Textron Reports First Quarter Earnings
Textron Reports First Quarter Earnings
Adjusts Outlook for Soft Business Jet Demand
PROVIDENCE, R.I.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Textron Inc. (NYS: TXT) today reported first quarter 2013 income from continuing operations of $0.40 per share, compared to $0.41 per share in the first quarter of 2012. Total revenues in the quarter were $2.86 billion, approximately flat with the first quarter of 2012.
Segment profit was $235 million, down $24 million from the first quarter of 2012. First quarter 2013 manufacturing cash flow before pension contributions reflected a use of cash of $425 million compared to a use of cash of $106 million during the first quarter of 2012. The company contributed $140 million to its pension plans during the first quarter.
"We saw strong growth in Bell commercial helicopters, Textron Systems defense products, and E-Z-GO vehicles, but demand in the business jet market was softer than expected," said Textron Chairman and CEO Scott C. Donnelly.
Donnelly continued, "Based on current business jet market conditions, we are reducing our 2013 business jet delivery outlook and now expect that deliveries will be down this year compared to 2012. This reflects our expectation for lower deliveries in the light category, partially offset by growth in the midsize category. Accordingly, we are adjusting production schedules and implementing other appropriate cost actions at Cessna."
"While we are taking these immediate actions, we believe the global business jet market still has significant long-term growth potential and we remain committed to our new product plans, which include introduction of the M2, and new Sovereign and Citation X models later this year, as well as the Latitude in 2015 and the Longitude in 2017."
Textron's 2013 guidance for earnings per share from continuing operations is now $1.90 to $2.10 and cash flow from continuing operations of the manufacturing group before pension contributions is expected to be approximately $400 million, with planned pension contributions of about $200 million.
First Quarter Segment Results
Revenues at Cessna increased $39 million, primarily the result of higher used aircraft sales. Cessna delivered 32 new jets in the quarter down from 38 units in last year's first quarter.
Cessna recorded a segment loss of $8 million in the first quarter compared to a segment loss of $6 million a year-ago.
Cessna backlog at the end of the first quarter was $1.03 billion, down $28 million from the end of 2012.
Bell revenues decreased $45 million, primarily the result of lower military unit deliveries and lower commercial aftermarket sales. Bell delivered 9 V-22's and 6 H-1's in the quarter, compared to 10 V-22's and 7 H-1's in last year's first quarter and delivered 40 commercial helicopters, up from 30 units last year.
Segment profit decreased $16 million, primarily reflecting the lower military deliveries and commercial aftermarket volumes.
Bell backlog at the end of the first quarter was $7.08 billion, down $386 million from the end of 2012.
Revenues at Textron Systems increased $52 million, reflecting higher Unmanned Aircraft Systems and Weapons and Sensors volumes, partially offset by lower vehicle deliveries within Land and Marine. Segment profit increased $3 million.
Textron Systems' backlog at the end of the first quarter was $2.79 billion, down $134 million from the end of 2012.
Industrial revenues decreased $28 million, primarily due to lower Fuel Systems and Functional Components product line volumes, reflecting lower automotive demand in Europe and Asia. Segment profit decreased $16 million reflecting the lower volume and an unfavorable mix.
Finance segment revenues decreased $19 million compared to the first quarter of 2012, reflecting a smaller finance receivable portfolio.
The Finance segment reported a profit of $19 million compared to $12 million in the first quarter of 2012.
Textron's first quarter tax rate benefitted primarily from the impact of the re-enactment of the U.S. research and development credit.
Conference Call Information
Textron will host its conference call today, April 17, 2013 at 8:00 a.m. (Eastern) to discuss its results and outlook. The call will be available via webcast at www.textron.com or by direct dial at (800) 230-1092 in the U.S. or (612) 234-9960 outside of the U.S. (request the Textron Earnings Call).
In addition, the call will be recorded and available for playback beginning at 10:30 a.m. (Eastern) on Wednesday, April 17, 2013 by dialing (320) 365-3844; Access Code: 265925.
A package containing key data that will be covered on today's call can be found in the Investor Relations section of the company's website at www.textron.com.
About Textron Inc.
