Honeywell Reports Second Quarter 2016 Sales Of $10.0 Billion, Up 2%; Earnings Up 10% To $1.66 Per Share; Announces Split Of Automation And Control Solutions Business Group
July 22, 2016
‚Ä¢ Segment Margin Improvement of 10 bps; 110 bps Operational Improvement
‚Ä¢ Announced $1.5B Intelligrated Acquisition, R&C Spin-Off, and Repurchased ~$0.5 Billion of Shares
‚Ä¢ Raising Low-End of 2016 EPS Guidance Range (Ex-Pension MTM) to $6.60 - $6.70, Up 8% - 10%
‚Ä¢ Two New Reporting Segments &endash; Home And Building Technologies, Safety And Productivity Solutions &endash; Provide Greater Customer and Growth Focus
MORRIS PLAINS, N.J., July 22, 2016 -- Honeywell (NYSE: HON) today announced its results for the second quarter of 2016:
|($ Millions, Except Earnings Per Share)||2Q 2015||2Q 2016||Change|
|Segment Margin||18.4%||18.5%||10 bps|
|Operating Income Margin||17.6%||18.4%||80 bps|
|Earnings Per Share||$1.51||$1.66||10%|
|Cash Flow from Operations||1,408||1,544||10%|
|Free Cash Flow (1)||1,165||1,263||8%|
(1) Cash Flow from Operations Less Capital Expenditures
“Honeywell grew earnings 10% in the second quarter, capping off a strong first half of 2016,” said Honeywell Chairman and CEO Dave Cote. “Sales in the quarter of $10.0B were in-line with our expectations driven by contributions from each of our business groups. In Aerospace, we saw continued momentum in Commercial Aviation Aftermarket and Transportation Systems. ACS had strong growth in Security and Fire, Buildings Solutions and Distribution, and its China business. And, PMT saw higher sales in Process Solutions and Fluorine Products, where we continue to outperform.”
“In the second quarter, we also continued to smartly deploy capital to position our businesses for sustainable growth, to add to our Great Positions in Good Industries, and to drive shareowner value. Earlier this month, we announced the acquisition of Intelligrated, a leader in supply chain and warehouse automation technologies, for $1.5 billion. This business complements our suite of transportation and logistics technologies with warehouse execution software and other technologies enabling superior efficiency in warehouse and distribution operations. We also repurchased approximately $500 million of shares during the quarter, bringing our year-to-date total to $1.6 billion, and funded $97 million in new restructuring projects.”
“As a result of our first half performance, we are raising the low-end of our full-year earnings guidance range to $6.60-$6.70, up 8%-10%. We will continue to support growth, focusing on winning in High Growth Regions, advancing our superior software capabilities, and effectively using HOS Gold to drive breakthrough initiatives and deliver high-quality products to our customers globally,” continued Cote.
The company is updating its full-year 2016 guidance and now expects:
2016 Full-Year Guidance
|Prior Guidance||Revised Guidance||Change vs. 2015|
|Sales||$40.3 - $40.9B||$40.0 - $40.6B||4% - 5%|
|Core Organic Growth||1% - 2%||~1%|
|Segment Margin||18.9% - 19.3%||18.9% - 19.3%||10 - 50 bps (2)|
|Operating Income Margin (Ex-Pension MTM)||18.0% - 18.4%||18.0% - 18.4%||10 - 50 bps (3)|
|Earnings Per Share (Ex-Pension MTM)||$6.55 - $6.70||$6.60 - $6.70||8% - 10%|
|Free Cash Flow (1)||$4.6 - $4.8B||$4.6 - $4.8B||5% - 10%|
1. Cash Flow from Operations Less Capital Expenditures
2. Segment Margin ex-M&A Up 80 - 110 bps
3. Operating Margin ex-M&A Up 80 - 110 bps
Automation and Control Solutions Realignment
Honeywell also announced today that it is realigning its ACS business segment into two new segments: Home and Building Technologies (HBT) and Safety and Productivity Solutions (SPS). Financial performance for the third quarter of 2016 will be reported based on this realignment. For 2015, HBT and SPS would have had estimated revenues of approximately $9.4 billion and $4.7 billion, respectively.
