ATRIA GROUP PLC'S FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 1 JANUARY - 31 DECEMBER 2005 The Group's turnover increased by 17.2 per cent to EUR 976.9 million (EUR 833.7 million in 2004). The profit before taxes amounted to EUR 37.8 million (EUR 44.6 million). The Board of Directors proposes that the company distribute dividends of EUR 0.595 per share for 2005, representing 35 per cent of the par value of the shares. However, the comparable profit from 2004 totalled EUR 36.5 million, because IFRS results of 2004 included TEL pension items to the amount of EUR 8.1 million. Thus the improvement amounted to EUR 1.3 million. The pre-tax profit for the fourth quarter of 2005 was EUR 8.9 million (EUR 12.9 million). The comparable operational result last year, excluding the IFRS result TEL pension items, amounted to EUR 8.5 million, including an earnings improvement of EUR 0.4 million. 2005 A YEAR OF STRONG GROWTH AND REGIONAL EXPANSION During 2005 Atria made consistent progress towards its vision of being the leading meat-processing company and meal-solution provider in the Baltic region. Group turnover grew strongly by 17.2 per cent. A considerable part of the increase was due to domestic operations and the consolidation of A-Farmers Ltd and A-Rehu Oy in the Group's figures from the beginning of 2005. Earnings were also boosted by the Estonian AS Valga Lihatööstus becoming part of the Group in the beginning of 2005. In the summer of 2005 Atria Group signed a preliminary agreement to acquire the St. Petersburg-based Pit-Product, and the deal was finalised in October 2005. In Nurmo we completed the pig slaughterhouse and meat product factory expansion projects late last year. They will be taken into use in the spring of 2006. The expansion of the logistics centre was initiated in the summer. In 2005 investments made by the Atria Group amounted to EUR 107.3 million. DOMESTIC BUSINESS, SEGMENT FINLAND The development of our Finnish operations was positive in almost all business areas. Retail sales developed positively and Atria further strengthened its position as the largest meat processing company in Finland. Atria Groups producer share of domestic retail sales reached almost 30 per cent. Atria Oy Atria's meat processing volume grew faster than the country's meat production. The pork processing volume grew by almost 5 per cent, and the beef processing volume decreased by 2 per cent, while production in the entire country decreased by 7 per cent. The poultry production volume remained close to last year's level both for Atria and in the entire country. Atria's meat industry achieved its operational targets for 2005. The positive development was due to the relatively stable supply of meat raw material and the partial transfer of the increased raw material prices to retail prices. The result of the meat industry was also boosted by the better-than-expected sales of retail-packed meat. Atria is the clear market leader in retail-packed meat with a market share of about 35 per cent. The new pig slaughterhouse in Nurmo will be opened in the spring of 2006. The statutory employer-employee negotiations that started in 2004 concerning the closure of the Kuopio pig slaughterhouse were completed in the autumn of 2005. The operations of the Kuopio pig slaughterhouse will be transferred to Nurmo in the spring of 2006. Due to stiff competition and increased raw material prices, the result of Atria's convenience food industry did not meet expectations. Convenience food and meat product operations were re-organised at the beginning of 2006. Atria Oy's and Liha ja Säilyke Oy's convenience food industries were merged with the new meal industry business unit. Atria maintained its strong position in meat products. The price pressure in the meat products product group was very strong due to increased raw material costs. The summer barbecue season was very successful, mainly due to our excellent performance of our new products and our superior delivery capacity and reliability throughout the summer season. Atria strengthened its market leadership in the barbecue sausage product group with a share of about 44 per cent (source: A.C. Nielsen Scantrack). The EUR 11 million investment in the Nurmo meat product factory will be taken into use in the spring of 2006. This investment will