North Vancouver, Canada, February 11, 2020 – Aurora Solar Technologies Inc. (TSX.V: ACU) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has received a new volume order for ten DM measurement systems. This order again continues to build on our growing business with our top-tier customers.
“This order continues Aurora’s rapid growth and market capture in China,” said Gordon Deans, Aurora’s Chief Executive Officer. “We are especially pleased to see this continuity of business in China at this time, and we continue to appreciate the confidence that our customers have placed in Aurora’s solutions”, he continued.
Since first establishing our Shanghai operations in mid-2018, the Company now has a China-based team of four engineers working directly with our customers for product sales, installation and support, and additional in-country sales and service support from Saratoga Technology, our partner in the Chinese market.
Aurora expects to ship these DM measurement systems in this final quarter of the current fiscal year or early in the next quarter.
About Aurora Solar Technologies:
Aurora Solar Technologies is a leader in the development and delivery of inline process measurement, analysis and control systems for solar cell manufacturers. We believe that solar power will dominate the renewable energy field, and our mission is to bring quality and profitability to every customer through superior control of critical processes during solar cell manufacturing.
Aurora’s products are used by some of the world’s most advanced and respected solar cell manufacturers. With headquarters near Vancouver, Canada, Aurora has operations in Shanghai, China and partners in all major solar manufacturing markets. Aurora is a public company, traded on the TSX Venture Exchange (ACU) and is a two-time TSX-V Top 50 winner. Aurora’s website is located at www.aurorasolartech.com.
For further information contact:
Gordon Deans, P.Eng.
President and Chief Executive Officer
Aurora Solar Technologies Inc.
Phone: +1 (778) 241-5000
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