|1st March 2021||Daniel J Shaw||998||Payment by withholding||$52.47||$52,365.06|
|1st March 2021||Mitchell Rock||2,014||Payment by withholding||$52.47||$105,674.58|
|1st March 2021||Christopher P. Litterio||1,117||Payment by withholding||$52.47||$58,608.99|
|1st March 2021||Ronald J Lataille||2,011||Payment by withholding||$52.47||$105,517.17|
|22nd February 2021||Daniel J Shaw||814||Grant/award etc.||$0.00|
|22nd February 2021||R Jeffrey Bailly||5,427||Grant/award etc.||$0.00|
|22nd February 2021||Christopher P. Litterio||1,628||Grant/award etc.||$0.00|
|22nd February 2021||Ronald J Lataille||3,307||Grant/award etc.||$0.00|
|22nd February 2021||Mitchell Rock||3,307||Grant/award etc.||$0.00|
|17th December 2020||R Jeffrey Bailly||3,834||Payment by withholding||$46.27||$177,399.18|
Based on disclosure changes, sentiment, insider trading and news impact we give a rating of 6/10.
UFP Technologies, Inc. produces products by converting raw materials using laminating, molding, radio frequency and impulse welding and fabricating manufacturing techniques. The firm's single-use and single-patient devices and components are used in medical devices, disposable wound care products, infection prevention, minimally invasive surgery, wearables, orthopedic soft goods, and implant packaging.