Autins Group to host its AGM at Friday 12 March 2021

Autins Group plc (LON:AUTG), the UK and European manufacturer of the patented Neptune melt-blown material and specialist in the design, manufacture and supply of acoustic and thermal insulation solutions, has announced that it will host its AGM at 11:00 am (GMT) on Friday, 12 March 2021.

In light of the UK Government’s social distancing guidelines associated with the COVID-19 pandemic restricting public gatherings, physical attendance at the Company’s AGM will not be permitted. The AGM will be held with a quorum of members only present at the physical location, supplemented by way of a videoconference allowing shareholders to dial into the AGM.

Please note that, as it will not be possible to vote on the matters to be considered at the AGM through the videoconferencing facility, shareholders are encouraged to vote electronically via, and to appoint the Chair of the Meeting as their proxy with their voting instructions prior to the meeting.

The Notice of the Company’s AGM for 2021, together with notes of instruction are available on the Company’s website at .

Shareholders wishing to access the videoconferencing facility or submit questions to the Board ahead of the meeting are asked to contact

 You can vote/appoint a proxy either:

·    by logging on to and following the instructions, If you have not previously done so, you will need to register. To do this, you will need your Investor Code detailed on your share certificate (or otherwise available from the Company’s registrar, Link Group);

·    You may request a hard copy form of proxy directly from the registrars, Link Group on Tel: 0371 664 0300. Calls are charged at the standard geographic rate and will vary by provider. Calls outside the United Kingdom will be charged at the applicable international rate. Lines are open between 09:00 – 17:30, Monday to Friday excluding public holidays in England and Wales).

·    in the case of CREST members, by utilising the CREST electronic proxy appointment service.

More detailed  information in respect of voting and appointing a proxy is contained within the Company’s Notice of AGM.

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