both increase our production capacity and significantly improve our competitiveness. Atria Oy's poultry industries achieved the targets set. The overall consumption of poultry grew only slightly in Finland. Atria's poultry industries improved its raw material control process by transferring primary production from A- Farmers to its own poultry industry. The construction of the new logistics centre was initiated in July 2005. The value of the investment is about EUR 37 million, and it will be completed and ready for use in the spring of 2007. The expansion will provide an additional 11,000 square metres or 94,000 cubic metres of space. This expansion will almost double the capacity of our current logistics centre. Atria Oy had a turnover of EUR 531.2 million, representing an increase of 9.1 per cent. Liha ja Säilyke Oy In 2005 the sales and earnings of Liha ja Säilyke Oy developed according to plan. The company continued to perform in accordance with its strategy and upgraded its product range by focusing consistently on salads, convenience food products and special meat products. A new logistics centre costing EUR 6 million was opened in February 2005. During the fiscal year, the company also made substantial investments aimed at improving production efficiency at its salad factory. The market share of salads marketed under the Forssan brand already increased to about 30 per cent, which makes it the clear market leader in its product group (source: A.C. Nielsen Scantrack). Liha ja Säilyke Oy's and Atria Oy's convenience food industries were integrated into the new meal industry business unit at the beginning of 2006. Liha ja Säilyke Oy had a turnover of EUR 41.4 million (EUR 41.6 million). INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, SEGMENT SWEDEN Lithells AB The business operations of the Lithells Group in Sweden comprise the meat products company Atria Lithells AB, the fast food company Atria Concept AB, and the local wholesale company Svensk Snabbmat för Storkök AB. The turnover of the Lithells Group increased to EUR 314.0 million, representing a growth of 1.2 per cent over the previous year. However, operating profit decreased from the previous year to EUR 5.8 million (EUR 10.4 million). The meat product company Atria Lithells AB, in particular, suffered from higher raw material costs, which could not be fully passed on to retail prices. The profitability of Atria Concept AB and Svensk Snabbmat AB developed positively, which helped maintain the groups earnings at a satisfactory level. The turnover and market share of Atria Lithells AB, which produces meat products and convenience foods, remained at the 2004 levels, but profitability clearly weakened. Raw material prices remained high in 2005. Atria Lithells AB's factory in Sköllersta is the largest meat product factory in Sweden and the company holds a 25 per cent market share in sausage production in Sweden. The growth and profitability of Atria Concept AB, which operates in the fast food business, developed positively. The growth was strongest in the company's international operations: in Finland, the Baltic region and Poland. During 2005 Atria Concept AB started its expansion into Russia. The first Sibylla Shop-in-Shop outlets were opened in the St. Petersburg area in February 2006. The Russian market offers good opportunities for further growth. Svensk Snabbmat för Storkök AB, which specialises in local wholesale operations, improved its profitability for the seventh year in a row. The company's sales grew by nine per cent. Its service network provides a better geographical coverage of the Swedish market than its competitors. This is the competitive position the company plans to develop in the future as well. