Wednesday 17th February 2021
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Fletcher Building today announced its results for the first half of FY21.
- Revenue of $3,987 million, up 1% from $3,961 million in HY20
- EBIT before significant items of $323 million, up 47% from $219 million in HY20
- Net Profit After Tax of $121 million, up 48% from $82 million in HY20
- Strong cash flows from operating activities of $428 million; strong balance sheet
- Interim dividend of 12 cents per share declared, to be paid on 24 March 2021
- FY21 EBIT before significant items guidance range $610 million to $660 million
Fletcher Building Chief executive Ross Taylor said: “Our strong HY21 results reflect good progress made on our strategy to drive consistent performance and growth. The improved earnings and profitability are the outcome of initiatives undertaken over the past three years to improve operating disciplines and efficiencies across the Group.
“Group revenue was $3,987 million, up 1% on HY20. EBIT before significant items was $323 million, up 47% from $219 million. Group cash flows from operating activities of $428 million were significantly higher than the $5 million outflow in the prior period, resulting from a higher EBIT and a material improvement in working capital. Group EBIT margins improved to 8.1% from 5.5%, with improvement across all operating divisions.
“The Board is pleased to declare an interim dividend of 12 cents per share. Given the strength of the Group’s performance and balance sheet, the Company has been able to put in place an updated banking agreement with its lenders which allows the Company to pay an interim dividend and retains the more favourable covenant levels until Jun 2021. The Board also expects to be in a position to approve a final FY21 dividend.
“Current indicators point to core volumes in NZ and Australia remaining at present levels through the second half, with robust demand for Residential housing in NZ. This market outlook assumes no material impact from COVID-19. Overall, we expect FY21 Group EBIT (excluding significant items) to be in the range of $610 to $660 million.”
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