Richmond, BC, November 20, 2017 – Photon Control Inc. (“Photon Control” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: PHO), a leading developer and supplier of optical measurement technologies to the global semiconductor industry, has announced a change to its management team.

As part of the restructuring undertaken earlier this year, the Company added several members to the management team to ensure a smooth transition to its new factory, integration of the former Photon Control R&D Ltd. and to meet growing customer demand profitably. With the move and integration accomplished along with customer and ISO certifications in place, the Company has recently reported record revenue and backlog.

With its restructuring goals largely met, the Company announces the departure of Paul Hellebrekers, Chief Operating Officer who has resigned for personal reasons.

“We would like to thank Paul for joining the company earlier this year and for the very important contributions he made to the success of our restructuring”, said Scott Edmonds, Chief Executive Officer.

About Photon Control Inc.

Photon Control Inc. designs, manufactures and distributes a wide range of optical sensors and instruments to measure temperature, position, and flow. These products are used by global Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) and end users in the semiconductor and other industries. Photon Control Inc.’s high quality products provide industry leading accuracy and reliability in extreme conditions and are backed by a team of experts providing a variety of on-site and remote services including custom design, installation, training and support. Headquartered in an ISO 9001:2008 manufacturing facility in Richmond, BC, Photon Control Inc. is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange, trading under the symbol ‘’PHO.” Additional information about the company can be found at

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