Are you new to Kennametal? Create an account and get started.Create Account
Already have an account? Sign in.Sign In
Are you new to Kennametal? Create an account and get started.Create Account
Already have an account? Sign in.Sign In
Kennametal Inc. today reported fiscal 2007 fourth quarter EPS of $1.57. This represents a decrease of 62 percent from the prior year quarter reported EPS of $4.11, and a 26 percent increase compared with prior year adjusted EPS of $1.25. Prior year quarter EPS special items totaled $2.86 per share and related primarily to the gain on the sale of J&L Industrial Supply (J&L) of $3.31 per share.
Fiscal 2007 reported EPS decreased 31 percent to $4.44, compared with prior year reported EPS of $6.48. Fiscal 2007 adjusted EPS were $4.56, compared with prior year adjusted EPS of $3.95, an increase of 15 percent.
Carlos M. Cardoso, Kennametal's President and Chief Executive Officer said, "Once again, we demonstrated our ability to deliver solid sales growth and strong performance in EBIT margin, EPS and ROIC. During fiscal year 2007, we completed five acquisitions: Sintec, Camco, Federal Signal's cutting tool business, International Specialty Alloys and Kenci. We have strategically redeployed our cash to acquire businesses that both complement our existing portfolio and offer additional opportunities for sales growth and margin expansion."
Cardoso added, "We attribute our successes to the strength of our operations, as well as to our proven strategy of balancing our business mix, geographic presence and end markets. As always, we continue to implement our strategy under the disciplines of the Kennametal Value Business System, our management operating system that serves as the foundation of our company. As we move forward, we will further capitalize on our strengths and opportunities to drive our operating and financial performance to even higher levels."
Reconciliation of all non-GAAP financial measures is set forth in the attached tables.
Highlights of Fiscal 2007 Fourth Quarter -- Sales for the quarter were $657 million, compared with $612 million in the same quarter last year. Sales grew 6 percent on an organic basis and also benefited 3 percent from favorable foreign currency effects. This growth was partially offset by the net impact of acquisitions and divestitures of 2 percent, primarily the divestiture of J&L, which was completed on May 31, 2006. J&L contributed sales of $47 million in the June quarter last year. -- Income from continuing operations was $62 million, compared with $176 million in the prior year quarter, a decrease of 65 percent due primarily to the prior year gain on the sale of J&L. Excluding special items from the previous year, income from continuing operations grew 29 percent over the prior year quarter. The current year quarter results benefited from organic sales growth, a reduction in operating expenses and lower securitization fees. Amortization expense increased primarily as a result of recent acquisitions. -- The effective tax rate for the June quarter was 27 percent, compared with 41 percent in the prior year quarter. The current year rate benefited from increased earnings from the company's pan-European business strategy, while certain special items unfavorably impacted the prior year rate. -- Reported EPS decreased 62 percent to $1.57, compared with prior year quarter reported EPS of $4.11. Reported EPS increased 26 percent, compared with prior year quarter adjusted EPS of $1.25. A reconciliation follows: Earnings Per Diluted Share Reconciliation Fourth Quarter FY 2007 Fourth Quarter FY 2006 Reported EPS $1.57 Reported EPS $4.11 No special items Gain on sale of J&L and transaction -related charges (3.24) 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 (0.06) Loss on sale of Presto 0.04 Favorable resolution of tax contingencies (0.27) $1.57 Adjusted EPS $1.25 -- Cash flow from operating activities grew to $199 million in fiscal 2007, compared with $19 million in the prior year. Free operating cash flow (FOCF) was an inflow of $110 million for fiscal 2007, compared with an outflow of $58 million in the prior year. Included in the current year FOCF were first quarter income tax payments of $86 million, primarily related to the gain on the sale of J&L and cash repatriated in 2006 under the American Jobs Creation Act. FOCF in the prior year included $110 million of repayments related to the company's accounts receivable securitization program and $73 million of pension funding. Adjusted FOCF, excluding the effects of these items, increased 58 percent to $197 million, compared with $125 million in fiscal 2006. -- Adjusted return on invested capital (ROIC) was 11.3 percent, compared with 11.4 percent in the prior year. -- Kennametal acquired Purity Metal Holdings, Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary, International Specialty Alloys, Inc. (ISA). ISA manufactures high-purity specialty metal products for the aerospace, defense and specialty alloy industries, and enhances the company's advanced materials segment. -- Kennametal also acquired the remaining ownership interest in its Spanish affiliate, Kenci, S.A., which is the company's sales and service company operating in Spain and Portugal. This acquisition adds to Kennametal's metalworking