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  1. The Daetwyler GroupComponent and Solution Providerto Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical and Datacom Industries

  2. Highlights • International multi-niche player • Component and solution providerto manufacturing, pharmaceutical and datacom industries • Global presence • Four divisions • Revenue of some CHF 1400 million • More than 4700 employees • Established in 1915 • Listed on the SWX Swiss Exchange, Zurich

  3. Our Strategic Focus • Growing as a multi-niche player • Focusing on niches with • growth potential • opportunities for differentiation • high entry barriers • Consolidating or building a leading position in each niche • Continuously improving productivity • Increasing value added • Fostering an ‘entrepreneurial culture' througha decentralised organisation

  4. Global Market Niches About one third of revenue generated as a global niche leader Strategic thrusts • Geographical expansion • Differentiation through innovation • Increasing value added

  5. Regional Market Niches About two thirds of revenue generated as a regional niche leader Strategic thrusts • Deepening market penetration • Expanding the range of products and services • Positioning as a solution and service provider

  6. Key Statistics Figures incl. Precision Tubes Division (sold on 28 December 2007)

  7. Net revenue EBITDA EBIT Net Profit +17.7% +186.9% +27.7% 219.5 +52.1% Gain on disposal of Precision Tubes Division111.5 Tax asset 15.9 CHFm Profitable Growth and Record Earnings • Focus on niches pays off • 2007 net profit includes gain on disposal of Precision Tubes Division Figures incl. Precision Tubes Division (sold on 28 December 2007)

  8. Global Presence Switzerland12 companies Rest of EuropeAustria 2Baltic States 3Belgium 1Czech Republic 2France 4 Germany 6Italy 3Luxembourg 1Netherlands 2Poland 1Scandinavia 3UK 1Ukraine 2 AmericaUSA 2 AsiaChina 2Singapore 1 OPERATING COMPANIES ONLY

  9. Net Revenue Performance by Region Asia / other 8% Europe 85% Swiss share 35.7 % North America 7% +19.8% +/-0% +17.7% +12.9% CHFm 2004 2005 2006 2007 2004 2004 2006 2005 2005 2006 2007 2007 Generated outside Switzerland 2007 69.7% (i.V. 69.7%) figures incl. Precision Tubes Division (sold as at 2007-12-28 )

  10. Ownership Structure Shareholders’ agreement between the shareholders of Daetwyler Fuehrungs AG, who are also Directors of Pema Holding AG and Daetwyler Holding Inc. Daetwyler Fuehrungs AG CHF 0.1m share capital Pema Holding AG CHF 1.1m share capital (holds 80% of votes /51.8% of capital in Daetwyler Holding Inc.) Free float 20% of votes / 48.2% of capital Daetwyler Holding Inc. CHF 85m share capital (incl. unissued shares)

  11. Milestones in Company History 1915: Adolf Daetwyler took over the management of the Swiss Wire and Rubber works in Altdorf 1920: Adolf Daetwyler became majority shareholder (management buyout) 1958: Incorporation of Daetwyler Holding Inc.; Peter und Max Daetwyler took over the operational management 1976: Incorporation of Helvoet Pharma in Belgium 1979: Technical Components set up as an independent Group Division 1986: IPO, listing on the SWX Swiss Exchange 1990: Succession plan put in place; Peter and Max Daetwyler withdrew from the operational management 2007: Daetwyler Precision Tubes Division sold to theGerman Benteler Group 2008: Catalogue distribution business strengthened with the acquisition of the Swedish ELFA Group

  12. CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICERC E O Paul J. Haelg CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICERC F O Silvio A. Magagna CABLESJohannes Mueller RUBBER Dirk Lambrecht PHARMACEUTICALPACKAGING Guido Wallraff TECHNICALCOMPONENTS Paul J. Haelg Organisational Structure of the Group

