Thursday was the day for partnerships on small-cap markets, and Beverly Hills-headquartered TOMI Environmental Solutions (OTC:TOMZ) announced, through its Israelian partner CleanCor Technologies, that it has received its registration from the Israeli Ministry of Health Medical Technology Information and Research Division in as a medical device.
Registration expands TOMI's rights to ship products to the region. TOMI has partnered with CleanCor Technologies - a leading service provider in Israel specializing and involved in restoration of fire, water and natural damage remediation for the past 11 years and one of the leading companies in the State of Israel in this field
TOMI CEO Halden Shane said, “TOMI has already shipped its first order to CleanCor and knows that the partnership with CleanCor will continue to expand throughout Israel. TOMI SteraMist® iHP™ technology will make a difference in decontamination throughout the State of Israel.”
TOMZ’s price hike of 1.5 cents, or 14.3%, to 12 cents, certainly got pulses going by the end of Thursday’s session, though the scant volume of just above 10,000 could not have done.