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Tool Order: CVD Equipment Corp wins multiple orders in January

15 February 2011 | By Mark Osborne | News > Wafer Processing

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CVD Equipment Corporation said that orders received in January, 2011 totalled US$9.3 million and included orders for both production and research equipment in the fields of Solar, LED’s and Nanotechnology, the company said. The company did not breakout the orders by sector or equipment type.

“As our research equipment customers transition from research to production, CVD will continue to be an integral part of their success,” commented Leonard Rosenbaum, president of CVD Equipment Corporation. “The CVD/FN division continues to benefit from increased interest and funding in energy generation, energy savings and nanotechnology for both research and production equipment. We anticipate that this interest will continue throughout 2011.”

To meet customer demand the small cap is planning to raise up to US$20 million in new capital to support the expansion of product offerings, personnel, equipment and facilities.

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