Notice of 2014 Annual General Meeting

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| Source: Indutrade AB
The Annual General Meeting of Indutrade Aktiebolag (publ) will be held at 4 p.m.
on Monday, 28 April 2014, at IVA’s Conference Center, Grev Turegatan 16,
Stockholm, Sweden.
A.         RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE AND NOTIFICATION OF ATTENDANCE

To be entitled to participate at the Annual General Meeting, shareholders must
be listed in the shareholder register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB on
Tuesday, 22 April 2014, and notify the Company of their intention to participate
at the Meeting no later than Tuesday, 22 April 2014. Notification of intention
to participate at the Meeting can be made by filling out a form on Indutrade’s
website, www.indutrade.se, by post to Indutrade Aktiebolag, Box 6044, SE-164 06
Kista, Sweden or by phone at +46-8-703 03 00. The notification must state the
shareholder’s name, national ID number/corporate registration number, address
and phone number. Information provided in the notification will be data
-processed and used only for the 2014 Annual General Meeting. Shareholders are
entitled to bring one or two assistants. Proxies, registration certificates and
other authorisation documents must be on hand at the Annual General Meeting, and
should, in order to facilitate entrance to the Meeting, be sent to the Company
by no later than Wednesday, 23 April 2014. Proxies must be presented in
original.

Shareholders whose shares are registered in the name of a nominee must request
registration of their shares in their own names in the shareholder register as
per Tuesday, 22 April 2014, in order to be entitled to participate in the
Meeting. Such registration can be temporary.

B.         ITEMS OF BUSINESS

B.I        Proposed agenda

1. Opening of the Meeting

2. Election of a chairman to preside over the Meeting

3. Preparation and approval of the voting list

4. Approval of the agenda

5. Election of one or two persons to check the minutes

6. Determination as to whether the Meeting has been duly convened

7. Report on the work of the Board of Directors and its committees

8. Presentation of the annual report and consolidated accounts, and in
connection with that, the President's report on operations for the year

9. Presentation of the audit report and the audit report for the group, and of
the auditor’s statement regarding whether the Company has adhered to the
guidelines for compensation of senior executives that have applied since the
preceding Annual General Meeting

10. Resolutions on:

(a) adoption of the income statement and balance sheet, and of the consolidated

income statement and consolidated balance sheet

(b) distribution of the company's earnings in accordance with the adopted
balance sheet

(c) the record date, in the event the Meeting resolves to distribute profits

(d) discharge from liability to the Company of the directors and the President

11. Report on the work of the Nomination Committee

12. Resolution on the number of directors and the number of auditors

13. Resolution on directors' and auditors’ fees

14. Election of directors and the Chairman of the Board

15. Election of auditor

16. Resolution on the Board’s proposed guidelines for compensation and other
terms of employment for senior executives

17. Resolution on the implementation of a long-term incentive programme
including directed issue and transfer of warrants

18. Closing of the Annual General Meeting

B.II       Dividend

The Board proposes a dividend of SEK 7.05 per share.

Friday, 2 May 2014, is proposed as the record date for payment of the dividend.
Provided that the Meeting resolves in accordance with the proposal, dividends
are expected to be distributed by Euroclear Sweden AB on Tuesday, 7 May 2014.

B.III      Election of a chairman to preside over the Annual General Meeting,
Board of Directors, etc.

The Nomination Committee has been composed of Claes Boustedt, L E
Lundbergföretagen; Fredrik Lundberg, L E Lundbergföretagen also Chairman of the
Board of Indutrade; Mats Gustafsson, Lannebo Funds; Anders Oscarsson, AMF and
AMF Funds and Håkan Sandberg, Handelsbanken Pension Foundation and Handelsbanken
Pension Fund. Claes Boustedt served as Nomination Committee chair.

The Nomination Committee proposes the following:

AGM chairman:

Fredrik Lundberg, Chairman of the Board of Indutrade AB

Number of directors and auditors:

The Board shall consist of eight directors and no deputies.

A registered accounting firm is proposed as auditor of the company.

Directors' fees:

An unchanged fee of SEK 500,000 is proposed for the Chairman of the Board, SEK
375,000 for the deputy Chairman of the Board, SEK 250,000 for each of the other
non-executive directors, SEK 50,000 for the Audit Committee chair and SEK 25,000
for members of the Remuneration Committee.

Auditors' fees:

Fees payable on current account (unchanged).

Board of Directors:

Re-election of Johnny Alvarsson, Eva Färnstrand, Bengt Kjell, Martin Lindqvist,
Ulf Lundahl, Krister Mellvé and Lars Petterson.

