Hillenbrand First-Quarter Revenue Increased 32% to $305 Million as Both Platforms Achieved Attractive Growth
BATESVILLE, Ind., Feb. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Hillenbrand (NYSE: HI) grew revenue for the first quarter of fiscal year 2013 by 32% to $305 million compared to the same quarter last year. This increase was driven by Process Equipment Group revenue growth of 79% to $154 million, which includes the results of Coperion Capital GmbH (“Coperion”) acquired December 1, 2012. Batesville’s revenue also increased 4% to $151 million, largely driven by volume, as the year-over-year growth rate of North American deaths returned to historical levels.
“Coperion contributed strong top-line results for the quarter and added substantially to the backlog of the Process Equipment Group,” said Kenneth A. Camp, president and chief executive officer of Hillenbrand. “Additionally, I am particularly pleased with the strong performance of Batesville. They achieved record year-over-year revenue growth, even in the face of a declining burial market.”
The consolidated gross profit margin in the first quarter was 36.2% (37.2% adjusted) compared to 40.5% in the prior year. This decrease was anticipated as the Coperion business model reflects a higher proportion of third-party-sourced products. Hillenbrand believes that selling complete systems provides a significant competitive advantage, while delivering additional margin dollars.
Adjusted EBITDA increased 6% to $51 million. Net income attributable to Hillenbrand (which excludes the portion of net income that is allocated to joint ventures) for the first quarter decreased 54% from the prior year to $14 million, with diluted EPS down 54% to $0.23. The decrease was driven by the tax benefit recognized in the prior year due to the international integration as well as higher acquisition-related costs in the current year. On an adjusted basis, net income attributable to Hillenbrand increased 4% to $26 million and diluted EPS increased 3% to $0.41.
Hillenbrand delivered $20 million of cash flow from operations, despite $8 million in business acquisition costs related to Coperion and $5 million related to antitrust litigation.
The company will host a conference call and simultaneous webcast Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 8:00 a.m. ET to discuss the results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2013, which ended December 31. The webcast will be available at http://ir.hillenbrand.com and will be archived on the company’s website through Tuesday, March 5, 2013. To access the conference call, listeners in the United States and Canada may dial 1-877-853-5642, and international callers may dial +1-253-237-1134. Use conference call ID number 72270230. A replay of the call will be available until midnight ET, Tuesday, February 19, 2013, by dialing 1-855-859-2056 toll free in the United States and Canada or +1-404-537-3406 internationally, and using the conference ID number 72270230.
Hillenbrand’s interim financial statements on Form 10-Q are expected to be filed jointly with this release and will be available on the company’s website (www.Hillenbrand.com).
In addition to the financial measures prepared in accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the U.S. (GAAP), this earnings release also contains non-GAAP financial measures. These non-GAAP measures are not in accordance with, nor are they a substitute for, GAAP measures. Hillenbrand uses this information internally and believes it is helpful to investors because it allows more meaningful period-to-period comparisons of our ongoing operating results. The information can also be used to perform trend analysis and to better identify operating trends that may otherwise be masked or distorted by these types of items. Finally, the company believes these non-GAAP measures provide a higher degree of transparency to the company’s core operations.
EBITDA is defined as net income less interest income, plus interest expense, income tax expense (benefit), depreciation and amortization. See below for a reconciliation from GAAP operating performance measures to the relevant non-GAAP (adjusted) performance measures.
