Listing of convertibles

Listing of convertibles In November 1998, Trelleborg AB (publ) issued convertible debentures to all employees in the Trelleborg Group's companies in Sweden. Conversion to shares can be effected during the period February 21, 2003 to April 15, 2004. As a result of the spin-off of Boliden shares to Trelleborg's shareholders in 1999, the conversion rate was adjusted from SEK 74 to SEK 66.90. To improve liquidity, the Trelleborg Board has decided to list the convertible debentures on the A list of the OM Stockholm Exchange under the heading: Convertible loans. The convertible debentures will be listed for trading on or about December 13, 2000. For further information please contact CFO, Jan Björck, phone +46 410 670 28 or Senior Vice President Corporate Communications, Mikael Byström, phone +46 410 670 37 (Mobile +46 708 55 21 69). Trelleborg is a global industrial group undergoing a major process of change. Operations are based on spearhead competence within polymer materials and a high level of industrial know-how, with functional solutions and systems designed to meet the needs of our customers. The Group has annual sales of SEK 13.5 billion, with slightly more than 12,500 employees in 37 countries. Trelleborg consists of four business areas: Trelleborg Automotive, Trelleborg Wheel Systems, Trelleborg Engineered Systems and Trelleborg Building Systems. The Trelleborg share has been quoted on the A list of the OM Stockholm Exchange since 1964. www.trelleborg.com ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by BIT http://www.bit.se The following files are available for download: http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2000/12/07/20001207BIT00470/bit0001.DOC http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2000/12/07/20001207BIT00470/bit0002.pdf

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