Invitation to conference call with web presentation of Thule Group’s interim Report Q2 (April-June), 2018
On Thursday July 19, 2018, at 07:45 a.m. (CET), Thule Group AB (publ) will publish its interim report Q2, 2018.
Following the publication of the report, Thule Group will arrange a conference call with a web presentation.
CEO and President Magnus Welander and CFO Lennart Mauritzson will present and comment on the report. After the presentation there will be a Q&A session.
Date and time
Thursday July 19, 2018, at 10.00 a.m. (CET).
From Sweden 010 884 80 16
From the United Kingdom 020 3936 2999
From the United States 845 709 8568
From all other locations +44 20 3936 2999
The access code 882605 should be used to access the conference.
Make sure you are connected to the conference call by registering a few minutes before the conference begins.
Access via computer and web presentation
The link to the live broadcast
The report will be available on www.thulegroup.com in connection with the publication.
The presentation will be available in connection to the conference call and a replay of the presentation will also be available at the site later the same day.
If you have any enquiries, please contact:
SVP Communications and Investor Relations
Tel: +46 70 309 00 21
About Thule Group
Thule Group is world leader in products that make it easy to bring along the things you care for – easily, securely and in style – when living an active life. Under the motto Active Life, Simplified. we offer products within Sport&Cargo Carriers (roof racks, roof boxes and carriers for transporting cycling, water and winter equipment by car), Packs, Bags & Luggage (e.g. computer and camera bags, luggage and hiking backpacks), RV Products (awnings, bike carriers and tents for motorhomes and caravans) and Active with Kids (bike trailers, strollers and child bike seats).
Thule Group has approximately 2,200 employees at 9 production facilities and 35 sales offices worldwide. Its products are sold in more than 140 markets and sales in 2017 amounted to SEK 5.9 billion.