Hillenbrand (www.Hillenbrand.com) is a global diversified industrial company that makes and sells premium business-to-business products and services for a wide variety of industries. We pursue profitable growth and meaningful dividends for our shareholders by leveraging our leading brands, robust cash generation capabilities and strong core competencies. HI-INC-F
Consolidated Statements of Income (Unaudited) (in millions, except per share data) Three Months Ended December 31, ------------ 2012 2011 ---- ---- Net revenue $305.2 $231.6 Cost of goods sold 194.6 137.9 ----- ----- Gross profit 110.6 93.7 Operating expenses 86.5 60.3 ---- ---- Operating profit 24.1 33.4 Interest expense 4.5 2.9 Other income (expense) 0.9 (0.5) --- ---- Income before income taxes 20.5 30.0 Income tax expense (benefit) 5.9 (1.3) --- ---- Net Income 14.6 31.3 Less: Net income attributable to noncontrolling interests 0.3 - --- --- Net income attributable to common shareholders $14.3 $31.3 ===== ===== Basic earnings per share $0.23 $0.50 Diluted earnings per share 0.23 0.50 Weighted-average shares outstanding - basic 62.4 62.0 Weighted-average shares outstanding - diluted 62.6 62.0 Cash dividends per share $0.1950 $0.1925
Condensed Consolidated Statements of Cash Flow (Unaudited) (in millions) Three Months Ended December 31, ------------ 2012 2011 ---- ---- Net cash provided by operating activities $19.7 $27.0 Net cash used in investing activities (418.6) (4.2) Net cash provided by (used in) financing activities 480.0 (13.6) Effect of exchange rate changes on cash and cash equivalents 0.8 (2.2) --- ---- Net cash flow 81.9 7.0 Cash and cash equivalents: At beginning of period 20.2 115.5 At end of period $102.1 $122.5 ====== ======
Reconciliation of Non-GAAP Measures (Unaudited) (in millions, except per share data) Three Months Ended December 31, ------------------------------- 2012 2011 ---- ---- GAAP Adjustments Adjusted GAAP Adjustments Adjusted ---- ----------- -------- ---- ----------- -------- Cost of goods sold $194.6 $(3.0) (a) $191.6 $137.9 $ - $137.9 Gross profit 110.6 3.0 113.6 93.7 - 93.7 Operating expenses 86.5 (13.6) (b) 72.9 60.3 (5.6) (e) 54.7 Operating profit 24.1 16.6 40.7 33.4 5.6 39.0 Other income (expense), net 0.9 (c) (0.5) (0.9) - - (0.5) Income tax expense (benefit) 5.9 (d) 10.1 (1.3) (f) 4.2 12.2 10.9 Net income attributable to common shareholders 14.3 25.8 31.3 11.5 (6.6) 24.7 Diluted EPS 0.23 0.18 0.41 0.50 (0.10) 0.40 Ratios: Gross margin 36.2% 1.0% 37.2% 40.5% - 40.5% Operating expenses 28.3% (4.4) 23.9% 26.0% (2.4)% 23.6% as a % of revenue % P = Process Equipment Group; B = Batesville; C = Corporate (a) Inventory step up ($2.6 P), restructuring ($0.1 P, $0.3 B) (b) Business acquisition costs ($9.0 C), backlog amortization ($4.2 P), restructuring ($0.2 C), antitrust litigation ($0.1 B), other ($0.1 B) (c) Acquisition-related foreign currency transactions ($0.8 C), other ($0.1 B) (d) Tax effect of adjustments (e) Backlog amortization ($2.5 P), long-term incentive compensation related to the international integration ($0.2 P, $0.8 B, $1.2 C), antitrust litigation ($0.4 B), and business acquisition costs ($0.5 C) (f) Tax benefit of the international integration ($10.4) and tax effect of adjustments ($1.8)
Three Months Ended December 31, ------------ 2012 2011 ---- ---- Net income attributable to common shareholders $14.3 $31.3 Interest income (0.1) (0.2) Interest expense 4.5 2.9 Income tax expense (benefit) 5.9 (1.3) Depreciation and amortization 15.0 12.2 EBITDA $39.6 $44.9 Business acquisition costs 8.2 0.5 Inventory step-up 2.6 - Long-term incentive compensation related to the international integration - 2.2 Restructuring 0.6 - Antitrust litigation 0.1 0.4 EBITDA - adjusted $51.1 $48.0 ===== =====
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