SRT MARINE SYSTEMS PLC
(“SRT” or the “Company”)
Live Webcast November 14th, 2017
The Company gives details of the live shareholder webcast which will take place at 8.00 a.m. on November 14th, 2017, providing an update on company operations and activities.
Simon Tucker, CEO of SRT, will host the webcast and provide responses to questions emailed to the Company prior to the event as well as live responses to questions asked by viewers during the
Please note registration for the webcast is only available shortly before 8am on November 14th (the day of the live webcast)
To view the live webcast on the 14th November please follow the below instructions:
1. Go to www.srt-marine.com/news and scroll down the page to the “INVESTOR WEBCAST” section.
2. Click on the link (14th November 2017) and this will you to a simple log in process which should be completed. Please remember this should be done immediately prior to the 8.00 a.m. start
3. Upon completing the log in process, you will be able to watch the webcast live and may, if you choose, submit questions using the “ask a question” text box on the viewing page for Simon
Tucker to answer during the event.
Questions may be submitted prior to the event by emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org. The identity of persons viewing the web cast and/or submitting questions will be kept confidential and
will not be broadcast.
Shortly after the event an unedited recording of the webcast will be available in the news section of the SRT website.
SRT develops, manufactures and supplies maritime tracking technology and turn-key system solutions to marine stakeholders across the globe with a particular expertise in AIS. The Company’s products
and solutions are used by individual vessel owners, port authorities, maritime infrastructure owners,coast guards and national security agencies to enhance their maritime domain awareness.
Applications include the tracking of commercial and leisure vessels; sustainable fishery; anti-collision; search and rescue; waterway management, port and coast security; pollution management; and