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Surface Transforms Plc LSE:SCE London Ordinary Share GB0002892528 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25p -1.59% 15.50p 45,000 16:11:29
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
15.00p 16.00p 15.75p 15.50p 15.75p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Automobiles & Parts 1.36 -2.30 -1.66 21.1

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19/6/2019
09:20
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 15.75p.
Surface Transforms Plc has a 4 week average price of 11.50p and a 12 week average price of 8.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 21p while the 1 year low share price is currently 8.50p.
There are currently 136,041,016 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 115,212 shares. The market capitalisation of Surface Transforms Plc is £21,086,357.48.
12/6/2019
22:46
fillspectre: Re: the recent share price movement - like Longshanks I wouldn't read anything into either. For all we know it could be Longshanks himself having another dabble :-). I keep talking myself out of it. I would hate for one of us to be making a speculative uninformed purchase only for the rest of us to sit here discussing the possible hopeful signs that some in the know have started buying ahead of an announcement. The most important thing is have we anyone in the group who can confirm an SCE brake from a video freeze frame? Fils.
11/6/2019
19:52
fillspectre: That said - I also think there are a lot of people just hovering. I think this is a well watched but lightly traded share. The greater mass of investors are poised for the big reveal. We are in the world of small volumes big price movements. Be interesting to see how short of stock the MMs are if there is news of an OEM contract. I suspect most of us long termers will hang onto all we've got knowing this could be the start of something. Therefore a significant volume OEM contract with a well known name is going to crank this share price up significantly - instantly into the 20 pence range I would say. Fils
07/5/2019
23:11
fillspectre: I was the last to post here on Friday before the Bank Holiday in a reply to balcony and my words are there in post 3009 in all their ghastliness for me to read back "buying at 12.795p - what a steal!!!" Doh! What can I say - there is virtually no positivity in today's SCE RNS ... and where is David Bundred? - he normally puts his name to the trading updates. I suspect we need to start a debate on the meaning of a "few months" as the the only thing that is going to bring back the share price the announcement of a volume contract from OEM5. It is not only Richard Sneller that is giving the Company a hard time but also Richard Gledhill and the rest of us shareholders. I think it time for us to start collectively exerting some pressure and asking sharp questions. There is no mention in this RNS of the OEM cell 1 progress. Ok so it is called a trading update - but if there was at least some good news in OEM cell 1 it should have been mentioned to try and mitigate the worst effects of the RNS. Are they going to be ready to crank up OEM cell 1 in Summer if a volume material contract materialises? I have an uneasy feeling that OEM cell 1 can only be finished once a customer and product are known otherwise what stops the Company from declaring capacity and hawking it around a wider market. After all it doesn't break a potential customer's confidentiality and trust if the Company's directors put their own business interests first - we need come customers and some return on our investment in OEM cell 1. I am going to contact the Company and ask for a site visit - I live in the North West - Knowsley is just over an hour away - I feel this is reasonable. Longshanks have you had more time to do some more analysis? You said in a pst post this is white knuckle investing - you weren't wrong! Fils
03/5/2019
15:59
fillspectre: Graham I have an unchanged position in SCE and have not given up yet. We seem to be surrounded on AIM by companies currently making zero profits yet plenty of speculative share price gain - even when those companies have had share price surges before and fizzled out thereby plenty of PIs with their fingers burnt in the past. . I understand the business SCE are in - they do actually have a quietly growing underlying business - the losses coming from increased capital expenditure and new customer R&D. Some of the companies undergoing speculative in-rushes of equity buying don't even have a commercial product on sale - just the hope of one. . If I was any braver I'd buy some more. I'd hate to see more dilution at these prices - I want to see a floor under these shares at 18p which would mean those of us who took part in the fund raise in 2016 would have least have our investment intact. Fils .
