Ventec International Group Now Trading on Taipei Stock Exchange


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Ventec International Group Co., Ltd. announces that its shares are now listed and trading on the Emerging Stock Market of the Taipei Stock Exchange since 16th January 2018 under the Stock Code 6672 and name Ventec. A total of over 58.6 million shares were admitted to trading. Yuanta Securities as the underwriter agreed to the initial listing price of NTD $71 per share. Ventec is planning to apply for listing on the TPEx Mainboard in 2018. 

Jason Chung, COO Asia commented, "Our team has worked diligently towards the Taipei Stock Exchange listing, which marks an important milestone in the evolution of the Ventec International Group. We believe the combination of our differentiated product offering, fully owned and controlled global supply chain and strong balance sheet, will serve our current and future investors well. We are excited for our stock to trade on the Taipei Stock exchange and look forward to diversify our investor base as we continue our company's growth."

About Ventec International
 
With volume manufacturing facilities and HQ in Suzhou China, Ventec International specializes in advanced copper clad glass reinforced and metal backed substrates for the PCB industry. With distribution locations and manufacturing sites in both the US and Europe, Ventec International is a premier supplier to the Global PCB industry. For more information, click here.

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