Glaston Corporation: Termination of Trading and Delisting of the Convertible Bonds

The Board of Directors of Glaston Corporation (the “Company”) has today, on 25 April 2013, resolved to apply from NASDAQ OMX Helsinki Oy (the “Helsinki Stock Exchange”) for termination of trading and delisting of its convertible bonds (trading codes “GLAV070014” and ”GLAV0700A4”) (the “Bonds”).      The Company acquired all remaining proportions of the Bonds in a share issue organised in March 2013.

The Company announced the result of the share issue on 11 March 2013.

The termination of trading and delisting of the Bonds from the Helsinki Stock Exchange is to take place on or about 10 May 2013, after which the Bonds are due to be removed from the Book Entry System held by Euroclear Finland Oy.

 

 

Helsinki 25 April 2013

 

GLASTON CORPORATION

Agneta Selroos

Director, Communications and Marketing

 

 

Glaston Corporation

Glaston is a global company developing glass processing technology for architectural, solar, appliance and automotive applications. Our portfolio ranges from pre-processing and safety glass machines to services. We are dedicated to our customers’ continued success and provide services for all glass processing needs with a lifecycle-long commitment in mind. For more information, please visit www.glaston.net. Glaston's share (GLA1V) is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki Small Cap List.

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