Posted by: vickim57 | 17 August 2009

Vestas’ half-yearly results: want to ask them a question?

Tomorrow, Tuesday 18 August, Vestas publishes its half-yearly results. At 7.30am there will be a demonstration outside its Warrington HQ. See post below for details.

At 2pm there is a conference call for the press to ask questions. We can’t guarantee that you will get through, but if you have a pertinent question to put why not try to take part? The phone numbers are below. As we said, no guarantees of how this works – frankly, we don’t know the drill for these types of events – but it has to be worth a try. Vestas surely have some questions to answer.

Information from the Vestas website:
Time of publication
18 August 2009 7.30 a.m. (London time)/8.30 a.m. (CET)

Press and analyst meeting in London
Time: 18 August 2009 at 2 p.m. (London time)/3 p.m. (CET)

The information meeting will be held in English and webcast live with simultaneous interpretation into Danish, German, Italian, Spanish and Mandarin via vestas.com/investor.

A replay of the information meeting will subsequently also be available at vestas.com/investor.

Conference call
The meeting may be attended electronically, and questions may be asked through a conference call. The telephone numbers for the conference call are:

+1 718 354 1226 (USA)
+44 208 817 9301 (UK)
+45 7026 5040 (Denmark)

Conference call guidelines
Do not use IP telephones and mobile/cell phones
Use a standard wired telephone – preferably with a good headset/microphone
Turn-off the phone’s loudspeaker if you have questions
Speak close to the microphone
Stay away from surrounding noise (traffic, building projects, more persons in the same room, etc.)
Dial-in to the conference call 5-10 minutes prior to start time.


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