Albany International Reports Third-Quarter Results Third-Quarter Financial Highlights *Net sales were $183.1 million, a decrease of 5.9 percent compared to Q3 2012. Q3 2012 included a change in terms with a North American customer that increased sales by $8 million. *Adjusted EBITDA for Q3 2013 was $31.9 million, compared to $41.9 million in Q3 2012 (see Tables 5 and 6). Q3 2012 included a change in terms with a North American customer that increased Adjusted EBITDA by $3.5 million. *Q3 2013 income from continuing operations was $0.15 per share. These results include restructuring charges of $0.04, foreign currency revaluation losses of $0.06, and net favorable income tax adjustments of $0.01 (see Table 7). *Q3 2012 income from continuing operations was $0.29 per share. These results included restructuring charges of $0.05, foreign currency revaluation losses of $0.07, and net unfavorable income tax adjustments of $0.04 (see Table 8). *Net debt at the end of Q3 was $94.9 million, a decline of $28.8 million compared to the end of Q2. Business Wire ROCHESTER, N.H. -- November 4, 2013 Albany International Corp. (NYSE:AIN), a global advanced textiles and materials processing company with core businesses in machine clothing and engineered composites, reported Q3 2013 income from continuing operations of $4.7 million. These results include restructuring charges of $2.3 million, foreign currency revaluation losses of $3.3 million, and net favorable income tax adjustments of $0.5 million (see Table 7). Q3 2012 income from continuing operations was $9.1 million. These results included restructuring charges of $2.7 million, foreign currency revaluation losses of $3.6 million, and net unfavorable income tax adjustments of $1.3 million (see Table 8). Table 1 summarizes net sales and the effect of changes in currency translation rates: Table 1 Impact of Percent Net Sales Changes Change Three Months ended in Currency excluding September 30, Percent Translation Currency (in 2013 2012 Change Rates Rate Effect thousands) Machine Clothing $ 162,864 $ 177,471 -8.2 % $ 1,508 -9.1 % (MC) Engineered Composites 20,283 17,118 18.5 % - 18.5 % (AEC) Total $ 183,147 $ 194,589 -5.9 % $ 1,508 -6.7 % A change in contract terms with a North American Machine Clothing customer resulted in an increase to Q3 2012 sales of $8 million. Excluding the effects of this contract change and changes in currency translation rates, Q3 2013 MC sales declined 4.8 percent and total Company sales declined 2.7 percent. Q3 2013 gross profit was $68.0 million, or 37.1 percent of net sales, compared to $79.7 million, or 40.9 percent of net sales, in the same period of 2012. MC gross profit margin decreased from 44.6 percent in 2012 to 41.6 percent in 2013. The decrease in MC gross profit percentage was principally attributable to an unfavorable change in geographic mix, lower sales, and a more-severe-than-expected seasonal effect that resulted in production ineffiencies. Selling, technical, general, and research (STG&R) expenses were $52.5 million, or 28.7 percent of net sales, in the third quarter of 2013, including losses of $1.3 million related to the revaluation of non-functional-currency assets and liabilities. In Q3 2013, Research expense increased by $0.7 million due to scrap associated with an AEC research program. Q3 2013 expenses were lowered by $1.5 million due to reduced U.S. medical costs, incentive compensation accruals, and professional fees, all of which were reported in the Unallocated expenses segment. In Q3 2012, STG&R expenses were $53.8 million, or 27.6 percent of net sales, including losses of $1.4 million related to the revaluation of non-functional-currency assets and liabilities. The following table summarizes third-quarter operating income: Table 2 Operating Income/(loss) Three Months ended September 30, (in thousands) 2013 2012 Machine Clothing $ 33,196 $ 44,918 Engineered Composites (572 ) (312 ) Research expenses (7,418 ) (6,734 ) Unallocated expenses (11,951 ) (14,760 ) Total $ 13,255 $ 23,112 Operating results were affected by restructuring and currency revaluation as described below: Table 3 Expenses in Q3 2013 Expenses in Q3 2012 resulting from resulting from (in thousands) Restructuring Revaluation Restructuring Revaluation Machine Clothing $ 2,250 $ 1,328 $ 2,739 $ 1,401 Engineered 6 - - 3 Composites Unallocated - - - 2 expenses Total $ 2,256 $ 1,328 $ 2,739 $ 1,406 Restructuring charges for Q3 2013 were principally due to adjustment to accruals for severance and social costs associated