Boettcher has made an on-market purchase of 16,151 shares for a total consideration of about $9,368.
He now holds more than 5.26 million shares in XTEK.
XTEK had achieved record revenue for the half-year ended 31 December 2017, partly driven by the supply of Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) robots.
The order book underpins management’s robust growth expectations with the company on track to achieve revenue guidance of between $11 million and $18 million for FY2018.
XTEK is well placed to secure further contract wins for the remainder of FY2018, supplying defence equipment and tactical weapons for the Australian Defence Force and other law enforcement agencies.