Press Release Ferronordic Machines Fourth Quarter Investor Call
Ferronordic Machines year-end report 2016 will be published on 20 February 2017.
An investor presentation will be held by phone on 21 February at 09:00 a.m. CET. Ferronordic Machines will be represented by CEO Lars Corneliusson and CFO Anders Blomqvist.
The presentation can be accessed on the company’s website prior to the meeting.
To join the presentation, please dial the phone number below no later than five minutes prior to the announced time.
- Sweden Toll Number: 08 5059 6306
- Sweden Toll-Free Number: 0200 899 908
- UK Toll Number: 0203 139 4830
- UK Toll-Free Number: 0808 237 0030
- Russia Toll Number: 049 564 693 04
- Russia Toll-Free Number: 810 800 2136 5011
Participant code: 25109111#
About Ferronordic Machines
Ferronordic Machines is the authorized dealer of Volvo Construction Equipment and Terex Trucks in Russia. It is also the official distributor of Dressta and Rottne in Russia. Ferronordic Machines has also been appointed aftermarket dealer for Volvo and Renault Trucks as well as dealer for Volvo Penta in certain parts of Russia. The company began its operations in 2010 and has expanded rapidly across Russia. The company is well established in all federal districts with over 70 outlets and almost 800 employees. The vision of Ferronordic Machines is to be regarded as the leading service- and sales company in the CIS markets. The preference shares of Ferronordic Machines are listed on NASDAQ OMX First North Premier. The company has appointed Avanza Bank AB as its Certified Advisor.
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