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Powerflute annual report receives award

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Investor Relations Society confers the "2009 Investor Relations Best
Practice Award" in the "Most improved annual report" category on

The British Investor Relations Society, www.ir-soc.org.uk, presented the winners of the annual "Investor Relations Best Practice Awards" on 25 November 2009. The festive ceremony of the internationally established society for British investors/experts was held at the venerable Royal Hospital Gardens in Chelsea, London. As every year, in 2009 numerous companies submitted their annual reports for 2008. The society's high-powered committee scrutinised compliance with the strict stipulations and guidelines and gave awards to the winners of the individual categories. This year's winners in the individual categories excelled with outstanding performances.

Powerflute won the "Most improved annual report" award. What sets Powerflute's Report 2008 apart is its clear, to the point and yet personal reporting. The company's takeover of Scheufelen, the trademark for high-quality coated papers in the premium segment established the world over, occupied a part of the investor's comprehensive corporate presentation.

The business report was printed on the premium paper of Scheufelen, www.scheufelen.de, the PhoeniXmotion top brand. In opting for the paper, Powerflute not only complied with the Investor Relations Society's key principles for business reports: simplicity, clarity, consistency and conciseness, it also met the requirements of the feel and excellent reproducibility of a report.

Internationally operating companies like BASF, Imperial Tobacco, Marks & Spencer and Morrisons received awards in the other eleven categories.

The Investor Relations Society was founded in Great Britain in 1980. It is a founding member of the International Investor Relations Federation (IIRF) and co-operates with societies of a similar orientation in Europe, the USA and Asia. The society sees its function as improving two-way communication between the market and investors. The society's 600-plus members from Great Britain and overseas include some 80% of the companies quoted in the FTSE 100 and an increasing number from the FTSE 250 Index.




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