Zotefoams’ CEO David Stirling and CFO Gary McGrath present results for the company, which makes foam used in Nike shoes.
Zotefoams (LSE:ZTF)' CEO David Stirling and CFO Gary McGrath present their interim results and answer a range of investor questions. The event, held on the 10 August 2021, is brought to you by our friends at Investor Meet Company.
About the company
Zotefoams is engaged in the manufacturing of polymer foam using bespoke autoclave technology to produce foams with unique attributes. Its block foams are sold under the AZOTE and ZOTEK brand names. The company serves automotive, aerospace, packaging, industrial parts, marine, building and construction, military, medical and the sports and leisure industry. It has a relationship with Nike (NYSE:NKE) among other well-known names.
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