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Call for Presentation of MilDef’s Quarterly Report for Q2 2023, July 27

Call for Presentation of MilDef’s Quarterly Report for Q2 2023, July 27

Mildef, the Nordic region’s leading supplier of tactical information technology, software solutions and services, will publish its report for the second quarter of 2023 on 27 July. 08:00.

A conference call for investors, analysts and media (on teams) will be held around the clock 10.00 – 10.45 same day The report was delivered by CEO Daniel Lungren.

The presentation will be held in English and will conclude with a question and answer session hosted by Olof Engvall, President of IR.

Presentation materials will be available that morning at Registration is not required to participate in the conference, but connect/call within five minutes of the scheduled time to ensure a timely start to the meeting.


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phone number:
+46 8 502 413 79 (Sweden)
+47 23 52 52 25 (Norway)
+45 32 73 03 21 (Denmark)
+358 9 23106849 (Finland)
+44 20 3855 6017 (UK)
+1 323-486-4735 (US)

Enter Conference ID: 991 860 776#

Information submitted for publication on July 19, 2023 at 09:00 CET, through the care of the contact persons below.

For more information, contact:

Daniel Ljunggren, CEO
Phone: +46 706 68 00 15
[email protected]

Olof Engwall, Head of IR & Communications
Phone: +46 735 41 45 73
Email: olof.en[email protected]

About MilDef
Founded in 1997 in Helsingborg, Sweden, Milldef is a provider of tactical information technology for demanding environments. Tactical IT includes ruggedized electronics, software, and services. Today, MilDef’s products are sold to more than 160 customers through MilDef’s subsidiaries in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, USA and Australia, and through partner networks to more than 30 countries, mainly within the EU. Mildef is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.

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