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, SEGMENT OTHER Baltic States Estonian AS Valga Lihatööstus became part of the Atria Group in January 2005. The company's business will be developed systematically starting from primary production to slaughtering and meat product and convenience food industries. In November 2005 AS Valga Lihatööstus purchased a pig farm called OÜ Linnamäen Peekon. The acquisition will help Atria further develop the primary production of pork in Estonia. The goal is to significantly improve Valga's self- sufficiency in meat production. AS Valga Lihatööstus is the second largest meat industry company in Estonia. The turnover of our Lithuanian subsidiary, UAB Vilniaus Mesa, was slightly below the 2004 level. The company's profitability further improved from last year, but remained at an unsatisfactory level. The turnover was reduced by the termination of meat sales. The greatest challenge faced by our Lithuanian subsidiary is passing raw material cost increases on to retail prices. Russia The acquisition of the St. Petersburg-based Pit-Product was completed in the autumn of 2005. The company manufactures various processed meat products primarily for retail store chains in the St. Petersburg area. Pit-Product has an approximately 20 per cent market share in the St. Petersburg meat product market. The company's growth has been very strong over the past few years. The greatest challenge in the near future will be the adequacy of production capacity. Design work on a new logistics centre and a new production plant that will more than double the current production capacity has already begun. Most of these investments are expected to be completed in 2007. Acquisitions in Estonia and Russia The total acquisition cost of the Estonian and Russian companies was EUR 36.6 million. Transactions after the acquisition dates accumulated EUR 35.1 million in turnover for the group. The purchase price was also affected by future growth potential and the well-established positions of the brands. The value of the brands, or more widely Marketing-Related Intangibles, have been determined based on the Royal Rate principle. The share of the purchase price that could not be targeted towards different balance sheet items has been treated as goodwill. The turnover of the Baltic and Russian (three-month) operations was EUR 42.7 million and the result was positive. MATTI TIKKAKOSKI IS ATRIA'S NEW CEO Following the retirement of Seppo Paatelainen, Atria Group plc is pleased to welcome its new President & CEO, Matti Tikkakoski, MSc (Econ.), who assumed the position as of 1 February 2006. OUTLOOK FOR 2006 In Finland, retail price competition continues to be intense. This presents challenges to the profitability of our domestic sales. The production investments made in Atria's Nurmo factory in 2006 will increase our production capacity and improve our competitiveness in the long run. The deciding factor is how well Atria is able to cooperate with its customers in order to reduce the costs of the entire order-delivery chain and improve the availability of the offering that best meets consumer needs. Atria expects its sales to continue growing and its position on the domestic market to strengthen in 2006. Atria estimates that the news coverage of avian influenza ('bird flu') will cause only a slight decrease in the domestic consumption of poultry. The implementation of new investments and the integration of Atria's and Liha ja Säilyke Oy's operations will reduce the operating result during the first half of the year. In Sweden, the home market of Lithells AB, private consumption is expected to grow further. The sales of private label products continue to grow rapidly in Sweden. Meat raw material prices are expected to remain at a high level. Due to the intense competitive situation and cost increase pressure, the entire sector is facing serious profitability problems in Sweden, which may lead to a restructuring of the meat sector. Atrias sales and business results in Sweden in 2006 are expected to remain on a par with the previous year. In the Baltic region, Atria is continuing to invest in the development of its own primary production. Due to the underdeveloped meat production in the Baltic countries, it is necessary to increase the company's raw material self- sufficiency. The Baltic subsidiaries will be developed at a rapid rate primarily through organic growth and synergy benefits. In Russia, the most important task in the near future is to take over the operations of our new subsidiary Pit-Product. Furthermore, the design work on a new logistics centre and production plant has already begun. When completed, the new production plant will double the current production capacity. These construction projects are expected to be completed partly in 2007. The turnover and profitability of our Baltic and Russian businesses are expected to grow from 2005. