Carpenter Technology's CEO Hosts Investor & Analyst Conference Call (Transcript)

Carpenter Technology Corporation (CRS)

Investor & Analyst Conference Call

September 7, 2012 9:00 am ET

Executives

Michael A. Hajost – Investor Relations

William A. Wulfsohn – President and Chief Executive Officer

K. Douglas Ralph – Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Mark S. Kamon – Senior Vice President - Commercial, Specialty Alloys Operations

Andrew T. Ziolkowski – Senior Vice President - Latrobe Operations

Sanjay Guglani – Vice President - Premium Engineered Products

David L. Strobel – Senior Vice President - Global Operations

Timothy R. Armstrong – Vice President - Research and Product Commercialization

Analysts

Josh Sullivan – Sterne, Agee & Leach

Gautam Khanna – Cowen & Co., LLC

Lloyd T. O'Carroll – Davenport & Company

R. Bentley Offutt – Offutt Securities

John A. Paulson – Citigroup

Edward Marshall – Sidoti & Company, LLC

Josh Sullivan – Sterne, Agee & Leach, Inc.

Michael Gambardella – JPMorgan

Presentation

Michael A. Hajost

Good morning, everyone. Welcome to Carpenter Technology's September 2012 Investor Day. My name is Mike Hajost, I am the Vice President of Investor Relations and Treasurer for Carpenter. It's great to see a full room with some of the familiar faces here in New York City. And I also want to acknowledge and thank all those who are participating on our live webcast as well this morning.

We have a very forward agenda this morning, which includes a very detailed presentation. And within the presentation, we are going to be making forward-looking statements, so that's really important that you read and understand our disclosures that we've got on page two of the presentation.

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