far is hitching yourself to a political timetable is to abandon all control of your own affairs. Given that you cannot just conjure a new vehicle model out of nowhere - it would seem to be the lowest risk strategy is to take as much into your own hands as possible. Longshanks - any key automotive shows to look out for? We should get preliminary results, notice of AGM and possibly a trading statement within the next four weeks. Fils PS Maybe Rivaldo is barking up the right tree. An Aston Martin IPO followed by announcements of expansion in models and capacity with wider adoption of carbon ceramic brakes maybe just the high profile PA SCE needs.
fillspectre
30/8/2018
08:18
Exactly. That was the point of my original post - we knew about SCE's brakes being used in the Valkyrie, but the suggestion in the report is that all the new innovations in the Vantage will be incorporated into a number of other models. This from today's Times suggests AM will be on a production roll: Https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/business/aston-martin-presses-pedal-to-metal-for-5bn-float-k2ktsg553 "Aston Martin Lagonda intends to significantly ramp up its production of sports cars after unveiling plans for a £5 billion flotation on the London stock market. The company will increase its production this year by about 20 per cent to 6,400 and by a further 50 per cent within two years" "The valuations for Aston Martin are based on ambitious plans to rapidly increase production rates to 14,000 a year in the 2020s with the help of a new plant in south Wales."
rivaldo
29/8/2018
16:37
Yes the contract was a known, but with AM's proposed increases to production levels post IPO the contract could benefit SCE more than initially thought. Marginal gains maybe, but it can only be good news to a minnow like SCE that they are in with a top brand manufacturer which is itself on the up. At least I hope so..
davwal
29/8/2018
15:52
I was under the impression everyone knew the Valkyrie was going to have SCE brakes, did this not already get commented on by SCE some time ago or was it just speculation? Either way I think this is already factored in to the share price If AM start offering/specifying SCE brakes in to their mainstream models this will be of greater interest than just supplying a small number of brakes for one off models.
glyn10
29/8/2018
15:41
You'd have thought there would be a bit of interest in SCE today given the AM contract, and that company's intention to ramp up production post IPO.
davwal
29/8/2018
07:24
Interesting snippet this morning from Aston Martin's IPO announcement - the Valkyrie is using SCE's carbon ceramic brakes, so hopefully this is a pointer towards additional future usage: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/aston-martin/rns/publication-of-reg-document---h1-2018-results/201808290703040992Z/ "In addition, the widely anticipated Aston Martin-Red Bull co-designed hypercar, the Aston Martin Valkyrie, is the product of the strategic partnership with Red Bull Advanced Technologies. The investment in, and development of, technology through the design of the Aston Martin Valkyrie will inspire other future models in the range, in particular Aston Martin Lagonda's mid-engine hypercars and supercars."
rivaldo
28/8/2018
11:08
Share price does not reflect your optimism! Let's hope we don't breach the 200 MA
toffeeman
27/7/2018
16:26
I would be very surprised if Richard Sneller has bought his full yet...Either way - coming up to a crucial period of activity: final commissioning phase on the new furnaces and high-performance track testing with OEM5. It all feels like things are coming together.
longshanks
27/7/2018
13:26
Unusual to see 109,000 shares sold in two lots today with no effect on the share price. Presumably there's some buying demand in the background.
rivaldo
25/7/2018
23:46
Wake up swissie
longshanks
23/7/2018
21:21
recommended - wake me up when quailfied to that standard
swiss paul
19/7/2018
12:50
This news dates from 9th July whilst I was on hols - congrats to the team at SCE. Another step forward in keeping the likes of BMW, VW etc onside: Http://www.4-traders.com/SURFACE-TRANSFORMS-PLC-4003551/news/Surface-Transforms-recommended-for-IATF-16949-certification-26897009/ "Surface Transforms : recommended for IATF 16949 certification 07/09/2018 | 10:14am EDT Following an external audit by auditing body Lloyd's Register Quality Assurance, Surface Transforms have been recommended for certification to the IATF 16949 automotive quality management system standard. This achievement has been made possible by a huge amount of work from across the company and at all levels in establishing an entirely new quality management system; it reflects Surface Transforms' dedication to customer satisfaction and continual improvement. IATF 16949 Certification is a pre-requisite for supply to all OEMs and we are delighted to have been recommended for certification. What is IATF 16949? IATF 16949 is a management system standard - it describes how the company should be run including specific process, results and auditing requirements; it lists these as requirements and recommendations in a published document (standard). IATF 16949 can be assessed and certified by third party auditors (as is the case for Surface Transforms). IATF 16949 is published by the International Automotive Task Force; a group of automotive manufacturers and their respective trade associations. IATF members include the following vehicle manufacturers: BMW Group, FCA US LLC, Daimler AG, FCA Italy Spa, Ford Motor Company, General Motors Company, PSA Group, Renault, Volkswagen AG and the vehicle manufacturers' respective trade associations - AIAG (U.S.), ANFIA (Italy), FIEV (France), SMMT (U.K.) and VDA QMC (Germany). It is used worldwide for quality management system assessment. How is IATF 16949 related to ISO/TS 16949? IATF 16949 is the replacement to ISO/TS 16949; IATF 16949 significantly changed and increased requirements on the organisation."
rivaldo
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