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Celsis International Plc
Celsis International -- AGM Statement
SUFFOLK, United Kingdom, July 17, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Celsis (Other OTC:CEITF): at today's Annual General Meeting Dr Jack Rowell, Chairman, made the following statement: "In the report and accounts for the year ended 31 March 2003, we announced a major turn around in the performance of the Company and reported a significant profits increase with solid sales growth. This was a successful year for Celsis and we now believe we are in a position to build upon this stable and sustainable business.
Report from the Extraordinary General Meeting of Anoto Group AB
LUND, Sweden, July 17, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- At today's Extraordinary General Meeting of Anoto Group (Other OTC:AOTOF) it was resolved to approve the Board's decision to implement a new share issue of an additional 3.3 million shares. The Board was authorized to decide on a new share issue of a maximum of 1.7 million shares to enable a directed new share issue to industrial partners within the scope of collaboration and alliances.
SKF wins Prestigious Ferrari Maserati Group Innovation Award
GOTEBORG, Sweden, July 17, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- SKF (Nasdaq:SKFR) at the third annual "Podium Ferrari" award ceremony, held in Maranello, Italy, SKF was honored for "its continuous ability to innovate, supplying bearings of the highest possible standard for the Formula 1 single-seater as well as the Ferrari and Maserati Grandturismo road cars".
Celsis International Plc
Celsis International Plc -- Sanofi-Synthelabo agreement with Celsis Laboratory Group
SUFFOLK, U.K., July 17, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Celsis Laboratory Group (Other OTC:CEITF), part of the Celsis International Plc group of companies, a leading US supplier of cGMP analytical services for the pharmaceutical industry, has entered into a master services agreement with Sanofi-Synthelabo. Celsis will provide various chemistry and microbiology analytical testing services to Sanofi-Synthelabo's US and Puerto Rican subsidiaries.
Skanska secures environmental contract in New York valued at USD 493 M, SEK 3.9 billion, Skanska's share amounts to SEK 1.8 billion
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, July 17, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Skanska has been awarded a contract to expand and upgrade the Newtown Creek Water Pollution Control Plant in New York City. The contract is valued at USD 493 million, or SEK 3,930 M. Skanska accounts for 45 percent of the work, corresponding USD 222 M, or SEK 1,770 M. The contract is included in order bookings for the second quarter.