ST Chairman interviewed by DirectorsTalk about recent AM-RB 001 contract win, Aerospace product sign off, German OEM progress and recent preliminary figures.
ST CEO Kevin Johnson was interviewed by DirectorsTalk, discussing the recently announced pre-production agreement and what it means for the company, what this means in terms of company activities and factory capacity and how other programmes are progressing.
ST have signed a pre-production technology development agreement with a leading German performance car manufacturer, which if successful, is expected to lead to series supply in 2018-2019. Read the announcement here.
Surface Transforms is recruiting for CNC Operators/Operator Setters/Programmers and Plant Operators to join our growing shop floor team. To highlight these and future opportunities working at Surface Transforms, we have also launched a careers page on the website so you can keep up-to-date on available roles.
Surface Transforms are the proud owners of an Aston Martin V8 Vantage that has now been fitted with our brake kit with some impressive effects on the braking performance. See more picture in the gallery.
ST is pleased to announce a conditional equity fundraising of up to £5.0 million, conversion of a £400,000 loan, notice of a general meeting and appointment of a new joint broker. Read announcement here. Read circular here.
Koenigsegg have displayed three cars at the Geneva Motor Show: one existing model, one new model to finish the current Agera range and the first model of the new Regera range. Koenigsegg cars are fitted with CCST brake discs as standard.
Working with Shine North and A Kahn Design, Surface Transforms supplied the brake discs for an Aston Martin V8 Vantage that was transformed into a Supercar Megabuild. The documentary will be broadcast on the UK National Geographic Channel tomorrow (Wednesday 17th February 2016) at 8 pm, as well as being broadcast on worldwide National Geographic Channels this month.
Following extensive independent testing, ST's kits for the Porsche 997 have achieved the internationally recognised ECE R90 accreditation, confirming that ST's kits for the Porsche 997 are appropriate replacements for the Original Equipment Manufacturer Porsche 997 brake discs.
Surface Transforms (AIM: SCE) is pleased to announce that it has received its TS 16949 quality certification. TS 16949 is the quality management standard for the automotive industry and is a prerequisite standard to supply into the mainstream automotive market.
Surface Transforms (AIM: SCE) is pleased to announce that it has received its AS9100 quality certification. AS9100 (BS EN 9100) is the quality management standard for the aerospace industry and has become a necessary standard to supply into the mainstream aerospace market.
Surface Transforms customer Koenigsegg has outperformed existing production car speed records during a practice session in the groundbreaking Koenigsegg One:1 Megacar, headlined by a 0-300-0 kmh time of just 17.95 seconds.
ST Chairman David Bundred has confirmed an announcement regarding game changers will be coming "soon" and discusses brake test results, increased capacity costs and new positions at ST with DirectorsTalk.
Surface Transforms is pleased to announce that it has signed a pre-production contract with an international aerospace system supplier for the supply of its carbon-ceramic brake discs onto a US military aircraft. The full contract announcement can be found here.
Surface Transforms in collaboration with electric vehicles specialists Delta Motorsport have secured funding from the Niche Vehicle Network to develop carbon-ceramic brake discs for electric vehicles.
Surface Transforms begin supplying next-generation CCST brake discs to FF Corse - Silverstone-based track-driving academy and race team operation - for fitting to the Ferrari 458 Challenge.
Further details of the Koenigsegg One:1 were announced at the Geneva Motor Show. The One:1 has more power than any of its rivals and a whole heap of impressive technology, including CCST brake from Surface Transforms as standard. Geneva Motor Show pictures and details can be seen on the EVO website here.
Surface Transforms' Sales Director, Greg Harris, gave a short presentation about Surface Transforms; products and technology at this year's NVN conference to an audience of manufacturers and suppliers from the Niche Vehicle Network.
Surface Transforms in partnership with car manufacturers Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) has won funding from the Niche Vehicle Network (NVN) to develop a lightweight brake system for the BAC Mono.
Surface Transforms next-generation Carbon-Ceramic discs were recently on display at the Military Vehicles Exhibition and Conference in Detroit.
Surface Transforms has recently signed a distribution agreement with two UK high-performance vehicle specialists, JMH Automotive and Precision Porsche.
EVO speaks with Christian von Koenigsegg, and drives the earliest CC8S and brand new Agera R, to find out why it’s time to take the Swedish supercar builder seriously. See the article here.
The Hennessey Venom GT ran 265.7 mph on the 2.9 mile long runway at Naval Air Station Lemoore, California. This makes the Venom GT the fastest hypercar that you can buy and it features next-generation Surface Transforms Carbon Ceramic brakes.
See the Hennesy Venom GT successful 0-300km production car world record attempt, controversially claimed as the fastest car in the world and running Surface Transforms Carbon Ceramic Brakes: