H.B. Fuller Announces Conference Call and Webcast to Discuss Second Quarter 2013 Results
ST. PAUL, Minnesota - H.B. Fuller Company (NYSE: FUL) announced today that it will issue its second quarter earnings release, after the market close, on Wednesday, June 26, 2013 and host an investor conference call to discuss its results on Thursday, June 27, 2013 at 9:30 a.m. central time (10:30 a.m. eastern time).
The conference call audio and accompanying presentation slides will be available to all interested parties via a simultaneous webcast at www.hbfuller.com under the investor relations section. The event is scheduled to last one hour. For those unable to listen live, an audio replay of the event along with the accompanying presentation will be archived on the Company's website.
About H.B. Fuller Company:
For over 125 years, H.B. Fuller has been a leading global adhesives provider focusing on perfecting adhesives, sealants and other specialty chemical products to improve products and lives. Recognized for unmatched technical support and innovation, H.B. Fuller brings knowledge and expertise to help its customers find precisely the right formulation for the right performance. With fiscal 2012 net revenue of $1.9 billion, H.B. Fuller serves customers in packaging, hygiene, general assembly, electronic and assembly materials, paper converting, woodworking, construction, automotive and consumer businesses. For more information, visit us at www.hbfuller.com and subscribe to our blog.
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Source: H.B. Fuller via Thomson Reuters ONE
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