Avnet, Inc. has a market cap of $4.62 billion; its shares were traded at around $32.56 with a P/E ratio of 7.4 and P/S ratio of 0.2.
This is the annual revenues and earnings per share of AVT over the last 10 years. For detailed 10-year financial data and charts, go to 10-Year Financials of AVT.
Highlight of Business Operations:TS sales of $10.77 billion for fiscal 2012 decreased 6.1% from the prior year sales of $11.47 billion. The year-over-year revenue decrease was due primarily to the Americas and EMEA regions, which were down 9.1% and 10.4%, respectively, partially offset by growth of 17.6% in Asia. Organic revenue decreased 1.7% year over year primarily due to EMEA, which decreased 12.7% and 11.4% in constant currency. The double-digit decline in EMEA was due to weaker demand in Europe due primarily to the macroeconomic environment previously mentioned. The organic decline in EMEA was mostly offset by an increase of 11.5% in Asia and 1.7% in the Americas. On a product level, software and services experienced strong double-digit growth year over year and storage, processors and other hardware also grew year over year.
Consolidated sales in fiscal 2011 were $26.53 billion, an increase of 38.5%, or $7.37 billion, from fiscal 2010 consolidated sales of $19.16 billion. This increase was due to the combination of growth through acquisitions and organic growth of 17.1%. EM sales of $15.07 billion in fiscal 2011 increased 37.4% over fiscal 2010 sales of $10.97 billion. The year-over-year comparisons were impacted by acquisitions and the transfer of the TS Americas embedded business to EM Americas. Organic sales increased 21.9% year over year and all three regions contributed with organic growth of 14.2%, 34.4% and 19.5% in the Americas, EMEA and Asia, respectively, largely attributable to the continued strong end demand across the technology industry. TS sales of $11.47 billion in fiscal 2011 increased 40.0% over fiscal 2010 sales of $8.19 billion. The year-over-year comparisons were positively impacted by recent acquisitions, and partially offset by the transfer of the TS Americas embedded business to EM and a divestiture. Organic sales increased 11.3% year over year driven by the Americas and Asia regions with increased organic sales of 13.0% and 31.4%, respectively. In the EMEA region, organic sales increased 1.7%. On a product level, year-over-year sales growth was driven primarily by demand for storage and servers.
Selling, general and administrative expenses (“SG&A expenses”) were $2.09 billion in fiscal 2012, essentially flat from the prior year, decreasing only $7.8 million. This $7.8 million decrease consisted of (i) approximately $51 million related to both a decrease in expenses for the existing business due primarily to cost reduction actions taken and a decrease in variable expenses related to the revenue decline, and (ii) approximately $6 million related to a decrease due to the translation impact of changes in foreign currency exchange rates, partially offset by (iii) an increase of approximately $49 million related to expenses from businesses acquired. Metrics that management monitors with respect to its operating expenses are SG&A expenses as a percentage of sales and as a percentage of gross profit. In fiscal 2012, SG&A expenses as a percentage of sales were 8.1% and were 68.6% as a percentage of gross profit as compared with 7.9% and 67.6%, respectively, in fiscal 2011. SG&A expenses as a percentage of gross profit at TS decreased over 250 basis points year over year. EM SG&A expenses as a percentage of gross profit increased approximately 250 basis points from the prior year near record low, which was attributable to the strong operating leverage in a particularly high growth environment in the prior year.
SG&A expenses were $2.10 billion in fiscal 2011, which was an increase of $481.5 million, or 29.7%, from fiscal 2010. The increase in SG&A expenses was primarily a result of approximately $304 million of additional SG&A expenses associated with acquisitions, $170 million of incremental costs necessary to support the 17.1% year-over-year organic sales growth, net of incremental cost savings from integration activity and the additional week of expenses in fiscal 2010 and $7 million due to the translation impact of changes in foreign currency exchange rates. In fiscal 2011, SG&A expenses were 7.9% of sales and 67.6% of gross profit as compared with 8.5% and 71.0%, respectively, in fiscal 2010. This continued year-over-year improvement reflects the operating leverage in the business model realized from recent revenue growth and effective expense management.
During fiscal 2011, the Company generated operating income of $930.0 million, an increase of 46.3% as compared with operating income of $635.6 million in fiscal 2010. The increase in operating income was attributable to the impact of acquisitions and the growth in gross profit dollars associated with the 17.1% organic sales growth. Consolidated operating income margin was 3.5% and 3.3% in fiscal 2011 and 2010, respectively. Both periods included restructuring, integration and other charges as described in Restructuring, Integration and Other Charges above. Excluding these charges, operating income for fiscal 2011 was $1.01 billion, or 3.8% of consolidated sales, as compared with operating income of $661.0 million, or 3.5% of consolidated sales, for fiscal 2010. EM operating income of $832.4 million increased 69.3% year over year and operating income margin increased 105 basis points to 5.5%. All three regions within EM contributed, but the improvement was primarily driven by the operating leverage in the EMEA region with its 31.9% year-over-year revenue growth. TS operating income of $286.7 million increased 13.9% year over year while operating income margin declined 57 basis points year over year to 2.5% due primarily to lower gross profit margins in the EMEA region which includes lower operating margins of the acquired businesses as compared with the other TS businesses. Corporate operating expenses were $112.0 million in fiscal 2011 as compared with $82.3 million in fiscal 2010 primarily due to net periodic pension expense recognized in fiscal 2011as compared with pension income recognized in fiscal 2010.
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