“ACS is coming off a strong quarter and has established momentum in key software-driven markets where our products and services give us a competitive advantage, especially given our recent acquisitions such as Elster, Xtralis, Intelligrated, and Movilizer,” said Cote. “We have removed layers from our organizational structure and are well-positioned to implement a more focused segment reporting alignment that fits our HOS Gold approach to drive breakthrough strategies and speed up new product introduction. This new structure will also help us better serve our customers. Our success through acquisition and NPI has resulted in a much broader portfolio that has outgrown the existing ACS construct. Having two more nimble segments will promote greater customer intimacy and responsiveness. The separation into two businesses will also enable increased efficiency and speed of decision-making as well as a more comprehensive integrated suite of technologies for the respective end markets.”
HBT benefits from Honeywell's advanced software and connectivity capability combined with an installed base of products and technologies in more than 150 million homes and 10 million buildings worldwide that help homeowners stay connected and in control of home comfort, security, fire systems, and air and water purification, and that help building owners and occupants ensure their facilities are safe, comfortable, and sustainable. It will include Honeywell's Environmental & Energy Solutions (E&ES), Security and Fire, and Building Solutions and Distribution businesses. E&ES' Industrial Combustion and Thermal business will be reclassified to Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies (PMT). HBT will be led by Terrence Hahn, who previously ran Honeywell's Transportation Systems unit for the past three years, launching more than 100 new engine programs per annum and overseeing the divestiture of Friction Materials. Prior to that, Hahn led the Fluorine Products business within PMT, where he established the Solstice® product line, and prior to his employment with Honeywell, held several senior leadership positions within Air Products and Chemicals Inc. He earned bachelor's and master's degrees in materials science from Lehigh University and an M.B.A. from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
SPS technologies support the productivity and safety of more than half a billion workers worldwide with offerings such as rugged mobile computers, voice-enabled software and workflows, bar-code scanners, printing solutions, gas sensing technologies, and personal protective equipment. It will include Honeywell's Sensing & Productivity Solutions and Industrial Safety business units, as well as the Intelligrated acquisition after it closes. SPS will be led by John Waldron, who has served for the past year as president of the Sensing and Productivity Solutions business unit that had been formed by the combination of Honeywell's Scanning and Mobility (HSM) and Sensing and Controls businesses. Previously, Waldron led the HSM business and served as chief marketing officer while leading the marketing integration of several acquired businesses within the SPS portfolio, including Hand Held Products, Metrologic Instruments, and EMS Technologies. Waldron earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Dayton and an M.B.A. from the University of Notre Dame.
Succeeding Hahn as president and CEO of Transportation Systems will be Olivier Rabiller, who has held positions of increasing responsibility since joining Honeywell in 2002. For the past two years, he has managed the Transportation Systems businesses in China, India, and Brazil as part of his responsibilities for generating growth in the fastest-growing geographies around the world. His responsibilities have also included the global aftermarket; business development; mergers, acquisitions and divestitures; and licensing. He was previously vice president and general manager of the Aftermarket business within Transportation Systems. Prior to Honeywell, Rabiller served seven years at Renault in Customer Service, Engine Project Management, and Purchasing. He holds an engineering degree from Ecole Centrale Nantes and an M.B.A. from INSEAD.
“Our new business group leaders demonstrate the depth and talent of our leadership bench, and they will drive continued outperformance in their respective businesses,” said Cote.
Alex Ismail, who served as president and CEO of Automation and Control Solutions for the past two years, will leave the company. “I would like to thank Alex for a long and successful career at Honeywell, during which he led several different significant business units over many years,” concluded Cote. “Alex was instrumental in building our Turbo business into a global technology powerhouse, with rapid growth in all regions and world-leading technologies that have greatly benefited from their proximity to our Aerospace business. He then moved to Automation and Control Solutions, where he delivered strong operating margin expansion and improved operational excellence; completed several acquisitions in new strategic adjacencies such as smart meters; accelerated growth in High Growth Regions, and built a strong pipeline of new products, Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, and software for home, building, and worker applications. Alex is a well-liked and respected leader, and we wish him the best in his next endeavor.”
