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Aim Rule 26

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Description of business

Ashtead Technology is a leading subsea equipment rental and solutions provider for the global offshore energy sector.

Ashtead Technology’s specialist equipment, advanced-technologies and support services enable its customers to understand the subsea environment and manage offshore energy production infrastructure. The Company’s service offering is applicable across the lifecycle of offshore wind farms and offshore oil and gas infrastructure. Headquartered in the UK, the Company operates globally, servicing customers from its nine international customer service hubs.

In the fast-growing offshore wind sector, Ashtead Technology’s specialist equipment and services are essential through the project development, construction and installation phase. Once wind farms are operational, Ashtead Technology supports customers with inspection, maintenance and repair (“IMR”). In the more mature oil and gas sector, Ashtead Technology’s focus is on IMR and decommissioning.

Directors and responsibilities

Corporate governance

Country of incorporation and operation

Ashtead Technology Holdings plc is incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 and registered in England and Wales with registered number 13424040. Its main country of operation is the United Kingdom.

Takeovers and mergers

The Company is subject to the UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers.

Advisers and contacts

Documents and presentations

Regulatory news

Exchanges of trading platforms

Ashtead Technology Holdings plc’s ordinary shares are admitted to trading on AIM, a market regulated by the London Stock Exchange. Ashtead Technology Holdings plc has not applied or agreed to have any of its securities admitted or traded on any other exchange or trading platforms.

Restrictions on the transfer of securities

There are no restrictions on the transfer of securities.

Shareholder information

Admission document and constitutional documents