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE Our Corporate Governance Code, any exceptions to them and the associated personnel data are published on our website www.atria.fi. IAS/IFRS BENEFIT-BASED PENSION OBLIGATIONS The 2005 results are not directly comparable with those reported in 2004. The difference arises from the calculation of pension obligations in accordance with IAS/IFRS transition rules, particularly in 2004. This is why the figures are reported on separate rows in the group profit and loss account and balance sheet. In other respects, the differences between the two years are negligible in terms of comparability. When comparing 2005 figures with those of the year 2004 or earlier, you must also take into account the different method and level of goodwill depreciation used under IAS/IFRS. In other respects, the differences are not significant. DIVIDEND PROPOSAL The Board of Directors proposes that the company distributes dividends of EUR 0.595 per share for 2005, representing 35 per cent of the par value of the shares. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 3 MAY 2006 Atria Group plc's shareholders are invited to the Annual General Meeting (AGM) to be held in the company's premises in Kuopio on Wednesday, 3 May 2006, starting at 2:00 pm; the address is Ankkuritie 2, 70460 Kuopio, Finland. The AGM will address the following matters: 1. The matters to be addressed at the AGM as set out in item 16 of the Articles of Association 2. Board of Directors' proposal to authorise the Board of Directors to decide on increasing the share capital through one or more new issues The Board of Directors proposes that the authorisation to increase share capital be renewed as follows. The proposed authorisation would supersede that valid until 3 May 2006. The Board of Directors proposes that the AGM authorise the Board of Directors to decide on increasing the company's share capital by means of one or more subscription issues, such that the maximum number of the company's A Series shares, with a nominal value of EUR 1.70, should not exceed the total of 4,218,545 shares, thereby increasing the company's share capital by a maximum of EUR 7,171,526.50. However, this empowerment only enables the Board of Directors to decide on raising the share capital so that the share capital is raised in all by no more than one-fifth of the registered share capital at the time the Board of Directors took the decision to raise the share capital. The Board of Directors proposes that this empowerment includes the right to deviate from the shareholders' subscription privilege on the condition that, from the viewpoint of the company, there is a significant economic reason for the deviation, e.g. the financing, implementation or enabling of corporate acquisitions or other arrangements or assets that are part of the companys business operation, co- operation arrangements, strengthening or development of the financing or capital structure, or providing the staff with incentives. The said empowerment is also proposed to include that the Board of Directors may decide that shares may be subscribed in exchange for contribution of capital or in accordance with certain terms and conditions. The Board of Directors would be authorised to decide on the parties eligible for subscription, the subscription price and the grounds for setting the subscription price. This empowerment shall be in effect for one year as of the empowerment decision taken by the AGM. The right to attend the Annual General Meeting rests with shareholders who were recorded as shareholders on 21 April 2006 in the companys shareholder register maintained by Finnish Central Securities Depository Ltd, unless otherwise stated in law. In order to have the right to attend the Annual General Meeting, shareholders must notify the company of their intention to do so by 4:00 pm on Friday, 28 April 2006. Shareholders may register for the meeting by mail or telephone by the above deadline. More detailed instructions will be provided in the notice convening the meeting. RESTRICTIONS ON TRADING BY INSIDERS On 21 February 2002 Atria Group plc's Board of Directors decided that the period during which the company's insiders may trade shares is 14 days after the publication of Atria Group plc's Interim Reports and