03/5/2019
12:45
fillspectre: Longshanks - regards disagreement of my choice of words "tight lipped". I take your point - SCE definitely keeps the confidence of potential customers - all to the good. They don't however feel compelled to update us very frequently on the rate of the progress of the OEM cell 1 - they could also use such updates as opportunities to confirm more often that anonymised supplier negotiations are taking place as a reassurance through these long periods of no news. I feel an invitation for investors to visit the factory is starting to feel overdue. It feels like both the Director and Senior Management share options and the two last issuances of share capital to Richard Sneller have benefitted from the weak news causing the share price to drift downwards. Getting nervous and despondent that the next RNS may put us in yet another holding pattern. Fils
30/4/2019
22:58
fillspectre: There seems to have been a sudden burst of interest in all things hydrogen and the potential of fuel cells this week. Witness the PPS share price increase and minor effects in ITM and CWR. Only AFC seems to have remained as moribund as SCE and from what I can gather from the chat rooms this maybe down to a dissatisfaction with the current management. There was a piece on the BBC Business website discussing whether we are in a moment of great sea change and harking back to 1979. Maybe I am nostalgic or naive but I am sensing we are. In fact I am hoping we are. Does this sea change stretch to a place for surface transforms. Are we about to enter a final decade for the internal combustion engine? Can SCE ride an initial wave of luxury motors into an sunlit upland where light weighting vehicles and fitting them out with long lived components will dominate product selection? Or will they have brought themselves to a position to mass manufacture a product just for the tide to turn on them at tbe critical moment. This Company has traditionally remained tight lipped and management seem to have very little interest in drip feeding news into the market to stir up interest. We are going into May now - could this month provide us patient long standing share holders with the momentous news we crave. Fils
27/2/2019
22:53
fillspectre: Longshanks collectively you and I both called it wrong last year regards the track car - remember our little wager! Also last year David Bundred did tell us in an RNS that OEM3 and 5 product testing would both be complete by the end of 2018 - so that was a firm communicated date that came and went. I have sort of retreated from this board following the advice of another poster that it may be better to forget about SCE for a while and hope that when you look again a few years later they have finally come good or should I say that their strategic plan has paid off. To be fair to SCE they have often stated clearly that it is the timing of receipt of volume OEM orders which is the business' biggest risk and to some extent this is out of their control. If we assume that a share price mispricing rarely happens then either a) the confidence level for receipt of an OEM order by May 2019 isn't high or b) it is high but very few people know this and they either can't or won't buy shares. You would think that if an OEM order is imminent then some inevitable leakage of the news is impossible to avoid and we will see buying increase ahead of the official announcement. Currently the liquidity of this share is so poor it would only take a few brave PIs chancing their arm to make it look like someone knows something. It could just be that the discretion and secrecy surrounding an imminent contract is so tight that it really does come like a bolt out of the blue. In the meantime I have got quite a few other points I think are worth discussing generally on this board in lieu of other news. I'll do this in a later post. Fils. Oh as a postnote - I have in my mind the airframe contract could come in Jan 2020 - do you concur with this view?
26/2/2019
23:19
fillspectre: I have not posted on this board for a while however my holding position in SCE has not changed. Is anyone reading the same thing as me in one of the paragraphs of the summary of today's RNS? "The task in the remainder of the financial year is to turn this progress on testing into firm orders. The Board remains confident of delivering this objective." Could this mean the hope is of one firm OEM order before the end of May '19? Would tie in nicely with the finalisation of OEM cell 1! I was expecting this RNS to be more of the same - portraying slow but steady progress on OEM testing and everything else - a slightly muted and depressing read leading some to cry "jam tomorrow!" - but I find myself sensing a little more positivity and adherence to a timetable being communicated in this RNS than past ones. I have always thought that David Bundred is ensuring that Surface Transforms respects the OEMs need for discretion and by this careful adherence to the rules of courting within the automotive industry is giving SCE the greatest assurance of eventually winning these contracts. This is why the reading of the RNS announcements is generally frustrating. Anyway can't help but notice the Aston Martin share price was one of the biggest risers today and they will be announcing their results on Thursday. Fils
05/12/2018
07:31
graham1ty: People complain about KJ never buying shares. He now has another 1.9m options making 4.175m in total. Now that is an incentive. If he works his butt off, and gets this right, he makes a lot of money. I want Kevin geared into success like this. If the share price gets to 50p, he makes £1m +. If the share price gets to £1, he makes many £millions That is aligned with shareholders
28/6/2018
06:19
fillspectre: Yes it was a bit of a ruminating post. Clearly the Company decided it needed the funds and at 17p a share it appears to have sourced the funds all too easily. It means others are seeing what we are seeing - very positive. The facts it is two new IIs is also great as it strengthens the wider awareness of the market to SCE. If the share price goes up from here I have no complaints about my total holding being diluted - who would. If the IIs have less than they wanted the share price could move up through the Summer bucking what might be a general negative trend in the market as a whole. We all looked at the figures at the start of the month and thought it was tight. Now we wake up this morning knowing the funding issue over the next six months is resolved and we can look forward to news flow starting late 2018 that should really build interest in this Company. I don't think Brexit is currently disturbing the timetable - I think we are moving at the pace dictated by OEM3 and 5. I also don't think Brexit will affect the ability for SCE to get contracts in so far as the OEMS once they have made the final decision they want the product haven't really got anywhere else to go. Brexit pandemonium could cause a temporary delay if it continues right up to March 2019. However the disquiet from Industry is growing for them to know what is happening post March 2019 so hopefully the Brexit negotiations will conclude early Autumn 2018 and the stars will align for SCE to really sizzle as you say. Here's to them going out to fundraise for a second OEM cell at a much higher share price and with similar ease! My comments still remain about KJ and his options - I personally would take it is as a massive confirmatory signal if he started taking up options. Fils
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