Tembec reports financial results for its fourth quarter ended September 28, 2013

MONTREAL, Nov. 21, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ - Consolidated sales for the three-month period ended September 28, 2013, were $352 million, as compared to $443 million in the same quarter a year ago. The Company generated net earnings of $6 million or $0.06 per share in the September 2013 quarter compared to a net loss of $47 million or $0.47 per share in the September 2012 quarter. Operating earnings before depreciation, amortization and other items (adjusted EBITDA) was $25 million for the three-month period ended September 28, 2013, as compared to adjusted EBITDA of $23 million a year ago and adjusted EBITDA of $30 million in the prior quarter.

For the fiscal year ended September 28, 2013, consolidated sales were $1.5 billion, as compared to $1.7 billion in the prior year. The Company generated a net loss of $34 million or $0.34 per share compared to a net loss of $82 million or $0.82 per share in fiscal 2012. Adjusted EBITDA was $98 million compared to $64 million in the prior year.

Business Segment Results

The Specialty Cellulose Pulp segment generated adjusted EBITDA of $22 million on sales of $117 million for the quarter ended September 2013, compared to adjusted EBITDA of $19 million on sales of $120 million in the prior quarter. The sales decline of $3 million was due to lower shipments of pulp. Demand for specialty grades was flat while US and euro prices were relatively unchanged quarter-over-quarter. However, with the Canadian dollar weakening versus the US dollar and the euro, Canadian dollar equivalent pricing increased by $23 per tonne. Shipments were equal to 74% of capacity as compared to 79% in the prior quarter. Mill level manufacturing costs declined by $2 million.

The Forest Products segment generated adjusted EBITDA of $1 million on sales of $105 million for the quarter ended September 2013, compared to adjusted EBITDA of $7 million on sales of $110 million in the prior quarter. Sales decreased by $5 million due to lower lumber prices. The weaker market conditions that began in the month of June continued into the month of July. However, prices for random lumber rallied in August and September. Stud lumber prices did not rally and continue to sell at a relatively high discount compared to random lumber prices. Overall, US $ reference prices for random lumber decreased by US $19 per mbf while stud lumber decreased by US $64 per mbf. Currency was favourable as the Canadian dollar weakened versus the US dollar. The net effect decreased sales and adjusted EBITDA by $8 million or $41 per mbf. Lumber shipments were equal to 86% of capacity versus 83% in the prior quarter. Sawmill manufacturing costs were unchanged from the prior quarter.

The Paper Pulp segment generated negative adjusted EBITDA of $2 million on sales of $73 million for the quarter ended September 2013, compared to adjusted EBITDA of $3 million on sales of $106 million in the prior quarter. The $33 million decrease in sales was due to lower shipments of pulp. In May 2013, the Company completed the sale of its remaining NBSK mill located in Skookumchuck, BC. During the prior quarter, the mill generated sales of $23 million and adjusted EBITDA of $3 million. Market conditions for paper pulp remained relatively weak although demand was stable. The benchmark price (delivered China) for bleached eucalyptus kraft (BEK) decreased by US $45 per tonne. However, this decline did not affect high-yield pulp prices in the quarter. This grade, unlike BEK, had not experienced a price increase in the June 2013 quarter. Currency was a positive as the Canadian dollar was weaker. Overall, average prices increased by $8 per tonne, improving adjusted EBITDA by $1 million. Pulp shipments were equal to 88% of capacity as compared to 98% in the prior quarter. Manufacturing costs increased by $2 million, due primarily to under-absorption of fixed costs as the two pulp mills produced 7.8% fewer tonnes.

The Paper segment generated adjusted EBITDA of $8 million on sales of $81 million for the quarter ended September 2013, compared to adjusted EBITDA of $6 million on sales of $86 million in the prior quarter. Lower shipments led to the $5 million decrease in sales. In terms of markets, coated bleached board improved slightly. The newsprint market weakened due to continued lower North American demand combined with the restart of previously idled capacity. The US $ reference prices for coated bleached board increased by US $24 per short ton while the US $ reference price for newsprint declined by US $2 per tonne. The net effect was a small increase in average prices, increasing adjusted EBITDA by $1 million. Coated bleached board shipments were equal to 94% of capacity as compared to 102% in the prior quarter. The shipment to capacity percentage for newsprint was 81%, compared to 91% in the prior quarter. Manufacturing costs were relatively unchanged quarter-over-quarter.

