Key figures 2004/2005

 

Key figures for Barry Callebaut Group

 

 

 

Change (%)

before restructuring and impairments (6)

2004/05

before restructuring and impairments (6)

2004/05

after restructuring and impairments

2003/04

 

Income Statement

Sales revenue

  in local currencies

CHF m
 

0.3%

1.2%

4,061.1

4,096.8

4,061.1

4,096.8

4,048.9

 

Sales volumes

mt

4.1%

1,052,467

1,052,467

1,011,358

EBITDA (1)

CHF m

3.9%

379.1

285.1

364.8

Operating profit before amortization (EBITA)

   in local currencies

CHF m


 

6.4%

 

6.1%

278.2

 

277.6

184.2

 

183.6

261.5


 

Operating profit (EBIT)

CHF m

16.2%

265.3

171.3

228.3

Net profit (PAT)

   in local currencies

CHF m

40.4%

40.1%

162.3

161.9

68.3

67.9

115.6

 

Cash flow (2)

CHF m

9.5%

276.1

227.1

252.2

Balance Sheet
Balance sheet total

CHF m

 

 

2,664.8

2,760.5

Net working capital

CHF m

 

 

830.8

914.1

Non-current assets

CHF m

 

 

1,168.2

1,099.9

Net debt

CHF m

 

 

953.5

943.0

Shareholders’ equity

CHF m

 

 

836.7

800.9

Ratios
Return on capital employed (ROCE) (3)

%

 

16.5%

10.9%

15.4%

Return on equity (ROE)

%

 

19.4%

8.2%

14.4%

EBITA per tonne

   in local currencies

CHF

 

264.4

263.7

175.0

174.4

258.6

 

Debt-to-equity ratio

%

 

 

114.0%

117.7%

Shares
Share price at year-end

CHF

57.4%

 

370

235

EBITA per share

CHF

6.4%

53.82

35.63

50.59

Earnings per share

CHF

40.4%

31.39

13.20

22.36

Cash earnings per share(4)

CHF

7.7%

71.34

61.86

66.25

Capital reduction and repayment

CHF

2.6%

 

8.00 (5)

7.80

Other
Employees Number

-4.4%

 

8,542

8,933

  1. EBIT + depreciation of tangible assets + amortization of goodwill and other intangibles
  2. Net profit + depreciation of tangible assets + amortization of goodwill and other intangibles + impairments and write-downs in relation to the restructuring program
  3. EBITA / Average (Capital employed – Goodwill)
  4. Operating cash flow before working capital changes / diluted shares outstanding
  5. Proposal of the Board of Directors (instead of a dividend) 
  6. Since the Board of Directors decided to intensify the current restructuring program in the Consumer Products business unit, a provision of CHF 49 million and impairments and write-offs of CHF 45 million have been charged to the accounts of fiscal year 2004/05. For reasons of comparison, the key figures as per August 31, 2005 have been prepared based on a normalized result before restructuring and impairment charges. 

Key figures by business segment

 

 

 Change (%)  

2004/05

 2003/04

Industrial Business Segment
Sales revenue

CHF m

2.2%

2,251.0

2,203.3

    - Cocoa

CHF m

-0.5%

561.3

564.0

   - Food Manufacturers

CHF m

3.1%

1,689.7

1,639.3

Sales volumes

mt

5.8%

688,418

650,621

   - Cocoa

mt

5.7%

133,478

126,316

    - Food Manufacturers

mt

5.8%

554,940

524,305

Operating profit before amortization (EBITA) (7)

CHF m

10.1%

215.9

196.0

EBITDA

CHF m

8.0%

268.3

248.3

Segment assets

CHF m

3.0%

1,708.3

1,658.2

EBITA/Segment assets

%

 

12.6%

11.8%

Food Service/
Retail Business Segment
Sales revenue

CHF m

-1.9%

1,810.1

1,845.6

   - Gourmet & Specialties

CHF m

7.9%

554.5

514.0

   - Consumer Products

CHF m

-5.7%

1,255.6

1,331.6

Operating profit before amortization (EBITA) (7) CHF m

-0.9%

108.3

109.3

EBITDA

CHF m

-2.0%

156.3

159.5

Segment assets

CHF m

-10.2%

856.2

953.4

EBITA/Segment assets

%

 

12.6%

11.5%

7. Segment EBITA is presented based on a normalized result before restructuring and impairment charges on assets. 

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Head of External Affairs
+41 43 204 03 76
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Head of Investor Relations
+41 43 204 04 23