• The new share capital of Skyrobotic amounted to Euro 2.5 million
• Entering of new shareholders (10%) alongside the founders Italeaf (66%) and Siralab Robotics (24%)
Italeaf S.p.A. announces that it is successfully completed the divisible capital increase, to be offered in option to shareholders, of EUR 0.5 million of Skyrobotic SpA, through the issue of n. 1,000,000 shares of no par value.
Upon completion of the capital increase, Skyrobotic, a company engaged in the design, development, mass production and marketing of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in mini and micro classes for civil and commercial uses, parte of the Italeaf group, has a share capital of EUR 2.5 million fully subscribed and paid.
The transaction of capital increase will put the company in the best conditions to plan the growth of productive activities and to address the certification path as an operator of aircraft production at the responsible agencies.
At the closing of the capital increase, the shareholders of the company are as follows: Italeaf SpA 66%, Siralab Robotics S.r.l. 24%, other shareholders 10%.
Skyrobotic is the Italian company leader in the field of unmanned aerial systems (UAS). Established in December 2013, and part of the Italeaf group, is active in the development, manufacturing and marketing of drones in mini and micro classes for the civil and commercial use in the professional market. With a constant focus on innovation, the company intends to achieve the leadership in the field of unmanned aircraft, taking care of the whole industrial chain, from design to system integration, right through to production turnkey platform robust, practical and effective in the field of remote sensing proximity. Skyrobotic combines the know-how and decades of experience in the field of Siralab Robotics, a company with high technological content, and the track record, operational experience and financial capacity of Italeaf, group leader in the fields of cleantech and innovative industry listed on the First North segment of NASDAQ OMX in Stockholm Stock Exchange.