Kennametal Inc. today reported fourth quarter EPS of $4.11, including special items of $2.86 per share. Fourth quarter adjusted EPS were $1.25 compared with prior year EPS of $0.98, an increase of 28 percent.
Fiscal 2006 reported EPS were $6.48, including special items of $2.53, compared with prior year reported EPS of $3.13, including special charges of $0.12 per share, an increase of 107 percent. Fiscal 2006 adjusted EPS were $3.95 compared to prior year adjusted EPS of $3.25, an increase of 22 percent.
Fiscal 2006 fourth quarter performance reflects continuing operational excellence as well as the impact of previously announced divestitures. These transactions are consistent with the company's strategy of exiting non-core businesses. Therefore, fourth quarter results included charges associated with the sale of UK-based high speed steel business (Presto), the sale of Kemmer Praezision electronics business (Electronics) and the previously announced sale of South Deerfield Industrial's consumer retail product line (CPG). These dispositions are expected to improve future overall EBIT margins.
In addition, fourth quarter results included a gain, net of transaction related costs, from the divestiture of J&L Industrial Supply (J&L). The divestiture of J&L is in line with Kennametal's strategy to focus on its core manufacturing businesses. This transaction completes the company's planned exit from owned distribution and Kennametal will continue building new distributor relationships while growing existing ones.
As previously disclosed, the company evaluated options for cash repatriation and the corresponding tax impact under the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004 (AJCA). The Act provides for a special one-time tax deduction on foreign earnings that are repatriated to the United States. The company repatriated $89 million, which resulted in an $11 million tax cost which was recorded during fourth quarter of fiscal 2006.
President and Chief Executive Officer Carlos M. Cardoso said, "We are very pleased with the results for fourth quarter and fiscal year 2006, which reflect all that we have accomplished. Through the Kennametal Value Business System (KVBS), our team is successfully executing on our strategy. The fourth quarter performance represents the 10th consecutive quarter of year over year growth. Kennametal's strong sales, EPS and return on invested capital validate our market leadership position as well the continuing global opportunity for our company. We are excited to be essentially done with the divestiture of non-core businesses. We now have created a stronger foundation, which positions our company for long-term growth and profitability. By continually enhancing our portfolio to ensure the appropriate mix of businesses, Kennametal is focused on serving customers' needs through innovative technology and solutions."
Reconciliation of all non-GAAP financial measures are set forth in the attached tables.
Highlights of Fiscal 2006 Fourth Quarter -- Fourth quarter sales of $612 million increased 3 percent versus the same quarter last year, including 8 percent organic sales growth, offset by 5 percent from a prior year divestiture. Sales in the quarter included two months of J&L activity prior to its divestiture. -- Income from continuing operations was $176 million for the fourth quarter. Income from continuing operations, excluding special items, was $48 million for the fourth quarter versus prior year of $36 million, an increase of 33 percent. This year over year improvement was driven by strong performance across all business units coupled with ongoing cost containment. -- Fourth quarter reported EPS were $4.11, including special items of $2.86 per share. Fourth quarter adjusted EPS were $1.25 compared with prior year EPS of $0.98, an increase of 28 percent. A reconciliation follows: Earnings Per Diluted Share Reconciliation Fourth Quarter FY 2006 Fourth Quarter FY 2005 Reported EPS $4.11 Reported EPS $0.98 Gain on sale of J&L No special items. and transaction- related charges (3.24) Loss on sale Electronics 0.39 Tax impact of cash repatriation under AJCA 0.28 CPG goodwill impairment and transaction-related charges, net of tax benefit (0.06) Loss on sale of Presto 0.04 Favorable resolution of tax contingencies (0.27) Adjusted EPS $1.25 $0.98 -- Special items related to ongoing portfolio shaping included the divestitures of J&L, Electronics and Presto. The company also recorded pre-tax charges related to its previously announced divestiture of CPG including industrial saw blades, which is expected to close in the first quarter of fiscal 2007. -- Cash repatriation of $89 million under the AJCA. The tax impact of this repatriation was a charge of $11 million, or $0.28 per diluted share. -- Record adjusted return on invested capital was up 180 basis points to 11.4 percent from 9.6 percent in the prior year. -- Repayments of the company's Accounts Receivable Securitization