"Our efforts in increasing our presence in target markets are showing results. We are working on several new projects, currently in the non-recurring engineering phase, that derive from our Pro-Driver™ platform and represent our entry into the next-generation platform for powered surgical instruments. In addition, we are in either discussions or the proposal phase for additional next-generation projects. It is not unusual for our sales cycle, even when successful, to span a twelve to eighteen month period, and the initial engineering phases for new projects may consume an equally lengthy period. As a result, it is likely we will not see meaningful manufacturing revenues from our current projects until late in the current calendar year, or in early 2014. That said, we are enjoying year-over-year increases in sales of our surgical instruments to existing customers and, while unable to assure successful results, are working hard to maintain this trend."
Agreement to Sell the Carson City, Nevada PropertyOn April 22, 2013, the Company entered into a Purchase Agreement with Aesthetic and Reconstructive Technologies, Inc., which provides for Aesthetic's purchase of the land and building owned by the Company in Carson City, Nevada for a purchase price of $980,000. This property formerly housed the Company's fractional horsepower motor product line doing business as Pro-Dex Astromec, which was sold to SL Montevideo Technology, Inc. in February 2012. Under the terms of the Purchase Agreement, completion of the sale must take place by July 8, 2013, and is contingent on the following conditions, the satisfaction of which cannot be assured: (a) completion by the buyer of its due diligence review of the property, as defined in the Purchase Agreement, by June 21, 2013, and (b) the buyer's ability to obtain financing from a loan guaranteed by the U.S. Small Business Administration.
|SOURCE Pro-Dex, Inc.|
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