Fredrik Lundberg is proposed to be re-elected as Chairman of the Board. Bengt
Kjell is proposed to be elected as deputy Chairman of the Board.

Auditor:

Re-election of PricewaterhouseCoopers AB as auditor of the company for the
period until the end of the Annual General Meeting of 2015

B.IV      The Board's proposed guidelines for compensation and other terms of
employment for senior executives

The Board proposes that the Annual General Meeting adopt the following
guidelines for compensation and other terms of employment for senior executives.

Indutrade shall apply compensation levels and terms of employment necessary to
be able to recruit and retain management with high qualifications and the
ability to achieve set objectives. The forms of compensation shall motivate
members of the executive management to perform their utmost in order to
safeguard the interests of the shareholders.

The forms of compensation shall therefore be in line with the going rate in the
market and shall be straightforward, long-term and quantifiable. Compensation of
members of executive management shall normally consist of a fixed and a variable
portion. The variable portion shall reward clear, goal-related improvements in
simple, transparent structures and shall have a cap.

The fixed salary for members of the executive management shall be in line with
the going rate in the market and shall be commensurate with the individual's
expertise, responsibilities and performance. The variable compensation component
for members of the executive management shall normally not exceed 7 months'
salary and shall be coupled to the achievement of goals to improve the Company's
and respective business areas' level of earnings, and the Group's growth. The
variable salary can amount to a maximum of SEK 10 million.

Incentive programmes in the Company shall mainly be share price–related and
cover persons in senior positions in the Company who have a significant
influence over the Company's results of operations and growth, and shall be
based on the achievement of set targets. An incentive programme shall contribute
to the long-term commitment to the Company's development and shall be
implemented on market terms. The Company may pay out monetary compensation to
key executives linked to investments in shares or share-related instruments.
Such monetary compensation shall normally not exceed 15 per cent of the fixed
salary.

Non-monetary benefits for members of the executive management shall facilitate
the individuals in the execution of their duties and correspond to what can be
considered to be reasonable in respect of practice in the market in which the
respective executive is active.

Pension terms for members of the executive management shall be in line with the
going rate in the market in respect of what applies for peer executives in the
market in which the executive works and should be based on a defined
contribution pension solution or correspond to a public pension plan (in Sweden
the ITP plan).

Severance pay for members of executive management shall not exceed a total of 24
months' salary in the event the Company serves notice, and 6 months in the event
the member of the executive management gives notice.

By executive management is meant in this context the President and CEO, the
Chief Financial Officer, the Business Area presidents, and the Group Controller.

The Board’s Remuneration Committee prepares and drafts proposals for decisions
regarding the terms of employment for the President, and the Board evaluates the
President's performance on a yearly basis. The Remuneration Committee also
prepares and deals with remuneration matters regarding members of the executive
management, for decisions by the Board.

The President consults with the Remuneration Committee regarding the terms of
employment for other members of the executive management. The Board shall have
the right to depart from the aforementioned guidelines for compensation of the
executive management if there are special reasons in a particular case.

B.V      The Board's proposal on the implementation of a long-term incentive
programme including directed issue and transfer of warrants

Since the previous incentive programme has expired, the board proposes that the
Annual General Meeting resolves on implementation of a new long-term incentive
programme (“LTI 2014”) for senior executives and other key employees within the
Indutrade group. Indutrade’s participation in LTI 2014 is proposed to include
that Indutrade pays a cash subsidy to the participants in the programme.

The purpose of LTI 2014 is to, in a simple way, reward and retain important
employees as well as to promote and create a long-term commitment to the
Indutrade group by the employees’ own investments and subsequently attain an
increased alignment of interests between the employees and Indutrade’s
shareholders.

The structure of the Indutrade group is highly decentralised and focuses to a
great extent on growth and profitability. To offer a competitive remuneration
structure for senior executives of the group and other key employees, whose
efforts and skills have been and are of great importance to the continuous
ambition of the group to achieve growth and profitability, it is proposed that
Indutrade participates in LTI 2014 as set out below.

1.  LTI 2014 entails that approximately 140 persons in around twenty countries
are offered to subscribe for a maximum of 460,000 warrants. The warrants are
proposed to be issued in two series (Series I and Series II), of which a maximum
of 460,000 warrants of Series I and a maximum of 150,000 warrants of Series II.
The total number of warrants that are transferred to the participants may
however not exceed 460,000. Each warrant entitles to subscription for one share
in Indutrade.

