Correction to FY23 Annual Report

ANNREP
Thu, Aug 31 2023 09:47 am

Vulcan Steel Limited (Vulcan)
ASX/NZX/Media Release
31 August 2023

Correction to Vulcan’s FY23 Annual Report

On Tuesday, 29 August 2023, Vulcan (ASX: VSL, NZX: VSL) released its annual report for the financial year ended 30 June 2023 (Annual Report).

There was a print omission in the “Adjusted EBITDA NZ$ (excluding significant items)” section of the “Performance highlights” on page 6 of the Annual Report. The
year-on-year percentage change has been corrected to “-10%” (rather than “10%”).

This error has now been corrected and an updated version of the Annual Report has been released to ASX and NZX, and uploaded to Vulcan’s Investor Website - https://investors.vulcan.co/investor-centre/?page=results-centre

An extract from the corrected Annual Report is below:

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Vulcan’s FY23 annual result presentation, which was also released on 29 August, contains the correct year-on-year percentage change (so no changes are required to that document).

ENDS
Kar Yue Yeo
Investor and media contact
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +64 9 273 7214
This announcement was authorised by Vulcan’s Board of Directors.

About Vulcan
Founded in 1995, Vulcan is an Australasian-wide industrial product distributor and value-added processor with 72 logistics and processing facilities employing approximately 1,360 staff across the company’s Steel and Metals divisions.


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