Save GrafTech, an investor group led by Nathan Milikowsky, a holder of over 15 million shares of GrafTech International Ltd. (NYSE: GTI), or over 11.2% of the Company’s common stock, is sending a letter to GrafTech’s shareholders outlining seven important facts about GrafTech and its incumbent Board, which has overseen severe and prolonged shareholder value destruction. Save GrafTech believes that change at the Board level is necessary to rectify the strategic, operational and cultural issues facing GrafTech and urges shareholders to vote their BLUE proxy card FOR all of Save GrafTech’s director nominees today. Save GrafTech’s proxy statement and detailed presentation are available at www.sec.gov and www.SaveGrafTech.com. Included below is the full text of the letter to GrafTech’s shareholders: April 28, 2014 Dear Fellow GrafTech Shareholder: We write to you again on behalf of the “Save GrafTech” investor group less than three weeks before GrafTech’s Annual Meeting on May 15. As you decide which director nominees deserve your support, we ask you to consider seven important facts about GrafTech that are outlined in the attached. GrafTech’s incumbent directors have overseen severe and prolonged shareholder value destruction, and we firmly believe that change at the Board level is necessary to rectify the strategic, operational and cultural issues facing GrafTech -- and to get the Company back on a path of creating value for you. Save GrafTech is asking you to support our three highly qualified independent candidates for election to GrafTech’s Board. David Jardini, Karen Finerman and Nathan Milikowsky collectively have the industry experience and financial acumen to drive productive discussions about issues impacting the business and generate ideas that will create lasting value for shareholders. If elected, we would immediately work hand-in-hand with GrafTech’s other directors to revitalize a company that is capable of competing effectively and generating strong cash flows across the business cycle.