Standex Reports Third Quarter Fiscal 2020 Financial Results
- Well Positioned with Strong Balance Sheet, Significant Liquidity and Continued Free Cash Flow Generation
- Implementing Business Continuity and Expense Savings Initiatives to Address Covid-19 Pandemic Impact
- Completed Refrigerated Solutions Group Divestiture; 200 Basis Points Pro Forma Operating Margin Improvement
- Operating Margin Increased Year-over-Year in Hydraulics, Engineering Technologies and Food Service in Fiscal Third Quarter

SALEM, N.H., May 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Standex International Corporation (NYSE:SXI) today reported financial results for the third quarter of fiscal year 2020 ending March 31, 2020.

Summary Financial Results - Total Standex1







($M except EPS and Dividends)

3Q20

3Q19

Change

Net Sales

$155.5

$160.5

-3.1%

Operating Income

$16.9

$16.8

0.4%

Adjusted Operating Income

$17.6

$18.2

-3.2%

Net Income from Continuing Ops

$12.1

$8.7

39.2%





EBITDA

$25.4

$23.7

7.0%

EBITDA margin

16.3%

14.8%

150 bps

Adjusted EBITDA

$26.1

$25.1

4.0%

Adjusted EBITDA margin

16.8%

15.6%

120 bps





Diluted EPS

$0.97

$0.69

40.6%

Adjusted EPS

$0.96

$0.76

26.3%

Dividends per share

$0.22

$0.20

10.0%





3Q Free Cash Flow

$7.3

$11.3

-34.8%

Net Debt to EBITDA

0.95x

2.5x

-62.0%


1Fiscal third quarter 2019 results have been adjusted to reflect the divestiture of Refrigerated Solutions Group on April 16, 2020.

Third Quarter Fiscal 2020 Results 

"I'm pleased with how we navigated the unprecedented environment and positioned the Company to enter an uncertain period in a position of strength.  In response to COVID-19 related business challenges, we took immediate and effective actions in the quarter to support a healthy and safe operating environment for our employees. We launched a company-wide business continuity effort to address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Our experience in China, where some of our plants were closed for a portion of the quarter and are now fully operational, provided us with an effective playbook. We have been deemed an essential business in most of our plants and have had limited shutdowns in our facilities. Our approach in executing globally has been highly collaborative and coordinated," commented David Dunbar, president and chief executive officer.

"Despite the very challenging environment, third quarter earnings improved year-over-year with increased operating margins in Hydraulics, Engineering Technologies and Food Service and we continued to generate solid free cash flow.  Our Engraving segment performance was impacted by reduced capacity in some of our Asian plants due to the COVID-19 pandemic and reduced demand due to certain customer shut-downs in Europe.  In addition to facing similar COVID-19 challenges, the Electronics segment was negatively impacted by material cost increases.  However, on a sequential basis, revenue in the Electronics segment increased and operating margin declined only slightly. 

"In the fiscal third quarter, we announced the divestiture of our Refrigerated Solutions business which was subsequently completed in April.  Consolidated operating margin is approximately 200 basis points higher year-to-date in fiscal 2020 pro forma for the sale of RSG.

"Due to the economic impact of COVID-19 we have initiated expense reductions which will result in approximately $4 million in savings and $1.5 million in restructuring charges in fiscal fourth quarter 2020. In addition, we have reduced fiscal 2020 capital spending by approximately $10 million with the focus on maintenance, safety and our highest priority growth initiatives.

"Our strong balance sheet positions us well to invest selectively in our ongoing pipeline of organic and inorganic opportunities.  We have approximately $220 million in available liquidity with net debt to adjusted EBITDA of under 1x.  In addition, we generated free cash flow of $7.3 million in the third quarter with working capital turns improving ten basis points year-over-year to 4.7x. We also took actions to reduce our effective interest rate by 50 basis points or approximately $1 million annually.  

"In closing, I want to thank our employees for their dedication and efforts as well as our customers and suppliers for their ongoing support.  While this remains an extremely challenging environment, we are confident in our ability to successfully execute and progress on our strategic priorities further transforming Standex around larger and more profitable platforms with compelling customer value propositions," concluded Dunbar.

Outlook

In the fiscal fourth quarter 2020, the Company expects that each of its segments will experience some sequential revenue decline as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Electronics, Engraving, and Engineering Technologies segments are expected to have slight to moderate sequential revenue declines in the fourth quarter.  The Food Service segment is likely to have the most significant sequential decrease in revenue as restaurants around the United States remain closed or focused solely on take out sales.  In addition, the Scientific business will be impacted by the current market shift toward consumable protective equipment due to COVID-19 with less near-term emphasis on capital equipment expenditures.  

Third Quarter Segment Operating Performance

Electronics (31% of sales; 34% of segment operating income)


3Q20

3Q19

% Change

Electronics ($M)




Net sales

$48.1

$50.2

-4.2%

Operating Income

8.0

9.4

-14.9%

Operating Margin

16.7%

18.8%


 

Sales decreased 4.2% year-over-year as the COVID-19 pandemic caused reduced capacity in Electronics' China plants and certain automotive customer shutdowns in Europe.  These trends were partially offset by strength in magnetics sales as well as contribution from new sensor, switch and relay applications.  Operating income year-over-year decreased approximately $1.4 million or 14.9% primarily due to the impact of lower volumes, material price increases, plant closings due to COVID-19, partially offset by cost savings initiatives.

In fiscal fourth quarter 2020, the Company expects a slight sequential decline in revenue and moderate decrease in operating margin.  The anticipated margin decrease reflects a combination of higher raw material cost and expenses associated with the partial shutdown of its Mexico plant.

Engraving (23% of sales; 19% of segment operating income)


3Q20

3Q19

% Change

Engraving ($M)




Net sales

$35.4

$37.1

-4.6%

Operating Income

4.5

4.5

-0.3%

Operating Margin

12.6%

12.1%


 

Sales decreased 4.6% year-over-year, primarily due to pandemic related delays both in the receipt of tools from customers and the business' shipment of completed work. Operating income remained flat year-over-year but declined sequentially primarily due to COVID-19 related volume decline and associated operational costs. 

In fiscal fourth quarter 2020, on a sequential basis, the Company expects a slight decline in revenue and flat operating margin performance primarily due to volume trends.  While the Engraving backlog at the end of the third quarter was in a strong position, there is the potential that some automotive programs may slip into fiscal year 2021. 

Engineering Technologies (17% of sales; 13% of segment operating income)


3Q20

3Q19

% Change

Engineering ($M)




Net sales

$26.7

$27.5

-2.7%

Operating Income

3.1

2.8

10.6%

Operating Margin

11.6%

10.2%


 

Engineering Technologies revenue decreased 2.7% year-over-year reflecting lower aviation-related sales offset partially by increased sales in the space end market.  Operating income grew 10.6% as a result of cost control actions and manufacturing efficiencies. 

In fiscal fourth quarter 2020, the Company expects to see moderate sequential revenue decline in its aviation end market due to COVID-19 related customer pushouts, although the segment's defense exposure should mitigate some of the sequential decrease as these end markets are anticipated to remain stable. The Company expects sequentially flat operating margin performance.

Hydraulics (9% of sales; 10% of segment operating income)


3Q20

3Q19

% Change

Hydraulics ($M)




Net sales

$13.5

$15.1

-10.3%

Operating Income

2.4

2.2

5.0%

Operating Margin

17.4%

14.8%


 

Sales for the Hydraulics segment decreased 10.3% year-over-year due to a slowdown in the dump market and customer inventory destocking in the refuse market.  Operating income increased 5.0% year-over-year reflecting increased contribution from aftermarket sales and solid expense management.    

