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startribune Sunday, March 15, 2020 11:19:00 PM EAT
David Newman said ( about Steve Hansen ) : “We would view 2018 and 2019 as a period of heavy investment in terms of new programs (products, channels, customers and geographies), with PBH increasingly able to leverage its growing platforms,” "Its efforts have been augmented by an active acquisition strategy, which resulted in $753-million during 2018 ($246-million in 2017). While it took a pause in 2019 to digest and focus on its growing initiatives, with $120-million in deals struck during the year, 2020 could represent a break-out year in terms of new programs and products, as well as M&A, with an extremely robust pipeline across all platforms. Of course, 2019 was a tough year in terms of external headwinds, from African swine fever (ASF) to trade wars, as well as some modest internal missteps. The macro outlook was also clouded in early 2020 by the fallout of the coronavirus, a contagious disease that is posing a serious health issue in mainland China (and spreading to other regions). However, as these headwinds (ASF, global trade, coronavirus, etc) fade or become more manageable, we expect PBH to deliver strong top-line growth following its period of heavy investment (2018–19), especially given a groundswell of opportunities. “To that end, we believe organic growth could reach 8 per cent in both 2020 and 2021, followed by 6 per cent in the following two years; when coupled with M&A, this places PBH squarely on target to achieve its 2023 (five-year) goal of $6-billion in sales. Recall that PBH’s long-term organic growth target is 4–6 per cent (excluding inflation). In the near term, PBH believes it should be able to achieve its 2019 organic growth target of 6–8 per cent as the year wraps up (we are holding just below 5.0 per cent), with projected sales estimated to be $3.65-billion, according to PBH’s full-year guidance, vs our current estimate of $3.644-billion”. However, citing recent headwinds, he lowered his expectations for its fourth-quarter results, scheduled for a March 12 release. His adjusted EBITDA estimate fell to $72-million from $73-million, which sits below the consensus on the Street of $74-million. His adjusted earnings per share projections slid by 3 cents to 69 cents, versus a 75-cent consensus. At the same time, he increased his full-year expectations, noting: “We expect SF’s organic growth of 8 per cent to be driven by accelerating growth in the meat snack and sandwich businesses, an easing of African swine fever and trade challenges, and various greenfield projects. In PFD, we expect strong organic growth to be driven by its growing seafood business (also a potential US$1-billion business in time, especially driven by its lobster business and margin expansion), offset by the short-term effect of the coronavirus”. With those changes, he hiked his target for Premium Brand shares to $108 from $100, keeping a “buy” rating. The average on the Street is $97.67. Raymond James analyst Steve Hansen initiated coverage of EnWave Corp. ENW-X ) with an “outperform” rating on Tuesday, seeing it “poised to demonstrate very robust revenue/EBITDA growth throughout our forecast horizon”. Mr. Hansen said his rating for the Vancouver-based tech company is “primarily underpinned by outsized growth at the firm’s wholly owned NutraDried subsidiary and, to a lesser degree, sustained growth in the company’s proprietary equipment sales division”. After several years of modest progress, EnWave has undergone a significant transformation over the past 12-18 months that, we believe, sets the company up for sustained growth for many years to come,"
theglobeandmail Tuesday, February 25, 2020 5:53:00 PM EAT
channelnewsasia Tuesday, November 5, 2019 8:43:00 AM EAT
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