  13. Products Markets Our Four Divisions

  14. Netrevenuein CHFm PY EBIT as% of NR PY Capitalturnover PY Employeenumbers PY Our Divisions in 2007

  15. Cables

  16. Altdorf headquarters (Switzerland) Shanghai plant (China) Suzhou plant (China) Cables

  17. Cables • Products and services: System solutions and services for electrical building infrastructure including data networks, safety cabling systems, elevator cabling systems and building automation • Target groups:Manufacturing industry, banks, insurance companies, telecom carriers, public authorities, transport infrastructure, general contractors • 2007 net revenue: CHF 271 Mio. • 2007 employees: 781 • Company: Daetwyler Cables

  18. Net revenue in CHFmEBIT as % of net revenue 7.6% (8.9%) (3.2%) 3.0% Cables Strong organic growth – gains in market share Highlights • Market position strengthened in core markets • Promising market development in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Asia • Strategic expansion of systems expertise • Productivity enhancement project successfully implemented at the main Altdorf facility +20.6%

  19. Rubber

  20. Main Schattdorf plant (Switzerland) Schattdorf mixing facility (Switzerland) Marion plant (SC/USA) Rubber

  21. Rubber • Products and services: Precision moulded rubber components and extruded profiles for sealing solutions • Target groups:Automotive, construction and manufacturing industries • 2007 net revenue: CHF 154m • 2007 employees: 1 038 • Company: Daetwyler Rubber

  22. Net revenue in CHFmEBIT as % of net revenue 2.5% 5.9% 4.7% 5.7% Rubber Market position strengthened – healthy project pipeline Highlights • Position strengthened as a development partner for global automotive suppliers • Honoured with the "Bosch Supplier Award" • Increased manufacturing at facilities in low-cost countries – including Mexico from 2008 • Focus on speciality profiles for civil engineering – disposal of sheet products +9.5%

  23. Pharmaceutical Packaging

  24. Alken plant (Belgium) Pregnana Milanese plant (Italy) Ittersbach plant (Germany) Pharmaceutical Packaging

  25. Pharmaceutical Packaging • Products and services: Rubber, plastic and aluminium closures for injectable drugs, diagnostics and drug delivery systems • Target groups:Pharmaceutical industry: drug and system manufacturers • 2007 net revenue: CHF 261m • 2007 employees: 1 317 • Companies: Helvoet Pharma

  26. Net revenue in CHFmEBIT as % of net revenue 11.3% 12.1% 13.3% 11.1% Pharmaceutical Packaging Solid organic growth – investing in a stronger market position Highlights • Expansion of business with major strategic customers • Focus on high-end pharmaceutical and biotech applications • Successful enhancements to the Omniflex coated product line • Substantial capital expenditure programme +8.0%

  27. Technical Components

  28. Maagtechnic in Dübendorf (Switzerland) Distrelec in Nänikon-Uster (Switzerland) ELFA in Järfälla (Sweden) Technical Components

  29. Technical Components • Products and services:Specialist and catalogue distribution of engineering and electronic components (more than 300,000 standard items) • Target groups:Manufacturing industry and small to medium-sized businesses, maintenance repair operations (MRO), original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) • 2007 net revenue: CHF 491m • 2007 employees: 1 112 • Companies:Maagtechnic, Daetwyler Electronics, RevolDistrelec, ELFA, Schuricht, Proditec 2007 figures excl. ELFA (acquired in 2008)

  30. Net revenue in CHFmEBIT as % of net revenue 5.3% 8.6% 9.9% 4.3% Technical Components Growth accelerated by acquisitions Highlights • Integration of acquisitions (Revol and Proditec) and realisation of synergy potential according to plan • Maagtechnic’s market activities extended to France and the Czech Republic • Distrelec’s market positions strengthened in EastEuropean countries • Catalogue distribution reinforced by the ELFA acquisition in 2008 +25.2% 2007 figures excl. ELFA (acquired in 2008)

  31. Daetwyler – Component and Solution Provider to Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical and Datacom Industries