The Company expects that the fiscal fourth quarter operating performance will be challenged due to the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic will have on customer production levels, along with the continued imposition of tariffs on rod cylinders.  This will be partially offset by the continued focus on growing aftermarket presence and continued expense controls. 

Food Service Equipment (20% of sales; 24% of segment operating income)


3Q20

3Q19*

% Change

Food Service ($M)




Net sales

$31.7

$30.6

3.7%

Operating Income

5.7

5.4

6.9%

Operating Margin

18.1%

17.5%



*Third quarter fiscal 2019 results have been adjusted to reflect the divestiture of Refrigerated Solutions Group.

 

Sales increased 3.7% year-over-year reflecting growth in Scientific, particularly in the retail drug sector, balanced with relatively flat demand in Merchandising and lower sales in the Pumps business. The 6.9% increase in operating income was primarily due to increased margin at both Scientific and Merchandising as a result of favorable product mix and expense control. 

During the fourth quarter, the Company expects a significant sales reduction in our Display Merchandising and Pump businesses as restaurants around the United States remain closed or focused solely on take out sales. Sales in the Scientific business will be moderately impacted by the short-term customer focus on supplying personal protective equipment for health care workers in lieu of capital equipment.

Capital Allocation

  • Share Repurchase: During the fiscal third quarter, the Company repurchased approximately 129,000 shares for $8.1 million.  There is approximately $44.7 million remaining under the Board's current repurchase authorization.
  • Capital Expenditures: In fiscal third quarter of 2020, Standex's cash capital expenditures were $5.5 million compared to $3.1 million in the third quarter of 2019.  The Company is reducing its outlook for fiscal 2020 capital spending to approximately $19 million to $21 million compared to $30 million to $32 million previously. The focus of capital expenditures for the balance of fiscal 2020 will be on maintenance, safety and highest priority growth initiatives. 
  • Dividends: On April 22, the Company declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.22 per share, a 10% year-over-year increase.  The dividend will be payable on May 25, 2020 to shareholders of record May 11, 2020. 

Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Highlights

  • Net Debt: Standex had net debt of $102.8 million at March 31, 2020 compared to $88.1 million at the end of the second fiscal quarter in 2020 and $104.5 million at the end of fiscal 2019.  Net debt for the third quarter of 2020 consisted primarily of long-term debt of $212.1 million and cash and equivalents of $109.3 million of which $81.0 million was held by foreign subsidiaries.

Standex has repatriated approximately $20.3 million year-to-date in fiscal 2020 and continues to expect to repatriate $35 million in total in fiscal 2020. The Company's net debt to Adjusted EBITDA leverage ratio was 0.95x at the end of the fiscal third quarter 2020.

  • Cash Flow: Net cash provided by continuing operating activities for the three months ended March 31, 2020 was $12.8 million compared to net cash provided by continuing operating activities of $14.4 million in the prior year. The Company generated free cash flow after capital expenditures of $7.3 million compared to free cash flow of $11.3 million in the fiscal third quarter 2019. The year-over-year decrease primarily reflected higher capital expenditures and a pension contribution payment.  Working capital turns of 4.7x in the third quarter compared to 4.6x in fiscal third quarter 2019.

Conference Call Details

Standex will host a conference call for investors tomorrow, May 8, 2020 at 8:30 a.m. ET. On the call, David Dunbar, President and CEO, and Ademir Sarcevic, CFO, will review the Company's financial results and business and operating highlights.  Investors interested in listening to the webcast and viewing the slide presentation should log on to the "Investors" section of Standex's website under the subheading, "Events and Presentations", located at www.standex.com

A replay of the webcast will also be available on the Company's website shortly after the conclusion of the presentation online through May 8, 2021. To listen to the teleconference playback, please dial (877) 344-7529 in the U.S. or (412) 317-0088 internationally; the passcode is 10142523.  The audio playback via phone will be available through May 15, 2020. The webcast replay can be accessed in the "Investor Relations" section of the Company's website, located at www.standex.com.