Program totaled $107 million. -- Repurchased 1.3 million shares totaling $79 million. -- Funded $40 million related to one of the company's U.S. pension plans. Highlights of Fiscal 2006 -- Sales of $2.3 billion were up 6 percent versus prior year, including 9 percent organic growth, partially offset by a 2 percent net impact of acquisitions and divestitures and 1 percent of unfavorable foreign currency exchange. Sales for the year included 11 months of J&L activity prior to its divestiture. -- Income from continuing operations was $272 million compared to prior year of $114 million. Income from continuing operations, excluding special items, was $154 million versus prior year of $118 million, an increase of 30 percent. -- Fiscal 2006 reported EPS were $6.48, including special items of $2.53, compared with prior year reported EPS of $3.13, including special charges of $0.12 per share, an increase of 107 percent. Fiscal 2006 adjusted EPS were $3.95 compared to prior year adjusted EPS of $3.25, an increase of 22 percent. A reconciliation follows: Earnings Per Diluted Share Reconciliation Year ended June 30, 2006 Year ended June 30, 2005 Reported EPS $6.48 Reported EPS $3.13 Gain on sale of J&L Loss on sale of Full and transaction- Service Supply and related charges (3.24) transaction-related charges 0.12 Loss on sale of Electronics 0.39 Tax impact of cash repatriation under AJCA 0.28 CPG goodwill impairment and transaction-related charges, net of tax benefit 0.07 Loss on sale of Presto 0.24 Favorable resolution of tax contingencies (0.27) Adjusted EPS $3.95 Adjusted EPS $3.25 -- Adjusted free operating cash flow for fiscal 2006 and 2005 was $125 million in each period. Current year adjustments include $110 million of repayments related to the company's Accounts Receivable Securitization Program and $73 million of pension funding. Capital expenditures for fiscal 2006 totaled $80 million. -- Repurchased 1.6 million shares totaling $93 million. Business Segment Highlights of Fiscal 2006 Fourth Quarter
Metalworking Solutions & Services Group (MSSG) growth continues to outpace the growth in its major markets, demonstrating the effects of further market penetration through the company's channel saturation and branding strategy, as well as price realization. North American sales growth was leveraged with the divestiture of J&L that spurred opportunities with new distributors. General engineering, distribution and energy market segments each exhibited strong year over year growth. The divestiture of Presto and the previously announced divestiture of CPG support the company's long-term strategy of continued focus on its core businesses.
In the June quarter, MSSG adjusted sales were up 6 percent on volume and price. North American cemented carbide and high-speed steel grew 10 percent and 8 percent, respectively. Europe sales were increased 4 percent. Rest of the world grew 3 percent.
MSSG operating income was up 18 percent on reported sales growth of 6 percent and the operating margin of 16 percent was up 200 basis points over the same period last year due to ongoing cost containment and price realization.
Advanced Materials Solutions Group (AMSG) delivered significant top line growth in the current quarter. The underlying markets in mining and energy remain strong for Kennametal. The overall AMSG segment continues to report considerable growth. Overall market conditions, price realization and market share penetration are primary factors contributing to favorable results.
In the June quarter, AMSG adjusted sales grew 14 percent on volume and price. Energy product sales were up 37 percent, Conforma Clad sales increased 24 percent, engineered products grew 12 percent and mining and construction product sales increased 9 percent.
AMSG operating income grew 11 percent versus last year, on 18 percent reported sales growth. Operating margin of 18 percent was down 100 basis points over the same period last year due primarily to the impact of raw material price increases period over period, particularly tungsten.
Worldwide market conditions support the company's expectations of continued top line growth in fiscal year 2007. Global economic indicators show that North America is expected to remain strong, modest growth is expected in Europe, and emerging markets are forecasted to be robust. While there remain some uncertainties and risks related to the macro-economic environment, fundamental drivers for global demand appear to be stable.
Cardoso said, "We are optimistic about the outlook for our end markets. The global manufacturing forecast is in line with our belief that the industrial sector will continue to show strength. We will continue to balance and diversify our end markets and world geographic mix. We again expect to outperform the market by effectively delivering volume growth, gaining market share and realizing price through innovative customer solutions that provide value and performance."