financial statement bulletins. However, any insider who wishes to trade shares during this period must request permission to do so in advance from the secretary of the Board of Directors. Insiders may not trade shares at other times ('closed window'). The restriction on trading also applies to parties under the guardianship of insiders and their controlled corporations as defined in Chapter 1, Section 5 of the Securities Market Act. CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET Assets EUR million 31.12.05 31.12.04 Fixed assets Intangible assets 22.7 13.8 Goodwill 50.1 34.6 Tangible fixed assets 329.3 267.4 Calculatory tax receivables on benefit-based pension obligations 0.1 0.1 Loan receivables and other receivables 5.0 4.7 Investments 5.7 6.4 Total 412.9 327.0 Current assets Inventories 58.6 48.0 Accounts receivable and other receivables 151.1 131.0 Cash in hand and at bank 17.5 12.6 Total 227.2 191.6 Assets, total 640.1 518.6 Liabilities EUR million 31.12.05 31.12.04 Equity belonging to parent company's shareholders 254.8 244.3 Minority interests 20.2 19.5 Equity, total 275.0 263.8 Long-term borrowed capital Interest-bearing debts 115.5 81.5 Deferred tax liabilities 22.5 21.4 Pension obligations 0.4 0.4 Total 138.4 103.3 Short-term borrowed capital Interest-bearing debts 91.4 34.6 Accounts payable and other debts 135.3 116.9 Total 226.7 151.5 Borrowed capital, total 365.1 254.8 Liabilities, total 640.1 518.6 CONSOLIDATED PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT EUR million 10-12/05 10-12/04 1-12/05 1-12/04 Turnover 259.9 220.2 976.9 833.7 Expenses, excl. benefit-based pension amortisation -242.1 -204.6 -905.3 -764.6 Amortisation of benefit- based pensions 4.5 0.1 8.1 Depreciations -7.5 -5.7 -31.5 -27.9 Operating profit 10.3 14.4 40.2 49.3 * of turnover % 4.0 6.5 4.1 5.9 Share of associated company earnings 0.1 0.8 0.5 Financial income and expenses -1.4 -1.6 -3.2 -5.2 Profit before taxes 8.9 12.9 37.8 44.6 * of turnover % 3.4 5.9 3.9 5.3 Taxes -2.9 -1.4 -10.8 -8.5 Calculatory taxes from amortisation of benefit-based pensions -1.2 -2.4 Net profit for the year 6.0 10.3 27.0 33.7 * of turnover % 2.3 4.7 2.8 4.0 Attributable to: Shareholders of the parent 5.8 10.3 26.2 33.4 Minority interest 0.2 0.8 0.3 Total 6.0 10.3 27.0 33.7 Undiluted earnings/share, 0.28 0.49 1.24 1.58 Earnings/share adjusted by dilution effect, 0.28 0.49 1.24 1.58 CALCULATION OF CHANGES IN SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY mill. EUR Equity belonging to the owners of parent company Mino Share rity's holders share 'equity in total Share Share Trans- Profits Total capit. pre- lation mium reserve fund Shareholders' equity 1 Jan. 2004 35.8 104.4 0.0 79.3 219.5 1.6 221.1 Changes in shareholder's equity 1 Jan - 31 Dec, 2004 Translation differences 0.4 0.4 0.4 Increase in minority interest 17.6 17.6 Netprofit for the year 33.4 33.4 0.3 33.7 Distribution of dividends -9.0 -9.0 -9.0 Shareholders' equity 31 Jan. 2004 35.8 104.4 0.4 103.7 244.3 19.5 263.8 Shareholders' equity 1 Jan. 2005 35.8 104.4 0.4 103.7 244.3 19.5 263.8 Changes in shareholder's equity 1 Jan - 31 Mar, 2005 Translation differences -1.4 -1.4 -0.1 -1.5 Other changes -1.6 -1.6 -1.6 Netprofit for the year 26.2 26.2 0.8 27.0 Distribution of dividends -12.7 -12.7 -12.7 Shareholders' equity 31 Mar, 2005 35.8 104.4 -1.0 115.6 254.8 20.2 275.0 CONSOLIDATED CASH FLOW STATEMENT EUR million 1-12/05 1-12/04 Cash flow from operations 59.3 72.6 Financial items and taxes -12.4 -13.4 Cash flow from operations 46.9 59.2 Investments Tangible and intangible assets -98.3 -34.2 Investments -3.5 0.5 Cash flow from investments -101.8 -33.7 Loans drawn down 91.4 12.8 Loans repaid -19.2 -28.5 Dividends paid -12.7 -9.0 Cash flow from financing 59.5 -24.7 Change in liquid funds 4.6 0.8 INDICATORS EUR million 1-12/05 1-12/04 Undiluted earnings/share, 1.24 1.58 Earnings/share adjusted by dilution effect, 1.24 1.58 Equity/share, 12.08 11.58 Interest-bearing debts 206.9 116.1 Equity ratio, % 43.0 50.9 Gross investments in tangible assets 107.3 37.3 Gross investments /turnover, % 11.0 4.5 Personnel on average 4 433 3 638 SEGMENT INFORMATION GEOGRAPHICAL EUR million 10-12/05 10-12/04 1-12/05 % 1-12/04 % Turnover Finland 165.7 139.5 634.3 64.9 525.8 63.1 Sweden 76.2 80.8 314.0 32.1 310.2 37.2 Others and eliminations 18.0 -0.1 