segment. Highlights of Fiscal 2007 -- Sales were $2.4 billion, compared with $2.3 billion in the prior year period. Sales grew 6 percent on an organic basis and 3 percent due to favorable foreign currency effects. This growth was partially offset by the net impact of acquisitions and divestitures of 7 percent, primarily the J&L divestiture. J&L contributed sales of $251 million in the prior year. -- Income from continuing operations was $177 million, compared with $272 million in the prior year, a decrease of 35 percent due primarily to the prior year gain on the sale of J&L. Excluding special items in both periods, income from continuing operations increased 16 percent compared with the prior year. The current year results benefited from organic sales growth and a reduction in operating expenses. Amortization expense increased due primarily to recent acquisitions. Additionally, the current year results benefited from lower interest expense and lower securitization fees. -- The effective tax rate was 28 percent, compared with the prior year rate of 39 percent. The current year rate benefited from increased earnings from the company's pan-European business strategy, as well as the extension of the research, development and experimental tax credit. In addition, certain special items unfavorably impacted the prior year rate. -- Reported EPS of $4.44 decreased 31 percent compared with prior year reported EPS of $6.48. Adjusted EPS of $4.56 increased 15 percent compared with prior year adjusted EPS of $3.95. A reconciliation follows: Earnings Per Diluted Share Reconciliation Year ended June 30, 2007 Year ended June 30, 2006 Reported EPS $4.44 Reported EPS $6.48 Electronics impairment Gain on sale of J&L and divestiture-related and transaction-related charges 0.08 charges (3.24) Loss on divestiture of CPG and transaction-related Loss on sale of charges 0.01 Electronics 0.39 Adjustment on J&L divestiture Tax impact of cash and transaction-related repatriation under charges 0.03 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 $4.56 Adjusted EPS $3.95 -- Kennametal expanded its advanced materials segment with the acquisitions of the Sintec Group, which manufactures ceramic engineered components used in the aerospace, general engineering, metallizing and medical markets; the Camco Group, which manufactures specialized saw tips and supplies for the forestry and woodworking industry; and Purity Metal Holdings, Inc. and its wholly-owned subsidiary, ISA. -- Kennametal also added to its metalworking segment with the acquisitions of Federal Signal Corporation's cutting tool business, which produces, markets and services super hard polycrystalline diamond and cubic boron nitride cutting tools, tool holding systems and certain specialized turning tools; and the remaining ownership interest in the company's Spanish affiliate, Kenci, S.A. Business Segment Highlights for the Fiscal 2007 Fourth Quarter
Metalworking Solutions & Services Group (MSSG) continued to deliver top- line growth in the June quarter, led by year-over-year expansion in the distribution, aerospace and machine tool markets, and the effects of acquisitions. The European market continued to be favorable. Asia Pacific and India delivered strong growth, while the North American market declined slightly.
In the June quarter, MSSG sales were higher by 15 percent as a result of 5 percent organic growth, 6 percent net impact of acquisitions and divestiture and 4 percent favorable foreign currency effects. Europe sales increased 9 percent. Asia Pacific and India sales grew by 31 percent and 8 percent, respectively. North America sales decreased by 2 percent.
MSSG operating income increased by 17 percent, and the operating margin increased over the same quarter last year. The current quarter results benefited from top-line growth and ongoing cost containment. The prior year quarter results included a loss on the sale of Presto of $1 million.
Advanced Materials Solutions Group (AMSG) also continued to deliver top- line growth in the June quarter, driven by favorable international market conditions and the effects of acquisitions. Strong growth in the energy and mining markets continued to contribute to AMSG's results.
AMSG sales grew 18 percent as a result of 8 percent organic growth, 9 percent impact of acquisitions and 1 percent favorable foreign currency effects. Energy product sales were up 17 percent, mining and construction product sales were higher by 4 percent, and engineered product sales increased 1 percent.
AMSG operating income was up 11 percent driven by top-line growth while the operating margin was lower than the prior year due primarily to higher raw material costs in the current quarter.
Worldwide market conditions support Kennametal's expectations of continued top-line growth during fiscal 2008. Based on global economic indicators, the company believes that the moderation in the North American market will continue to persist in the near term. The company also believes that the European market will continue to be favorable, and that business conditions will continue to be robust in developing economies. While there remain some uncertainties and risks related to the macro-economic environment, fundamental drivers for global demand appear to be stable.
