Zortrax shareholders approve IPO plans

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The shareholders of the 3D printing company Zortax have approved the company’s plan to enter the WSE main market, the company said in a market filing. “Our company has learned how to operate within the framework of financial institutions. Entering the WSE is the next, natural step for us, which will further develop Zortrax. In the past, we’ve used investors’ funds to expand our distribution network, develop our products and production. Thanks to this, in three-year period, we’ve managed to fulfill all of our strategic targets. As a publicly listed company we can continue with our development and be even more trustworthy for our investors and business partners,” company’s CEO Rafał Tomasiak said.

The company did not specify when the potential IPO would take place, however, the company first mentioned such plans back in 2016.

The company began operations in January of 2014 and has developed a fully integrated 3D printing solution, consisting of the printer, software and printing materials.

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