Morpol ASA – Invitation to Capital Markets Day 1-2 December in Ustka, Poland
Morpol ASA is pleased to invite investors, analysts, media and other interested partied to a Capital Markets Day on 1-2 December 2010 at the company's main processing facility in Ustka, Poland, reports www.megafishnet.com with reference to Morpol.
The number of participants will be limited, and investors, analysts and representatives from the media will have to register in advance. Priority will be given to sell side analysts and current Morpol shareholders.
The Capital Markets Day will take place the week after the Q3 2010 results presentation and contain a broad presentation of the company's overall business and strategy. CEO Jerzy Malek and Morpol management will further give presentations of the various business areas and markets. There will also be a guided tour of the processing facilities in Ustka, which is the largest salmon processing facility in the world.
Morpol will arrange for transportation for those coming from Norway through a chartered round trip flight Oslo Gardermoen-Gdansk, and bus transportation in Poland. Departure from Oslo will be in the morning 1 December, with return to Oslo in the afternoon on 2 December. Participants will be accommodated in a hotel in Ustka from 1-2 December.
For further information and registration, please contact Marit Husa, Communication Manager, Morpol ASA, tel.: +47 4768 5544 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for signing up is 12 November 2010.
The major activity of the Morpol Group is salmon processing as well as sale and distribution of finished salmon products. The Morpol Group's main products are: cold and hot smoked salmon, gravadlax, fresh salmon fillets, frozen salmon portions, organic salmon, wild salmon and salmon specialties. The Morpol Group also has salmon farming activities in Scotland, which can provide around 30 percent of its salmon raw materials. The revenue of the Morpol Group in 2009 was approximately EUR 340 million.
Founded in 1996 in Ustka on the Baltic coast of Poland, the company employs over 3,000 people in eight countries. Morpol Group is the world leader in smoked salmon. The company has achieved its world leading position through the efficiency of processing activities, a constant focus on product quality and service provided to retail and food service customers. Morpol serves customers across Europe, in Japan and the United States. www.morpol.com