General Meeting resolves to carry forward the distributable profit amounting to EUR 3.9 million

Schwandorf/Amberg, (PresseBox) - At today's General Meeting in Amberg, the shareholders of Nabaltec AG confirmed the Management Board's strategy, voting with a large majority to adopt the four agenda items which had been proposed for resolution, including the proposal from the Management and Supervisory Boards to carry forward Nabaltec's 2008 distributable profit in the amount of EUR 3,876,101.44. The General Meeting also adopted resolutions on the approval of the actions taken by the members of the Management and Supervisory Boards and electing an auditor for Financial Year 2009.

In its address to the shareholders, the Management Board once again pointed out the high strategic importance of the extensive investments which the company is currently making, including construction of a new additives production plant in Schwandorf, a project with an investment volume of EUR 20 million. Nabaltec's additives are intended for use in the PVC industry, where they will take the place of additives which contain heavy metals and are therefore environmentally harmful, as are currently used e.g. in cable coating, plastic window frames, flooring and rolling shutters. Nabaltec's products are rather purely mineral-based and eco-friendly, as well as featuring new functions. Nabaltec's total investment in its two business divisions, "Functional Fillers" and "Technical Ceramics," is over EUR 20 million this year, and last year's investment volume came to EUR 20.4 million. In light of these investments, the decision to carry forward the company's 2008 distributable profit will give Nabaltec AG more financial flexibility to position itself in a challenging market environment and be successful in the face of global competition thanks to its qualitatively superior products.

Nabaltec AG

At today's General Meeting in Amberg, the shareholders of Nabaltec AG confirmed the Management Board's strategy, voting with a large majority to adopt the four agenda items which had been proposed for resolution, including the proposal from the Management and Supervisory Boards to carry forward Nabaltec's 2008 distributable profit in the amount of EUR 3,876,101.44. The General Meeting also adopted resolutions on the approval of the actions taken by the members of the Management and Supervisory Boards and electing an auditor for Financial Year 2009.

In its address to the shareholders, the Management Board once again pointed out the high strategic importance of the extensive investments which the company is currently making, including construction of a new additives production plant in Schwandorf, a project with an investment volume of EUR 20 million. Nabaltec's additives are intended for use in the PVC industry, where they will take the place of additives which contain heavy metals and are therefore environmentally harmful, as are currently used e.g. in cable coating, plastic window frames, flooring and rolling shutters. Nabaltec's products are rather purely mineral-based and eco-friendly, as well as featuring new functions. Nabaltec's total investment in its two business divisions, "Functional Fillers" and "Technical Ceramics," is over EUR 20 million this year, and last year's investment volume came to EUR 20.4 million. In light of these investments, the decision to carry forward the company's 2008 distributable profit will give Nabaltec AG more financial flexibility to position itself in a challenging market environment and be successful in the face of global competition thanks to its qualitatively superior products.



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