Use of Non-GAAP Financial Measures

In addition to the financial measures prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles ("GAAP"), the Company uses certain non-GAAP financial measures, including non-GAAP adjusted income from operations, non-GAAP adjusted net income from continuing operations, free operating cash flow, EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization) adjusted EBITDA, adjusted EBITDA to net debt, and adjusted earnings per share. The attached financial tables reconcile non-GAAP measures used in this press release to the most directly comparable GAAP measures. The Company believes that the use of non-GAAP measures including the impact of restructuring charges, purchase accounting, insurance recoveries, discrete tax events, and acquisition costs help investors to obtain a better understanding of our operating results and prospects, consistent with how management measures and forecasts the Company's performance, especially when comparing such results to previous periods.  An understanding of the impact in a particular quarter of specific restructuring costs, acquisition expenses, or other gains and losses, on net income (absolute as well as on a per-share basis), operating income or EBITDA can give management and investors additional insight into core financial performance, especially when compared to quarters in which such items had a greater or lesser effect, or no effect.  Non-GAAP measures should be considered in addition to, and not as a replacement for, the corresponding GAAP measures, and may not be comparable to similarly titled measures reported by other companies.

About Standex

Standex International Corporation is a multi-industry manufacturer in five broad business segments: Engraving, Electronics, Engineering Technologies, Hydraulics, and Food Service Equipment with operations in the United States, Europe, Canada, Japan, Singapore, Mexico, Brazil, Turkey, South Africa, India and China.  For additional information, visit the Company's website at http://standex.com/.

Forward-Looking Statements

Statements contained in this Press Release that are not based on historical facts are "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Forward-looking statements may be identified by the use of forward-looking terminology such as "should," "could," "may," "will," "expect," "believe," "estimate," "anticipate," "intend," "continue," or similar terms or variations of those terms or the negative of those terms. There are many factors that affect the Company's business and the results of its operations and that may cause the actual results of operations in future periods to differ materially from those currently expected or anticipated. These factors include, but are not limited to: the impact of pandemics such as the current coronavirus on employees, our supply chain, and the demand for our products and services around the world; materially adverse or unanticipated legal judgments, fines, penalties or settlements; conditions in the financial and banking markets, including fluctuations in exchange rates and the inability to repatriate foreign cash; domestic and international economic conditions, including the impact, length and degree of economic downturns on the customers and markets we serve and more specifically conditions in the automotive, construction, aerospace, transportation, food service equipment, consumer appliance, energy, oil and gas and general industrial markets; lower-cost competition; the relative mix of products which impact margins and operating efficiencies in certain of our businesses; the impact of higher raw material and component costs, particularly steel, certain materials used in electronics parts, petroleum based products, and refrigeration components; an inability to realize the expected cost savings from restructuring activities including effective completion of plant consolidations, cost reduction efforts including procurement savings and productivity enhancements, capital management improvements, strategic capital expenditures, and the implementation of lean enterprise manufacturing techniques; the potential for losses associated with the exit from or divestiture of businesses that are no longer strategic or no longer meet our growth and return expectations; the inability to achieve the savings expected from global sourcing of raw materials and diversification efforts in emerging markets; the impact on cost structure and on economic conditions as a result of actual and threatened increases in trade tariffs; the inability to attain expected benefits from acquisitions and the inability to effectively consummate and integrate such acquisitions and achieve synergies envisioned by the Company; market acceptance of our products; our ability to design, introduce and sell new products and related product components; the ability to redesign certain of our products to continue meeting evolving regulatory requirements; the impact of delays initiated by our customers; and our ability to increase manufacturing production to meet demand; and potential changes to future pension funding requirements. In addition, any forward-looking statements represent management's estimates only as of the day made and should not be relied upon as representing management's estimates as of any subsequent date. While the Company may elect to update forward-looking statements at some point in the future, the Company and management specifically disclaim any obligation to do so, even if management's estimates change.

