After very successful trade in Amsterdam and premiere of its newest 3D printer, Zortrax comes back with another spectacular information. In the last weeks, the company prepared a special offer of shares from D series, which attracted a huge interest of investors. Eventually, Zortrax decided to sell all of its papers to one, long-term investor – Dariusz Miłek – the owner of shoe brand CCC and the forth richest Pole according to Forbes.
Within the framework of emission of pre-IPO Zortrax sold over 1,2 mln shares, which are worth over 44 mln PLN and amount 15%. The capital will be guaranteed by Ultro – a vehicle of investments created by Dariusz Miłek. This is one of the biggest transactions on the capital market in the recent months. Is was managed by consortium of Polski Dom Maklerski, Dom Maklerski Vestor and IPO Doradztwo Kapitałowe.
The company is going to allocate these financial assets for further development of its R&D, creating new models of 3D printers and increasing of marketing expenditures and eventual taking over of another companies. Zortrax invested in comfort of work, because in case of such a huge bailout (which is a record in the 3D printing industry in Poland), it won’t worry about money. At least, for some time.