Other items

In September 2013, the Company announced the BC Lands Sale Initiative with the objective of realizing up to $75 million in gross proceeds by December 2014. At the date of this report, the Company has reached agreements to sell various parcels of land for total gross proceeds of $23 million.

In November 2013, China issued its preliminary determination to antidumping duties to be applied to viscose grade pulp imported from Canada, the United States and Brazil. The Company was assigned a duty rate of 13% on viscose shipments to China. The antidumping duties do not apply to the specialty cellulose pulp mill located in Tartas, France. The specialty cellulose mill located in Temiscaming, Quebec, currently produces and sells approximately 40,000 tonnes per year of viscose grade pulp into the Chinese market. The balance of the mill's production is specialty grades, which are not subject to the antidumping duties.

Outlook

Overall, the September 2013 quarterly results were in line with expectations. Weaker than anticipated profitability in lumber was offset by specialty cellulose and paper. While the relatively small decline in random length lumber prices was not unexpected, the 15% decrease in stud lumber prices was unforeseen. The latter grade is more closely tied to United States housing starts and there has been some softness in the data over the last several months. Pricing for random lumber has recently improved, but the significant gap with stud lumber remains. Pricing over the medium and longer term should increase, in step with the anticipated growth in United States new home construction. Specialty Cellulose Pulp segment results continue to be negatively impacted by relatively low viscose grade prices. While pricing for specialty grades remained stable, demand has been softer than anticipated. We continue to assess the market with our customers and are adjusting our production plans accordingly. We anticipate that it will be one or two quarters before we see an increase in demand for specialty grades. Market conditions for viscose grade pulp remain weak. The latter market is currently under pressure as new capacity is exceeding demand growth. The recently announced Chinese antidumping duties on viscose grade pulp will exacerbate the situation. The Company currently has a position of 40,000 tonnes of viscose per year in the Chinese market. In anticipation of this announcement, the Company had been developing a plan to reduce the impact of the duties. The focus will now shift to implementing the plan. The negative adjusted EBITDA generated by the Paper Pulp segment was expected given that the Company disposed of its profitable NBSK pulp mill in the prior quarter. The hardwood paper pulp market remains relatively soft and the impact of new capacity will cause it to remain challenging. Paper segment results improved due to lower energy costs at the Kapuskasing newsprint mill. The Company continues with its capital expenditure program, with a strong emphasis on its two specialty cellulose mills. The cornerstone of the program is the high-pressure boiler and turbine currently under construction at the Temiscaming, Quebec, site. The project will materially improve the mill's cost structure and margins. A total of $137 million has been spent on the Temiscaming specialty cellulose project to the end of the September 2013 quarter. The Company has also made significant progress in dealing with its defined benefit pension plan obligations. As a result of relatively high contributions, good pension asset performance and an increase in discount rates, the Company's net pension deficit has decreased from $243 million to $71 million in the last 12 months. This will lead to a material decline in pension contributions in future periods. The Company has recently launched its BC Lands Sale Initiative with the objective of realizing up to $75 million in gross proceeds by December 2014. This will be an area of focus in the next few quarters.

Tembec is a manufacturer of forest products - lumber, pulp, paper and specialty cellulose - and a global leader in sustainable forest management practices. Principal operations are in Canada and France. With annual sales of approximately $1.6 billion, Tembec has 3,500 employees and is listed on the TSX (TMB). The full quarterly report, including the interim Management Discussion and Analysis, the interim financial statements and the accompanying notes for the quarter ended September 28, 2013, can be obtained on Tembec's website at www.tembec.com or on SEDAR at www.sedar.com.