with the Company’s Machine Clothing production facilities in Sélestat and St. Junien, France. Q3 2013 Other income/expense, net, was expense of $2.7 million, including losses related to the revaluation of non-functional-currency intercompany balances of $2.0 million and fees of $0.5 million associated with the creation of Albany Safran Composites. Other income/expense, net, in Q3 2012 was expense of $3.1 million, including losses of $2.2 million related to the revaluation of non-functional-currency intercompany balances. The following table summarizes currency revaluation effects on certain financial metrics: Table 4 Income/(loss) attributable to currency revaluation Three Months ended September 30, (in thousands) 2013 2012 Operating income ($1,328 ) ($1,406 ) Other income/(expense), net (1,975 ) (2,174 ) Total ($3,303 ) ($3,580 ) The Company’s income tax rate, excluding tax adjustments, was 41.0 percent for Q3 2013, compared to 35.4 percent for the same period of 2012.The increase in the estimated tax rate was primarily attributable to changes in the anticipated amount and distribution of income and loss among the countries in which we operate. Q3 2013 income tax expense included a charge of $0.2 million for a change in the estimated income tax rate, and a benefit of $0.7 million for discrete tax adjustments. Q3 2012 income tax expense included a charge of $2.0 million for a change in the estimated income tax rate, and a benefit of $0.7 million for discrete tax adjustments. The following tables summarize Adjusted EBITDA: Table 5 Three Months ended Research September 30, 2013 Machine Engineered and Total (in thousands) Clothing Composites Unallocated Company Income from continuing $ 33,196 ($572 ) ($27,926 ) $ 4,698 operations Interest expense, net - - 3,484 3,484 Income tax expense - - 2,381 2,381 Depreciation and 11,084 2,009 2,704 15,797 amortization EBITDA 44,280 1,437 (19,357 ) 26,360 Restructuring and other, 2,250 6 - 2,256 net Foreign currency 1,328 - 1,975 3,303 revaluation losses Adjusted EBITDA $ 47,858 $ 1,443 ($17,382 ) $ 31,919 Table 6 Three Months ended Research September 30, 2012 Machine Engineered and Total (in thousands) Clothing Composites Unallocated Company Income from continuing $ 44,918 ($312 ) ($35,525 ) $ 9,081 operations Interest expense, net - - 3,997 3,997 Income tax expense - - 6,965 6,965 Depreciation and 11,469 1,471 2,606 15,546 amortization EBITDA 56,387 1,159 (21,957 ) 35,589 Restructuring and other, 2,739 - - 2,739 net Foreign currency 1,401 3 2,176 3,580 revaluation losses Adjusted EBITDA $ 60,527 $ 1,162 ($19,781 ) $ 41,908 Capital spending for equipment and software was $19.1 million for Q3 2013, bringing the year-to-date total to $47.6 million, including $30.3 million for the Engineered Composites segment and its expansion associated with the LEAP program. Depreciation and amortization was $15.8 million for Q3 2013. CEO Comments President and CEO Joe Morone said, “Q3 2013 was an encouraging quarter for AEC, but a disappointing one for MC. The net result was weaker-than-expected performance for the Company. “The disappointing performance in MC was driven by soft sales. We had anticipated a weak top line in Q3 because of summer slowdowns and the impact of that Q3 2012 contractual change in treatment of inventory that we discussed last quarter. The impact of the contract change on Q3 sales was in line with our expectations, but the seasonal effect was more severe than we had expected. The resulting underutilized capacity dragged our gross margins down below their normal levels. Weaker-than-expected sales in Asia compounded the problem. Even though our competitive position in Asia and particularly China is, if anything, strengthening, sales were more than 10 percent behind Q3 2012 levels, as customer operating rates in both packaging and publication grades remain soft. “We expect to see an improvement in MC performance in Q4, but the results could once again be held back by continuing softness in Asia, and a stronger-than-normal seasonal effect at the end of the year if customers perceive economic weakness and drive down their MC inventory. However, we do not see Q3 results and the possibility of lingering softness in Q4 as an indicator of longer term trends. Orders in Asia are strengthening and were 10 percent higher than Q3 2012 orders; sales and orders in Europe have been stable; and if our customers in North America drive down their MC inventory at the end of the year, they will likely restock early next year as long as the