Hardinge Inc. (NASDAQ: HDNG), a leading international provider of
advanced metal-cutting solutions, announced that its Board of Directors
today approved payment of a regular quarterly cash dividend of $0.
Hardinge Inc. (NASDAQ: HDNG), a leading international provider of advanced metal-cutting solutions, announced that its Board of Directors today approved payment of a regular quarterly cash dividend of $0.02 per common share. The dividend is payable June 8, 2012, to stockholders of record at the close of business on May 30, 2012. About Hardinge Hardinge is a global designer, manufacturer and distributor of machine tools, specializing in SUPER-PRECISION®and precision CNC Lathes, high performance Machining Centers, high-end cylindrical and jig Grinding Machines, and technologically advanced Workholding & Rotary Products. The Company’s products are distributed to most of the industrialized markets around the world with approximately 75% of its sales outside of North America. Hardinge has a very diverse international customer base and serves a wide variety of end-user markets. This customer base includes metalworking manufacturers which make parts for a variety of industries, as well as a wide range of end users in the aerospace, agricultural, transportation, basic consumer goods, communications and electronics, construction, defense, energy, pharmaceutical and medical equipment, and recreation industries, among others. The Company has manufacturing operations in Switzerland, Taiwan, the United States, China and the United Kingdom. Hardinge’s common stock trades on the NASDAQ Global Select Market under the symbol, “HDNG.” For more information, please visit http://www.hardinge.com.
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