Kennametal expects organic revenue growth in the 7 to 10 percent range for fiscal year 2007, continuing the trend of consistently outpacing worldwide industrial production rates by two to three times. The company anticipates the majority of its end markets to continue operating at high levels throughout the year, with moderating growth rates for some sectors.
The expectation of ongoing expansion around the globe supports Kennametal's projection of 6 to 9 percent organic sales growth in the first quarter of fiscal 2007, relative to very strong performance from the prior year quarter.
Reported EPS are expected to be in the $4.20 to $4.40 range for fiscal year 2007, despite some dilution from recent divestitures of non-core businesses, reflecting confidence in the company's ability to maintain its strong performance. This forecasted range also includes costs related to the company's ongoing SG&A initiatives that will result in increased profitability for the long term. The fiscal year 2007 guidance midpoint represents a 9 percent year over year growth. On a comparable basis, fiscal year 2007 guidance midpoint represents approximately 25 percent growth, a substantial increase over prior year. Approximately 65 percent of the forecasted EPS will be realized in the second half of fiscal year 2007, consistent with historical seasonal patterns. First quarter 2007 EPS are expected to be $0.60 to $0.70.
Improvements in operating margins are expected to continue and return on invested capital is solidly on track for the projected 11 to 12 percent range for fiscal year 2007.
Kennametal anticipates net cash flow provided by operating activities of approximately $275 million to $285 million for fiscal 2007. Based on anticipated capital expenditures of $90 million, Kennametal expects to generate between $185 million to $195 million of free operating cash flow for fiscal 2007. However, approximately $100 million to $110 million will be used for tax payments, due to recent divestitures and cash repatriation related to the AJCA.
Kennametal also announced that its Board of Directors declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.19 per share. The dividend is payable August 23, 2006 to shareowners of record as of the close of business on August 8, 2006.
Kennametal advises shareowners to note monthly order trends, for which the company makes a disclosure ten business days after the conclusion of each month. This information is available on the Investor Relations section of Kennametal's corporate web site at www.kennametal.com.
Fourth quarter and full year results will be discussed in a live Internet broadcast at 10:00 a.m. Eastern time today. This event will be broadcast live on the company's website, www.kennametal.com. Once on the homepage, click "Corporate," and then "Investor Relations." Also, the replay of this event will be available on the company's website through August 9, 2006.
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Kennametal Inc. is a leading global supplier of tooling, engineered components and advanced materials consumed in production processes. The company improves customers' competitiveness by providing superior economic returns through the delivery of application knowledge and advanced technology to master the toughest of materials application demands. Companies producing everything from airframes to coal, from medical implants to oil wells and from turbochargers to motorcycle parts recognize Kennametal for extraordinary contributions to their value chains. Customers buy over $2 billion annually of Kennametal products and services - delivered by our approximately 13,000 talented employees in over 60 countries - with almost 50 percent of these revenues coming from outside the United States. Visit us at www.kennametal.com [KMT-E]
FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Consolidated Statements of Income (Unaudited): (in thousands, except per Quarter Ended Year Ended share amounts) June 30, June 30, 2006 2005(1) 2006(1) 2005(1) Sales $612,167 $593,599 $2,329,628 $2,202,832 Cost of goods sold 388,133 373,492 1,497,462 1,431,716 Gross profit 224,034 220,107 832,166 771,116 Operating expense 146,316 153,171 579,907 559,293 Goodwill impairment charge - - - 4,707 (Gain) loss on assets held for sale (230,578) - (229,886) 1,546 Amortization of intangibles 1,428 1,566 5,626 3,460 Operating income 306,868 65,370 476,519 202,110 Interest expense 7,478 7,897 31,019 27,277 Other income, net (307) (851) (2,219) (3,645) Income from continuing operations before income