economy holds. For these and other reasons, we expect a strong first half of 2014. More generally, the structural demand trends across the globe in the paper industry, our overexposure to the growth segments of paper, our continuing strength with the leading paper makers across the globe, and the long-term growth potential of China and our strong competitive position there, all suggest that this business continues to be a stable long-term generator of EBITDA and cash flow, and that in 2014, Adjusted EBITDA and cash flow from MC should be comparable to the levels we achieved in 2012, and were on track to achieve this year until the softer-than-expected Q3. “As for AEC, Q3 2013 was an encouraging quarter. Sales were strong, led again by growth in the LEAP development effort, and EBITDA improved. We think these trends should continue in Q4 and through next year and beyond. But more important than these actual results are three developments of long-term significance for this business. First, after successful tests earlier this year that validated the performance of the LEAP fan module, the first full LEAP engine was tested successfully and on schedule in early September. By all accounts, this “first engine to test” went exceptionally well by normal industry standards. Given the critical role that our parts play on the engine, this was an important and high-profile demonstration of our technology and capabilities. This first full engine test marks the beginning of a three-year series of engine tests, which should culminate with certification, entry into service, and production of the LEAP engine for the Airbus 320neo in the second half of 2016, and for the Boeing 737 MAX in the second half of 2017. “Second, we expect to complete the agreement with Safran to create Albany Safran Composites (ASC) shortly. Several aspects of this agreement bear repeating. *First, it solidifies Albany’s position as the exclusive supplier of all 3D woven parts for Safran; *Second, the most important areas of application for ASC are likely to be low- and high-temperature applications on Safran engines – from the LEAP family, to smaller engines for business jets, to next-generation turboprops for regional aircraft, to next-generation engines like the open rotor, to parts for larger engine programs that Safran might participate in. Safran engine nacelles, landing gear, and rocket motors are also potential areas of application. *Third, for applications outside of Safran interests – particularly on the airframe, and in industries other than aerospace, like automotive – AEC is free to apply its technology, including the intellectual property created in support of and by ASC. *Fourth, this agreement should lead to an expansion of our collaborative R&D efforts into new areas of mutual interest for Albany and Safran, which in turn should expand the still growing portfolio of potential opportunities for growth beyond the LEAP fan module. *And fifth, the agreement specifies the agreed-upon valuation of ASC, which is set initially at $280 million and which grows over time with LEAP production. “Finally, several recent statements by CFM officials shed new light on the timing and shape of the production ramp for LEAP. During Q1, I reported that, while there was still some uncertainty, it appeared that AEC’s production of LEAP components would be accelerated by about 12 months, with the ramp-up beginning in 2015, and hitting a peak of 1,600 engines at the end of the decade. This is of course still subject to change, but now it appears that this acceleration will not occur and that the ramp will begin in 2016 as originally expected. However, the ramp will be considerably steeper, reaching higher production rates more quickly, hitting an annualized rate of 1,700 engines by the end of 2018 or early 2019, and possibly reaching 1,800 engines by the end of the decade. “This has several implications for AEC. First, I had said in Q1 that with a 2015 ramp start for LEAP, total AEC revenue potential of $120 million was in reach for 2015. With a 2016 ramp start for LEAP, the earliest we can expect to hit a $120 million AEC run rate will be in the second half of 2016. Second, once the production ramp begins, our revenue will grow faster and to higher levels than we had been anticipating. And third, we have been estimating that total CAPEX for the Company would average $70 million per year through 2016, with above-average spending in 2015 and 2016. With a 2016 ramp start, an average of $50-$55 million for 2014 through 