Surface Transforms the disrupter in a market of billions (Analyst Interview)

Surface Transforms plc (LON:SCE) is the topic of conversation when Robin Byde, Research Analyst at Zeus Capital joins DirectorsTalk. Robin talks us through the key points he noted in the company update, explains any changes to the forecast and valuation and given the company’s strong share price performance how he would describe Surface in terms of an investment case.

Surface Transforms is a highly innovative company, with its own patented materials technology and a team of PhD-qualified scientists and degree-qualified engineers who are continually developing new processes for the production of carbon-ceramic materials and new products for various applications. The company is a manufacturer of next-generation carbon-ceramic brake discs for automotive and aircraft applications and has been certified to IS9001-2000 since 2008 and was certified to TS16949 automotive quality accreditation and AS9100C aerospace quality accreditation in 2015.

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