The company anticipates that many of its end markets will continue to operate at favorable levels for the fiscal year, with moderating growth rates for some regions and market sectors.
Kennametal expects sales growth in the range of 8 to 10 percent for fiscal 2008, continuing the trend of consistently outpacing worldwide industrial production rates by two to three times.
The company expects fiscal 2008 EPS to be in the range of $5.30 to $5.50, excluding the effect of a non-cash tax charge that will be recorded in the September quarter of fiscal 2008. This charge is estimated to be in the range of $5 million to $6 million, or $0.12 to $0.15 per share, to reflect the impact of a German tax reform bill enacted on July 6, 2007. The fiscal 2008 guidance midpoint represents 18 percent growth, compared with fiscal 2007 adjusted EPS. Consistent with historical seasonal patterns, the company expects approximately 65 percent of the forecasted EPS to be realized in the second half.
In the first quarter of fiscal 2008, Kennametal expects sales growth to be in the range of 9 to 10 percent, and EPS to be in the range of $0.95 to $1.00, excluding the effect of the non-cash tax charge related to the recently enacted German tax reform bill.
Kennametal anticipates cash flow from operating activities of approximately $275 million to $285 million for fiscal 2008. Based on anticipated capital expenditures of $140 million, the company expects to generate between $135 million to $145 million of FOCF for fiscal 2008.
Kennametal announced today that its Board of Directors declared a regular quarterly cash dividend of $0.21 per share. The dividend is payable August 22, 2007 to shareowners of record as of the close of business on August 7, 2007.
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 http://www.kennametal.com/.
Fourth quarter and full year results for fiscal 2007 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, http://www.kennametal.com/. Once on the homepage, click "Corporate," and then "Investor Relations." The replay of this event will also be available on the company's website through August 22, 2007.
This release contains "forward-looking" statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Forward-looking statements are statements that do not relate strictly to historical or current facts. You can identify forward- looking statements by the fact they use words such as "should," "anticipate," "estimate," "approximate," "expect," "may," "will," "project," "intend," "plan," "believe" and other words of similar meaning and expression in connection with any discussion of future operating or financial performance. These statements are likely to relate to, among other things, our strategy, goals, plans and projections regarding our financial position, results of operations, market position, and product development, all of which are based on current expectations that involve inherent risks and uncertainties, including factors that could delay, divert or change any of them in future periods. It is not possible to predict or identify all factors; however, they may include the following: global and regional economic conditions; energy costs; risks associated with the availability and costs of raw materials; commodity prices; risks associated with integrating recent acquisitions, as well as any future acquisitions, and achieving the expected savings and synergies; risks relating to business divestitures; competition; demands on management resources; risks associated with international markets, such as currency exchange rates and social and political environments or instability; future terrorist attacks or acts of war; labor relations; demand for and market acceptance of new and existing products; and risks associated with the implementation of restructuring plans, cost-reduction initiatives and environmental remediation matters. We can give no assurance that any goal or plan set forth in forward-looking statements can be achieved and readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on such statements, which speak only as of the date made. We provide additional information about many of the specific risks our Company faces in the "Risk Factors" Section of our Annual Report on Form 10-K, as well as in our other securities filings. We undertake no obligation to release publicly any revisions to forward-looking statements as a result of future events or developments.
