Given the Contribution of its Latest Acquisitions and Solid Organic Growth of its Two Groups, GLV Increases its Annual Revenues by 21% in 2007-2008



    
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    - Revenues reach $526.4 M, posting a close to 29% growth excluding the
      unfavourable impact of currency fluctuations: at constant exchange
      rates, the Water Treatment Group and the Pulp and Paper Group achieve
      revenue growth of 35% and 25% respectively.

    - GLV closes fiscal 2008 with a net loss of $3.6 M or $0.14 per share and
      normalized net earnings of $1.5 M or $0.06 per share.

    - The Water Treatment Group's profitability is temporarily affected by
      the loss incurred by the Salt Lake City (Utah) division, which has
      recently been restructured, and by the major changes implemented
      throughout the group's global organization to make its operational
      units more autonomous and further focused on their markets.

    - As at March 31, 2008, GLV's order backlog reaches a record high of
      $348 M, up 48.3% over the previous year (at constant exchange rates).
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    MONTREAL, June 5 /CNW Telbec/ - (All amounts are in Canadian dollars
unless otherwise indicated.) GLV Inc. ("GLV" or "the Company"; ticker symbols
LVG.A and LVG.B) discloses its financial results for the fiscal year ended
March 31, 2008. This period was largely dedicated to finalizing the
Arrangement between Groupe Laperrière & Verreault Inc. ("GL&V"), its
shareholders and the Danish company FLSmidth & Co. ("FLS"), which closed on
August 10, 2007, as well as separating the retained businesses, which involved
primarily the assets and activities of the Water Treatment Group's North
American operations. Fiscal 2008 was also highlighted by strong business
growth in both groups as well as by a significant restructuring and
reorganization of the Water Treatment Group to provide it with a more flexible
and profitable structure which is more aligned with its market objectives.

    Preliminary Comment on the Basis of Comparison
    ----------------------------------------------

    The analysis of results for fiscal 2008 must take into account the fact
that they only reflect GLV's actual consolidated results for the period
extending from August 9, 2007 - the official start of new GLV's operations
after the carve-out transaction - to March 31, 2008, whereas results for the
period extending from April 1 to August 8, 2007 consist of the combined
carve-out results of the businesses retained by GLV pursuant to the
Arrangement. The entire comparative 12-month period ended March 31, 2007
consists of the combined carve-out results of the Retained Businesses. The
combined carve-out results for fiscal 2007 and the first four months of fiscal
2008 are partly based on an allocation of corporate expenses using certain
assumptions. Although GLV believes these assumptions to be reasonable,
management wishes to point out that the comparison between results for the two
reporting periods may be difficult to make as regards certain items, in
particular general expenses, financial expenses and income taxes.
    Management would also like to point out that currency fluctuations,
especially the increase in the Canadian dollar in relation to the U.S. dollar
and to the pound Sterling, had a material unfavourable impact on fiscal 2008
results, in the amount of approximately $33.5 M on its revenues and $1.9 M on
its normalized EBITDA(1). Certain data in this press release are therefore
provided at constant exchange rates, where deemed appropriate by management.

    Consolidated and Combined Carve-Out Results for the Fiscal Year Ended
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    March 31, 2008
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    GLV's revenues grew by $92.1 M or 21.2% (28.9% growth at constant
exchange rates) to $526.4 M, driven by: (1) the additional contribution of
close to $60 M from the businesses acquired during fiscal 2007 and 2008 (net
of business disposals); and (2) a 15.1% organic growth (at constant exchange
rates), to which both groups contributed.
    The revenues of the Water Treatment Group (Eimco Water Technologies)
totalled $258.5 M, up by $53.1 M or 25.9% (35.1% at constant exchange rates)
over the previous year, due to:

    
    - the contribution of close to $32 M attributable to the acquisition of
      Enviroquip (12-month contribution in 2008 compared with nine months in
      2007), Copa (12-month contribution in 2008 compared with five and a
      half months in 2007) and AJM Environmental Services PTY ("AJM")
      (three-week contribution in 2008), less the non-strategic operations of
      Copa sold in 2007; and

    - a 19.7% organic growth (at constant exchange rates), due largely to the
      Enviroquip, Brackett Green and Copa divisions, all of which achieved a
      solid performance in their respective markets.

