Shareholder’s FAQ

When was Logistec Corporation incorporated?

Logistec Corporation was incorporated on February 29, 1952, under the name Quebec Terminals Ltd. and later changed its name to Logistec Corporation on April 15, 1969, just prior to becoming a publicly traded company.

When did Logistec Corporation become public?

Logistec Corporation’s shares were first listed on the Toronto and Montréal Stock Exchanges on September 24, 1969.

Where are your shares traded?

Today, Logistec’s shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX).

What are Logistec’s ticker symbols?

TSX – LGT.A for Class A Common Shares

TSX – LGT.B for Class B Subordinate Voting Shares

Why does Logistec have two classes of shares and what are the differences?

In 1985, the common shares of Logistec Corporation were converted into Class A Common Shares and Class B Subordinate Voting Shares were created to be issued under the Quebec Stock Savings Plan (QSSP). Class A Common Shares carry 30 votes per share and can be converted (on a one-for-one basis) to Class B Subordinate Voting Shares at the holder’s discretion. Class B Subordinate Voting Shares carry one vote per share, entitle their holders to receive a dividend equal to 110% of dividends declared on Class A Common Shares, and carry coattail provisions.

How often does Logistec pay dividends to shareholders?

The following table describes the 2020 dividend payments schedule, which are all eligible dividends for Canada Revenue Agency purposes.

The Board of Directors has maintained the dividend payment for now, and will review the decision at the next Board meetings, depending on the evolution of the economic crisis.

 

 

Has the company stock ever been split?

Yes, the Logistec shares have been split twice in the past. On May 14, 1999, both classes of shares (LGT.A and LGT.B) were split 3 for 1. On May 7, 2014, both classes of shares (LGT.A and LGT.B) were split 2 for 1.

Does the company have a major shareholder?

Yes, Logistec Corporation is controlled by Sumanic Investments Inc., which controls approximately 75% of the voting rights. The voting shares of Sumanic Investments are held as to 33 1/3% each by 3127419 Canada Inc., 3127401 Canada Inc. and 3127397 Canada Inc. Ms. Suzanne Paquin holds the voting rights of 3127419 Canada Inc. as to 100%, Ms. Madeleine Paquin holds the voting rights of 3127401 Canada Inc. as to 100% and Ms. Nicole Paquin holds the voting rights of 3127397 Canada Inc. as to 100%.

What is Logistec Corporation’s fiscal year end?

Logistec’s fiscal year end is December 31.

Where are the company’s headquarters?

Logistec Corporation’s headquarters are located at 360 St. Jacques Street, Suite 1500, Montréal, QC H2Y 1P5.

Who are the company’s independent auditor?

KPMG LLP

Who is the transfer agent?

Computershare Investor Services Inc.

1500 University, Suite 700

Montréal, QC H3A 3S8

How can you obtain financial reports on Logistec Corporation?

All publicly released financial reports of the company may be obtained in the Investor Relations section of our website under Reports and Filings. You may also contact the company c/o Jean-Claude Dugas, CPA, CA, Vice-President, Finance, 360 St. Jacques Street, Suite 1500, Montréal, QC H2Y 1P5.

When is the company’s next annual meeting?

In light of the ongoing public health concerns related to the COVID-19 outbreak and in order to comply with the measures imposed by the federal and provincial governments, the Company is encouraging shareholders and others not to attend the meeting in person. Shareholders are urged to vote on the matters before the meeting by proxy and to view the meeting online by way of a live webcast that will be available at https://www.logistec.com/annual-meeting-webcast/. Shareholders will be able to submit questions to management of the Company through the webcast at the conclusion of the meeting. The Company may take additional precautionary measures in relation to the meeting in response to further developments in the COVID-19 outbreak.