 

Standex International Corporation

Consolidated Statement of Operations

(unaudited)

















Three Months Ended



Nine Months Ended




March 31,



March 31,

(In thousands, except per share data)



2020



2019



2020



2019














Net sales


$

155,474


$

160,455


$

465,150


$

471,189

Cost of sales



102,959



105,340



296,613



296,722

Gross profit



52,515



55,115



168,537



174,467














Selling, general and administrative expenses



34,893



36,913



113,697



111,237

Restructuring costs



593



549



2,792



826

Acquisition related costs



120



805



1,650



2,352














Income from operations



16,909



16,848



50,398



60,052














Interest expense



1,774



3,230



5,820



8,598

Other non-operating (income) / expense



(238)



679



(566)



1,694

Total



1,536



3,909



5,254



10,292














Income from continuing operations before income taxes



15,373



12,939



45,144



49,760

Provision for income taxes



3,321



4,284



10,229



14,086

Net income from continuing operations



12,052



8,655



34,915



35,674














Income (loss) from discontinued operations, net of tax



(18,375)



17,614



(16,562)



19,847














Net income (loss)


$

(6,323)


$

26,269


$

18,353


$

55,521














Basic earnings per share:













Income (loss) from continuing operations


$

0.98


$

0.69


$

2.83


$

2.83

Income (loss) from discontinued operations



(1.49)



1.41



(1.34)



1.57

Total


$

(0.51)


$

2.10


$

1.49


$

4.40














Diluted earnings per share:













Income (loss) from continuing operations


$

0.97


$

0.69


$

2.81


$

2.81

Income (loss) from discontinued operations



(1.48)



1.40



(1.33)



1.57

Total


$

(0.51)


$

2.09


$

1.48



4.38














Average Shares Outstanding













   Basic



12,337



12,530



12,348



12,626

   Diluted



12,397



12,574



12,413



12,687














 

Standex International Corporation

Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheets

(unaudited)











March 31,



June 30,

(In thousands)



2020



2019








ASSETS







Current assets:







  Cash and cash equivalents


$

109,297


$

93,145

  Accounts receivable, net



101,331



103,374

  Inventories



85,274



76,302

  Prepaid expenses and other current assets



21,829



21,820

  Income taxes receivable



5,232



1,622

  Current assets- Discontinued Operations



37,518



37,610

    Total current assets



360,481



333,873








Property, plant, equipment, net



134,171



134,239

Intangible assets, net



109,264



118,660

Goodwill



270,044



273,843

Deferred tax asset



10,876



14,140

Operating lease right-of-use asset



40,901



-

Other non-current assets



26,306



25,105

Long-term Assets- Disontinued Operations



4,879



22,029

    Total non-current assets



596,441



588,016








Total assets


$

956,922


$

921,889








LIABILITIES AND STOCKHOLDERS' EQUITY













Current liabilities:







  Accounts payable


$

54,188


$

54,201

  Accrued liabilities



55,729



50,176

  Income taxes payable



524



5,735

  Current Liabilities- Disontinued Operations



26,362



31,503

    Total current liabilities



136,803



141,615








Long-term debt



212,065



197,610

Operating lease long-term liabilities



32,084



-

Accrued pension and other non-current liabilities


106,446



116,128

Non-current liabilities- Discontinued Operations



2,720



2,223

    Total non-current liabilities



353,315



315,961








Stockholders' equity:







  Common stock



41,976



41,976

  Additional paid-in capital



70,910



65,515

  Retained earnings



828,556



818,282

  Accumulated other comprehensive loss



(142,916)



(137,278)

  Treasury shares



(331,722)



(324,182)

     Total stockholders' equity



466,804



464,313








Total liabilities and stockholders' equity


$

956,922


$

921,889








 

Standex International Corporation and Subsidiaries

Statements of Consolidated Cash Flows

(unaudited)




