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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 45.10 61,057 12:48:56
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
43.60 46.60 45.30 45.10 45.10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Automobiles & Parts 1.00 -3.03 -1.64 70
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:32:23 O 5,000 44.00 GBX

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Surface Transforms Daily Update: Surface Transforms Plc is listed in the Automobiles & Parts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SCE. The last closing price for Surface Transforms was 45.10p.
Surface Transforms Plc has a 4 week average price of 44.80p and a 12 week average price of 24p.
The 1 year high share price is 54p while the 1 year low share price is currently 14p.
There are currently 154,918,319 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 154,117 shares. The market capitalisation of Surface Transforms Plc is £69,868,161.87.
rivaldo: Another clue from the directors as to where the share price is going - DB and his wife have transferred £25k of their shares into their ISAs to protect future gains from tax..... Https://
jerarnie1: I agree - interesting to see Stroll proclaiming the share price will be '£6, £7 or £9 over the next five years' !
rivaldo: Have to agree pinkfoot2. It's extremely encouraging to see the FD sheltering his shares in his SIPP - and with the share price at new highs too.
pugugly: Certainly aligned (imo) "The Options are exercisable at a price of 46.0 pence per share being the closing share price on 19 October 2020".
rivaldo: Today's three RNSs tell us: - DB has exercised 300,000 options at 8.3p (costing almost £25k) without selling any of the resulting shares. We can deduce that he's expecting the share price to go up at some future point, so wants to minimise the income tax charge which is payable immediately on the profit after such an exercise - the CFO, usually the poorest paid Board member, has bought another 20,000 shares at around these new highs at 46p - and even the Safety, Health, Environmental and Quality Manager has joined in, buying 32,608 shares at 46p! News flow may not be within the next week or two therefore, but the signals from the Board would seem pretty clear!
amt: Torotrak was a new revolutionary technology to change the way gears operate in vehicles. SCE is competing with an existing technology and market. Its doing it better than incumbents. Anyway it sounds like he has had time to study it now so let's hope he reaches a very different conclusion. In the long run it's the financial performance that will drive the share price so I don't really care. It would be nice to get a boost to the share price though. That's another attraction of SCE in that the management tell us how it is without any hype. Same thing with another of my investments Tandem plc which gave us it straight, now the share price is reacting after a series of good financials.
bones: Quemaster/Longshanks, the following is what Paul Scott said last week in his blog, firstly on 14th September on the day of the OEM8 announcement and then the following day when he stated he would be watching the Hardman webinar on the Thursday following. I have not seen or heard any further comment from him since the webinar but perhaps it is possible he nominated the share for the discussion, I don’t know. As he stated, he does not normally get excited about “blue sky” shares so I do not know if he was persuaded. 14th Sept comment: “This share reminds me a bit of Torotrak - remember that one? Both companies seemed to have invented solutions to automotive problems that didn't exist. Torotrak decided that tractors, or ride-on lawnmowers, or something like that, suffered from inefficient gearboxes. SCE thought that conventional brakes weren't good enough. Investors randomly seemed to become emotionally attached to the shares, and support repeated fundraisings, defying all logic, and occasional clear-outs of management. The reason I'm highlighting SCE today, is that it's put out an announcement which actually looks quite interesting, hence is worth a closer look. Sports car makers seem to be convinced of the merits of its brakes, hence it seems possible that a viable business could eventually emerge here? What sustainable advantage does it have? With vastly larger R&D budgets, how can it stop competitors copying/beating it? Won't costs just rise as fast as revenues? Will there be any sustainable divis? Answers on a postcard please! Good luck with it. I'll stick with my juicy divis from cheap sofas, and concrete screeding! 15th Sept comment: “ A reader suggested yesterday that I need to improve my understanding of carbon brakes, so this looks like the ideal opportunity - a webinar from SCE this Thursday at 4pm, should be interesting. Anything to do with cars interests me. This company floated at almost exactly the time I became a full time investor in Sept 2002. Since then its track record has been lamentable - e.g. it took 10 years just to reach annual revenue of £1.0m. It's lost money every year, and forever promised a bright future for its carbon ceramic brakes, which never seemed to materialise. Until now. News yesterday of what looks like a decent sized contract, could mean its time may have finally come. I always say that blue sky shares nearly always take far longer, and cost far more than originally planned. 18 years is really pushing the boundaries, but who cares - the contracts now appear to be rolling in for supercars by the looks of it. So I'll be taking a closer look. 18 year chart below - patience is a virtue!” (The chart won’t format here but most here know it well!)
rivaldo: SCE's Hardman presentation is now on Youtube as of yesterday: Https:// DB and KJ looked as chipper as I've ever seen them - and deservedly so. Some interesting quotes, i.e: - "doing work with lots of OEMs" - "a number of measurable advantages" for SCE's product won them the OEM8 contract over Brembo - the OEM5 contract was won for a saloon car in the £50k-£75k price range, i.e SCE are already reaching into the general car market No doubt the three day investment roadshow next week is scheduled to follow the H1 results RNS. There's a lot to talk about of course, but the reason the roadshow takes three days (in normal times) is to allocate one day to London, one day to Scotland and probably one more day either in the North of England or more time in London. Mind you, they really could do do this via Zoom given the current situation, which would save a lot of time and expense.
brucie5: Interesting Zeus interview, thanks for sharing. Still no idea where now for the share price, but seems churlish to sell. Particularly given this: "We think SCE is on its way to becoming a major volume supplier to the automative industry. ..... The company have been talking about potential market of 2 rising to 4bn...if you can provide ceramic discs to the lower end of performance scale..." My knowledge of SCE is shallow indeed compared to many here, but given the evident invitation from the industry to welcome and support a second brake supplier of this quality, I would have thought we could entertain a smaller valuation disparity. How about, for example, 10 times, in stead of the current... SCE on mcap of 68m. Brembo 2.4bn. Not least because there may increasingly be a bid premium attached?
fillspectre: Graham don't be left despondent by my recent post reply to Katschmarek - I personally am still as patient for ST's prospects as ever. I was just trying to engender some realism - for some reason this share has never been given the star response some AIM shares are treated to. I have seen many a limp RNS cause a share price to soar, particularly some of the pharma stocks - leaving me thinking what is going on. NOT ST looks like we are going to have to go some to get the wider market interested. Eventually though they will wake up! With ST the investment case fundamentals are simple - do you believe the carbon ceramic brake market will continue to grow? Do you think ST will be a significant player in this market? If the answer is yes to both questions then this share has to be a buy and hold. Brembo already has built a £160 million annum revenue stream from this market. A fraction of that number would transform the current forward projections for SCE. I believe all the stars are about to align for ST. We will have to enter a post-Covid world of steadily returning normality (I do not accept the "new normal" school of thought) - our previously expected societal freedoms will eventually be demanded and sought out by the vast majority of the public. The post Brexit trading arrangements will have to be locked in soon as we put the endless debate behind us. Best of all OEMs have to make plans years in advance and they are also forward looking. Therefore the contract announcements we should soon be getting will be for revenue streams starting two year or three years hence - and these will come as the OEMs stare into the brighter uplands that are bound to come. The revenue streams also usually span a number of years. I like the idea of one RNS after another providing an overlapping forward revenue picture - so that Kev's powerpoint slide has to be changed to portrait view from landscape. Also I still don't discount the environmental credentials CC brakes have in possibly bringing forward larger take-up via political intervention. I am thinking particularly reduced brake dust emissions. Fils
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