W. R. Grace sets adjusted free cash flow target that is projected total over US$2B through 2018
March 19, 2014
Leading the investor day presentation will be Fred Festa, chairman and chief executive officer. Festa noted, “We want to provide investors with our five-year framework for continuing to drive shareholder value. We are a high-performing company that benefits from a global market presence with highly valued technologies important to our customers’ success. Our strong cash flow and balance sheet support our continued investments in our businesses and a high return to investors.”
Investor Day Presentation on the Web
A live video webcast of Grace’s investor day presentation will be held today at 8:00 a.m. Eastern Time on the Investors page of www.Grace.com and will be available for replay for six months. Shortly following the event, a transcript will be posted on the Investors page of the website under the Investor Day 2014 navigation tab.
Grace is a leading global supplier of catalysts; engineered and packaging materials; and, specialty construction chemicals and building materials. The company’s three industry-leading business segments—Grace Catalysts Technologies, Grace Materials Technologies and Grace Construction Products—provide innovative products, technologies and services that enhance the quality of life. Grace employs approximately 6,700 people in over 40 countries and had 2013 net sales of approximately $3.1 billion. More information about Grace is available at www.grace.com.
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