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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Surface Transforms Plc 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
  -1.00 -2.27% 43.00 42.00 44.00 44.00 42.00 44.00 194,737 15:37:31
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Automobiles & Parts 2.4 -4.6 -2.1 - 84

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/6/2022
12:50
Fils, I dont think we have a settled solution yet. Lithium batteries ; supply constraints, heavy, very expensive, production safety and environmental issues. Perhaps a battery will become an option for long distance travel with fast, efficient, charging devices (capacitors?) for distances up to say 200 miles. I dont know. It just doesnt make sense at the moment.
skyracer
17/6/2022
08:44
The run up from 45p to 55p reversed in just a couple of weeks. Patience
graham1ty
16/6/2022
08:44
Anyone got a feel for whether CC brakes will be a good combination with these airless tyres I read that some tyre manufacturers are developing? Could it be part of a development on the way to almost maintenance free vehicles? Might reduced maintenance , lack of corrosivity and reduced brake dust equal or trump the other big benefit of CC brakes - reduced weight - as a driver for high volume take up? Fils
fillspectre
13/6/2022
12:19
Read an article in IC that the soaring cost of nickel and lithium might constrain the battery pack size for EV manufacturers. To maintain range EV manufacturers would have to look for efficiencies elsewhere such as lightweighting the vehicle. Fils.
fillspectre
10/6/2022
11:04
I hope the recent buyer is still there. A dummy trade gets a bid of 54p for 25000 So, the 53-54p screen spread is not real
graham1ty
07/6/2022
17:53
Not often we get a 600K plus share volume day. Fils
fillspectre
05/6/2022
07:43
News today that Mercedes are "recalling nearly one million older vehicles worldwide due to a potential problem with the braking system" due to corrosion: Https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2022/jun/04/mercedes-benz-issues-global-recalls-of-one-million-older-cars Maybe not a good look for our competitor Brembo? This problem is for "cars built between 2004 and 2015 of the SUV series ML and GL, and the R-Class luxury minivan". It seems that Brembo did/do provide brakes for the ML and GL, for example: Https://www.bremboparts.com/europe/en/catalogue/mercedes-benz-m-class-w163-ml-350-163-157/000017108-1
rivaldo
01/6/2022
18:20
I’m relaxed
pinkfoot2
01/6/2022
17:00
When trading resumes Monday 6th June could get interesting! Has an institution that attended the factory visit on the 26th April stolen a march on others? Fils
fillspectre
01/6/2022
12:48
Looks like there's some modest but organised buying going on.
cheese666
01/6/2022
12:41
Can't disagree with you albert_einstein. Ramping up production capability is in the hands of the ST team and I am hoping a capable and driven engineering team is being assembled underneath Steve. We can't do anything about customer driven delays to SOP dates. Realists are aware of the full facts. Unrealistic not to expect "some bumps in the road" but at some point the business landscape will stabilise - we have had a pretty turbulent period for the last five years. At least UK government is rewarding inward investment. Fils
fillspectre
01/6/2022
12:39
Pretty steady buying, up from 44p bid to 56p bid in not much more than a week. Hope this will not be a spike, and then volatility again. In hindsight, in the run up to 80p the share price got way ahead of itself, focusing solely on new contracts, and ignoring execution risk. We want a slow, steady rise that reflects manufacturing progress ( backed by regular RNS to reassure us the ramp up in production is on track). Then all shareholders are happy. For the last 18 months, anyone who paid more than 56p has been losing money. We want all shareholders to be happy, long term holders !!
graham1ty
01/6/2022
09:03
I think two of the main issues facing us in the coming months and years are our ability to scale up production quickly without too many bumps along the way and the ability of our customers to keep to their original timescales without major delays to the start of production (SOP). We've already seen delays to the SOP on some of our contracts and history and the current environment suggests they won't be the last. We are in talks with numerous people regarding potential new contracts and the possible expansion of existing ones to include new models etc so hopefully we should see some newsflow along the way but I think investors will be focusing on the ramping up of production and any issues that ensue either inhouse or from customer SOP delays.
albert_einstein
31/5/2022
11:34
Next 12 months is key for me-execution, execution,execution. Then we will be receiving offers from private equity and the trade.Minimum target £2 per share for me.
pinkfoot2
31/5/2022
10:08
Certainly sustained interest here at present.....
rivaldo
30/5/2022
21:12
If you are Pinkfoot2 - I am. Agreed onwards. ST still looks way too cheap given news flow since last year's placing. Ok so new generic risks have materialised since then such as Supply Chain risks but ST were ahead of that one. Recession risk - ok but ST supply to the premium market only (at present) - which I think will hold up better. Whole bunch of drivers in their favour for further take up of carbon ceramic brakes and also I can't help feeling Brembo is going to have a harder time with high energy prices than ST. I am assuming Brembo's CC production is still in Italy. Looking further forward we have June's AGM statement. July brings a second factory visit. Autumn hopefully brings news of the continuous front end furnace arriving to be planted in the Knowsley site. I disagree with Cheese666. I am not interested so much in new contract awards being announced at present I am more interested in steady relentless progress with execution, increasing resilience, learning lessons and booking revenues. Fils
fillspectre
30/5/2022
19:52
I’m relaxed -onwards and upwards
pinkfoot2
30/5/2022
19:36
And US on Memorial Day holiday.
supernumerary
30/5/2022
18:57
Not really wanting to make back to back posts but I am finding the price movement and share volume unusual given no specific announcement and that also we are at beginning of the platinum jubilee week with a lot of people on holiday. Fils
fillspectre
30/5/2022
12:33
My hope doesn't look that forlorn. Fils.
fillspectre
30/5/2022
09:04
Grammar please toffee. “Fewer” sellers….
graham1ty
30/5/2022
09:00
>> fewer sellers than buyers :) Ta - us toffees need educating
toffeeman
30/5/2022
08:55
The share price has all the indications of having been tipped somewhere. I am unaware of any new research, or mention in a tip sheet, yet slow, steady buying. I am not complaining, but if anyone knows a specific reason, would be interested. And, yes, please do not answer “more buyers than sellers” !!!
graham1ty
30/5/2022
08:52
Nice maiden director buy of around £50,000 by the new NED last week. Also encouraging (and not mentioned here before) to see DB and his wife both utilising their annual ISA allowances last week to transfer £40,000 of SCE shares into their respective ISAs. Certainly two very positive signals from the directors.
rivaldo
28/5/2022
12:08
Aside from the non-exec purchase is it just a general improvement in sentiment that has lifted ST? Was a nice way to end the week. Dare I hope for mid-50s by close of play eve of jubilee bank holiday. Might this be a year when the adage sell in May doesn't work that well? Fils
fillspectre
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