First day of trading on Monday

Mon­day 26 Feb­ru­ary 2018 will be the day of trad­ing for Smoltek’s IPO at Akti­etor­get. The trad­ing starts at 9 AM.

Smoltek’s new share issue gave a pos­i­tive result and was sub­scribed to 168 per­cent. At the time for the trad­ing start will our CEO Anders Johans­son ring the bell at Akti­eTor­get in Stock­holm to announce that Smoltek’s IPO is now com­plet­ed. Then the trad­ing is offi­cial­ly started.

The CEO, Anders Johans­son, is excit­ed about the future: “This is a com­plete­ly new and very excit­ing step for Smoltek! Now we are look­ing for­ward to the company’s next phase. We are hop­ing for a con­tin­ued strong inter­est from the stock mar­ket”, says Anders Johansson.

Trading codes

Short name of the share: SMOL
ISIN code: SE0010820381

Part­ner Fond­kom­mis­sion has been Smoltek’s finan­cial advisor.

About Smoltek

The Com­pa­ny was found­ed in 2005 and is a pub­lic com­pa­ny based in Gothen­burg, Swe­den. It spe­cial­izes in devel­op­ment of nanos­truc­ture fab­ri­ca­tion tech­nol­o­gy to solve advanced mate­ri­als engi­neer­ing prob­lems. Smoltek has a port­fo­lio of 65 patent assets, of which 48 are grant­ed today. The mar­ket seg­ment where Smoltek is active is called Advanced Pack­ag­ing and is esti­mat­ed by Research & Mar­kets in a mar­ket update from Sep­tem­ber 2017 to grow with an aver­age of 7,19 per­cent per year (CAGR) dur­ing the peri­od 2016–2022 and have a mar­ket val­ue of 40,33 MdUSD by year 2022.

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Breaking barriers: The future

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Hand held circular disc with Smoltek logo

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Breaking barriers: The hype

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The subscription period has started

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Smoltek patent No. 62 now granted

Smoltek’s IP related to interposer technology keeps growing. This new US patent is covering energy storage devices embedded in an interposer, and manufacturing of the same. Our patent portfolio now comprises 62 granted patents.