REG - Alumasc Group Plc - Significant Order
For release 7.00 am 31 May 2012
THE ALUMASC GROUP PLC - SIGNIFICANT ORDER
The Alumasc Group plc is pleased to announce that Levolux has won a £4.7m order for a commercial project in London to design and install a new family of roof top screening louvres in laminated glass, perforated and solid aluminium, as well as photovoltaic cells laminated within glass. This project has already started and the Levolux works are expected to begin in the second half of Alumasc's next financial year, commencing on 1st July 2012. The majority of the revenue will accrue in the year commencing 1st July 2013.
Paul Hooper, Group Chief Executive, commented:
"We are delighted that Levolux has won a further large project in central London, reflecting the Company's market leading position in the supply of sophisticated external shading solutions that reduce energy costs in new commercial buildings. This record Levolux win extends Alumasc's already record order book".
The Alumasc Group plc
Paul Hooper (Group Chief Executive) Tel: 01536 383821
Andrew Magson (Group Finance Director) Tel: 01536 383844
Simon Bloomfield Tel: 0207 367 8861
This Interim Management Statement has been drawn up and presented for the purposes of complying with English law. Any liability arising out of or in connection with this Interim Management Statement will also be determined in accordance with English law. This Interim Management Statement may contain 'forward-looking statements'. By their nature, forward-looking statements involve risk and uncertainty because they relate to future events and circumstances. Many of these risks and uncertainties relate to factors beyond The Alumasc Group's control or which cannot be estimated precisely, such as future market conditions and the behaviour of the market participants. Actual outcomes and results may therefore differ materially from any outcomes or results expressed or implied by any such forward-looking statements.
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