Air Liquide Plc Announces Date for 61st AGM

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By Adedapo Adesanya

Industrial service company, Air Liquide Nigeria Plc, has announced date for its closure of register ahead of its Annual General Meeting (AGM) next month.

This was disclosed in a notice sent on Wednesday, May 13, to the NASD Over-the-Counter (OTC) Securities Exchange, where it trades its stocks.

The company noted that its closure of register will be from Monday, May 18 to Wednesday, May 20, all dates inclusive.

This means only shareholders who own shares of Air Liquide Plc before this date will be paid the dividends recommended by the board.

However, the amount to be paid as dividend was not stated in the public notice filed to the NASD Exchange yesterday.

The company also said its board will meet with shareholders to discuss at the 61st Annual General Meeting which will hold on Thursday, June 18, 2020.

This has been scheduled to take place at Sheraton Hotels and Towers located at Mobolaji Bank-Anthony Way, Ikeja Lagos from 12 pm.

Air Liquide Nigeria Plc supplies industrial and medical gases. The company offers argon, acetylene, nitrogen, medical oxygen, nitrous oxide, and specialty gases.

Air Liquide Nigeria serves healthcare, steel, automotive, fabrication, food and beverage, and oil and gas industries.

At as Thursday morning, its share price was trading at N6 per share at NASD OTC bourse.

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