Boskalis announces its strategy update
Papendrecht, 5 April 2011
Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. will publish its 2011-2013 Corporate Strategy today at 10.00 CET.
Peter Berdowski, CEO, will present the strategic plan through a live webcast. The English spoken webcast will commence at 10.00 CET.
At the same time, the strategy update will become available through the recently re-launched corporate website: www.boskalis.com. Furthermore, a comprehensive description of the strategy is included in the dedicated annual reports website: www.boskalis-annualreport.com.
Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. is a leading global services provider operating in the dredging, maritime infrastructure and maritime services sectors. We provide creative and innovative all-round solutions to infrastructural challenges in the maritime, coastal and delta regions of the world including the construction and maintenance of ports and waterways, land reclamation, coastal defense and riverbank protection. We offer a wide variety of marine services through SMIT and we have positions in strategic partnerships in the Middle East (Archirodon) and in offshore services (Lamnalco). The company holds important home market positions in and outside of Europe. Boskalis has a versatile fleet of over 1,000 units and operates in over 65 countries across six continents. Including its share in partnerships, Boskalis has approximately 14,000 employees. Boskalis celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2010.
For further information please contact:
Martijn L.D. Schuttevâer
Director of Investor Relations & Corporate Communications
Telephone:+31 78 69 69 822 / +31 6 200 10 232
Telefax:+31 78 69 69 020
This press release can also be found on our website www.boskalis.com
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Source: Koninklijke Boskalis Westminster N.V. via Thomson Reuters ONE
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