2016, growing back to that $70 million average for the balance of the decade, now seems more realistic. “In sum, strong seasonal effects and weakness in Asia led to a disappointing Q3 in Machine Clothing. We expect a rebound in Q4 and a strong first half of 2014, although the rebound in Q4 could be muted by continued weakness in Asia and a rundown of MC inventory by our customers at the end of the year. Meanwhile, for AEC, CFM conducted a very successful first full test of the LEAP engine; the launch of ASC is imminent; and, while the trigger point for the LEAP ramp now appears to be in 2016, the ramp itself is likely to be steeper and to reach higher levels sooner than we had been anticipating.” CFO Comments CFO and Treasurer John Cozzolino commented, “Q3 was a solid quarter for cash flow as net debt declined approximately $29 million as compared to Q2 (see Table 9). Part of the improvement in net debt was due to the receipt of the remaining $13 million of proceeds from the sale of Albany Door Systems. As expected, however, capital expenditures were high during the quarter with a total cash outflow of about $19 million. Cash reserves and available borrowing capacity continued to be significant at the end of Q3. Cash balances, mostly held outside of the U.S., totaled about $213 million, and $178 million was available on our $330 million credit facility. “The Company recorded $2 million in restructuring charges in Q3 for severance and social costs related to Machine Clothing production facilities in France, bringing the year-to-date total to $26 million. The Company continues to expect $4-$6 million of additional charges related to training, outplacement, and other benefits to be incurred over the next several quarters. Cash outflows related to the restructuring charges were about $2 million during Q3. The remaining cash outflows for all French restructuring charges are expected to mostly occur in Q4 and throughout 2014. “Revaluation of non-functional-currency assets and liabilities generated a total loss of $3 million in Q3. This loss was primarily due to the revaluation of intercompany loans, U.S. dollar cash holdings and trade receivables to the euro and other currencies. “The Company’s income tax rate in Q3, exclusive of tax adjustments, was 41 percent, representing the Company’s current estimate of the full-year 2013 tax rate. This current tax rate forecast is a slight increase from the Q2 estimate of 39 percent and is mostly due to a change in the expected full-year geographic distribution of pre-tax income. Including payments related to tax audit activities, cash paid for income taxes through Q3 2013 was about $21 million, and is expected to total $27 million in 2013.” The Company plans a webcast to discuss third-quarter 2013 financial results on Tuesday, November 5, 2013, at 9:00 a.m. Eastern Time. For access, go to www.albint.com. # # # About Albany International Corp. Albany International is a global advanced textiles and materials processing company, with two core businesses. Machine Clothing is the world’s leading producer of custom-designed fabrics and belts essential to production in the paper, nonwovens, and other process industries. Albany Engineered Composites is a rapidly growing supplier of highly engineered composite parts for the aerospace industry. Albany International is headquartered in Rochester, New Hampshire, operates 19 plants in 11 countries, employs 4,000 people worldwide, and is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (Symbol AIN). Additional information about the Company and its products and services can be found at www.albint.com. This release contains certain items, such as earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA), EBITDA, Adjusted EBITDA, sales excluding currency effects, income tax rate exclusive of income tax adjustments, net debt, and certain income and expense items on a per share basis that could be considered non-GAAP financial measures. Such items are provided because management believes that, when presented together with the GAAP items to which they relate, they provide additional useful information to investors regarding the Company’s operational performance. Presenting increases or decreases in sales, after currency effects are excluded, can give management and investors insight into underlying sales trends. An understanding of the impact in a particular quarter of specific restructuring costs, or other gains and losses, on operating income or EBITDA can give management and investors additional