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Analogic was incorporated in 1967.
Business operations began in 1969.
Analogic went public in 1972 and joined NASDAQ in 1983.

  • If you hold Analogic stock in a brokerage account (bought through a stock broker) you should contact your stock broker.
  • If you are a registered shareholder (your shares are in the form of numbered certificates issued by Analogic), you need to contact Analogic's transfer agent - Computershare.
  • Account Information
  • Account Balance
  • Statement of Certificate History
  • Transfer Instruction Mailing
  • Establish Beneficiary
  • From Individual into Joint Tenant
  • Removal of Joint Tenant
  • Establish Trust Account
  • Change of Owner's Name
  • Change of Owner's Address
  • Establish Custodial Account

To speak to a company representative, call: 1-877-282-1168, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Eastern Time, - Monday through Friday.

Interactive Voice Response system:
1-877-282-1168, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.



Attn: Shareholder Services
P. O. Box 30170
College Station, TX 77842-3170

Registered shareholders (i.e., your Analogic stock is in certificate form) - contact Computershare promptly with any mailing addresses changes so that your records can be updated:

Call: 1-877-282-1168


Website: Investor Centre website at

If your Analogic stock certificates are :

  • Lost
  • Stolen
  • Destroyed

Contact Computershare immediately to initiate replacement procedures.

Call: 1-877-282-1168

Login to the Investor Centre website at:



Attn: Shareholder Services
P. O. Box 30170
College Station, TX 77842-3170

The following items are required:

  • A Medallion Guaranteed Stock Power Form, endorsed by the decedent's representative in his or her legal capacity. A Medallion Guarantee is a financial surety that may be obtained from a commercial bank or brokerage firm.
  • A W-9 form certifying the taxpayer identification number of the transferee.
  • A court-certified copy or photocopy of the appointment of the decedent's legal representative, affixed with a Medallion Guarantee. This is often referred to as Letters Testamentary or Letters of Administration.
  • All certificates registered to the deceased shareholder.

If you wish to mail the necessary documentation, use registered or certified mail and send to:
Attn: Shareholder Services
P. O. Box 30170
College Station, TX 77842-3170

If you choose to use an overnight carrier, such as Federal Express or Airborne, send to:
211 Quality Circle, Suite 210
College Station, TX 77845

Check with the post office or carrier regarding insurance. Allow 2 to 3 weeks after you mail the documentation for your transfer to be completed.

You may contact Computershare for assistance:





The procedure depends on which form of stock you own:

  • If your shares are held in a brokerage account, contact your broker and initiate the sale. The broker will sell the shares for you and place the proceeds, less a commission, in your brokerage account.
  • To sell shares in certificate form, you must first have an account with a broker. You then physically sign the shares over to your broker, who will sell them for you and place the proceeds, less a commission, in your brokerage account.

If you are a registered owner(s) but have multiple accounts, you can combine accounts to avoid multiple mailings. Multiple accounts can occur as a result of slight variations in registered name (e.g., John Doe and John D. Doe).

Please contact Computershare for more information on how to consolidate accounts because multiple accounts create additional expenses for Analogic.

No. Analogic does not have a direct stock purchase or sales program.

Yes. Click here for Analogic's Dividend history.

No. Analogic has no Dividend Reinvestment Program.

Considering the value of your Analogic stock certificates, as well as the expense associated with replacing lost certificates, we recommend that certificates be stored in a safe deposit box or other secure place.

Note: Analogic's stock certificates are negotiable documents and should be signed only upon a sale or transfer of ownership.

  • The owner's account number is the number that appears on your stock certificate above the registration.
  • The registered owner(s) name (s) is shown in the center block of the certificate.
  • The transaction/issue date is the date in the lower left
  • The certificate number appears in the upper left border underneath NUMBER.
  • The number of shares the certificate represents appears in the border on the upper right side, underneath SHARES, and also in the center of the certificate.

All the Company's stock splits since the Company's stock was first publicly traded in 1972 are listed on this web site. Click on "Stock Splits" on the Analogic Investor Relations home page or click here: Stock Splits.

A release date for quarterly financial results is announced via news release and posted on the Analogic web site approximately two weeks in advance.

The earnings release and any dividend release are posted to BusinessWire and on the Analogic web site on the date they are issued. Hardcopy of the releases and later, a quarterly report, are mailed separately to shareholders.

Shareholders of record on the proxy record date will be mailed an annual report, which reviews the Company's performance during the previous year. This report includes the Company's 10-K report.

The annual report with bound-in 10-K, proxy statement and proxy card are mailed in a single mailing in early December approximately five weeks before the Company's annual meeting, which is held each year in mid-to-late January

Anyone who holds shares of Analogic stock is eligible to attend Analogic's annual meeting.

A notice of annual meeting, proxy statement and proxy card—along with Analogic's annual report—are mailed in one envelope to Analogic shareholders approximately five weeks prior to the Company's annual meeting.

  • Registered shareholders (i.e., those whose Analogic shares are in certificate form) will receive these materials via the services of Analogic's' transfer agent, Computershare.
  • Shareholders whose shares are kept in a brokerage account will receive these materials directly from their broker. The proxy statement describes matters to be voted on by the shareholders of the Company. Shareholders who cannot attend the annual meeting can vote their shares by completing and returning the proxy card.

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