    Europe and North America respectively accounted for 46% and 43% of the
Water Treatment Group's revenues, the balance having been recorded mainly in
the Asia-Pacific region and the Middle East.
    The Pulp and Paper Group's revenues amounted to $257.5 M, up by $39.8 M or
18.3% (24.9% at constant exchange rates) due to:

    - the contribution of the pulp preparation technologies acquired in
      December 2006 (12-month contribution in 2008 compared with three months
      in 2007), combined with that of the other smaller-scale acquisitions
      made in the last two years; acquisitions brought a total additional
      contribution of approximately $28 M to revenues; and

    - a 12.0% organic growth (at constant exchange rates), due largely to the
      new chemical pulping technology centre in Karlstad, Sweden, set up
      subsequent to the December 2006 acquisition, through which the Pulp and
      Paper Group has booked several major contracts in the chemical pulp
      preparation segment.

    The trend in this group's revenues, formerly mostly concentrated in North
America, attests to a steady geographic diversification. Thus, while 46% of
its revenues are still recorded in North America, Europe and Russia accounted
for 29% of its revenues in 2008, whereas China has become its third largest
market, accounting for 12%.
    GLV recorded normalized EBITDA(1) of $18.0 M, excluding non-recurring
costs of $6.5 M directly related to the Arrangement and restructuring costs of
$1.4 M related primarily to severance pay in a Water Treatment Group division.
    The Water Treatment Group's normalized EBITDA decreased by 18.1% (14.8%
decrease at constant exchange rates) to $10.7 M. Its normalized EBITDA margin
as a percentage of revenues stood at 4.1% compared with 6.4% the previous
year. The decline in this group's profitability is largely due to the Salt
Lake City division, which incurred a normalized loss of $3.6 M in 2008,
including $2.9 M in the fourth quarter. In addition to being affected by
non-profitable contracts (a situation that GLV is currently turning around),
this division's operations were particularly disrupted by the carve-out
initiatives. Management is of the opinion that the restructuring carried out
at year-end will contribute to restore this division's profitability as of the
next fiscal year. In addition, the Water Treatment Group's operating
profitability was temporarily affected by the major changes implemented
throughout its global organization to increase its operational units'
accountability and better focus in their respective markets. This undertaking
proved relatively complex as the operational and financial management systems
of certain units overlapped, especially in Europe. The new operational model
set up worldwide provides the various regional teams with more autonomy and
responsibility so as to enable them to develop, with the support of technology
centres, water treatment solutions drawing on the full spectrum of GLV's
technologies, but specifically designed or adapted to each customer's needs.
Furthermore, the new structure is simpler in terms of levels of responsibility
and more flexible, and hence more conducive to profitability.
    Apart from these elements, the group's key performance factors were as
follows:

    - Enviroquip achieved and continues to achieve a solid performance in
      North America.

    - The integration of the European operations undertaken subsequent to
      prior-year acquisitions, and completed in 2008, will have a positive
      impact on their profitability.

    - Although it only contributed to annual results for the last three weeks
      of the fiscal year, the acquisition of AJM in Australia represents a
      favourable element in light of this new unit's value-added product line
      and competitive cost structure.

