Pratt & Whitney
Pratt & Whitney designs, manufactures, services and supports aircraft engines, industrial gas turbines and space propulsion systems. Whether it's through more environmentally friendly processes, innovative services, or quieter, more fuel efficient engines, Pratt & Whitney is the pioneer behind most major advances in both military and commercial aviation.
Sikorsky is a world leader in helicopter design, manufacture and service. The company's helicopters and support solutions serve both the commercial and military markets. Sikorsky's mission statement reflects the company's commitment to safety and innovation: "We pioneer flight solutions that bring people home everywhere ... every time™."
UTC Aerospace Systems
UTC Aerospace Systems is one of the world’s largest suppliers of technologically advanced aerospace and defense products. We design, manufacture and service systems and components and provide integrated solutions for commercial, regional, business and military aircraft, helicopters and other platforms. We are also a major supplier to international space programs.
UTC Building & Industrial Systems
UTC Building & Industrial Systems is the world’s largest provider of building technologies. Its elevator, escalator, fire safety, security, building automation, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems and services promote integrated, high performance buildings that are safer, smarter and sustainable.
January 23, 2013
UTC Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year EPS of $1.04 and $5.35; Reaffirms 2013 EPS Outlook of $5.85 to $6.15
HARTFORD, Conn. – United Technologies Corp. (NYSE:UTX) today reported full year 2012 earnings per share of $5.35 and net income attributable to common shareowners of $4.8 billion, both essentially flat versus prior year. The acquisition of Goodrich Corporation was $0.06 dilutive to EPS. Sales of $57.7 billion were 4 percent above prior year including net acquisitions (6 points) and adverse foreign currency translation (2 points). For the year, organic sales were flat and segment operating margin was 14.0 percent. Adjusted for restructuring and one-time items, segment operating margin of 14.8 percent was 60 basis points lower than prior year, including dilution from the acquisition of Goodrich Corporation. Cash flow from operations of $6.6 billion, less capital expenditures of $1.4 billion, exceeded net income attributable to common shareowners.
“2012 was a transformational year for United Technologies with the successful completion of the Goodrich and IAE transactions, and the divestiture of several non-core assets,” said Louis Chênevert, UTC Chairman & Chief Executive Officer. “We reshaped our portfolio to focus on our core markets. We also invested $2.4 billion in developing game changing technologies and nearly $600 million on restructuring our operations to address a challenging economic environment.”
Fourth quarter 2012 earnings per share of $1.04 were down 27 percent from the year ago quarter. Results for the quarter included $0.25 per share of restructuring and one-time charges. The prior year quarter included $0.01 of net favorable one-time items in excess of restructuring charges. Before these items, earnings per share decreased $0.12 or 9 percent year over year. In addition, results included a $0.12 charge recorded at Sikorsky related to the Canadian Maritime Helicopter program. Foreign currency translation and hedges at Pratt & Whitney Canada had an adverse impact of $0.02 in the quarter.
Sales of $16.4 billion for the quarter were 14 percent above prior year. Net acquisitions provided 15 points of growth. Organic sales were flat and foreign currency translation had an adverse impact of 1 point. Fourth quarter segment operating margin was 11.4 percent. Adjusted for restructuring costs and net one-time items, segment operating margin of 13.3 percent was 200 basis points lower than prior year, primarily due to the impact of the acquisition of Goodrich Corporation and the Canadian Maritime Helicopter program charge at Sikorsky. Cash flow from operations of $2.0 billion less capital expenditures of $641 million exceeded net income attributable to common shareowners of $945 million.
“We closed the year better than we had anticipated,” said Chênevert. “Cash generation was strong both in the quarter and for the full year, and we delivered on our commitment to pay down approximately one-third of the Goodrich acquisition debt.”
New equipment orders at Otis were up 12 percent over the year ago fourth quarter including adverse foreign exchange of 1 point, driven by strong order growth in China. North American Residential HVAC new equipment orders at UTC Climate, Controls & Security grew 20 percent. Large commercial engine spares orders were up 46 percent at Pratt & Whitney including the impact from the incremental International Aero Engines share. Organically, commercial spares orders were down 8 percent at Pratt & Whitney and down 4 percent at UTC Aerospace Systems.
“With broad based improvement in our order trends, and a continued focus on integration and execution, we remain confident in our ability to deliver 2013 earnings per share of $5.85 to $6.15,” Chênevert added. “We continue to expect sales between $64 and $65 billion and cash flow from operations less capital expenditures to equal or exceed net income attributable to common shareowners in 2013.”
United Technologies Corp., based in Hartford, Connecticut, is a diversified company providing high technology products and services to the building and aerospace industries. Additional information, including a webcast, is available on the Internet at http://www.utc.com.
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