Avantor® to Report Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2019 Earnings and Host Earnings Call on Friday, February 7

RADNOR, Pa., Jan. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Avantor, Inc. (NYSE: AVTR), a leading global provider of mission critical products and services to customers in the life science and advanced technologies & applied materials industries, announced today that it will release its financial results for the fourth quarter and full year 2019 on Friday, February 7 and will hold a conference call to discuss the results at 8:30 am EST.

To participate by phone, please dial (866) 211-4132 (domestic) or (647) 689-6615 (international) and use the conference code 4585832. A live webcast of the call can be accessed on the Investors section of our website, www.avantorsciences.com. The earnings press release and slides will also be posted to the website.  A replay of the call will be available on the Investors section of the website under "Events & presentations" through February 21, 2020.

About Avantor 
Avantor® is a leading global provider of mission critical products and services to customers in the biopharma, healthcare, education & government, and advanced technologies & applied materials industries. We operate in more than 30 countries and deliver an extensive portfolio of products and services. We set science in motion to create a better world.

Media Contact 
Allison Hosak
Senior Vice President, Global Communications
Avantor
+1 610-573-2661
Allison.Hosak@Avantorsciences.com

Investor Relations Contact 
Helen O'Donnell
Managing Director
Solebury Trout
+1 203-428-3213
AvantorIR@avantorsciences.com
Hodonnell@soleburytrout.com

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