    The Pulp and Paper Group's EBITDA increased by 2.4% (13.1% growth at
constant exchange rates) to $15.6 M, while its normalized EBITDA margin as a
percentage of revenues stood at 6.1% compared with 7.0% the previous year.
Besides the unfavourable impact of currency fluctuations, this decline can be
explained by the fact that the profit margins on certain large-scale contracts
are weaker than those traditionally posted by the group because of the more
aggressive global positioning strategy it recently adopted to increase its
presence and visibility in growing product niches and regional markets.
    GLV's total amortization and financial expenses were up by $3.7 M, due
notably to the increased amortization of the Water Treatment Group's
intangible assets stemming from the Enviroquip and Copa acquisitions and the
recognition of a $0.9 M unrealized loss on derivative financial instruments in
2008, as opposed to a $1.4 M unrealized gain the previous year.
    GLV therefore closed the fiscal year with a net loss of $3.6 M or $0.14
per share. Excluding gains or losses on disposal of property, plant and
equipment and other assets, non-recurring costs directly related to the
Arrangement and restructuring costs (less related taxes), GLV posted
normalized net earnings of $1.5 M or $0.06 per share (basic and diluted),
compared with $4.4 M or $0.17 per share a year earlier. It should be pointed
out that certain combined carve-out items for fiscal 2007 and part of fiscal
2008 are not necessarily representative of what they would have been if the
retained businesses had been part of a stand-alone entity.

    Fourth-Quarter Consolidated Operating Results
    ---------------------------------------------

    For the three-month period ended March 31, 2008, consolidated revenues
amounted to $147.5 M, posting a 14.1% increase at constant exchange rates over
the same period in 2007, including a 15.7% organic growth. The Water Treatment
Group's quarterly revenues reached $69.8 M, posting a 5.2% organic growth (at
constant exchange rates). This relatively moderate revenue growth compared
with previous quarters can be explained by the execution, during the fourth
quarter of 2007, of a large-scale contract in Qatar. The Pulp and Paper
Group's revenues amounted to $74.9 M, posting a 29.1% increase at constant
exchange rates, due exclusively to organic growth. This performance can be
explained by the execution in progress of large-scale contracts, including the
$60 M order in Portugal.
    GLV's consolidated normalized EBITDA totalled $1.1 M. The Water Treatment
Group's normalized EBITDA decreased to $0.1 M, down from $7.4 M the previous
year, due largely to the $2.9 M normalized loss incurred by the Salt Lake City
division and the reorganization of several units worldwide. The Pulp and Paper
Group's EBITDA amounted to $4.4 M, down by $0.5 M or 8.7% at constant exchange
rates compared with the same period last year, owing to the contract execution
schedule and to the fact that profit margins on certain large-scale contracts
are lower than its historic average margins.
    GLV closed the fourth quarter with a normalized net loss of $1.2 M or
$0.05 per share (basic and diluted), compared with normalized net earnings of
$2.0 M or $0.08 per share (basic and diluted) the previous year.

    Strong Financial Position
    -------------------------

    As at March 31, 2008, GLV's total net debt amounted to $62.3 M,
representing 28.3% of total invested capital. On August 8, 2007, the Company
arranged credit facilities totalling $175 M. Furthermore, in April 2008, at
the beginning of fiscal 2009, GLV arranged a financing totalling $25 M with
the Solidarity Fund QFL by way of an additional credit facility, along with a
$15 M private placement of Class A shares. The proceeds from the private
placement were applied to reimburse the credit facilities used for the
acquisition of AJM. Consequently, as of today, the Company's net bank
indebtedness amounts to approximately $41 M for a total net debt ratio of
18.5%, while its unused credit facilities total $91.5 M. GLV is therefore in
an excellent financial position to pursue its development.

    Comment by Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
    ------------------------------------------------------------

    Pointing out that fiscal 2008 was, above all, a transition period between
the former GL&V and new GLV, and despite the Water Treatment Group's lower
profitability, Laurent Verreault said that he is satisfied with the business
development achieved by both groups and the impressive work done by GLV's team
in carrying out the transition and rapidly laying down the organizational and
financial bases that will support the new corporation's growth. "Within a few
months, we closed an almost $1 billion transaction that created substantial
shareholder value, successfully completed the complex carve-out operation,
implemented a more decentralized and entrepreneurial organizational model
throughout our Water Treatment Group worldwide, and restructured the Salt Lake
City division. The size and complexity of these operations did not slow down
the development of our groups. On the contrary, in addition to a promising
acquisition in the industrial water treatment segment in Australia, both of
GLV's groups posted sustained organic growth and ended the fiscal year with
record order backlogs." The significant achievements of the fiscal year ended
March 31, 2008 point to one particular fact: that GLV has inherited GL&V's
ability to map out winning strategies and to execute them in a timely and
efficient manner."

