Coretec Inc.

Coretec Inc.

November 08, 2009 17:53 ET

Coretec Announces Update on Private Placement and Formation of Special Committee to Review Offers

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Nov. 8, 2009) - Coretec Inc. ("Coretec" or the "Corporation"), (TSX:CYY), a leading designer and fabricator of printed circuit boards for the prototype and quick turnaround production markets, announced today that it has recently received proposals from third parties with respect to a possible sale of Coretec. Coretec continually investigates any and all opportunities presented to it which could enhance shareholder value. To assist it in reviewing the proposals, Coretec has formed a special committee of its board of directors comprised of Saleem Dedhar, Peter Murphy and Walt Custer. There can be no assurance that a transaction will result from any of the various proposals. As a result of its review of the proposals, Coretec has obtained an extension to the closing date of its previously announced private placement of debentures and warrants to November 30, 2009. There can be no assurance that Coretec will complete the previously announced private placement on the terms announced or at all.

About Coretec

Coretec is one of the leading designers and fabricators of printed circuit boards for the prototype and quick turnaround production segments of the North American and European markets. Coretec distinguishes itself from its competitors by providing an extensive suite of printed circuit board services including field applications engineering support and education; technology roadmap consulting, CAD layout; rapid response manufacturing for prototypes; quick turn production for small-to-middle volume quantity requirements; and facilitation of higher volume requirements via partnerships in lower cost jurisdictions. The Company is also differentiated by its broad range of PCB technologies.

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