Entegris Reports Preliminary Fourth-Quarter 2003 Results

Entegris, Inc. announced that it expects to report sales for the fourth fiscal quarter ended August 30, 2003 of approximately $71 million and per-share earnings of 2 to 3 cents.

Sales met the Company’s expectations, while earnings were lower than anticipated. The company expects to report full financial results on October 2, 2003, before 8:00 a.m. (EST).

“During the fourth quarter, we once again made progress in growing sales sequentially from third quarter 2003 in our new markets of services, life sciences and fuel cells,” said Jim Dauwalter, Entegris’ president and chief executive officer. “Semiconductor market sales increased slightly from the third quarter, while sales in our data storage market declined as anticipated. Increasing sales in our new markets is vital to our goal of expanding our materials integrity management leadership outside of the semiconductor and data storage markets. However, we are still in the investment stage in these new markets and are not currently generating margins comparable to our traditional markets.”

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