This press release includes "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of securities laws.  Such statements relate, without limitation, to the Company's or management's objectives, projections, estimates, expectations or predictions of the future and can be identified by words such as "may", "will", "could", "anticipate", "estimate", "expect" and "project", the negative or variations thereof, and expressions of similar nature.  Forward-looking statements are based on certain assumptions and analyses made by the Company in light of its experience, information available to it and its perception of future developments. Such statements are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties, including, but not limited to, changes in foreign exchange rates, product selling prices, raw material and operating costs and other factors identified in the Company's periodic filings with securities regulatory authorities. Many of these risks are beyond the control of the Company and, therefore, may cause actual actions or results to materially differ from those expressed or implied herein. The forward-looking statements contained herein reflect the Company's expectations as of the date hereof and are subject to change after such date. The Company disclaims any intention to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, unless required by applicable securities legislation.

 
TEMBEC INC.
CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS
 
(unaudited) (in millions of Canadian dollars)
 
    Sept. 28,
2013
Sept. 29,
2012
ASSETS      
Current assets:      
  Cash and cash equivalents   $ 73 $ 87
  Restricted cash   1 5
  Trade and other receivables   157 200
  Inventories (note 3)   237 255
  Prepaid expenses   6 7
  Assets classified as held for sale (note 4)   7 -
    481 554
         
Property, plant and equipment (note 4)   496 485
Biological assets   5 4
Employee future benefits   24 -
Other long-term receivables   10 12
Deferred tax assets   5 4
    $ 1,021 $ 1,059
         
LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY      
Current liabilities:      
  Operating bank loans (note 5)   $ 57 $ 68
  Trade, other payables and accrued charges   195 230
  Interest payable   10 10
  Income tax payable   8 3
  Provisions (note 7)   6 3
  Current portion of long-term debt (note 6)   16 16
    292 330
         
Long-term debt (note 6)   369 323
Provisions (note 7)   12 17
Employee future benefits   126 285
Other long-term liabilities   2 2
    801 957
         
Shareholders' equity:      
  Share capital (note 8)   567 564
  Deficit   (353) (453)
  Accumulated other comprehensive earnings (loss)   6 (9)
    220 102
    $ 1,021 $ 1,059


Subsequent events (note 15)

The accompanying notes are an integral part of these interim consolidated financial statements.

 
TEMBEC INC.
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF NET EARNINGS (LOSS)
 
Quarters and years ended September 28, 2013 and September 29, 2012
(unaudited) (in millions of Canadian dollars, unless otherwise noted)
         
  Quarters Years
  2013 2012 2013 2012
Sales $ 352 $ 443 $ 1,534 $ 1,666
Freight and other deductions 43 63 201 232
Lumber export taxes 1 1 3 7
Cost of sales (excluding depreciation and amortization) 267 337 1,159 1,290
Selling, general and administrative 16 20 72 74
Share-based compensation (note 8) - (1) 1 (1)
Depreciation and amortization 11 13 40 46
Other items (note 9) 1 51 29 50
Operating earnings (loss) 13 (41) 29 (32)
         
Interest, foreign exchange and other 9 14 28 41
Exchange loss (gain) on long-term debt (7) (13) 14 (13)
Net finance costs (note 10) 2 1 42 28
Earnings (loss) before income taxes 11 (42) (13) (60)
         
Income tax expense (note 11) 5 5 21 22
Net earnings (loss) $ 6 $ (47) $ (34) $ (82)
Basic and diluted net earnings (loss) in dollars per share (note 8) $ 0.06 $ (0.47) $ (0.34) $ (0.82)


 
TEMBEC INC.
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF COMPREHENSIVE EARNINGS (LOSS)
 
Quarters and years ended September 28, 2013 and September 29, 2012
(unaudited) (in millions of Canadian dollars)
         
  Quarters Years
  2013 2012 2013 2012
Net earnings (loss) $ 6 $ (47) $ (34) $ (82)
Other comprehensive earnings (loss), net of income taxes:        
  Defined benefit pension plans and other benefit plans (note 12) 39 (38) 132 (38)
  Income tax 2 - 2 -
  Foreign currency translation differences for foreign operations 3 (1) 15 (11)
Total comprehensive earnings (loss) $ 50 $ (86) $ 115 $ (131)


The accompanying notes are an integral part of these interim consolidated financial statements.

