Polydex Secures New Bank Financing

Point Roberts, Washington, UNITED STATES

TORONTO, March 01, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Polydex Pharmaceuticals Limited (OTC Pink:POLXF) announces that, due to the continuing improvement of operations, its wholly owned subsidiary, Dextran Products Limited, has secured traditional bank financing to replace the existing private mortgage at a lower interest rate, and has also secured an additional credit line of $300,000.00

“With traditional bank support,” says George Usher, President and CEO of the company, “we now have access to additional credit for investment in new equipment and plant upgrades.”

The company has utilized private lenders in the absence of traditional bank financing for the last three years, and have had limited access to any additional credit for the last six years.

The Company’s publicly traded shares continue to be quoted on the OTC Pink platform (www.otcmarkets.com/stock/POLXF/quote)

Polydex Pharmaceuticals Limited, based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is engaged in the manufacture of bulk pharmaceutical intermediates for the worldwide veterinary pharmaceutical industry, and the development, manufacture and marketing of biotechnology-based products for the human pharmaceutical market.  Company website: www.Polydex.com  Twitter: @PolydexPOLXF

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