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July 12th, 2007
Nanophase Technologies: Thinking small
In April, it announced a new deal with Behr, a premium paint company that is using its nanoparticles to make a paint that resists mildew, has better adhesion and requires no primer. The paint will go on sale at The Home Depot, Inc.'s (NYSE: HD) stores soon. Last December Nanophase also signed a deal with a German company to produce a transparent coating that protects automobile paint from scratching.
Several analysts are hoping that signals a turning point for the company's profitability and long-stagnant stock. Nikolay Tishchenko at Crown Global Capital, sees the potential for 30% to 50% annual revenue growth for Nanophase for the next several years. "Nanotechnology is breaking out of its limited applications and is at the early stage of exponential growth," he says. "I like the company's management and business model."
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