Nine Months Ended




March 31,

(In thousands)



2020



2019








Cash Flows from Operating Activities







Net income


$

18,353


$

55,521

Income (loss) from discontinued operations



(16,562)



19,847

Income from continuing operations



34,915



35,674








Adjustments to reconcile net income to net cash provided by operating activities:





   Depreciation and amortization



24,301



21,599

   Stock-based compensation



5,285



2,680

    Non-cash portion of restructuring charge



(87)



(81)

    Life insurance benefit



(1,302)



-

    Contributions to defined benefit plans



(3,454)



(751)

Net changes in operating assets and liabilities



(30,168)



(29,544)

Net cash provided by operating activities - continuing operations



29,490



29,577

Net cash provided by (used in) operating activities - discontinued operations



(3,559)



(4,000)

Net cash provided by (used in) operating activities



25,931



25,577

Cash Flows from Investing Activities







    Expenditures for property, plant and equipment



(15,806)



(16,914)

    Expenditures for acquisitions, net of cash acquired



-



(96,768)

    Other investing activities



1,515



2,520

Net cash (used in) investing activities from continuing operations



(14,291)



(111,162)

Net cash (used in )investing activities from discontinued operations



9,414



1,996

Net cash (used in) investing activities



(4,877)



(109,166)

Cash Flows from Financing Activities







    Proceeds from borrowings



106,500



206,650

    Payments of debt



(92,300)



(107,650)

    Contingent consideration payment



(872)



(910)

    Activity under share-based payment plans



1,577



952

    Purchase of treasury stock



(9,008)



(19,239)

    Cash dividends paid



(7,911)



(7,331)

Net cash provided by (used in) financing activities



(2,014)



72,472








Effect of exchange rate changes on cash



(2,888)



(2,444)








Net changes in cash and cash equivalents



16,152



(13,561)

Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of year



93,145



109,602

Cash and cash equivalents at end of period


$

109,297


$

96,041








 

Standex International Corporation

Selected Segment Data

(unaudited)

















Three Months Ended



Nine Months Ended




March 31,



March 31,

(In thousands)



2020



2019



2020



2019

Net Sales













Electronics Products


$

48,069


$

50,197


$

140,521


$

154,347

Engraving



35,431



37,135



112,118



111,602

Engineering Technologies



26,730



27,467



77,869



71,818

Hydraulics Products



13,549



15,106



38,613



39,758

Food Service Equipment



31,695



30,550



96,029



93,664

Total


$

155,474


$

160,455


$

465,150


$

471,189














Income from operations













Electronics Products


$

8,017


$

9,418


$

23,892


$

32,581

Engraving



4,472



4,485



17,925



18,883

Engineering Technologies



3,098



2,800



9,879



6,636

Hydraulics Products



2,354



2,242



6,698



5,753

Food Service Equipment



5,729



5,361



19,134



17,224

Restructuring



(593)



(549)



(2,792)



(826)

Acquisition Related Costs



(120)



(805)



(1,650)



(2,352)

Corporate



(6,048)



(6,104)



(22,688)



(17,847)

Total


$

16,909


$

16,848


$

50,398


$

60,052














 

Standex International Corporation




Reconciliation of GAAP to Non-GAAP Financial Measures




(unaudited)



























Three Months Ended





Nine Months Ended








March 31,





March 31,




(In thousands, except percentages)



2020



2019


% Change



2020



2019


% Change


Adjusted income from operations and adjusted net income from continuing operations:


















Net Sales


$

155,474


$

160,455


-3.1%


$

465,150


$

471,189


-1.3%


Income from operations, as reported


$

16,909


$

16,848


0.4%


$

50,398


$

60,052


-16.1%



Income from operations margin



10.9%



10.5%





10.8%



12.7%




Adjustments:



















