NEENAH, Wisc., June 8, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Plexus Corp. (Nasdaq:PLXS) is hosting a meeting on June 9, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois, to update investors on the Company and its strategy, growth initiatives and financial performance. The program will include presentations from Dean Foate, President and Chief Executive Officer, as well as other members of the Company's senior management team. The event, which runs from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Central Time (CT), is being held at the Westin Chicago North Shore in Wheeling, IL.
During the meeting, Plexus will confirm its prior fiscal third quarter guidance of revenue from $550 to $580 million and EPS, excluding any restructuring or similar charges, in the range of $0.52 to $0.57, including approximately $0.07 per share of stock-based compensation expense.
Individuals who are not able to attend the meeting in person will be able to view a webcast at: . A replay of the presentations will be available at the Company's website: until 11:59 p.m. CT on July 9, 2011.
About Plexus Corp. – The Product Realization Company
Plexus ( www.plexus.com ) delivers optimized Product Realization solutions through a unique Product Realization Value Stream service model. This customer focused services model seamlessly integrates innovative product conceptualization, design, commercialization, manufacturing, fulfillment, and sustaining services to deliver comprehensive end-to-end solutions for customers in the America, European and Asia-Pacific regions.
Plexus is the industry leader in servicing mid-to-low volume, higher complexity customer programs characterized by unique flexibility, technology, quality and regulatory requirements. Award-winning customer service is provided to over 100 branded product companies in the Wireline/Networking, Wireless Infrastructure, Medical, Industrial/Commercial and Defense/Security/Aerospace market sectors.
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