Moog Reports Q3 Results


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Moog Inc. announced today third quarter earnings of $36 million, or $.94 a share. Included in the third quarter earnings is a per share restructuring charge of $.11, resulting in adjusted EPS of $1.05, down slightly from last year’s $1.08 per share. Sales in the quarter of $635 million were down 7% from a year ago. 

Aircraft segment sales in the quarter were $270 million, down 8% from a year ago. Commercial aircraft sales of $129 million were down $17 million, or 12%. Sales of OEM products to Boeing were 16% lower compared to last year’s unusually strong third quarter. Airbus sales increased 12%, to $19 million, as the A350 production continues to ramp up. Commercial aftermarket revenues of $31 million were down 9% due to lower initial provisioning of 787 spares. 

Military aircraft sales of $141 million were 5% lower year over year. Military aftermarket sales were down 5%, mainly due to the winding down of the C-5M Super Galaxy modernization program. F-35 sales, at $22 million, were down $1 million as work on the development program subsided.

Space and Defense sales of $95 million were 7% lower in the quarter. Space market sales were down 21%, to $48 million, as various satellite programs were completed and NASA Soft Capture activity slowed. Defense sales were $47 million, up 13%, on improved defense vehicle and naval program sales and higher sales of defense products sold into European markets.

Sales in the Industrial Systems segment were down 12%, to $131 million, with most of the decline tied to foreign currency effects. Excluding currency adjustments, energy market sales were down $3 million on lower sales of steam and gas turbine products as well as weaker sales of wind energy products into Europe. Industrial automation sales, excluding foreign currency effects, were up $3 million from stronger aftermarket sales. Simulation and test product sales, excluding foreign currency effects, increased $1 million with gains in the simulation market offset by lower test product sales.

The Components segment had sales in the quarter of $107 million, down 3% from a year ago. Excluding foreign currency effects, sales were flat. Sales into aerospace and defense markets were higher on military aircraft OEM sales and space activity. Sales of general industrial products were 9% higher while medical products sales decreased 4%. Energy components, including products sold into marine energy markets, were down $7 million, to $15 million, a combination of weaker oil prices and a strong quarter a year ago.

The Medical Devices segment had sales of $32 million, up $3 million on stronger sales of both pumps and administration sets.

The current backlog is $1.3 billion. 

The Company updated its projections for fiscal 2015, ending October 3, 2015, to include sales of $2.53 billion, net earnings of $138 million and earnings per share of $3.50, reflecting additional restructuring costs.

The Company also provided its initial projections for fiscal 2016 with sales of $2.57 billion, net earnings of $148 million and earnings per share of $4.00, a 14% increase over fiscal 2015 guidance.

“Fiscal ‘15 is turning out to be a year of multiple headwinds for our company,” said John Scannell, Chairman and CEO. “Despite this, our underlying businesses remain strong and we’re responding to the short term challenges to position our company for improvement in fiscal ’16 and beyond.  Next year we’re forecasting a modest increase in sales, another year of strong cash flow and a 14% increase in earnings per share to $4.00.”

In conjunction with today’s release, Moog will host a conference call beginning at 10:00 a.m. ET, which will be broadcast live over the Internet. John Scannell, Chairman and CEO, and Don Fishback, CFO, will host the call. Supplemental financial data will be available on the webcast web page approximately 60 minutes prior to the conference call. Listeners can access the call live or in replay mode, click here.

About Moog Inc.

Moog Inc. is a worldwide designer, manufacturer, and integrator of precision control components and systems. Moog’s high-performance systems control military and commercial aircraft, satellites and space vehicles, launch vehicles, missiles, automated industrial machinery, wind energy, marine and medical equipment. Additional information about the Company can be found at www.moog.com.

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