Seattle-based technology company Impinj priced its initial public offering of stock Wednesday evening at $14 per share, the high end of its expected range.

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Seattle-based technology company Impinj priced its initial public offering of stock Wednesday evening at $14 per share, the high end of its expected range.

The company, which provides radio frequency identification technology, sold 4.8 million shares, raising $67 million before expenses. The stock is expected to begin trading Thursday on Nasdaq under the ticker “PI”.

Impinj is the second Washington company to go public this year, following a smaller IPO by biotechnology company PhaseRx. Last year no companies in the state had IPOs.

Impinj, which recently moved its headquarters from Fremont to South Lake Union, filed to go public once before in 2011. The company canceled its plans in 2012 and instead raised a funding round from private investors.