This realignment has no impact on Honeywell's historical consolidated financial position, results of operations or cash flows.
Additional commentary on the second quarter 2016 results by business segment are provided below.
|($ Millions)||2Q 2015||2Q 2016||% Change|
|Segment Margin||20.3%||20.9%||60 bps|
‚Ä¢ Sales for the second quarter were down (1%) reported and down (2%) on a core organic basis. The decrease in core organic sales was primarily driven by program delays and completions in the international, U.S., and services businesses within Defense & Space (D&S), lower shipments to Business and General Aviation (BGA) OEMs, and higher OEM incentives. This was partially offset by higher spares sales, higher repair and overhaul activities, and new turbo platform launches on passenger vehicles in Transportation Systems. The difference between reported and core organic sales was due to the favorable impact from acquisitions.
‚Ä¢ Segment profit was up 2% and segment margin expanded 60 bps to 20.9%, driven by productivity net of inflation, and commercial excellence, partially offset by continued investments for growth including higher OEM incentives, and acquisition amortization and integration costs. Excluding the impact of acquisitions, segment margin expanded 80 bps.
Automation and Control Solutions
|($ Millions)||2Q 2015||2Q 2016||% Change|
|Segment Margin||16.0%||15.8%||(20) bps|
‚Ä¢ Sales for the second quarter were up 9% reported. Core organic sales were down 1% in the quarter as a result of lower volume in Sensing & Productivity Solutions (S&PS) due to the USPS roll-out in the second quarter of 2015 partially offset by continued global growth in Security and Fire, strength in our Americas Distribution business, and further penetration of High Growth Regions. The difference between reported and core organic sales was due to the favorable impact from acquisitions, primarily Elster.
‚Ä¢ Segment profit was up 8% and segment margin contracted (20) bps to 15.8%, primarily driven by acquisition amortization and integration costs. Excluding the impact of acquisitions, segment margin expanded 50 bps driven by productivity, net of inflation, the benefits of previous restructuring actions, and commercial excellence, partially offset by continued investments for growth.
Performance Materials and Technologies
|($ Millions)||2Q 2015||2Q 2016||% Change|
|Segment Margin||21.3%||21.1%||(20) bps|
‚Ä¢ Sales for the second quarter were down (3%) reported. Core organic sales were down (4%) primarily driven by lower UOP gas processing, licensing, and equipment sales and lower market pricing in Resins & Chemicals, partially offset by higher projects, software, and services sales in Process Solutions (HPS) and stronger volume in Fluorine Products. The difference between reported and core organic sales was due to the favorable impact from acquisitions, partially offset by the unfavorable impact of foreign currency and lower raw materials pass-through pricing in Resins & Chemicals.
‚Ä¢ Segment profit was down (4%) and segment margins contracted (20) bps to 21.1%, driven by lower volume and continued investments for growth, partially offset by the benefits of previous restructuring actions and commercial excellence.
*Throughout this press release, core organic sales growth refers to reported sales growth less the impacts from foreign currency translation, M&A and raw materials pass-through pricing in the Resins & Chemicals business of PMT. The raw materials pricing impact is excluded in instances where raw materials costs are passed through to customers, which drives fluctuations in selling prices not tied to volume growth. A reconciliation of core organic sales growth to reported sales growth is provided in the attached financial tables.
Honeywell will discuss its results during its investor conference call today starting at 9:30 a.m. EDT. To participate on the conference call, please dial (877) 879-6207 (domestic) or (719) 325-4942 (international) approximately ten minutes before the 9:30 a.m. EDT start. Please mention to the operator that you are dialing in for Honeywell's second quarter 2016 earnings call or provide the conference code HON2Q16. The live webcast of the investor call as well as related presentation materials will be available through the “Investor Relations” section of the company's Website ( www.honeywell.com/investor). Investors can hear a replay of the conference call from 12:30 p.m. EDT, July 22, until 12:30 p.m. EDT, July 29, by dialing (888) 203-1112 (domestic) or (719) 457-0820 (international). The access code is 6704637.
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