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Media & Investor Alert - 21 June 2004

Media & Investor Alert

21 June 2004

Carter Holt Harvey to purchase world class Chinese panels business

What Media and Investor briefing: Carter Holt Harvey’s purchase of Chinese premium panels manufacturer Plantation Timber Products (PTP).

Where Operator assisted teleconference – 1. New Zealand participants – Dial 083 035 2. Australian participants – Dial 1 800 007 094 3. Other participants – Dial + 64 83 083 035 After you request the “Carter Holt Harvey Briefing”, an operator will ask you to identify your name, organisation and country of origin. The conference will begin when Peter Springford joins the call. The operator will indicate when and how to ask questions.

When Monday, 21 June 2004: • Auckland – 5.00-5.30pm • Sydney / Melbourne – 3.00-3.30pm

Who The following speakers will offer comment and be available to answer questions: • Mr Peter Springford – Chief Executive Officer • Mr Ian Unwin – Chief Operating Officer, Wood Products For further information please visit


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