 
TEMBEC INC.
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CHANGES IN SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY
 
Quarters ended September 28, 2013 and September 29, 2012
(unaudited) (in millions of Canadian dollars)
           
          Quarter ended September 28, 2013
    Share capital Translation
of foreign
operations
Deficit Shareholders'
equity
Balance - beginning of period, June 29, 2013   $ 567 $ 3 $ (400) $ 170
Net earnings for the period   - - 6 6
Other comprehensive earnings (loss), net of income taxes:          
  Defined benefit pension plans and other benefit plans (note 12)   - - 39 39
  Income tax   - - 2 2
  Foreign currency translation differences for foreign operations   - 3 - 3
Issue of warrants (note 8)   - - - -
Balance - end of period, September 28, 2013   $ 567 $ 6 $ (353) $ 220
           
           
          Quarter ended September 29, 2012
    Share capital Translation
of foreign
operations
Deficit Shareholders'
equity
Balance - beginning of period, June 23, 2012   $ 564 $ (8) $ (368) $ 188
Net loss for the period   - - (47) (47)
Other comprehensive earnings (loss), net of income taxes:          
  Defined benefit pension plans and other benefit plans (note 12)   - - (38) (38)
  Foreign currency translation differences for foreign operations   - (1) - (1)
Balance - end of period, September 29, 2012   $ 564 $ (9) $ (453) $ 102


The accompanying notes are an integral part of these interim consolidated financial statements.

Years ended September 28, 2013 and September 29, 2012
(unaudited) (in millions of Canadian dollars)
           
          Year ended September 28, 2013
    Share capital Translation
of foreign
operations
Deficit Shareholders'
equity
Balance - beginning of year, September 29, 2012   $ 564 $ (9) $ (453) $ 102
Net loss for the period   - - (34) (34)
Other comprehensive earnings (loss), net of income taxes:          
  Defined benefit pension plans and other benefit plans (note 12)   - - 132 132
  Income tax   - - 2 2
  Foreign currency translation differences for foreign operations   - 15 - 15
Issue of warrants (note 8)   3 - - 3
Balance - end of year, September 28, 2013   $ 567 $ 6 $ (353) $ 220
           
           
          Year ended September 29, 2012
    Share capital Translation
of foreign
operations
Deficit Shareholders'
equity
Balance - beginning of year, September 24, 2011   $ 564 $ 2 $ (333) $ 233
Net loss for the period   (82) (82)
Other comprehensive earnings (loss), net of income taxes:          
  Defined benefit pension plans and other benefit plans (note 12)   (38) (38)
  Foreign currency translation differences for foreign operations   (11) - (11)
Balance - end of year, September 29, 2012   $ 564 $ (9) $ (453) $ 102
           

The accompanying notes are an integral part of these interim consolidated financial statements.

 
TEMBEC INC.
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS
 
Quarters and years ended September 28, 2013 and September 29, 2012
(unaudited) (in millions of Canadian dollars)
         
  Quarters Years
  2013 2012 2013 2012
Cash flows from operating activities:        
Net earnings (loss) $ 6 $ (47) $ (34) $ (82)
Adjustments for:        
  Depreciation and amortization 11 13 40 46
  Net finance costs (note 10) 2 1 42 28
  Income tax expense (note 11) 5 5 21 22
  Income tax paid (2) (1) (15) (14)
  Excess cash contributions over employee future benefits expense (9) (11) (34) (34)
  Provisions - 3 - 12
  Impairment loss (note 9) - 50 22 67
  Gain on sale of assets (note 9) - - - (30)
  Other (3) (2) (6) (2)
  10 11 36 13
Changes in non-cash working capital:        
  Trade and other receivables (7) (9) 16 (30)
  Inventories - 9 3 (40)
  Prepaid expenses 2 3 1 (1)
  Trade, other payables and accrued charges 1 3 (33) (14)
  (4) 6 (13) (85)
  6 17 23 (72)
Cash flows from investing activities:        
  Disbursements for property, plant and equipment (34) (33) (127) (108)
  Proceeds from sale of net assets (note 9) 1 - 100 84
  Change in restricted cash (1) (4) 4 -
  Other (1) (7) 1 (1)
  (35) (44) (22) (25)
Cash flows from financing activities:        
  Change in operating bank loans - - (11) 62
  Increase in long-term debt 12 19 40 74
  Repayments of long-term debt (3) (2) (8) (11)
  Interest paid (2) (1) (40) (34)
  7 16 (19) 91
  (22) (11) (18) (6)
Foreign exchange gain (loss) on cash and cash equivalents held in foreign currencies 1 (2) 4 (6)
Net decrease in cash and cash equivalents (21) (13) (14) (12)
Cash and cash equivalents, beginning of period 94 100 87 99
Cash and cash equivalents, end of period $ 73 $ 87 $ 73 $ 87


The accompanying notes are an integral part of these interim consolidated financial statements.


