On 6 January, Copeinca Peru purchased 9,500 shares of Copeinca ASA at an average rate of NOK 32.9263.
On 12 January, Copeinca Peru purchased 9,500 shares of Copeinca ASA at an average rate of NOK 33.0368.
These transactions are part of a share buy-back program, authorized by the Board of Directors of Copeinca ASA according to the authorization granted to the Board at the Annual General Meeting of Copeinca ASA held on 20 May 2011.
After this transaction Copeinca Peru holds 823,805 own shares.
For further information, please refer to the minutes from the Annual General Meeting which are attached to the stock exchange notice dated 20 May 2011 or please contact Eduardo Castro Mendivil, CFO of Copeinca ASA, on telephone + 511 213 4000.
This information is subject of the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.
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About Copeinca ASA
Copeinca ASA is one of the largest fishmeal and fish oil producers in Peru. The Company produces its fishmeal and fish oil from anchovy harvested off the coast of Peru, and most of its production is exported. Key countries for export are China, Japan, Germany, Canada, Chile and Denmark. Typical customers are fish and animal feed producers as well as refineries for omega-3 products. Copeinca ASA runs its operations out of Lima and has its own fleet. Copeinca ASA operates 5 plants located in strategic locations all around the Peruvian coast line. The company has around 1,400 part and full time employees.
Please visit www.copeinca.com
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