Upcoming IPOs this week

  • Sep 10, 2018 AEST
  • Team Kalkine
Upcoming IPOs this week

1414 Degrees (Proposed ASX Code: 14D)

1414 Degrees is a low cost energy storage manufacturer based in Adelaide, Australia. The company offers Thermal Energy Storage System (TESS) for renewable generation and stabilizing grid supply. The company focuses on commercializing energy storage technology that takes electricity from grid or renewable sources and stores it as latent heat at constant temperature.

The company stores latent heat in silicon phase change material which stores more energy at a high melting point of 1414 degree Celsius. The heat and electricity are dispatched as and when required.

The company’s flagship projects include TESS-IND and GAS-TESS. TESS-IND is a 10MWh Thermal Energy Storage System device that stores heat at 1200 degree Celsius. GAS-TESS is a unique biogas energy recovery and storage project jointly funded with South Australian Government. According to the company’s information it is a $3.2 million+ project for the Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant. 

In the process of listing at Australian Securities Exchange, the company has been targeting to raise $50 million at $0.35 per share to start trading from 12 September 2018.

As per the recent company’s announcement, the company has successfully raised $16.3 million as part of its IPO from 87 seed shareholders. The listing remains at halt till the company gets Restriction agreement signed by all its 87 escrowed shareholders as required by ASX.

As of 4 September 2018, four Restriction agreements remain outstanding from 4 seed shareholders, representing 802,500 shares.

Healthia Limited (Proposed ASX Code: HLA)

Healthia Limited is an Australasian allied health company. The company is mainly divided into four segments, My FootDr Podiatry, Allsports Physiotherapy, iOrthotics and DBS medical.

The company’s owned and operated My FootDr Podiatry Clinics provides foot pain solution. It currently consists of 56 podiatry clinics and shoe stores. Allsports Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine segment provides physiotherapy services including massage therapy, pilates, occupational therapy and nutrition.  Whereas, iOrthotics is involved in 3D printing orthotic design and manufacturing through company owned orthotics laboratory. The company’s DBS segment supplies medicines to podiatrists, hospitals, medical centres, nursing homes and allied health professionals throughout Australia as well as New Zealand.

The company has entered into binding agreements to buy 14 Allsports physiotherapy clinics, 9 other physiotherapy Clinics, 16 podiatry clinics, 7 Extend Rehabilitation branded hand therapy Clinics, the remaining 50% of the issued share capital of My FootDr and a further 25% of D.B.S. Medical, bringing the interest owned by the Company to 75%.

To get listed on the Australian Securities Exchange, Healthia Limited has opened $26.8 million Initial Public Offer (IPO) at $1 per share on 9 August 2018. The company aims to start trading from 11 September 2018.

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