Tefron Reports Second Quarter 2010 Results Tefron Reports a Positive EBITDA for the Second Quarter of 2010
TEL AVIV, Israel, August 18, 2010 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- - Tefron Ltd. (OTC:TFRFF; TASE:TFRN) Second Quarter Highlights: - Tefron reports a positive EBITDA for the second quarter of 2010, as compared to a negative EBITDA of about $3.3M for the corresponding quarter last year. - Net loss of approximately $2M as compared with net loss of approximately $4.6M for the corresponding quarter last year. - Decrease of $3.4M in operating loss for Q2/10 as compared with second quarter last year. This decrease was achieved primarily due to significant improvements in key operational measures;`On Time Delivery` to customers and reduction in production waste, which led to increased efficiency and yield. In addition, significant savings were achieved in fixed costs. - Operational efficiency increased from 60% to 85%, while increasing the Company's production capacity. - The Company began receiving orders from new strategic customers in the U.S.
Commenting on the results, CEO Amit Meridor, said: "During the first quarter of the year, Tefron began implementation of its Turnaround Plan, for an immediate improvement of the operating results and returning to a momentum of growth. Tefron exceed the Turnaround plan goals set for the second quarter. The Company demonstrated substantial operational improvements, which led to a reduction in losses and to a positive EBITDA for the quarter, as compared to a negative EBITDA of approximately $12M in 2009. While enhancing collaboration with current customers, the Company has recently begun to supply to new customers and is also operating toward extending its swimwear development and production activities to the American and European markets."
Meridor further added that: "We are investing great efforts in regaining customer confidence in Tefron and our operational improvements enable us to be both efficient and competitive. Second quarter results demonstrate Tefron's ability to introduce changes in the Company's cost structure within a short period of time, improve customer service and create a healthy company. We expect the significant changes implemented during the first half of the year and those to be applied in the second half, shall enable Tefron to regain and expand its customer base."
Incoming Tefron Chairman, Arnon Tiberg, commented: "Tefron took on the challenge of regaining a major position in the global textile industry as a leading player in its field, while implementing an aggressive long term recovery and growth plan. The Company continues to operate toward improving all of the parameters identified with its production floor, such as improving On Time Delivery to customers and reduction in production waste. In addition, the Company continues cutting down cost structure in terms of personnel, rent and transportation expenses."
Tiberg further added that: "In recent months, we have strengthened our top management with leading textile and fashion managers and the results were forthcoming. The Company board has complete confidence in management and its ability to achieve improvements in framework of the Turnaround plan."
Results for Q2/2010
Company sales amounted to $24.9M as compared to $25.3M for the corresponding period last year.
Operating losses amounted to approximately $2.3M, as compared to losses of $5.6M for the corresponding period last year. This decline is mainly due to the improvement in On Time Delivery to customers and reduction in production waste, which led to increased efficiency while improving the production capacity and, due to significant savings on fixed costs.
The Company reports positive EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest, Tax, Depreciation and Amortization) of about $12K, as compared to a negative EBITDA of about $3.3M for the corresponding period last year.
Financial expenses amounted to $370K, as compared to $434K for the corresponding quarter last year.
Net loss amounted to approximately $2M, as compared with $4.6M net loss for the corresponding quarter last year.
Company's Financials as on 30 June, 2010:
Current assets totaled to $36.0M as compared with $39.9M on 31 December, 2009. The 9.8% decline was derived mainly of a $1.5M decline in cash, which were used to finance the Company losses, and of a $1.3M decline in inventory due to the seasonality of the swimwear products.
Current liabilities total about $23.0M, as compared to $46.6M on 31 December, 2009. The $26.6M decline is derived mainly of bank credits. The agreement signed with the banks on 2 March, 2010 included a restructure for the Company's credit facilities. As part of this reorganization, the main part of the bank credit become long term debts and as such, classified as non-current liabilities.
Non-current liabilities total about $22.5M, as compared to approximately $5.6M on 31 December, 2009. The $16.9M increase is derived mainly of the abovementioned restructuring and of the $1.8M offset of the balance for deferred taxes, net.
Company equity totals about $45.9M, comprising approximately 50.2% of the entire balance sheet, as compared to about $47.0M, which comprised 47.4% of the total balance sheet as on 31 December, 2009. The decline in equity as compared to 31 December, 2009 was derived mainly of the $5.2M loss recorded during the reporting period and the offset of the $4M capital investment in the Company under the Company's rights offering and private equity issuances.
Company net loss, for the first half ending on 30 June, 2010, amounted to about $5.2M, as compared to a net loss of approximately $4.5M for the corresponding period last year.
