Ingredion Incorporated於2022年第三季度錄得持續強勁增長

2022年第三季度淨銷售額達20.23億美元,與2021年同期相比,在報告基礎上增長15%,若不計匯率影響,則增長19%2022年第三季度的報告EPS及經調整EPS*分別為1.59美元及1.73美元,而2021年第三季度的報告EPS及經調整EPS則分別為1.75美元及1.67美元。該公司更新其2022年全年經調整EPS展望,預計其經調整EPS將介乎7.00美元至7.45美元之間,而先前的展望則為介乎6.90美元至7.45美元之間。 伊利諾伊州韋斯特切斯特, Nov. 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE via SEAPRWire.com) -- 食品及飲料行業的全球領先配料解決方案供應商Ingredion Incorporated(NYSE證券交易代碼:INGR)日前發佈其2022年第三季度業績。該等根據美國公認會計原則(「GAAP」)報告的2022年和2021年業績包括該公司呈列的非GAAP財務指標排除的項目。 Ingredion的總裁兼行政總裁Jim Zallie表示,「Ingredion於本季度再次錄得強勁業績,淨銷售額增長15%。該等業績得益於核心配料和特色配料的強勁需求以及我們卓越的定價中心在年內領導各地區開展的動態價格管理。我們完全抵銷了上漲的投入成本,擴大了毛利率,並實現了強勁的運營收入增長。 隨著我們執行「驅動增長路線圖」,我們所有四個地區的淨銷售額和毛利率均較去年有所提高,特色配料業務繼續實現兩位數的增長。本季度亮點頗多,例如,我們啟用了位於中國山東的新生產設施,使我們在當地的澱粉生產能力增加了一倍多,以服務於該不斷增長的龐大市場。該擴張正合時宜,亦令我們能夠利用新的網絡能力支持歐洲客戶,由於夏季嚴重乾旱,他們擔心澱粉產品會出現產業短缺。此外,就生物轉化Reb M甜葉菊解決方案而言,我們獲得了歐盟的批准,這為我們的降糖增長平台提供了支持,使我們有機會進一步發展我們的PureCircle特許經營業務。 雖然宏觀環境存在不確定性,但我們的團隊在抵消通脹和匯率等不利影響方面表現極佳,同時克服了供應鏈挑戰,實現增長。展望未來,我們將密切監控客戶需求,並竭盡所能滿足他們當前及未來的需求。」 *經調整攤薄每股收益(「經調整EPS」)、經調整運營收入、經調整有效所得稅稅率及經調整攤薄加權平均發行在外普通股均為非GAAP財務指標。有關該等非GAAP財務指標與最直接可比的GAAP財務指標之間的對賬,請參閱緊隨本新聞所載的精簡合併財務報表之後的補充財務資料第二節「非GAAP資料」。 攤薄每股收益(EPS)  3Q213Q22YTD21YTD22Reported EPS$1.75$1.59$0.74$5.63Restructuring/Impairment costs0.10-0.250.05Acquisition/Integration costs0.06-0.090.01Impairment***(0.30)-5.02-Tax items and other matters0.060.14(0.52)0.11Adjusted EPS**$1.67$1.73$5.58$5.80 估計影響報告EPS及經調整EPS變動的因素  3Q22YTD22Total items affecting EPS**0.060.22Total operating items0.330.51Margin0.470.89Volume0.01(0.14)Foreign exchange(0.12)(0.23)Other income(0.03)(0.01)Total non-operating items(0.27)(0.29)Other non-operating income--Financing costs(0.04)(0.07)Shares outstanding0.030.06Non-controlling interests(0.03)(0.03)Tax rate(0.23)(0.25) **由於四捨五入的原因,數字相加總和可能與總數有所出入;***與阿根廷合資公司的公告有關,2021年的報告業績反映了3.4億美元的持有以供出售資產減值支出,扣除2021年第三季度作出的2,000萬美元有利調整,包括3.11億美元的累計折算虧損。 財務概要 截至2022年9月30日,債務及現金總額(包括短期投資)分別為24億美元及2.98億美元,而截至2021年12月31日的債務及現金總額則分別為20億美元及3.32億美元。第三季度的淨融資成本為2,400萬美元,而去年同期則為2,000萬美元。第三季度的報告稅率及經調整稅率分別為32.3%及30.6%,而去年同期則為22.2%及21.5%。報告的實際所得稅率增加主要是由於美國的國際稅收影響,包括外國稅收抵免和2021年第三季度的減值支出調整。年初至今淨資本開支為1.96億美元,較去年同期上升1,000萬美元。 業務回顧 總Ingredion淨銷售...

Ingredion Incorporated 報告 2022 年第二季度強勁增長

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