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Interview: Q and A with David Bundred Chairman of Surface Transforms plc (LSE:SCE)

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Surface Transforms plc (LSE:SCE) Chairman David Bundred caught up with DirectorsTalk for an exclusive interview to discuss accelerated testing, process control certifications and automotive OEM contracts   Q1: We’re in the aftermath of an RNS you released last Monday. What were the key messages from that RNS? A1: Well obviously it follows on from an announcement we made before Christmas that I recently talked about. Frankly, there were no surprises, trading was in line with expectations, we were very very pleased that our retrofit sales were up 55%, cash is being managed and we’re making very good progress on the game changers.   Q2: The fundraising situation, this is always in the spotlight as far as investors are concerned, you raised £1 million before Christmas, what’s the position on the cash front at the moment? A2: We referred in the RNS the fact that discussions are continuing

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Interview with Surface Transforms Chairman David Bundred

David Bundred Chairman of Surface Transforms plc talks about accelerated testing, further OEM contracts and how they are well on track for process control certifications. [embed]https://vimeo.com/120033610[/embed] 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. ST is a manufacturer of next-generation carbon-ceramic brake discs for automotive and aircraft applications and has been certified to IS9001-2000 since 2008. Surface Transforms is a Public Limited Company listed on the AIM Market of the London Stock Exchange Plc David has a wealth of industrial experience at senior management levels in the UK, Germany and the US and is now an active investor with "hands on" focus in a small number of high growth companies. He has previo

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