Spartech Corporation Announces Conference Call and Webcast for Fourth Quarter 2012 Results
ST. LOUIS, December 6, 2012 - Spartech Corporation (NYSE:SEH) will hold a conference call with investors and financial analysts at 11:00 a.m. EST on Friday, December 14, 2012 to discuss Spartech's fourth quarter 2012 and fiscal year 2012 results. A press release will be issued after the market closes on Thursday, December 13, 2012 detailing these results. Additionally, prior to this call, the Company will provide supplemental slides on its website at www.spartech.com (under Presentations in the Investor Relations menu). The call will be hosted by Victoria M. Holt, President and Chief Executive Officer, and Randy C. Martin, Executive Vice President Corporate Development and Chief Financial Officer.
Investors can listen to the call live via a webcast by logging onto www.spartech.com, or via phone by dialing 877-724-7545 and providing the Conference ID #: 40099677.
International callers may dial 832-900-4628.
Spartech Corporation is a leading producer of plastic products including polymeric compounds, concentrates, custom extruded sheet and rollstock products and packaging technologies for a wide spectrum of customers. The Company's three business segments, which operate facilities in the United States, Mexico, Canada, and France, annually process approximately one billion pounds of plastic resins, specialty plastic alloys, and color and specialty compounds.
Victoria M. Holt
President and Chief Executive Officer
Randy C. Martin
Executive Vice President Corporate Development
and Chief Financial Officer
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Source: Spartech Corporation via Thomson Reuters ONE
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