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 approximately $2.4 billion annually of Kennametal products and services - delivered by our 13,500 talented employees in over 60 countries - with approximately 50 percent of these revenues coming from outside the United States. Visit us at http://www.kennametal.com/ [KMT-E]
FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Consolidated Statements of Income (Unaudited): (in thousands, except Three Months Ended Year Ended per share amounts) June 30, June 30, 2007 2006 2007 2006 Sales $657,477 $612,167 $2,385,493 $2,329,628 Cost of goods sold(a) 421,934 388,133 1,543,931 1,497,462 Gross profit 235,543 224,034 841,562 832,166 Operating expense 142,328 146,316 554,634 579,907 Asset impairment charge - - 5,970 - (Gain) loss on divestitures - (230,578) 1,686 (229,886) Amortization of intangibles 4,149 1,428 9,852 5,626 Operating income 89,066 306,868 269,420 476,519 Interest expense 7,513 7,478 29,141 31,019 Other income, net (3,783) (307) (9,217) (2,219) Income from continuing operations before income taxes and minority interest 85,336 299,697 249,496 447,719 Provision for income taxes 23,014 123,536 70,469 172,902 Minority interest expense 229 525 2,185 2,566 Income from continuing operations 62,093 175,636 176,842 272,251 Loss from discontinued operations(b) - (11,440) (2,599) (15,968) Net income $62,093 $164,196 $174,243 $256,283 Basic earnings (loss) per share: Continuing operations $1.61 $4.52 $4.61 $7.08 Discontinued operations(b) - (0.30) (0.07) (0.41) $1.61 $4.22 $4.54 $6.67 Diluted earnings (loss) per share: Continuing operations $1.57 $4.40 $4.50 $6.88 Discontinued operations(b) - (0.29) (0.06) (0.40) $1.57 $4.11 $4.44 $6.48 Dividends per share $0.21 $0.19 $0.82 $0.76 Basic weighted average shares outstanding 38,618 38,888 38,394 38,432 Diluted weighted average shares outstanding 39,489 39,923 39,273 39,551 (a) For the three months ended June 30, 2006, cost of goods sold includes a benefit of $1,961 from the divestitures of J&L and Presto. For the year ended June 30, 2006, cost of goods sold includes a charge of $7,329 related to the divestiture of Presto. (b) Loss from discontinued operations reflects divested results of Electronics - AMSG and CPG - MSSG. FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS (Continued) CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS (Unaudited): (in thousands) June 30, June 30, 2007 2006 ASSETS Cash and cash equivalents $50,433 $233,976 Accounts receivable, net 466,690 386,714 Inventories 403,613 334,949 Current assets of discontinued operations held for sale - 24,280 Other current assets 95,766 106,938 Total current assets 1,016,502 1,086,857 Property, plant and equipment, net 614,019 530,379 Goodwill and intangible assets, net 834,290 618,423 Assets of discontinued operations held for sale - 11,285 Other assets 139,111 188,328 Total $2,603,922 $2,435,272 LIABILITIES Current maturities of long-term debt and capital leases, including notes payable $5,430 $2,214 Accounts payable 189,301 124,907 Current liabilities of discontinued operations held for sale - 3,065 Other current liabilities 290,201 332,013 Total current liabilities 484,932 462,199 Long-term debt and capital leases 361,399 409,508 Other liabilities 255,500 253,574 Total liabilities 1,101,831 1,125,281 MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES 17,624 14,626 SHAREOWNERS' EQUITY 1,484,467 1,295,365 Total $2,603,922 $2,435,272 SEGMENT DATA (Unaudited): (in thousands) Three Months Ended Year Ended June 30, June 30, 2007 2006 2007 2006 Outside Sales: Metalworking Solutions and Services Group $430,630 $373,839 $1,577,234 $1,401,777 Advanced Materials Solutions Group 226,847 191,758 808,259 676,556 J&L Industrial Supply - 46,570 - 251,295 Total outside sales $657,477 $612,167 $2,385,493 $2,329,628 Sales By Geographic Region: United States $306,848 $322,903 $1,134,752 $1,239,449 International 350,629 289,264 1,250,741 1,090,179 Total sales by geographic region $657,477 $612,167 $2,385,493 $2,329,628 Operating Income (Loss): Metalworking Solutions and Services Group $ 69,729 $59,390 $ 221,387 $197,525 Advanced Materials Solutions Group 37,974 34,061 131,323 121,058 J&L Industrial Supply - 238,284 - 260,894 Corporate and eliminations(c) (18,637) (24,867) (83,290) (102,958) Total operating income $89,066 $306,868 $269,420 $476,519 (c) Includes corporate functional shared services and intercompany eliminations. FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS (Continued)
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 (which are GAAP financial measures), in each case excluding special items, as well as adjusted free operating cash flow 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. Investors are cautioned that non-GAAP financial measures utilized by the Company may not be comparable to non-GAAP financial measures used by other companies.