Restructuring charges



593



549





2,792



826





Acquisition-related costs



120



805





1,650



2,352





Purchase accounting expenses



-



-





-



511




Adjusted income from operations


$

17,622


$

18,202


-3.2%


$

54,840


$

63,741


-14.0%



Adjusted income from operations magin



11.3%



11.3%





11.8%



13.5%




Interest and other income (expense), net



(1,536)



(3,909)





(5,254)



(10,292)




Provision for income taxes



(3,321)



(4,284)





(10,229)



(14,086)





Discrete and other tax items



(695)



-





(1,417)



(779)





Tax impact of above adjustments



(186)



(417)





(1,159)



(1,136)




Net income from continuing operations, as adjusted


$

11,884


$

9,592


23.9%


$

36,781


$

37,448


-1.8%





















EBITDA and Adjusted EBITDA:


















Net income (loss) from continuing operations, as reported


$

12,052


$

8,655


39.2%


$

34,915


$

35,674





Net income from continuing operations margin



7.8%



5.4%





7.5%



7.6%




Add back:



















Provision for income taxes



3,321



4,284





10,229



14,086





Interest expense



1,774



3,230





5,820



8,598





Depreciation and amortization



8,235



7,560





24,301



21,599




EBITDA


$

25,382


$

23,729


7.0%


$

75,265


$

79,957


-5.9%



EBITDA Margin



16.3%



14.8%





16.2%



17.0%




Adjustments:



















Restructuring charges



593



549





2,792



826





Acquisition-related costs



120



805





1,650



2,352





Life Insurance Benefit



-



-





(1,302)



-





Purchase accounting expenses



-



-





-



511




Adjusted EBITDA


$

26,095


$

25,083


4.0%


$

78,405


$

83,646


-6.3%



Adjusted EBITDA Margin



16.8%



15.6%





16.9%



17.8%























Free operating cash flow:


















Net cash provided by operating activities - continuing operations, as reported


$

12,831


$

14,412




$

29,490


$

29,577




Less: Capital expenditures



(5,510)



(3,155)





(15,806)



(16,914)




Free operating cash flow


$

7,321


$

11,257




$

13,684


$

12,663




 

Standex International Corporation

Reconciliation of GAAP to Non-GAAP Financial Measures

(unaudited)























Three Months Ended





Nine Months Ended



Adjusted earnings per share from continuing operations



March 31,





March 31,





2020



2019


%
Change



2020



2019


% Change



















Diluted earnings per share from continuing operations, as reported


$

0.97


$

0.69


40.6%


$

2.81


$

2.81


0.0%



















Adjustments:


















Restructuring charges



0.04



0.03





0.17



0.05




Acquisition-related costs



0.01



0.04





0.10



0.14




Life insurance benefit



-



-





(0.10)



-




Discrete tax Items



(0.06)



-





(0.11)



(0.06)




Purchase accounting expenses



-



-





-



0.03



Diluted earnings per share from continuing operations, as adjusted


$

0.96


$

0.76


26.3%


$

2.87


$

2.97


-3.4%























Nine Months Ended



Nine Months Ended





March 31, 2020



March 31, 2019

Proforma Operating Margin Improvement



Continuing Ops Prior to Divested RSG



Divested RSG Businesses


Restated Continuing Operations



Continuing Ops Prior to Divested RSG



Divested RSG Businesses


Restated Continuing Operations

Net sales



574,068



108,918


465,150



582,403



111,214


471,189



















Income (loss) from operations



50,964



(19,430)


50,398



62,204



(2,153)


60,052

Adjustment for pre-tax impairment on divestiture


-



(19,996)


-



-



-


-

Income (loss) from operations as adjusted



50,964



566


50,398



62,204



(2,153)


60,052

Income (loss) from operations margin as adjusted


8.9%



0.5%


10.8%



10.7%



-1.9%


12.7%



















 

SOURCE Standex International Corporation

For further information: Ademir Sarcevic, CFO, (603) 893-9701, e-mail : InvestorRelations@Standex.com