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Home > Press > Annual General Meeting of neosino nano­technologies AG Decides to Rename Company adinotec AG

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At the neosino nanotechnologies AG AGM held 18. April in Griesheim, shareholders decided to rename the company adinotec AG.

Annual General Meeting of neosino nano­technologies AG Decides to Rename Company adinotec AG

GRIESHEIM, Germany | Posted on April 21st, 2008

Executive Board Chairman Edmund Krix said, "The new name
adinotec is intended to document the company's new policy. The name adinotec
stands for 'advanced innovative technologies'. On the one hand, this
demonstrates that we still claim to launch new and advanced technologies onto
the market, but at the same time makes it clear that in future, we shall no
longer be restricting ourselves to nanotechnology."



The new company name will become effective as soon as it is
entered in the register of companies, which normally takes two to four weeks.
Following this, the shares will be immediately listed on the stock exchange
under the new name, adinotec AG.

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About neosino nanotechnologies AG
neosino nanotechnologies AG has its registered office in
Griesheim and up until now has specialised mainly in products in the field of
nanotechnology. It offers innovative products for sectors such as the
construction industry. The company is listed in the Entry Standard on the
Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

Contacts:
neosino nanotechnologies AG
c/o Hartmut Schultz Kommunikation GmbH
Tel. +49-89-99-24-96-20
Fax: +49-89-99-24-96-22
Mobile: +49(0)170-433-28-32

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