LAKE FOREST, Ill. (April 15, 2014) — Automotive supplier Tenneco Inc. plans to issue its first quarter 2014 earnings release before the market opens on Monday, April 28.
The company said it will hold a conference call at 10 a.m. ET (9 a.m. Central time) that day to discuss the results of operations for the last fiscal quarter, as well as provide updated information regarding matters impacting the Tenneco’s outlook. The conference call will be hosted by Gregg Sherrill, chairman and CEO, Hari Nair, chief operating officer, and Ken Trammell, executive vice president and chief financial officer.
To access the conference, participants should call 888-282-0172 (domestic) or 630-395-0312 (international) and use the pass code: TENNECO. A call playback will be available one hour following completion of the call on April 28 through May 28. To access the archived conference, call 866-430-8796 (domestic) or 203-369-0942 (international).
The Lake Forest-based company also will host a ‘‘listen only’’ broadcast on its website on the ‘‘Financial/Investors’’ page. To access it, participants should go to the website at least 15 minutes prior to the start of the call to register and download and install any necessary audio software. Accompanying slides will be available in the investor section of the site. A replay of this webcast will be available on the Tenneco website through May 28.
The firm plans to hold its remaining 2014 quarterly earnings conference calls on Monday, July 28 for the second quarter and Monday, October 27 for third quarter results.
Tenneco designs, manufactures and markets clean air and ride performance products and systems for automotive and commercial vehicle original equipment markets and the aftermarket under the principal brand names Monroe, Walker, XNOx and CleviteElastomer.
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