Nomination Committee ahead of Indutrade's 2010 Annual General Meeting

At the Annual General Meeting on 4 May 2009, it was resolved that the company’s Nomination Committee shall consist of representatives for four of the largest shareholders as well as the Chairman of the Board. The member representing the largest shareholder shall serve as committee chair. In the event a member resigns from the Nomination Committee prior to the completion of its work, and if the Nomination Committee finds it suitable, a replacement shall be appointed from the same shareholder or, if such shareholder is no longer one of the largest shareholders, from the shareholder that is next in turn in terms of size. The composition of the Nomination Committee ahead of the 2010 Annual General Meeting shall be based on shareholder information as per 31 August 2009, and shall be announced as soon as the members are appointed, but not later than six months prior to the Annual General Meeting. The Nomination Committee's mandate period continues until the composition of the subsequent Nomination Committee has been made public. Accordingly, the following persons have been appointed as members of the Nomination Committee: Carl-Olof By (Industrivärden, committee chair), Claes Boustedt (L E Lundbergföretagen), Håkan Sandberg (Handelsbanken Pension Foundation and Handelsbanken Pension Fund), Lars Öhrstedt (AFA Insurance), and Bengt Kjell (Chairman of Indutrade). Indutrade's Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday, 29 April 2010, in Stockholm. Shareholders who wish to submit nominations to the Nomination Committee can do so via e-mail at: valberedning@indutrade.se, or by sending them by post to Indutrade at the address provided above. In order for the Nomination Committee to be able to consider submitted nominations in a constructive manner, these should be in the committee's possession by 31 December 2009 at the latest. Stockholm, Sweden, 12 October 2009 INDUTRADE AB (publ.)

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Indutrade markets and sells components, systems and services with a high-tech content in selected niches. The business has two main focuses - companies engaged in industrial technology sales and companies that manufacture their own products. The Group's fundamental governing principle is based on decentralisation of decision-making and responsibility. The organisation is distinguised by entrepreneurship and technical niche expertise combined with a well-balanced spread of risk with respect to customers, products, suppliers, industries and geographic markets. Indutrade is organised into eight business areas; – Benelux– DACH– Finland– Flow Technology– Fluids & Mechanical Solutions– Industrial Components– Measurement & Sensor Technology– UK Indutrade’s sales totalled SEK 14,847 million in 2017, generating operating income of SEK 1,613 million before depreciation of intangible assets. Indutrade is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.

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