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The objective of Cargotec treasury management is to secure sufficient funding for business operations, avoiding financial constraint at all times, to provide business units with financial services, to minimise the costs of financing, to manage financial risks (currency, interest rate, liquidity and funding, credit and operational risks) and to provide management with information on the financial position and risk exposures of Cargotec and its business units.

Key figures

Q2 2017​​2016​201520142013​2012
Net debt​, MEUR 599​​ 503 622 719​ 578​ 478​
​Gearing, % 42.7​ 36.0 46.4 59.2​ 46.7​ 38.8​
​Total equity/total assets, % 41.1​​ 39.1 39.8 36.0​ 39.5​ ​40.8
​Net working capital, MEUR 170​ 57 ​151 186 229​ ​237

 

Net debt 30 June 2017

Interest-bearing liabilities, MEUR 771
Cash and cash equivalent, MEUR 164
Other interest-bearing assets, MEUR 8
Net debt, MEUR
599

  
Figures are updated quarterly.

Debt and liquidity

EUR 250 million bonds (maturing in 2022 and 2024)
Cargotec Corporation announced its decision to issue two bonds in the total aggregate amount of EUR 250 million 17 March 2017. The first EUR 150 million bond matures on 28 March 2022 and carries a fixed annual interest of 1.75 per cent. The other, a EUR 100 million bond matures on 28 March 2024 and carries a fixed annual interest of 2.375 per cent. Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd is expected to admit the bonds to trading on the official list as from 31 March 2017.

Listing prospectuses for the bonds

EUR 150 million bond
On 24 March 2014, Cargotec Corporation issued a senior unsecured bond of EUR 150 million. The six-year bond matures on 31 March 2020 and it carries a fixed annual interest of 3.375 percent. The offering was allocated to approximately 70 investors. Cargotec will apply for the listing of the bond on Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd.

Listing prospectus for the bond

Interest-bearing liabilities 30 June 2017

  Coupon rate​ Book value
Corporate bonds​* 2.82% 464 MEUR
​Bilateral bank loans, subsidiary external loans, financial leases ​1.00% 290 MEUR
​Cash pool overdrafts ​4.20% 17 MEUR


* Corporate bonds 

  ​Coupon rate ​Nominal value ​Book value
​2007 - 2019**                                                   ​5.68% 85 MUSD 74  MEUR 
​2014 - 2020 3.38% ​150 MEUR 150 MEUR
2017 - 2022 ​1.75% 150 MEUR​ 150 MEUR
2017 - 2024 ​2.38% ​100 MEUR ​100 MEUR

** USD denominated Private Placement corporate bonds are fully hedged via cross currency swaps and resulting in EUR 64.0 million load with average interest rate of 5.68%.  


Covenants

In addition to general terms and conditions, Cargotec has a financial covenant restricting its capital structure. According to the covenant, Cargotec gearing must be retained below 125 percent. On 30 June 2017, gearing was 42.7 percent.


Liquidity 30 June 2017

​Cash and cash equivalents ​+ 164 MEUR
​​Committed long-term undrawn revolving credit facilities​  + 300 MEUR
​Repayments of interest-bearing liabilities during next 12 months ​- 48 MEUR
Total liquidity 416 MEUR


Figures are updated quarterly.

Maturing profile

​Repayment schedule of interest-bearing liabilities on 30 June 2017

Cargotec maturing profile

Graph is updated quarterly.

Financial risk management

Organisation of finance function and financial risk management

Cargotec finance function and financial risk management are conducted according to the Treasury Policy, approved by the Board of Directors. Organization of responsibilities and principles of financial risk management, monitoring and reporting are defined in the Treasury Policy. Treasury Committee, appointed by the Board, is responsible for Treasury Policy compliance and for organising and monitoring treasury functions. Detailed guidelines for financing functions are defined in Treasury Instructions, approved by the Treasury Committee.

The objectives of treasury management are to secure sufficient funding for business operations, avoiding financial constraint at all times, to provide business units with financial services, to minimise the costs of financing, to manage financial risks (currency, interest rate, liquidity and funding, credit and operational risks) and to provide management with information on the financial position and risk exposures of Cargotec and its business units.

Cargotec Treasury is responsible for funding at corporate level, for managing liquidity and financial risks, for providing efficient set up of financing operations and for monitoring business unit financial positions. Cargotec Treasury reports on these issues monthly to the Board of Directors. The business units are responsible for hedging their financial risks according to the Treasury Policy and instructions from Cargotec Treasury.

Calculation of key figures

Alternative performance  measures (APMs) used in Cargotec's financial reporting

New ESMA (European Securities and Markets Authority) guidelines on Alternative Performance Measures (Alternative performance measure (APM) = financial measure other than financial measure defined or specified in IFRS) are effective as of 3 July 2016. The new guidelines have had no impact on performance measures used by Cargotec, but in accordance with the guidelines, Cargotec publishes the explanation of use, definitions as well as reconciliations of its APMs to IFRS financial statements.


APMs are used at Cargotec to better convey the underlying business performance and to enhance comparability from period to period. APMs are not substituting the performance measures stipulated by IFRS, but are instead reported as complementary information.

The alternative performance measures used by Cargotec are:

  • Operating profit excluding restructuring costs (MEUR and % of shares) = Operating profit + restructuring costs
  • ​Interest-bearing net-debt (MEUR) = Interest-bearing liabilities – loans receivable and other interest-bearing assets +/- foreign currency hedge of corporate bonds


Restructuring costs include restructuring provisions, asset impairments and disposals, expenses for vacant premises and other restructuring-related expenses in case of a significant restructuring programme of Cargotec or its business area.