Textron Inc. is a multi-industry company that leverages its global network of aircraft, defense, industrial and finance businesses to provide customers with innovative solutions and services. Textron is known around the world for its powerful brands such as Bell Helicopter, Cessna Aircraft Company, Jacobsen, Kautex, Lycoming, E-Z-GO, Greenlee, and Textron Systems. More information is available at www.textron.com.
Manufacturing cash flow before pension contributions is a non-GAAP measure that is defined and reconciled to GAAP in an attachment to this release.
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Revenues by Segment and Reconciliation of Segment Profit to Net Income
Three Months Ended March 30, 2013 and March 31, 2012
(Dollars in millions, except per share amounts)
Three Months Ended
March 30, 2013
March 31, 2012
|Corporate expenses and other, net||(55||)||(47||)|
|Interest expense, net for Manufacturing group||(37||)||(35||)|
|Income from continuing operations before income taxes||143||177|
|Income tax expense||(28||)||(57||)|
|Income from continuing operations||115||120|
|Discontinued operations, net of income taxes||4||(2||)|
|Earnings per share:|
|Income from continuing operations||$||0.40||$||0.41|
|Discontinued operations, net of income taxes||0.01||(0.01||)|
|Diluted Average shares outstanding||288,978,000||294,632,000|
|Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheets|
|Cash and equivalents||$||701||$||1,378|
|Accounts receivable, net||954||829|
|Other current assets||445||470|
|Net property, plant and equipment||2,134||2,149|
|Finance group assets||2,186||2,322|
|Liabilities and Shareholders' Equity|
|Short term debt and current portion of long-term debt||$||426||$||535|
|Other current liabilities||2,776||2,977|
|Finance group liabilities||1,839||1,966|
|Total Shareholders' Equity||3,148||2,991|
|Total Liabilities and Shareholders' Equity||$||12,557||$||13,033|
|Condensed Schedule of Cash Flows and Manufacturing Cash Flow GAAP to Non-GAAP Reconciliations|
|Three Months Ended|
|March 30,||March 31,|
|Cash flows from operating activities:|
|Income from continuing operations||$||103||$||110|
|Dividends received from TFC||20||240|
|Capital contributions paid to TFC||-||(240||)|
|Depreciation and amortization||92||84|
|Changes in working capital||(529||)||(275||)|
|Changes in other assets and liabilities and non-cash items||(154||)||(96||)|
|Net cash from operating activities of continuing operations||(468||)||(177||)|
|Cash flows from investing activities:|
|Other investing activities, net||(18||)||-|
|Net cash from investing activities||(95||)||(73||)|
|Cash flows from financing activities:|
|Principal payments on long-term debt||(312||)||-|
|Increase in short-term debt||205||-|
|Other financing activities, net||6||4|
|Net cash from financing activities||(101||)||4|
|Total cash flows from continuing operations||(664||)||(246||)|
|Total cash flows from discontinued operations||(4||)||(1||)|
|Effect of exchange rate changes on cash and equivalents||(9||)||4|
|Net change in cash and equivalents||(677||)||(243||)|
|Cash and equivalents at beginning of period||1,378||871|
|Cash and equivalents at end of period||$||701||$||628|
|Manufacturing Cash Flow GAAP to Non-GAAP Reconciliations:|
|Net cash from operating activities of continuing operations - GAAP||$||(468||)||$||(177||)|
|Less: Capital expenditures||(77||)||(73||)|
|Dividends received from TFC||(20||)||(240||)|
|Plus: Capital contributions paid to TFC||-||240|
|Total pension contributions||140||144|
|Manufacturing cash flow before pension contributions- Non-GAAP||$||(425||)||$||(106||)|
|Net cash from operating activities of continuing operations - GAAP||$770|
|Less: Capital expenditures||(550)|
|Dividends received from TFC||(20)|
|Plus: Total pension contributions||200|
|Manufacturing cash flow before pension contributions- Non-GAAP||$400|
Free cash flow is a measure generally used by investors, analysts and management to gauge a company's ability to generate cash from operations in excess of that necessary to be reinvested to sustain and grow the business and fund its obligations. Our definition of Manufacturing free cash flow adjusts net cash from operating activities of continuing operations for dividends received from TFC, capital contributions provided under the Support Agreement, capital expenditures, proceeds from the sale of property, plant and equipment and contributions to our pension plans. We believe that our calculat