TEMBEC INC.
BUSINESS SEGMENT INFORMATION


Quarters and years ended September 28, 2013 and September 29, 2012
(unaudited) (in millions of Canadian dollars)


The Company operates an integrated forest products business, which is managed in four segments. During the December 2012 quarter, the Company reorganized its internal reporting structure. The High-Yield Pulp segment was renamed the Paper Pulp segment and now includes the chemical pulp mill that was previously part of the Specialty Cellulose and Chemical Pulp segment. The latter was then renamed the Specialty Cellulose Pulp segment. The Forest Products and the Paper segments were unaffected by the organizational changes. The segments are:

  • The Forest Products segment consists primarily of forest and sawmills operations, which produce lumber and building materials.
  • The Specialty Cellulose Pulp segment consists primarily of manufacturing and marketing activities of specialty cellulose including the transformation and sale of resins and pulp by-products. A significant portion of chemical products sales are related to by-products generated by the two specialty cellulose pulp mills.
  • The Paper Pulp segment includes the manufacturing and marketing activities of high-yield pulps and chemical pulps.
  • The Paper segment consists primarily of production and sales of coated bleached board and newsprint.

Intersegment transfers of wood chips, pulp and other services are recorded at transfer prices agreed to by the parties, which are intended to approximate fair market value. The basis of presentation and the accounting policies used in these business segments are the same as those described in notes 2 and 3 of the Company's audited consolidated financial statements for the year ended September 29, 2012. Comparative prior period segment information has been restated to conform with the new segment presentation.

The performance of each segment is evaluated by management of the Company against short-term and long-term financial objectives as well as environmental, safety and other key criteria. The financial performance is measured based on earnings before interest, income taxes, depreciation and amortization, and other specific or non-recurring items (adjusted EBITDA). This measure is included in the internal reports that are reviewed by senior management. Segment adjusted EBITDA is used to measure performance as management believes that such information is the most relevant in evaluating financial results relative to other entities that operate within similar businesses. Net finance costs and income tax are not allocated to operating segments.

Quarters ended September 28, 2013 and September 29, 2012
(unaudited) (in millions of Canadian dollars)
               
      Quarter ended September 28, 2013
  Forest
Products
Specialty
Cellulose
Pulp
Paper
Pulp
Paper Corporate Consolidation
adjustments
Consolidated
Sales:              
  External $ 88 $ 117 $ 66 $ 81 $  - $  - $ 352
  Internal 17 - 7 - 4 (28) -
  105 117 73 81 4 (28) 352
Freight and other deductions 10 9 13 11 - - 43
Lumber export taxes 1 - - - - - 1
Cost of sales 91 81 60 59 4 (28) 267
Selling, general and administrative 2 5 2 3 4 - 16
Share-based compensation (note 8) - - - - - - -
Earnings (loss) before the following (adjusted EBITDA): 1 22 (2) 8 (4) - 25
  Depreciation and amortization 3 4 3 1 - - 11
  Other items (note 9) - - - - 1 - 1
Operating earnings (loss) $ (2) $ 18 $ (5) $ 7 $ (5) $  - $ 13
Additions to property, plant   and equipment $ 4 $ 38 $ 2 $ 3 $  - $  - $ 47
Total assets $ 155 $ 538 $ 142 $ 137 $ 49 $  - $ 1,021
Total liabilities $ 57 $ 210 $ 32 $ 71 $ 431 $  - $ 801
               
               
               