taxes and minority interest 299,697 58,324 447,719 178,478 Provision for income taxes 123,536 21,842 172,902 60,967 Minority interest 525 238 2,566 3,592 Income from continuing operations 175,636 36,244 272,251 113,919 (Loss) income from discontinued operations, net of income taxes (11,440) 1,496 (15,968) 5,372 Net income $164,196 $37,740 $256,283 $119,291 Basic earnings per share - continuing operations $4.52 $0.97 $7.08 $3.09 Basic (loss) earnings per share - discontinued operations (0.30) 0.04 (0.41) 0.14 Basic earnings per share $4.22 $1.01 $6.67 $3.23 Diluted earnings per share - continuing operations $4.40 $0.94 $6.88 $2.99 Diluted (loss) earnings per share - discontinued operations (0.29) 0.04 (0.40) 0.14 Diluted earnings per share $4.11 $0.98 $6.48 $3.13 Dividends per share $0.19 $0.17 $0.76 $0.68 Basic weighted average shares outstanding 38,888 37,510 38,432 36,924 Diluted weighted average shares outstanding 39,923 38,477 39,551 38,056 (1) Amounts have been reclassified to reflect discontinued operations related to the divestiture of Electronics and CPG including industrial saw blades. CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS (Unaudited): June 30, June 30, (in thousands) 2006 2005 ASSETS Cash and equivalents $233,976 $43,220 Trade receivables, net of allowance 386,714 403,097 Receivables securitized - (109,786) Accounts receivable, net 386,714 293,311 Inventories 334,949 386,674 Deferred income taxes 55,328 70,391 Current assets held for sale 24,280 - Other current assets 51,610 37,466 Total current assets 1,086,857 831,062 Property, plant and equipment, net 530,379 519,301 Goodwill and intangible assets, net 618,423 652,791 Long term assets held for sale 11,285 - Other assets 136,562 89,183 Total $2,383,506 $2,092,337 LIABILITIES Short-term debt, including notes payable $2,214 $50,889 Accounts payable 124,907 154,839 Current liabilities held for sale 3,065 - Accrued liabilities 331,405 222,930 Total current liabilities 461,591 428,658 Long-term debt 409,508 386,485 Deferred income taxes 73,338 59,551 Other liabilities 129,078 227,321 Total liabilities 1,073,515 1,102,015 MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES 14,626 17,460 SHAREOWNERS' EQUITY 1,295,365 972,862 Total $2,383,506 $2,092,337 SEGMENT DATA (Unaudited): Quarter Ended Year Ended (in thousands) June 30, June 30, 2006 2005(1) 2006(1) 2005(1) Outside Sales: Metalworking Solutions and Services Group $373,839 $352,591 $1,401,777 $1,313,525 Advanced Materials Solutions Group 191,758 162,312 676,556 510,572 J&L Industrial Supply 46,570 66,031 251,295 255,840 Full Service Supply - 12,665 - 122,895 Total Outside Sales $612,167 $593,599 $2,329,628 $2,202,832 Sales By Geographic Region: United States $322,903 $315,167 $1,239,449 $1,185,146 International 289,264 278,432 1,090,179 1,017,686 Total Sales by Geographic Region $612,167 $593,599 $2,329,628 $2,202,832 Operating Income (Loss): Metalworking Solutions and Services Group $59,390 $50,487 $197,525 $178,313 Advanced Materials Solutions Group 34,061 30,630 121,058 84,268 J&L Industrial Supply 238,284 7,592 260,894 27,094 Full Service Supply - 265 - (4,105) Corporate and eliminations(2) (24,867) (23,604) (102,958) (83,460) Total Operating Income, as reported $306,868 $65,370 $476,519 $202,110 (1) Amounts have been reclassified to reflect discontinued operations related to the divestiture of Electronics (AMSG) and CPG including industrial saw blades (MSSG). (2) Includes corporate functional shared services and intercompany eliminations.
In addition to reported results under generally accepted accounting principles in the United States of America (GAAP), the following financial highlight tables also include, where appropriate, a reconciliation of gross profit, operating expense, operating income, income from continuing operations, net income and diluted earnings per share, in each case excluding special items, adjusted free operating cash flow, adjusted segment sales, and adjusted return on invested capital (which are non-GAAP financial measures), to the most directly comparable GAAP measures. Management believes that the investor should have available the same information that management uses to assess operating performance, determine compensation, and assess the capital structure of the Company. These non-GAAP measures should not be considered in isolation or as a substitute for the most comparable GAAP measures. Non-GAAP financial measures utilized by the Company may not be comparable to non-GAAP financial measures used by other companies.
