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EROAD opens NZ$8 million Share Purchase Plan

Wednesday 23rd September 2020

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Transportation technology business EROAD Limited (NZX/ASX: ERD) (“EROAD”) announced today the opening of its NZ$8 million non-underwritten share purchase plan ("SPP"). The SPP is part of EROAD’s capital raising announced on 17 September 2020 of NZ$50 million. The capital raise included a NZ$42 million fully underwritten placement at a price of NZ$3.90 per share.

Eligible EROAD shareholders can apply for a maximum of NZ$50,000 of new shares per shareholder. The price payable under the SPP will be the lower of the price paid by investors in the placement (NZ$3.90 per share) or a 2.5% discount to the five day volume weighted average price of EROAD shares traded on the NZX during the five trading days up to, and including, the SPP closing date.

See links below for more details:

SPP Offer Open Announcement

SPP Offer Document

SPP Application Form

Source: Transportation technology business EROAD Limited

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