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Rank Group confirms despatch of Takeover Offer

15 September 2005

Rank Group confirms despatch of Takeover Offer to Carter Holt Harvey shareholders

On 31 August 2005 Rank Group Investments Limited (Rank Group) gave Carter Holt Harvey Limited (Carter Holt Harvey) a Takeover Notice under Rule 41 of the Takeovers Code (the Code) of its intention to make a full takeover offer for all the ordinary shares in Carter Holt Harvey Limited.

Carter Holt Harvey confirms receipt of the attached despatch notice from Rank Group pursuant to Rule 45 of the Code, which states that the Offer Document has been sent to Carter Holt Harvey shareholders.

In accordance with Rule 45(1)(a)(ii) of the Code, a copy of the Offer Document has been provided to Carter Holt Harvey.

Shehnaz Hajati Manager – Company Secretarial


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