Stabilization of Detection Technology Plc share and the use of over-allotment option

DETECTION TECHNOLOGY PLC COMPANY RELEASE 15 APRIL 2015 AT 08.30 EET         

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Stabilization of Detection Technology Plc share and the use of over-allotment option

Nordea Bank Finland Plc, the Lead Manager and bookrunner in the Detection Technology Plc (“Detection Technology” or the “Company”) offering, has carried out stabilization measures with Detection Technology’s share. The stabilization started on 18 March 2015 and ended on 19 March 2015.

The stabilization was carried out in the following price range:

18 March 2015                    4.90-4.95 euro

19 March 2015                    4.90 euro

Nordea Bank Finland Plc will not carry out any further stabilization measures and the stabilization period has now ended.

Nordea Bank Finland Plc has decided to use its over-allotment option described in the listing prospectus and purchases 340,536  Detection Technology shares from Oy G.W.Sohlberg Ab in connection with returning to Oy G.W.Sohlberg Ab certain shares borrowed by Nordea Bank Finland Plc as part of the offering.

As a result of the exercise of the over-allotment option, the ownership of Oy G.W.Sohlberg Ab is 5,205,167 shares (40.2%). Oy G.W.Sohlberg Ab has sold 1,582,448 Detection Technology Oyj shares in total in the offering.

Nordea Bank Finland Plc serves as the Company’s certified advisor under the First North rules.

DETECTION TECHNOLOGY PLC

For further information:

Hannu Martola, President and CEO  
+358 500 449475  
hannu.martola@nulldeetee.com  

Detection Technology in brief
Detection Technology develops, produces, markets and sells components and systems for X-ray imaging solutions for medical, security and industrial applications. The Company operates from Espoo, Oulu, Beijing, Hong Kong and Boston. In 2014, Detection Technology’s net sales totaled EUR 33 million and the comparable operating profit margin was 12% (the reported operating profit margin being 9%). The company’s shares are listed on the Nasdaq First North Finland market place.

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