28.6 2.9 -2.3 -0.3 Total 259.9 220.2 976.9 100.0 833.7 100.0 Operating profit Finland 6.5 10.7 31.6 78.6 37.7 76.5 Sweden 1.7 3.1 7.1 17.7 12.1 24.5 Others and eliminations 2.1 0.6 1.5 3.7 -0.5 -1.0 Total 10.3 14.4 40.2 100.0 49.3 100.0 Investments Finland 35.0 8.7 97.6 91.0 28.8 77.2 Sweden 1.3 2.9 4.3 4.0 6.9 18.5 Others 2.9 -0.3 5.4 5.0 1.6 4.3 Total 39.2 11.3 107.3 100.0 37.3 100.0 EUR million 31.12.05 % 31.12.04 % Assets Finland 534.3 83.5 433.7 83.6 Sweden 132.1 20.6 137.7 26.6 Others and eliminations -26.3 -4.1 -52.8 -10.2 Total 640.1 100.0 518.6 100.0 Debts Finland 268.3 73.5 180.2 70.7 Sweden 69.1 18.9 73.7 28.9 Others and eliminations 27.7 7.6 0.9 0.4 Total 365.1 100.0 254.8 100.0 BUSINESS-RELATED EUR million 10-12/05 10-12/04 1-12/05 % 1-12/04 % Turnover Meat Industries 251.5 183.7 806.8 82.6 710.8 85.3 Wholesale Trade 60.1 39.6 245.0 25.1 136.3 16.3 Eliminations -51.7 -3.1 -74.9 -7.7 -13.4 -1.6 Total 259.9 220.2 976.9 100.0 833.7 100.0 LIABILITIES EUR million 31.12.05 31.12.04 Debts mortgages or other collateral given as security Loans from financial institutions 79.8 66.2 Pension fund loans 6.2 6.0 Total 86.0 72.2 Mortgages and other securities given as comprehensive security Real-estate mortgages 78.7 74.3 Corporate mortgages 44.2 43.0 Other collateral 47.3 41.3 Total 170.2 158.6 Contingent liabilities not included in the balance sheet Unused limits 107.8 79.4 Guarantees 13.5 1.9 KEY FINANCIAL INDICATORS IFRS IFRS FAS FAS FAS FAS 31.12.05 31.12.04 31.12.04 31.12.03 31.12.02 31.12.01 Turnover (EUR million) 976.9 833.7 833.7 765.1 707.0 637.4 Operating profit (EUR million) 40.2 49.3 38.8 30.9 25.6 28.9 % turnover 4.1 5.9 4.7 4.0 3.6 4.5 Financial income and expenses -3.2 -5.2 -5.1 -7.3 -5.2 -4.9 % turnover 0.3 0.6 0.6 0.9 0.7 0.8 Profit before taxes 37.8 44.6 33.7 23.6 20.4 23.9 % turnover 3.9 5.3 4.0 3.1 2.9 3.8 Return on equity (ROE)% 10.0 13.9 10.3 7.5 7.7 9.2 Return on investment (ROI) % 10.3 13.9 10.7 9.1 7.9 10.0 Equity ratio % 43.0 50.9 51.3 49.6 43.3 48.7 Gross investments in tangible assets (EUR million) 107.3 37.3 33.8 36.4 66.0 23.2 % turnover 11.0 4.5 4.1 4.8 9.3 3.6 Interest-bearing debt 206.9 116.1 110.3 129.4 157.9 116.0 Personnel on average 4 433 3 638 3 638 3 377 3 300 3 241 Research and development expenses (EUR million)* 6.7 7.0 7.0 6.7 6.1 5.5 % turnover 0.7 0.8 0.8 0.9 0.9 0.9 Volume of orders** - - - - * Booked in total as expenditure for the financial year ** Not a significant indicator. as orders are generally delivered on the day following the order SHARE-ISSUE ADJUSTED PER-SHARE INDICATORS IFRS IFRS FAS FAS FAS FAS 31.12.05 31.12.04 31.12.04 31.12.03 31.12.02 31.12.01 Earnings per share (EPS) EUR 1.24 1.58 1.17 0.83 0.78 0.88 Shareholders' equity per share (EUR) 12.08 11.58 11.42 10.65 10.45 10.01 Dividend/share EUR* 0.595 0.595 0.595 0.425 0.372 0.372 Dividend/profit EUR* 48.0 37.7 50.7 51.5 47.8 42.4 Effective dividend yield* 3.3 5.3 5.3 4.7 5.5 7.1 Price/earnings (P/E) 14.50 7.20 9.62 10.90 8.67 5.97 Market capitalisation, EUR million 379.5 238.3 238.3 190.9 121.8 94.9 Share turnover/thousands A 5 704 3 800 3 800 2 325 1 249 1 226 Share turnover/thousands % A 48.0 32.0 32.0 29.9 18.9 18.5 Number of shares, million total 21.1 21.1 21.1 21.1 15.8 15.8 Number of shares, A 11.9 11.9 11.9 11.9 6.6 6.6 Number of shares, KII 9.2 9.2 9.2 9.2 9.2 9.2 Average share issue-adjusted number of share 21.1 21.1 21.1 18.3 18.1 18.1 Share issue-adjusted number of shares 31 Dec. 21.1 21.1 21.1 21.1 18.1 18.1 SHARE PRICE DEVELOPMENT Lowest of period, A 11.50 8.55 8.55 6.81 5.85 3.81 Highest of period, A 18.18 11.75 11.75 11.40 8.90 6.19 At the end of period 17.99 11.30 11.30 9.05 7.70 6.00 Average price of the period 15.33 9.42 9.42 9.20 7.35 5.22 * The proposal of the Board of directors The figures are not audited. The differences between the IFRS comparison data for the year 2004 and the data as per the Finnish reporting standard were published on 19.4.2005 (IFRS 1.45) and they may be viewed at our website www.atria.fi. For additional information, please contact Mr Matti Tikkakoski, President & CEO, tel. +358 50 2582. ATRIA GROUP PLC Matti Tikkakoski President & CEO DISTRIBUTION Helsinki Stock Exchange Principal media www.atria.fi The interim report will be mailed to you upon request and is also available on our website at www.atria.fi.