(Yicai Global) March 22 -- The Shanghai Stock Exchange has released the first raft of nine firms that will list on the eastern Chinese city's Sci-tech Innovation Board with many coming from the robotics and chip sectors.
The group aims to raise a combined CNY11 billion (USD1.6 billion) through their initial public offerings. Among them, Suzhou-based Hejian Technology, which is the country's second-biggest semiconductor foundry company, aims to raise the most at CNY2.5 billion.
Below is the full batch of companies:
Hejian Technology - A Suzhou-based semiconductor firm
Amalogic - A Shanghai-based semiconductor firm
Raytron Technology - A Shandong-based IT firm
Cnano Technology - A Jiangsu-based new materials developer
Beiren Robot System - A Jiangsu-based robotics firm
Lyric Robot Automation - A Guandong-based robotics firm
Ronbay Technology - A Zhejiang-based battery maker
Ankon Technology - A Wuhan-based medicine company
Keqian Biology - A Hubei-based biological firm