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Published on March 3, 2014

Author: sapagroup

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Sapa is the leader in aluminium solutions. Here is the group's corporate presentation.
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1 TODAY AND TOGETHER, , SHAPING A LIGHTER FUTURE

2 SEIZING OPPORTUNITIES, JOINING FORCES The clear leader in aluminium solutions, Sapa delivers: A unique network and offering The best practices from the extrusion businesses of Sapa and Hydro Global reach and local presence Leading process capacity and industry knowledge Unmatched R&D expertise – to the benefit of all customers and partners

3 SHAPING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE THROUGH INNOVATIVE ALUMINUM SOLUTIONS Value-added profiles Profile-based building systems Precision tubing

4 SAPA IN FIGURES Presence in more than World leader 40 countries in aluminium solutions 100+ production units 20,000+ 20 000 customers t ~45,000 suppliers NOK ~42 billion sales* 42 sales 23,000 23 000 employees * 2013, PRO-FORMA. ADJUSTED FOR CURRENCY, SALES OF APPROXIMATELY EUR 5.4 BILLION

5 100 YEARS OF COMMON KNOWLEDGE 2007 Aluminium profiles joint venture between Sapa and Alcoa 1963 Sapa opens first production facility in Vetlanda, Sweden 1967 Sapa makes first sales of manufactured f f t d profiles 1971 Sapa opens first extrusion company outside Sweden, in the Netherlands 1974 Sapa opens sales office in Lillestrøm, Norway Hydro signs agreement with Harvey Aluminum to build its first aluminium operation in Karmøy, Norway 2000 Sapa gets f h ld i A S foothold in America i through acquisition of Anodizing Hydro builds first extrusion plant outside Norway i W l N in Wales, UK 1986 Hydro doubles extrusion capacity with acquisition of five plants in Europe from Alcan 2005 Hydro moves into Asia after building tubing plant in Suzhou, China 1997 Hydro moves into South America after acquiring Acro Extrusaso de Metais in Itu, Brazil 2009 Sapa acquires Indalex plants in USA, Canada 2010 Sapa acquires 65% of Vijalco and forms JV with Ben Thanh Group in Vietnam 2011 JV with Chalco in Asia and acquisition of extrusion plant outside Shanghai 2013 Orkla, Hydro create Sapa, world’s largest aluminium solutions company Operating revenues: EUR 5.4 billion 23,000 employees Today

6 TOGETHER, WE ARE BETTER 20 castcast houses 14 welding lines 24 paint lines 39 anodizing lines 188 presses

7 LOCAL PRESENCE, AROUND THE WORLD

8 ALUMINIUM IS THE METAL FOR TODAY AND THE FUTURE Due to its material properties, aluminium lasts longer than other materials when used in an appropriate way Aluminium infinitely rec clable itho t Al mini m is infinitel recyclable, without losing characteristics like stiffness stiffness, strength and flexibility The increased recycling of aluminium is important for resource preservation New design trends include aluminium products – the potential is enormous Greater urbanization, higher living standards, climate change and increasing gy , energy needs, call for efficient and sustainable aluminium solutions Aluminium’s properties enable innovation and energy-efficient designs and applications Sapa solutions can reduce environmental i S l ti d i t l impact – and we see no end i sight t d d in i ht

GLOBAL MEGATRENDS – PREPARING FOR A LOW-CARBON ECONOMY Millions emerge from g poverty Ever increasing demand g for energy Climate change

10 INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS NEED INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS Sapa works to deliver aluminium solutions that satisfy and surpass customer expectations, in line with CSR demands and environmental regulations We de elop energ efficient solutions that help red ce CO2 emissions and develop energy-efficient sol tions reduce lessen environmental impact We drive product development through material substitution and through solutions that combine aluminium with other materials We design aluminium solutions that can reduce energy use by allowing more natural light to enter buildings than constructions made with other materials

11 INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS, ENDLESS OPPORTUNITIES

12 LIGHTER VEHICLES Sapa considers environmental challenges when designing products and solutions together with customers Carmakers are meeting c stomer needs for added comfort and engine po er b customer power by taking weight out of vehicles, to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions Aluminium is replacing steel and copper in automotive applications every year, for weight reduction as well as for its formability and energy absorption qualities energy-absorption Sapa is delivering innovative solutions that support the automotive industry in its efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

13 SUSTAINABLE BUILDING SOLUTIONS Buildings that generate more energy than they use over their lifetime, is becoming the benchmark for investors and architects in most climate zones “Zero-energy” buildings, new “Zero energ ” b ildings ne and ref rbished represent a good and practical refurbished, solution to one of the biggest challenges society is facing Sapa is the leading designer of energy-efficient and aluminum-based facades, windows and doors With the increased recycling of building components, Sapa is providing solutions with a lower energy footprint and a better score in building classification systems

14 A DEDICATED ORGANIZATION Svein Tore Holsether – President & CEO Karl Eichinger – CFO Keith Jones – Extrusion Asia Tom Melbye Eide – Legal John Thuestad – Extrusion Europe Tolga Egrilmezer – Business Development Patrick Lawlor – Extrusion Americas Lene Trollnes – Human Resources Salvador Biosca – Precision Tubing Erika Ahlqvist – Communication Svein Tore Holsether (interim) – Building Systems

15 BACK-UP SLIDES

16 THE JV IS 50/50 OWNED BY ORKLA/HYDRO Orkla Extrusions, Welded/ Extruded Tubes, Building Systems Hydro y 50% 50% Extrusions, Precision Tubing, Building Systems

17 SAPA-HYDRO WAS COMPLETED AS ONE OF THE LARGEST MERGERS IN 2013 Merger closed in 2013 before end of September FTEs GE & Lufkin Industries 309,400 Unilever & Hindustan 188,000 Comcast & NBC Universal Media 165,000 Nokia & Nokia Siemens Networks 156,198 , Generali & Assicurazioni Generali 92,954 Buckeye Technologies & Georgia-Pacific 36,270 Virgin Media & Liberty Global 36,004 36 004 Cardinal Health & Assuramed Holding 25,500 Hydro & Sapa 23,000 Liberty Media & Charter Communications 19,900 SOURCE: DB SEPTEMBER 2013

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