Tefron is a market leader in the field of apparel, serving customers in the U.S. and Europe. Tefron focuses on developing, producing, marketing and selling undergarments, athletic wear, beach and swimwear. Tefron activities are divided into two business sectors: "Seamless" design, development, production and sale of undergarments and athletic apparel; and "Cut & Sew" design, development, production and sale of undergarments, swimsuits and athletic apparel. The design and production are mainly performed in Israel, Jordan and the Far East, while the finished goods are sold mainly in the U.S. and Europe.
Company customers include leading international players, such as: Hanes Brands Industries, Reebok, Patagonia, Lululemon Athletica, GAP, Calvin Klein, Wal-Mart, Victoria's Secret.
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These forward looking statements are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those contemplated in such forward-looking statements, including, but not limited to:
- the effect of the worldwide recession on our sales to our customers in the United States and in Europe and on our ability to finance our operations; - our customers' continued purchase of our products in the same volumes or on the same terms; - the failure of any of our principal customers to satisfy its payment obligations to us; - the cyclical nature of the clothing retail industry and the ongoing changes in fashion preferences; - the competitive nature of the markets in which we operate, including the ability of our competitors to enter into and compete in the seamless market in which we operate; - the potential adverse effect on our business resulting from our international operations, including increased custom duties and import quotas (e.g., in China, where we manufacture for our swimwear division) - fluctuations in inflation and currency rates; - the potential adverse effect on our future operating efficiency resulting from our expansion into new product lines with more complicated products, different raw materials and changes in market trends; - the purchase of new equipment that may be necessary as a result of our expansion into new product lines; - our dependence on our suppliers for our machinery and the maintenance of our machinery; - the fluctuations costs of raw materials; - our dependence on subcontractors in connection with our manufacturing process - our failure to generate sufficient cash from our operations to pay our debt; - political, economic, social, climatic risks, associated with international business and relating to operations in Israel;
As well as certain other risks detailed from time to time in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Company undertakes no obligation to publicly release any revisions to these forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date hereof or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events.
Consolidated Balance Sheets As of December As of June 30, 31, 2010 2009 2009 ASSETS $ in thousands CURRENT ASSETS Cash and cash equivalents $ 439 $ 837 $ 1,904 Short-term investments 700 1,188 737 Trade receivables, net 13,634 24,123 14,597 Other current assets 2,865 3,616 2,892 Inventories 18,451 21,452 19,778 36,089 51,216 39,908 NON-CURRENT ASSETS Deferred taxes, net 1,181 2,100 1,409 Property, plant and equipment, net 53,446 60,643 56,920 Goodwill and other intangible assets, net 757 1,710 960 55,384 64,453 59,289 $ 91,473 $ 115,669 $ 99,197 LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CURRENT LIABILITIES Short-term loans (including current portion of long term - loans) $ 4,760 $ 25,259 $ 25,847 Trade payables 14,048 16,875 15,042 Other current liabilities 4,199 5,619 5,666 23,007 47,753 46,555 NON-CURRENT LIABILITIES Long-term loans 19,802 - - Employee benefits, net 430 1,550 729 Deferred taxes, net 1,053 1,166 3,080 Other non-current liabilities 1,233 5,429 1,838 22,518 8,145 5,647 EQUITY ATTRIBUTABLE TO OWNERS OF THE PARENT Share capital 10,351 7,518 7,518 Additional paid-in capital 108,852 107,460 107,522 Accumulated deficit (65,915) (48,214) (60,666) Treasury shares (7,408) (7,408) (7,408) Other capital reserves 68 415 29 Total 45,948 59,771 46,995 $ 91,473 $ 115,669 $ 99,197 CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF INCOME U.S. dollars in thousands (except per share data) Year ended Six months Three months ended December ended June 30, June 30, 31 2010 2009 2010 2009 2009 Unaudited Audited $ in thousands (except per share data) Sales 50,719$ 72,245$ 24,946$ 25,260$ 115,538$ Cost of sales 48,159 68,360 26,840 26,840 119,339 Gross profit (loss) 2,560 3,885 1,616 (1,580) (3,801) Selling and marketing expenses 6,596 7,787 2,951 3,280 13,842 General and administrative expenses 1,798 2,093 924 802 3,779 Other income - - - - (496) Operating loss (5,834) (5,995) (2,259) (5,662) (20,926) Loss from early repayment of subordinated note receivable - - - - (1,285) Financial income 271 2,155 271 332 1,747 Financial expenses (1,179) (2,095) (641) (766) (2,259) Financial Income (expenses), net (908) 60 (370) (434) (512) Loss before income taxes (6,742) (5,935) (2,629) (6,096) (22,723) Tax benefit (1,493) (1,460) 634 (1,476) 5,330 Loss (5,249)$ (4,475)$ (1,995)$ (4,620)$ (17,393)$ Basic and diluted loss (2.0) (2.1) (0.6) (2.2) (8.1) Company Contact: Eran Rotem Chief Financial Officer +972-4-990-0881 email@example.com
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