insight into quarterly performance, especially when compared to quarters in which such items had a greater or lesser effect, or no effect. All non-GAAP financial measures in this release relate to the Company’s continuing operations. The effect of changes in currency translation rates is calculated by converting amounts reported in local currencies into U.S. dollars at the exchange rate of a prior period. That amount is then compared to the U.S. dollar amount reported in the current period. The Company calculates Income tax adjustments by adding discrete tax items to the effect of a change in tax rate for the reporting period. The Company calculates its Income tax rate, exclusive of Income tax adjustments, by removing Income tax adjustments from total Income tax expense, then dividing that result by Income before tax. The Company calculates EBITDA by adding Interest expense net, Income taxes, and Depreciation and Amortization to Income from Continuing Operations. Adjusted EBITDA is calculated by adding to EBITDA, costs associated with restructuring and pension settlement charges, and then adding or subtracting revaluation losses or gains and subtracting building sale gains. The Company believes that EBITDA and Adjusted EBITDA provide useful information to investors because they provide an indication of the strength and performance of the Company's ongoing business operations, including its ability to fund discretionary spending such as capital expenditures and strategic investments, as well as its ability to incur and service debt. While depreciation and amortization are operating costs under GAAP, they are non-cash expenses equal to current period allocation of costs associated with capital and other long-lived investments made in prior periods. While restructuring expenses, foreign currency revaluation losses or gains, pension settlement charges, and building sale gains have an impact on the Company's net income, removing them from EBITDA can provide, in the opinion of the Company, a better measure of operating performance. EBITDA is also a calculation commonly used by investors and analysts to evaluate and compare the periodic and future operating performance and value of companies. EBITDA, as defined by the Company, may not be similar to EBITDA measures of other companies. Such EBITDA measures may not be considered measurements under GAAP, and should be considered in addition to, but not as substitutes for, the information contained in the Company’s statements of income. The Company discloses certain income and expense items on a per share basis. The Company believes that such disclosures provide important insight into underlying quarterly earnings and are financial performance metrics commonly used by investors. The Company calculates the per share amount for items included in continuing operations by using the effective tax rate utilized for the most recent reporting period, the full-year tax rate for the comparable period of the prior year, and the weighted average number of shares outstanding for each period. Table 7 Quarter ended September 30, 2013 Pre-tax After-tax Shares Per Share (in thousands, except per amounts Tax Effect Effect Outstanding Effect share amounts) Restructuring $ 2,256 $ 925 $ 1,331 31,719 $ 0.04 and other, net Foreign currency 3,303 1,354 1,949 31,719 0.06 revaluation losses Negative effect of change in - 170 170 31,719 0.01 estimated income tax rate Net discrete income tax - 691 691 31,719 0.02 benefit Table 8 Quarter ended September 30, 2012 Pre-tax After-tax Shares Per Share (in thousands, except per amounts Tax Effect Effect Outstanding Effect share amounts) Restructuring $ 2,739 $ 1,055 $ 1,684 31,363 $ 0.05 and other, net Foreign currency 3,580 1,378 2,202 31,363 0.07 revaluation losses Negative effect of change in - 1,968 1,968 31,363 0.06 estimated tax rate Net discrete income tax - 684 684 31,363 0.02 benefit The following table contains the calculation of net debt: Table 9 September 30, June 30, December 31, (in thousands) 2013 2013 2012 Notes and loans payable $ 565 $ 610 $ 586 Current maturities of long-term 55,014 55,014 83,276 debt Long-term debt 252,115 265,368 235,877 Total debt 307,694 320,992 319,739 Cash 212,809 197,321 190,718 Net debt $ 94,885 $ 123,671 $ 129,021 The following tables summarize year-to-date Adjusted EBITDA: Table 10 Nine Months ended Research September 30, 2013 Machine Engineered and Total (in thousands) Clothing Composites Unallocated Company Income from $ 96,803 ($4,460 ) ($83,162 ) $ 9,181 