Formulas for calculation of key figures

Formulas

Return on equity (%) = 100 x Net income for period / Total equity (average for the period)

Return on capital employed (%) = 100 x (Income before taxes + interest and other financing expenses) / (Total assets - non-interest-bearing debt) (average for the period)

Total equity / total assets (%) = 100 x Total equity / (Total assets - advances received)

Gearing (%) = 100 x (Interest-bearing debt*- interest-bearing assets) / Total equity

Net interest-bearing debt / EBITDA (x) = Interest-bearing debt* - interest-bearing assets / EBITDA (earnings before interests, taxes, depreciation and amortisation), rolling 12 months)
Basic earnings / share, EUR= Net income attributable to the equity holders of the company / Average number of outstanding shares during period

Diluted earnings / share, EUR = Net income attributable to the equity holders of the company / Average number of diluted outstanding shares during period

Equity / share = Total equity attributable to the equity holders of the company / Number of outstanding shares at the end of period

Dividend / share = Dividend for financial period / Number of outstanding shares at the end of period

Dividend / earnings (%) = 100 x (Dividend for financial period / share) / (Basic earnings / share)

Effective dividend yield (%) = 100 x (Dividend / share) / Closing price for the class B share at the end of period

Price / earnings (P/E) = Closing price for the class B share at the end of period / (Basic earnings / share)

Average share price = EUR amount traded during period for the class B share / Number of class B shares traded during period

Market capitalisation at the end of period = Number of class B shares outstanding at the end of period x closing price for the class B share at the end of period + Number of class A shares outstanding at the end of period x closing day average price for the class B share

Trading volume = Number of class B shares traded during period

Trading volume (%) = 100 x Number of class B shares traded during period / Average weighted number of class B shares during period
 
* including foreign currency hedge of corporate bonds.

As of 1 January 2013, Cargotec's external financial reporting comprises of three reporting segments: MacGregor (Marine until 31 Dec 2012), Kalmar (Terminals unti 31 Dec 2012) and Hiab (Load Handling until 31 Dec 2012).

In addition, the Bulk Handling business was transfered from MacGregor business area to Kalmar business area as of 1 January 2013. Segment information for 2011 - 2012 has been restated accordingly.

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In October 2011, Cargotec announced plans to accelerate the implementation of its strategic initiatives by changing its operational model. Effective from 1 January 2012, Industrial & Terminal was divided into two new business areas: Terminals and Load Handling. Cargotec's Supply organisation was divided into the new business areas. Business areas Marina and Services will continue unchanged.

Cargotec's external financial reporting segments are Marine, Terminals and Load Handling. These changes were effective from 1 January 2012. Comparative figures will be provided before reporting the figures for Q1/2012.

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In June 2009, Cargotec announced the merger of Hiab and Kalmar business areas. As a result, two business areas were formed: Industrial & Terminal, comprising former Hiab and Kalmar business areas, and Marine, which comprises former MacGregor business area.

Cargotec will as of 1 January 2010 report financial information in two reporting segments: Industria & Terminal and Marine. On these reporting segments, Cargotec will disclose quarterly figures for orders received, order book, sales, operating profit and number of employees. In financial reporting the third business area, Services, will be included in the figures of these two reporting segments while its sales will continue to be reported as additional information.

In addition to segment reporting, Cargotec will continue to disclose quarterly sales and number of employees by geographical areas, which are EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa), Americas and Asia-Pacific.

The first interim report of 2010 to be published on 29 April 2010 will be prepared according to the new reporting segment structure. Cargotec's 2007-2009 financial information has been restated to comply with the new reporting segment structure. The restated comparison figures are available through the attached link.

Cargotec was listed on the NASDAQ OM Helsinki on 1 June 2005 and the company's first official financial period was 1 June - 31 December 2005. Unaudited pro forma comparison figures are presented for those periods for which official comparative figures are not available. 

Pro forma figures present Cargotec's financial information based on its business and corporate structure at the time of the listing to facilitate the financial evaluation of the company. Hence, MacGregor's marine cargo flow business acquired in spring 2005 is included in the pro forma figures of all comparison periods as if the acquisition would have happened before the periods presented. Pro forma information is based on IFRS and the accounting principles of Cargotec's official consolidated financial statements have been applied when suitable. The final accounting impact of the MacGregor acquisition according to IFRS 3 is included in the official result as of June 1, 2005. In pro forma figures the impact has been recognised as an adjustment to equity. The pro forma accounting principles prior to the listing are presented in Cargotec's listing particulars.

MEUR Pro forma
1-12/2005
Pro forma
1-12/2004
Orders received 2,384.9 2,337.3
Order book 1,256.9 1,218.5
Sales 2,357.9 1,900.4
Operating income 179.4* 123.9
Operating income, % 7.6* 6.5
Basic earnings/share, EUR 1.90* 1.20
     
Cash flow from operations 194.1 157.5
Net working capital 206 183
     
Equity/share, EUR 11.93 10.17
Total equity/total assets, % 46.2 42.2
Gearing, % 15.7 43.0
Return on equity, % 19.2 12.6
Return on capital employed, % 20.9 12.9
 
* excluding EUR 15.4 million gain from the sale of Consolis