2.  Notification for acquisition of warrants must be made no later than 10
trading days from the day after the board resolves to offer to the participants
in LTI 2014 to acquire warrants in the respective series. However, the
respective notification period may be extended upon a resolution by the board.

3.  The price for the warrants shall be determined as the calculated market
value for the warrants at the time of allotment by applying the Black & Scholes
valuation model calculated by an independent valuation institute (Nordea Bank
AB).

4.  The right to acquire warrants is granted the participants in four employee
categories as follows; (i) CEO of the group, comprising 1 participant, is
allotted a minimum of 1,000 and a maximum of 30,000 warrants, however, with a
guaranteed allotment of 15,000 warrants, (ii) members of the group management,
comprising a maximum of 6 participants, are allotted a minimum of 1,000 and a
maximum of 20,000, however, with a guaranteed allotment of 10,000 warrants,
(iii) business unit presidents, comprising a maximum of 25 participants, are
allotted a minimum of 1,000 and a maximum of 10,000 warrants, however, with a
guaranteed allotment of 5,000 warrants and (iv) subsidiary CEOs and other key
employees, comprising a maximum of 103 participants, are allotted a minimum of
1,000 and a maximum of 5,000 warrants, however, with a guaranteed allotment of
2,500 warrants.
The above apportionment of participants in different categories is preliminary
and is based on the contemplated number of participants at the time of the
proposal, i.e. excluding any additional participants. The apportionment of any
additional participants within the respective participant categories will be
determined by the board prior to the offer of warrants of Series II.

5.  The right to acquire warrants of Series I shall be granted all participants.
The right to acquire warrants of Series II shall solely be granted senior
executives and other key employees in the Indutrade group thereafter employed
and comprised by the programme and such participants that were prevented to
acquire warrants of Series I due to insider legislation or equivalent.

6.  In the event that the respective offer to acquire warrants is not fully
subscribed, the participants shall, within the scope of the maximum number of
warrants offered in each category above, be entitled to apply for acquisition of
additional warrants that have not been acquired, whereby allotment shall be made
pro rata relative to the maximum number of warrants that may be allotted for the
category each participant belongs to.

Directed issue of warrants

In order to carry out LTI 2014, the board proposes that the Annual General
Meeting resolves on a directed issue of warrants of two series with deviation
from the shareholders’ pre-emptive rights.

The board’s proposal entails that the Annual General Meeting shall resolve on a
directed issue of two series of a maximum of 460,000 warrants of Series I and a
maximum of a 150,000 warrants of Series II, with a right to subscribe for new
shares in Indutrade on the following principal terms and conditions.

1.  The warrants are issued free of charge.

2.  Each warrant shall entitle a right to subscribe for one (1) new share in
Indutrade. Consequently, the share capital will, provided that the warrants are
fully exercised, increase with a maximum of SEK 460,000 for Series I and a
maximum of SEK 150,000 for Series II.

3.  The right to subscribe for warrants shall, with deviation from the
shareholders’ pre-emptive rights, be granted Indutrade’s wholly-owned subsidiary
C & M Plast AB.

4.  Subscription for warrants shall be made no later than 30 June 2014, with the
board reserving the right to extend this time limit.

5.  Subscription for new shares may take place as from the registration of the
warrants with the Swedish Companies Registrations Office (Sw. Bolagsverket) up
to and including Friday, 18 May 2018 and only during the following subscription
periods; (i) two weeks after the day of the announcement of the interim report
for the first quarter of 2017, (ii) two weeks after the day of the announcement
of the interim report for the third quarter of 2017, (iii) as from the day after
the announcement of the interim report for the first quarter 2018 up to and
including Friday, 18 May 2018, as well as, where applicable, (iv) thirty days
after Indutrade has been notified that a third party has acquired shares in
Indutrade entailing that the third party is obligated to call for compulsory
acquisition of the remaining minority shareholders’ shares in Indutrade in
accordance with applicable rules and regulations.

6.  The warrants entitle to subscription for new shares in Indutrade with a
subscription price corresponding to 120 per cent of the volume-weighted average
purchase price for the Indutrade share listed on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm during a
period of 10 trading days calculated as from the day after the board directs the
offer to acquire warrants of each series to the senior executives and other key
employees within the Indutrade group that are comprised in LTI 2014.

7.  The new shares issued shall entitle to dividend as from the first record
date for dividend to occur after the registration of the new shares with the
Swedish Companies Registration Office.