    Order Backlog and Outlook
    -------------------------

    GLV's order backlog stood at a record high of $348.0 M as at March 31,
2008; at constant exchange rates, this represents increases of 48.3% over
March 31, 2007 and of 8.5% over December 31, 2007. The Water Treatment Group's
order backlog reached $185.6 M, up by 26.2% and 8% (at constant exchange
rates) over March 31 and December 31, 2007 respectively. This increase is
attributable to the acquisition of AJM coupled with a solid organic growth,
including the sustained development of the Enviroquip division in the United
States and the recent booking of a contract worth close to $10 M for the City
of Barcelona. The Pulp and Paper Group's order backlog totalled $152.5 M at
fiscal year-end, up by 90.1% and 6.7% (at constant exchange rates) over March
31 and December 31, 2007 respectively. This exclusively organic growth relates
primarily to chemical pulping technologies and filters, two niches in which
several of its products are global leaders. In the aftermarket, which
accounted for 51% of its revenues in 2008, the Pulp and Paper Group maintains
solid activity in North America and is gradually expanding its presence in
Europe as well as in emerging markets in South America and Asia.
    President and Chief Operating Officer Richard Verreault says he is
confident as to GLV's performance in 2009 and the years ahead. "Based on the
order backlog, current conditions in our various markets and the recent
acquisition of AJM, we expect that consolidated revenues will range between
$570 M and $600 M in fiscal 2009. We also believe that GLV's profitability,
and more particularly that of the Water Treatment Group, will benefit from
several favourable factors, including the restructuring of the Salt Lake City
division, the reorganization of our worldwide operations based on a model that
brings us closer to our markets, and the acquisition of AJM: a dynamic company
with strong growth potential in its regional market.
    "In upcoming quarters, while continuing to grow its business in the
municipal segment, our Water Treatment Group will seek, through acquisitions
and organic growth, to broaden its customer base in the industrial segment, to
build its aftermarket business, and to increase its presence in the most
dynamic regions. This group, which already benefits from an extensive
portfolio of recognized high-performance technologies, will seek to integrate
other cutting-edge technologies into its product selection in order to
position itself as a provider of comprehensive value-added and
high-performance solutions, primarily for the treatment and recycling of
municipal and industrial wastewater and process water."
    "Our Pulp and Paper Group is also in a sound position to continue its
growth, given the significant progress it has made over the last two to three
years to adapt its technological portfolio to the evolving needs of the global
pulp and paper industry and to establish its presence in the most dynamic
geographic markets. Its new technology centre in Karlstad (Sweden) represents
a key advantage in view of pursuing its international development,
establishing its credibility as a global leader, and improving its
profitability."
    "I wish to emphasize that our foremost objective is to build GLV according
to a long-term vision, largely based on the Water Treatment Group's
development. Therefore, the Company's success will be measured by its capacity
to create shareholder value over the long term. In the coming years, while
striving to optimize our profitability, all our decisions and initiatives will
be guided by our commitment to ensuring GLV's long-term growth and
leadership," concluded Richard Verreault.