There were no special items for the three months ended June 30, 2007. RECONCILIATION TO GAAP - THREE MONTHS ENDED JUNE 30, 2006 (Unaudited) (in thousands, except Income from per share amounts) 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 transaction -related charges - (4,510) 4,510 2,796 2,796 0.07 Loss on divestiture 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, excl. special items $222,073 $141,806 $78,839 $48,136 $49,870 $1.25 RECONCILIATION TO GAAP - YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2007 (Unaudited) Income from (in thousands, except Gross Operating Operating Continuing Net Diluted per share amounts) Profit Expense Income Operations Income EPS 2007 Reported Results $841,562 $554,634 $269,420 $176,842 $174,243 $4.44 Electronics impairment and divestiture-related charges - - - - 3,213 0.08 Loss on sale of CPG and transaction -related charges - - - - 368 0.01 Adjustment on J&L divestiture and transaction-related charges - (333) 2,019 1,252 1,252 0.03 2007 Results, excl. special items $841,562 $554,301 $271,439 $178,094 $179,076 $4.56 FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS (Continued) RECONCILIATION TO GAAP - YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2006 (Unaudited) Income from (in thousands, except Gross Operating Operating Continuing Net Diluted per share amounts) 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 transaction -related charges - (6,381) 6,381 3,956 3,956 0.10 Loss on divestiture 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 - - - - 2,838 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, excl. special items $837,560 $573,526 $258,408 $153,966 $156,202 $3.95 RECONCILIATION OF ADJUSTED FREE OPERATING CASH FLOW (Unaudited): Year Ended June 30, (in thousands) 2007 2006 Net cash flow provided by operating activities $199,006 $19,053 Purchases of property, plant and equipment (92,001) (79,593) Proceeds from disposals of property, plant and equipment 3,455 2,961 Free operating cash flow 110,460 (57,579) Adjustments: Repayments of accounts receivable securitization program - 109,786 Pension funding - 72,956 Income taxes paid (refunded) during first quarter 86,236 (572) Adjusted free operating cash flow $196,696 $124,591 FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS (Continued) RETURN ON INVESTED CAPITAL (Unaudited): June 30, 2007 (in thousands, except percents) Invested Capital 6/30/2007 3/31/2007 12/31/2006 9/30/2006 6/30/2006 Average Debt $366,829 $371,521 $376,472 $409,592 $411,722 $387,227 Minority interest 17,624 16,896 15,807 15,177 14,626 16,026 Shareowners' equity 1,484,467 1,431,235 1,369,748 1,319,599 1,295,365 1,380,083 Total $1,868,920 $1,819,652 $1,762,027 $1,744,368 $1,721,713 $1,783,336 Three Months Ended Interest Expense 6/30/2007 3/31/2007 12/31/2006 9/30/2006 Total Interest expense $7,513 $6,915 $7,286 $7,427 $29,141 Securitization fees 5 5 6 22 38 Total interest expense $7,518 $6,920 $7,292 $7,449 $29,179 Income tax benefit 8,258 Total interest expense, net of tax $20,921 Total Income 6/30/2007 3/31/2007 12/31/2006 9/30/2006 Total Net Income, as reported $62,093 $51,738 $30,051 $30,361 $174,243 Adjustment on J&L divestiture and transaction- related charges - - - 1,252 1,252 Electronics impairment and transaction -related charges - - 3,213 - 3,213 Loss on sale of CPG and transaction -related charges - - - 368 368 Minority interest expense 229 757 642 557 2,185 Total Income, excluding special items $62,322 $52,495 $33,906 $32,538 $181,261 Total interest expense, net of tax 20,921 $202,182 Average invested capital $1,783,336 Adjusted Return on Invested Capital 11.3% Return on invested capital calculated utilizing net income, as reported is as follows: Net income, as reported $174,243 Total interest expense, net of tax 20,921 $195,164 Average invested capital $1,783,336 Return on Invested Capital 10.9% FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS (Continued) RETURN ON INVESTED CAPITAL (Unaudited): 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 - 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 Interest Expense Three Months Ended 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 Securitization 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 transaction- related charges 2,796 1,160 - - 3,956 Loss on divestiture of Electronics 15,366 - - - 15,366 Tax impact of cash repatriation under AJCA 11,176 - - - 11,176 CPG goodwill impairment and transaction-related charges (2,192) 5,030 - - 2,838 Loss on sale of Presto 1,410 8,047 - - 9,457 Favorable resolution of tax contingencies (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 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%
First Call Analyst:
FCMN Contact: email@example.com
SOURCE: Kennametal Inc.
CONTACT: Investor Relations: Quynh McGuire, +1-724-539-6559, or Media
Relations: Joy Chandler, +1-724-539-4618, both of Kennametal Inc.
Web site: http://www.kennametal.com/