8.  The terms and conditions for the warrants may be recalculated in accordance
with customary recalculation principles due to e.g. a bonus issue, share split
or consolidation, rights issue and/or any similar event.

Resolution on transfer of warrants to certain senior executives and other key
employees within the Indutrade group

In order to carry out LTI 2014, the board further proposes that the Annual
General Meeting resolves on a transfer of warrants from the wholly-owned
subsidiary C & M Plast AB to approximately 140 senior executives and other key
employees within the Indutrade group that are comprised in the LTI 2014.

The board’s proposal entails that transfer of warrants shall be made on the
following terms and conditions.

1.  Transfer may be made of a maximum total of 460,000 warrants.

2.  The right to acquire warrants shall, with deviation from the shareholders’
pre-emptive rights, be granted senior executives and other key employees within
the Indutrade group that are comprised in the LTI 2014.

3.  Transfer of warrants shall be made at a price corresponding to the market
value for the warrants at the time of allotment, which shall be determined as
the calculated market value for the warrants applying the Black & Scholes
valuation model calculated by an independent valuation institute (Nordea Bank
AB)

4.  Transfer of warrants shall be made at the times, and on the other terms and
conditions that apply to the participants’ right to acquire warrants under LTI
2014.

Reason for the deviation from the shareholders’ preferential rights

The reason for deviating from the shareholders’ preferential rights is that
Indutrade wishes to implement an incentive programme for senior executives and
key employees within the group, by which they can be offered the opportunity to
take part in the value increase in Indutrade’s share.

Subsidy

A cash subsidy corresponding to 120 per cent of the price paid for the warrants
by the participants in the programme, which shall correspond to a calculated
market value for the warrants at the time of allotment of the warrants by
applying the Black & Scholes valuation model calculated by an independent
valuation institute (Nordea Bank AB), will be paid by Indutrade to the
participants on two occasions in equal parts (1/2), after half the time of the
programme and after three years.

Purchase of warrants in excess of the number that is guaranteed in each employee
category does not entitle to the subsidy. Payment of the subsidy will normally
be subject to the condition that the participant, at the time of payment, has
not disposed of any warrants and that the participant is still employed by the
Indutrade group and has not resigned or been dismissed.

Miscellaneous

Participation in the LTI 2014 presupposes that it is legally possible and
adequate in the jurisdiction concerned and that such participation is considered
possible with reasonable administrative and financial costs. The board shall be
entitled to offer alternative incentive programmes, including cash settlement,
to participants in jurisdictions where acquisition and/or exercise of warrants
legally or adequately cannot be made.

If the warrants are fully exercised, the number of outstanding shares in
Indutrade will increase by 460,000. These new shares issued represent
approximately 1.14 per cent of the shares and votes after full dilution.

Majority requirements

The Annual General Meeting’s resolution to implement LTI 2014, including
directed issue and transfer of warrants to senior executives and other key
employees, is valid only if it is supported by shareholders representing at
least nine tenths of both the votes cast and the shares represented at the
Annual General Meeting.

C.         SHARES AND VOTES

The number of shares and votes in the Company at the time of this notice was
40,000,000.

D.         DOCUMENTS

Accounting records (including the Board's proposed distribution of profits and
statement pursuant to Chapter 18, Section 4 of the Swedish Companies Act), the
audit report, the Board’s complete proposals of the implementation of a long
-term incentive programme and for compensation and other terms of employment for
senior executives, the auditors' statement on whether the guidelines for
compensation and other terms of employment for senior executives for the time
since the preceding Annual General Meeting have been adhered to, and proxy forms
will be available at the Company for the shareholders and on the Company's
website, www.indutrade.se, three weeks before the Annual General Meeting. These
documents can also be ordered by post from Indutrade Aktiebolag, Box 6044, SE
-164 06 Kista, Sweden, or by e-mail: info@indutrade.se, and will also be sent to
shareholders who so request, provided they provide their postal address. The
documents will also be on hand at the Annual General Meeting.

E.         DISCLOSURES AT THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

The Board of Directors and President shall, if requested by any shareholder, and
if the Board believes that it can be done without causing material harm to the
Company, provide disclosures on conditions that could affect the assessment of a
matter on the agenda, including conditions that could have an effect on the
assessment of the Company's or a subsidiary's financial situation as well as of
the Company's relations with another Group company. A shareholder who wishes to
submit questions in advance can do so by post toIndutradeAB, Box 6044, SE-164 06
Kista,Sweden, or by e-mail to info@indutrade.se.

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Stockholm, March 2014

Indutrade Aktiebolag (publ)

The Board of Directors