      Quarter ended September 29, 2012
  Forest
Products
Specialty
Cellulose
Pulp
Paper
Pulp
Paper Corporate Consolidation
adjustments
Consolidated
Sales:              
  External $ 90 $ 127 $ 130 $ 96 $  - $  - $ 443
  Internal 18 10 5 (33) -
  108 127 140 96 5 (33) 443
Freight and other deductions 9 10 31 13 - - 63
Lumber export taxes 1 - - - 1
Cost of sales 86 86 126 67 5 (33) 337
Selling, general and administrative 4 6 1 2 7 - 20
Share-based compensation (note 8) - - - - (1) - (1)
Earnings (loss) before the following (adjusted EBITDA): 8 25 (18) 14 (6) - 23
  Depreciation and amortization 2 4 6 1 - - 13
  Other items (note 9) - - 50 - 1 - 51
Operating earnings (loss) $ 6 $ 21 $ (74) $ 13 $ (7) $  - $ (41)
Additions to property, plant   and equipment $ 4 $ 33 $ 5 $ 2 $ 1 $  - $ 45
Total assets $ 216 $ 398 $ 302 $ 120 $ 23 $  - $ 1,059
Total liabilities $ 68 $ 216 $ 74 $ 126 $ 473 $  - $ 957

Years ended September 28, 2013 and September 29, 2012
(unaudited) (in millions of Canadian dollars)              
               
      Year ended September 28, 2013
  Forest
Products
Specialty
Cellulose
Pulp
Paper
Pulp
Paper Corporate Consolidation
adjustments
Consolidated
Sales:              
  External $ 354 $ 460 $ 388 $ 332 $  - $  - $ 1,534
  Internal 66 - 30 - 12 (108) -
  420 460 418 332 12 (108) 1,534
Freight and other deductions 39 36 80 46 - - 201
Lumber export taxes 3 - - - - - 3
Cost of sales 350 331 325 250 11 (108) 1,159
Selling, general and administrative 11 20 8 11 22 - 72
Share-based compensation (note 8) - - - - 1 - 1
Earnings (loss) before the following (adjusted EBITDA): 17 73 5 25 (22) - 98
  Depreciation and amortization 9 14 14 3 - - 40
  Other items (note 9) - - 24 - 5 - 29
Operating earnings (loss) $ 8 $ 59 $ (33) $ 22 $ (27) $  - $ 29
Additions to property, plant and equipment $ 7 $ 110 $ 10 $ 9 $ 1 $  - $ 137
Total assets $ 155 $ 538 $ 142 $ 137 $ 49 $  - $ 1,021
Total liabilities $ 57 $ 210 $ 32 $ 71 $ 431 $  - $ 801
               
               
      Year ended September 29, 2012
  Forest
Products
Specialty
Cellulose
Pulp
Paper
Pulp
Paper Corporate Consolidation
adjustments
Consolidated
Sales:              
  External $ 348 $ 507 $ 465 $ 346 $  - $  - $ 1,666
  Internal 84 - 42 - 13 (139) -
  432 507 507 346 13 (139) 1,666
Freight and other deductions 41 40 105 46 - - 232
Lumber export taxes 7 - - - - - 7
Cost of sales 385 352 427 252 13 (139) 1,290
Selling, general and administrative 15 20 7 11 21 - 74
Share-based compensation (note 8) - - - - (1) - (1)
Earnings (loss) before the following (adjusted EBITDA): (16) 95 (32) 37 (20) - 64
  Depreciation and amortization 10 11 23 2 - - 46
  Other items (note 9) (22) - 50 - 22 - 50
Operating earnings (loss) $ (4) $ 84 $ (105) $ 35 $ (42) $  - $ (32)
Additions to property, plant and equipment $ 12 $ 86 $ 13 $ 7 $ 2 $  - $ 120
Total assets $ 216 $ 398 $ 302 $ 120 $ 23 $  - $ 1,059
Total liabilities $ 68 $ 216 $ 74 $ 126 $ 473 $  - $ 957

  

 

 

 

SOURCE: Tembec

For further information:

Investor Contact: 
Michel J. Dumas
Executive Vice President, Finance and CFO
Tel: 819 627-4268
E-mail: michel.dumas@tembec.com

Media Contact: 
Linda Coates
Vice President, Human Resources and Corporate Affairs
Tel.: 416 775-2819
E-mail: linda.coates@tembec.com


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