REG-Avingtrans PLC: Directorate Change
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27 February 2013 Avingtrans Plc ("Avingtrans" or the "Company" or the "Group") Board Change Following recent major changes to the structure of the Group, the Avingtrans Board has carefully considered its future requirements with regard to the composition of the Board itself. To this end, Peter Kenny will be stepping down from his position on the main Board with immediate effect, to enable him to concentrate on the performance of the Energy and Medical division, of which he is the Managing Director. In addition, the Board has decided to formalise an Executive Committee structure, reporting to the main Board. The Executive Committee will consist of: CEO, Steve McQuillan, CFO, Stephen King, MD Aerospace, Mark Johnson and MD Energy & Medical, Peter Kenny. Enquiries: Avingtrans plc 0115 949 9020 Steve McQuillan, CEO Stephen King, CFO Numis David Poutney (Corporate Broking) 0207 260 1000 Richard Thomas (Corporate Finance and Nominated Adviser) Newgate Threadneedle 020 7653 9850 (Financial PR) Josh Royston / Heather Armstrong About Avingtrans Avingtrans plc is engaged in the provision of highly engineered components and services to the Aerospace, Energy and Medical markets worldwide. The business is made up of 2 divisions: • Aerospace, engaged in the manufacture of rigid pipe assemblies, fabrications and prismatic components - both metallic and composite - for the global aerospace market and precision polishing of aircraft components and; • Energy and medical, engaged in the manufacture of machined and fabricated pressure and vacuum vessels and components for the energy, medical, science and research communities. Plus, design and manufacture of fabricated poles and cabinets for roadside safety cameras and rail track signalling. END
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