    About GLV Inc.
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    GLV Inc. is a leading global provider of technological solutions used in
water treatment and pulp and paper production. Its Water Treatment Group (also
known worldwide as "Eimco Water Technologies") specializes in the design and
international marketing of solutions for the treatment and recycling of
municipal and industrial wastewater and water used in various industrial
processes. It also offers water intake screening solutions for power stations
and desalination plants. With its extensive technological portfolio, the group
is positioned to provide comprehensive solutions for the filtration,
clarification, treatment and purification of water that will either be
returned into the environment, or be re-used in various industrial processes
or for domestic purposes. Its Pulp and Paper Group specializes in the design
and global marketing of equipment and systems used in various stages of pulp
and paper production, notably chemical pulping, pulp preparation and sheet
formation and finishing. This group ranks among the foremost players in its
industry and is a recognized leader in rebuilding, upgrading and optimization
services for existing equipment, as well as the sale of spare parts. GLV is
present in some 30 countries and has close to 1,700 employees.


    Operating Results

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    (in thousands of $,     Fiscal Years Ended March 31,
     except per-share
     data)
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                                                             Variance 2008
                                     Twelve months              vs 2007
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                               2008      2007      2006         $         %
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    Revenues:
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      Water Treatment       258,456   205,358   112,501    53,098      25.9%
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      Pulp and Paper        257,505   217,674   218,028    39,831      18.3%
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      Other and
       eliminations          10,432    11,222    11,852      (790)     (7.0%)
                            --------- --------- --------- --------- ---------
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    Total                   526,393   434,254   342,381    92,139      21.2%
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    Operating margin        108,979    95,308    73,411    13,671      14.3%
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    EBITDA                   10,125    23,701    15,887   (13,576)    (57.3%)
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    Arrangement-related
     costs and restructuring
     expenses:
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      Water Treatment         1,010         -         -     1,010         -
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      Pulp and Paper            536         -         -       536         -
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      Other and eliminations  6,314         -         -     6,314         -
                            --------- --------- --------- --------- ---------
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    Total                     7,860         -         -     7,860         -
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    Normalized EBITDA(1):
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      Water Treatment        10,722    13,089     5,418    (2,367)    (18.1%)
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      Pulp and Paper         15,587    15,215    17,354       372       2.4%
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      Other and
       eliminations          (8,341)   (6,443)   (5,639)   (1,898)     29.5%
                            --------- --------- --------- --------- ---------
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    Total                    17,968    21,861    17,133    (3,893)    (17.8%)
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    Amortization:
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      Water Treatment         5,205     4,397       521       808      18.4%
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      Pulp and Paper          2,998     2,771     2,302       227       8.2%
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      Other and
       eliminations           2,869     2,413     2,233       456      18.9%
                            --------- --------- --------- --------- ---------
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    Total                    11,072     9,581     5,056     1,491      15.6%
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    Normalized EBIT(2):
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      Water Treatment         5,517     8,692     4,897    (3,175)    (36.5%)
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      Pulp and Paper         12,589    12,444    15,052       145       1.2%
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      Other and
       eliminations         (11,210)   (8,856)   (7,872)   (2,354)     26.6%
                            --------- --------- --------- --------- ---------
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    Total                     6,896    12,280    12,077    (5,384)    (43.8%)
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    Financial expenses        5,094     2,902     1,943     2,192      75.5%
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    Income taxes             (2,431)    5,749     2,934    (8,180)   (142.3%)
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    Net earnings (loss)      (3,610)    5,469     5,954    (9,079)   (166.0%)
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     - per share (basic
        and diluted)          (0.14)     0.22      0.23     (0.36)   (163.6%)
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    Normalized net earnings
     (loss)(3)                1,488     4,429     5,954    (2,941)    (66.4%)
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     - per share (basic
        and diluted)           0.06      0.17      0.23     (0.11)    (64.7%)
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    Summary Consolidated Balance Sheet as at March 31, 2008
    and Combined Carve-Out Balance Sheet as at March 31, 2007 and 2006

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     (in thousands of $)                       March 31, March 31, March 31,
                                                   2008      2007      2006
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    Total assets                                383,004   371,816   217,673
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    Shareholders' /invested equity              158,249   116,418    94,498
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    Available short-term cash(1)                 18,724    18,057    18,579
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    Long-term liabilities(2)                     87,064   117,567    41,773
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    Total net debt(3)                            62,322    92,879    17,288
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    (1) Includes cash and cash equivalents
    (2) Includes long-term debt, pension plan liabilities and advances from
        companies of GL&V.
    (3) Consists of long-term debt and advances from companies of GL&V, less
        available cash.


