Geospatial Holdings, Inc., Enters into Agreement with Reduct NV
Company will acquire Belgium-based Reduct
Geospatial Holdings, Inc. announced in December that it has filed an 8K describing the entry into a material definitive agreement with Reduct NV.
Geospatial Holdings reported that on Dec. 18, 2008, the company entered into Amendment No. 3 to that certain Exclusive License and Distribution Agreement with Reduct NV, a company organized and existing under the laws of Belgium, and Delta Networks Limited SA, a company incorporated under the laws of Luxembourg and owner of all outstanding capital stock of Reduct, under which the company:
Agreed to extend the payment due date for certain payments owed by the company to Reduct;
Agreed to restructure certain other payments owed by the company to Reduct;
Granted an option to purchase 500,000 shares of the company's common stock to Delta; and
Agreed to work in good faith with Reduct and Delta to draft and execute mutually acceptable agreements pursuant to which the company will acquire Reduct through a purchase of 100% of its outstanding capital stock from Delta.
The initial target closing date for the acquisition is June 15, 2009, but that date may be extended subject to certain conditions described in the agreement. Reduct is an international technology company developing technologies in the field of underground pipeline mapping. Reduct's patent-pending DuctRunner Smart Probe Pipeline Mapping Technology is a gyroscope-based inertial measurement system designed to create accurate, economical three-dimensional maps of all types of underground pipelines, including water, sewer, electrical, telecom, and oil and gas pipelines.
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