RECONCILIATION TO GAAP - QUARTER ENDED JUNE 30, 2006 (Unaudited) (in thousands, except per share amounts) Income from Gross Operating Operating Continuing Net Diluted Profit Expense Income Operations Income EPS 2006 Reported Results $224,034 $146,316 $306,868 $175,636 $164,196 $4.11 Gain on sale of J&L (1,935) - (233,949) (132,009) (132,009) (3.31) J&L trans- action related charges - (4,510) 4,510 2,796 2,796 0.07 Loss on sale of Electronics - - - - 15,366 0.39 Tax impact of cash repatriation under AJCA - - - 11,176 11,176 0.28 CPG goodwill impairment and transaction- related charges - - - - (2,192) (0.06) Loss on sale of Presto (26) - 1,410 1,410 1,410 0.04 Favorable resolution of tax contingencies - - - (10,873) (10,873) (0.27) 2006 Results, excluding special items $222,073 $141,806 $78,839 $48,136 $49,870 $1.25 For the quarter ended June 30, 2005, there were no special items. RECONCILIATION TO GAAP - YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2006 (Unaudited) (in thousands, except per share amounts) Income from Gross Operating Operating Continuing Net Diluted Profit Expense Income Operations Income EPS 2006 Reported Results $832,166 $579,907 $476,519 $272,251 $256,283 $6.48 Gain on sale of J&L (1,935) - (233,949) (132,001) (132,001) (3.34) J&L trans- action- related charges - (6,381) 6,381 3,956 3,956 0.10 Loss on sale of Electronics - - - - 15,366 0.39 Tax impact of cash repatriation under AJCA - - - 11,176 11,176 0.28 CPG goodwill impairment and trans- action-related charges - - - - 2,838 0.07 Loss on sale of Presto 7,329 - 9,457 9,457 9,457 0.24 Favorable resolution of tax contingencies - - - (10,873) (10,873) (0.27) 2006 Results, excluding special items $837,560 $573,526 $258,408 $153,966 $156,202 $3.95 RECONCILIATION TO GAAP - YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2005 (Unaudited) Income from Operating Continuing Net Diluted Income Operations Income EPS 2005 Reported $202,110 $113,919 $119,291 $3.13 FSS goodwill impairment charge 4,707 3,277 3,277 0.09 FSS loss on sale 1,546 1,076 1,076 0.03 2005 Results, excluding special items $208,363 $118,272 $123,644 $3.25
RECONCILIATION OF ADJUSTED FREE OPERATING CASH FLOW INFORMATION (Unaudited):
Year Ended June 30, 2006 2005 Net cash flow provided by operating activities $19,053 $202,327 Purchase of property, plant and equipment (79,593) (88,552) Proceeds from disposals of property, plant and equipment 2,961 3,912 Free operating cash flow $(57,579) $117,687 Adjustments: Repayments of accounts receivable securitization program 109,786 7,694 Pension funding 72,956 - Adjusted free operating cash flow $125,163 $125,381 MSSG SEGMENT Quarter Ended Year Ended June 30, June 30, (in thousands) 2006 2005 2006 2005 Sales, as reported $373,839 $352,591 $1,401,777 $1,313,525 Foreign currency exchange 440 - 12,859 - Divestiture-related and inter-segment reclasses - (290) - 17,332 Adjusted sales $374,279 $352,301 $1,414,636 $1,330,857 AMSG SEGMENT Quarter Ended Year Ended June 30, June 30, (in thousands) 2006 2005 2006 2005 Sales, as reported $191,758 $162,312 $676,556 $510,572 Foreign currency exchange 553 - 7,261 - Acquisition-related and inter-segment reclasses (1,910) 4,963 (54,003) 12,711 Adjusted sales $190,401 $167,275 629,814 $523,283 RETURN ON INVESTED CAPITAL (Unaudited): For the Year Ended June 30, 2006 (in thousands, except percents) Invested Capital 6/30/2006 3/31/2006 12/31/2005 9/30/2005 6/30/2005 Average Debt $411,722 $365,906 $410,045 $415,250 $437,374 $408,060 Accounts receivable