Harsco Corporation (HSC) Analyst Day Conference Call December 9, 2011 8:00 a.m. ET Executives Eugene Truett - Vice President, Investor Relations & Credit Salvatore Fazzolari - Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Ivor Harrington - Executive Vice President & Group CEO of Harsco Infrastructure Galdino Claro - Executive Vice President and Group CEO of Harsco Metals and Materials Scott Jacoby - Vice President of Harsco Corp and Group President of Harsco Rail Scott Gerson - Vice President and Group President of Harsco Industrial Stephen Schnoor - Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer Analysts Jeff Hammond - KeyBanc Capital Markets James Lucas - Janney Montgomery Scott Steve Wilson - Lapides Asset Management Charles Garland - Hamlin Capital Management Scott Graham - Jefferies & Company Scott Blumenthal - Emerald Research PresentationEugene Truett
Welcome everyone to our Annual Analyst Day for Harsco Corporation. I’d also like to welcome our webcast participants this morning. For those of you who may not know me, my name is Gene Truett and I’m Harsco’s Vice President, Investor Relations and Credit. Before we start our formal presentation today, I would like to read a summary of our Safe Harbor statement. Our discussions with you today, including our response to your questions, are likely to contain forward-looking statements. These statements relate to future operations, results, expectations and other aspects of our business. Our statements are based on current information, expectations and beliefs. While our statements are based on the best information currently available, future results could differ materially from the statements made to you today. Possible reasons for any difference between our statements today and actual results could be the result of certain risk factors and uncertainties which we have listed and discussed in our various filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. We invite you to review these at your convenience. A more comprehensive safe harbor statement is on page one of your program booklet.