Closing Bell Ceremony on Friday, September 3rd at 3:45pm ET
MILTON, N.Y., September 2, 2021 — Sono-Tek Corporation (Nasdaq: SOTK), the leading developer and manufacturer of ultrasonic coating systems, today announced that it will ring the Nasdaq Stock Market Closing Bell on Friday, September 3rd. This comes after the company’s common shares began on The Nasdaq Capital Market on August 27, 2021.
In honor of the occasion, Dr. Christopher L. Coccio, Chairman and CEO of Sono-Tek, will ring the Closing Bell. A live stream of the ceremony will be available on NASDAQ’s site at https://www.nasdaq.com/marketsite/bell-ringing-ceremony beginning at 3:45pm ET.
“Everyone at Sono-Tek is thrilled to celebrate this significant achievement,” said Dr. Christopher L. Coccio. “Reaching this important goal is a testament to the strength of our team and the innovative, market leading products they build for our global customers. I’m honored to ring the Nasdaq Bell on their behalf and share their excitement about Sono-Tek’s future.”
Sono-Tek Corporation is the leading developer and manufacturer of ultrasonic coating systems for applying precise, thin film coatings to protect, strengthen or smooth surfaces on parts and components for the microelectronics/electronics, alternative energy, medical and industrial markets, including specialized glass applications in construction and automotive.
The Company’s solutions are environmentally-friendly, efficient and highly reliable, and enable dramatic reductions in overspray, savings in raw material, water and energy usage and provide improved process repeatability, transfer efficiency, high uniformity and reduced emissions.
Sono-Tek’s growth strategy is focused on leveraging its innovative technologies, proprietary know-how, unique talent and experience, and global reach to further develop microscopic coating technologies that enable better outcomes for its customers’ products and processes.
For further information, visit www.sono-tek.com.
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Stephen J. Bagley
Chief Financial Officer