securitized 0 106,106 100,295 100,445 109,786 83,326 Minority interest 14,626 18,054 16,918 18,117 17,460 17,035 Shareowners' equity 1,295,365 1,115,110 1,045,974 1,009,394 972,862 1,087,741 Total $1,721,713 $1,605,176 $1,573,232 $1,543,206 $1,537,482 $1,596,162 Quarter Ended Interest Expense 6/30/2006 3/31/2006 12/31/2005 9/30/2005 Total Interest expense $7,478 $7,728 $7,984 $7,829 $31,019 Securitiza- tion fees 1,288 1,241 1,170 1,065 4,764 Total interest expense $8,766 $8,969 $9,154 $8,894 $35,783 Income tax benefit 13,311 Total interest expense, net of tax $22,472 Total Income 6/30/2006 3/31/2006 12/31/2005 9/30/2005 Total Net Income, as reported $164,196 $32,903 $31,087 $28,097 $256,283 Gain on sale of J&L (132,001) - - - (132,001) J&L trans- action- related charges 2,796 1,160 - - 3,956 Loss on sale of Electron- ics 15,366 - - - 15,366 Tax impact of cash repatriat- ion under AJCA 11,176 - - - 11,176 CPG goodwill impairment and trans- action- related charges (2,192) 5,030 - - 2,838 Loss on sale of Presto 1,410 8,047 - - 9,457 Favorable resolution of tax contingen- cies (10,873) - - - (10,873) Minority interest expense 525 782 511 748 2,566 Total Income, excluding special items $50,403 $47,922 $31,598 $28,845 $158,768 Total Income, excluding special items $158,768 Total interest expense, net of tax 22,472 $181,240 Average invested capital $1,596,162 Adjusted Return on Invested Capital 11.4% Return on invested capital calculated utilizing net income, as reported is as follows: Net Income, as reported $256,283 Total Interest Expense, net of tax 22,472 $278,755 Average invested capital $1,596,162 Return on Invested Capital 17.5% RETURN ON INVESTED CAPITAL (Unaudited): For the Year Ended June 30, 2005 (in thousands, except percents) Invested Capital 6/30/2005 3/31/2005 12/31/2004 Debt $437,374 $485,168 $405,156 Accounts receivable securitized 109,786 120,749 115,253 Minority interest 17,460 19,664 19,249 Shareowners' equity 972,862 1,021,186 1,003,507 Total $1,537,482 $1,646,767 $1,543,165 RETURN ON INVESTED CAPITAL (Unaudited): For the Year Ended June 30, 2005 (in thousands, except percents) Invested Capital 9/30/2004 6/30/2004 Average Debt $435,435 $440,207 $440,668 Accounts receivable securitized 115,309 117,480 115,715 Minority interest 17,377 16,232 17,996 Shareowners' equity 924,432 887,152 961,828 Total $1,492,553 $1,461,071 $1,536,207 Quarter Ended Interest Expense 6/30/2005 3/31/2005 12/31/2004 9/30/2004 Total Interest expense $7,897 $6,803 $6,121 $6,456 $27,277 Securitiza- tion fees 981 868 757 580 3,186 Total interest expense $8,878 $7,671 $6,878 $7,036 $30,463 Income tax benefit 10,175 Total Interest Expense, net of tax $20,288 Quarter Ended Total Income 6/30/2005 3/31/2005 12/31/2004 9/30/2004 Total Net Income, as reported $37,740 $30,650 $28,181 $22,720 $119,291 Restructuring and asset impairment charges - 3,306 - - 3,306 Loss on assets held for sale - 1,086 - - 1,086 Minority interest expense 238 1,449 928 977 3,592 Total Income, excluding special items $37,978 $36,491 $29,109 $23,697 $127,275 Total Income, excluding special items $127,275 Total Interest Expense, net of tax 20,288 $147,563 Average invested capital $1,536,207 Adjusted Return on Invested Capital 9.6% Return on Invested Capital calculated utilizing Net Income, as reported is as follows: Net Income, as reported $119,291 Total Interest Expense, net of tax 20,288 $139,579 Average invested capital $1,536,207 Return on Invested Capital 9.1%
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