Argan, Inc. (AGX) Q1 2024 Earnings Call Transcript

Argan, Inc. (NYSE:AGX) Q1 2024 Earnings Convention Name June 8, 2023 5:00 PM ET

Firm Contributors

John Nesbitt – IMS, Investor Relations

David Watson – President and Chief Govt Officer

Richard Deily – Senior Vice President, Chief Monetary Officer, Treasurer & Company Secretary

Convention Name Contributors

Rob Brown – Lake Road Capital Markets

Chris Moore – CJS Securities


Good night, girls and gents, and welcome to the Argan Inc. Convention Name for First Quarter Fiscal 2024 Ended April 30, 2023. This name is being recorded. All individuals have been positioned on a listen-only mode. Following administration’s remarks, the decision might be opened for questions. There’s a slide presentation that accompanies right this moment’s remarks, which might be accessed through the webcast.

At the moment, it’s my pleasure to show the ground over to your host for right this moment, John Nesbett of IMS, Investor Relations. Please go forward.

John Nesbitt

Thanks. Good night, and welcome to our convention name to debate Argan’s outcomes for the primary quarter of fiscal yr 2024 ended April 30, 2023. On the decision right this moment, now we have David Watson, Chief Govt Officer.

I am going to take a second to learn the Secure Harbor assertion. Statements made throughout this convention name and offered within the presentation which might be based mostly on historic info are forward-looking statements. Such statements embrace however will not be restricted to projections or statements of future objectives and targets relating to the corporate’s revenues and earnings.

These statements are topic to identified and unknown elements and dangers. The corporate’s precise outcomes, efficiency or achievements could differ materially from these expressed or implied by these forward-looking statements and by a number of the elements and dangers that might trigger or contribute to such materials variations have been described on this afternoon’s press launch and Argan’s submitting with the US Securities and Alternate

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