    Order Backlogs(1)

    (in thousands of $)
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                              March  December September      June     March
                                 31,       31,       30,       30,       31,
                               2008      2007      2007      2007      2007
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    Water Treatment Group   185,639   164,644   174,408   178,205   162,574
    Pulp and paper Group    152,454   129,933   151,081   143,276    79,494
    Manufacturing Unit        9,903     6,016     5,750     3,768     4,969
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    Total                   347,996   300,593   331,239   325,249   247,037

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    (1) During fiscal 2008, the Company changed the presentation of the order
        backlog. Thus, instead of presenting combined segmented eliminations
        as was done formerly, these eliminations are now deducted directly
        from the order backlogs of the respective groups. The presentation of
        order backlogs for previous quarters has been adjusted accordingly.
        Although this presentation does not change the total order backlog,
        management believes that it offers a more accurate picture of the
        different groups' end-of-period order backlogs.



    (1) Earnings before amortization, financial expenses, income taxes,
        non-recurring costs directly related to the Arrangement,
        restructuring costs and gains or losses on disposal of property,
        plant and equipment and other assets.

    (2) Earnings before financial expenses, income taxes, non-recurring costs
        directly related to the Arrangement, restructuring costs and gains or
        losses on disposal of property, plant and equipment and other assets.

    (3) Earnings before non-recurring costs directly related to the
        Arrangement, restructuring costs and gains or losses on disposal of
        property, plant and equipment and other assets (net of related income
        taxes).

    (4) Normalized EBITDA, normalized EBIT and normalized net earnings are
        not performance measures consistent with Canadian generally accepted
        accounting principles ("GAAP"). The information regarding measures
        not consistent with Canadian GAAP is contained in the Management's
        Report filed on SEDAR and on the Company's website (www.glv.com) as
        at June 5, 2008.

    (5) Certain statements that describe GLV Inc.'s objectives, projections,
        estimates, expectations or forecasts may constitute forward-looking
        statements within the meaning of securities legislation. GLV's
        management would like to point out that, by their very nature,
        forward-looking statements involve a number of risks and
        uncertainties such that the Company's actual and future results could
        differ materially from those indicated. Factors of uncertainty and
        risk that might result in such differences include trends in the
        demand for the Company's products and cost of its raw materials,
        fluctuations in the value of various currencies, pressures exerted on
        prices by the competition, compliance with environmental legislation
        and general changes in economic conditions. There can be no assurance
        as to the materialization of the results, performance or achievements
        as expressed in or underlying the forward-looking statements. Unless
        required to do so pursuant to applicable securities legislation,
        GLV's management assumes no obligation as to the updating or revision
        of the forward-looking statements as a result of new information,
        future events or other changes.

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                       CONFERENCE CALL WITH INVESTORS
                         ON RESULTS FOR FISCAL 2008

               Thursday, June 5, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. (Montreal)

    To participate in the conference call, please 1-800-731-6941 a few
    minutes before the start of the call. For those unable to participate, a
    taped re-broadcast will be available Thursday, June 5, 2008 from
    4:00 p.m. until midnight, Thursday, June 12, 2008, by dialing
    1-877-289-8525; access code 21273298 #. THE CONFERENCE CALL
    (AUDIO) WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT WWW.GLV.COM. Members of the media are
    invited to listen in.
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    Management's Report and the financial statements and accompanying notes
    are filed effective today on SEDAR's website (www.sedar.com) and the
    Company's website (www.glv.com).
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For further information:

For further information: Marc Barbeau, CA, Executive Vice-President and
Chief Financial Officer, (514) 284-2224, marc.barbeau@glv.com; www.glv.com

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