continuing operations Interest expense, net - - 11,056 11,056 Income tax expense - - 6,386 6,386 Depreciation and 34,123 5,585 8,044 47,752 amortization EBITDA 130,926 1,125 (57,676 ) 74,375 Restructuring and 26,673 540 - 27,213 other, net Foreign currency 133 - 3,882 4,015 revaluation losses Gain on sale of former manufacturing - - (3,763 ) (3,763 ) facility Adjusted EBITDA $ 157,732 $ 1,665 ($57,557 ) $ 101,840 Table 11 Nine Months ended Research September 30, 2012 Machine Engineered and Total (in thousands) Clothing Composites Unallocated Company Income/(loss) from $ 120,760 ($653 ) ($168,930 ) ($48,823 ) continuing operations Interest expense, net - - 12,610 12,610 Income tax - - (32,650 ) (32,650 ) expense/(benefit) Depreciation and 35,267 4,325 7,741 47,333 amortization EBITDA 156,027 3,672 (181,229 ) (21,530 ) Restructuring and 6,315 - (166 ) 6,149 other, net Foreign currency 446 3 2,884 3,333 revaluation losses Pension plan - - 119,735 119,735 settlement charges Adjusted EBITDA $ 162,788 $ 3,675 ($58,776 ) $ 107,687 This press release may contain statements, estimates, or projections that constitute “forward-looking statements” as defined under U.S. federal securities laws. Generally, the words “believe,” “expect,” “intend,” “estimate,” “anticipate,” “project,” “will,” “should” and similar expressions identify forward-looking statements, which generally are not historical in nature. Forward-looking statements are subject to certain risks and uncertainties (including, without limitation, those set forth in the Company’s most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K or Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q) that could cause actual results to differ materially from the Company’s historical experience and our present expectations or projections. Forward-looking statements in this release or in the webcast include, without limitation, statements about economic and paper industry trends and conditions during 2013 and in future years; sales, EBITDA, Adjusted EBITDA and operating income expectations in 2013 and in future periods in each of the Company’s businesses and for the Company as a whole; the timing and impact of production and development programs in the Company’s AEC business segment and AEC sales growth potential; the amount and timing of capital expenditures, future tax rates and cash paid for taxes, depreciation and amortization; the amount and timing of charges related to announced restructuring activities; future debt levels and debt covenant ratios; and future revaluation gains and losses. Furthermore, a change in any one or more of the foregoing factors could have a material effect on the Company’s financial results in any period. Such statements are based on current expectations, and the Company undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements. Statements expressing management’s assessments of the growth potential of its businesses, or referring to earlier assessments of such potential, are not intended as forecasts of actual future growth, and should not be relied on as such. While management believes such assessments to have a reasonable basis, such assessments are, by their nature, inherently uncertain. This release and earlier releases set forth a number of assumptions regarding these assessments, including historical results, independent forecasts regarding the markets in which these businesses operate, and the timing and magnitude of orders for our customers’ products. Historical growth rates are no guarantee of future growth, and such independent forecasts and assumptions could prove materially incorrect, in some cases. ALBANY INTERNATIONAL CORP. CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF INCOME (in thousands, except per share data) (unaudited) Three Months Ended Nine Months Ended September 30, September 30, 2013 2012 2013 2012 $ 183,147 $ 194,589 Net sales $ 567,775 $ 566,606 115,146 114,938 Cost of goods sold 349,572 340,169 68,001 79,651 Gross profit 218,203 226,437 Selling, general, and 39,143 41,166 administrative 117,690 125,335 expenses Technical, product 13,347 12,634 engineering, and 41,040 39,019 research expenses 2,256 2,739 Restructuring and 27,213 6,149 other, net - - Pension settlement - 119,735 expense 13,255 23,112 Operating 32,260 (63,801 ) income/(loss) 3,484 3,997 Interest expense, net 11,056 12,610 2,692 3,069 Other 5,637 5,062 expense/(income), net 7,079 16,046 Income/(loss) before 15,567 (81,473 ) income taxes 2,381 6,965 Income tax 6,386 (32,650 ) expense/(benefit) 4,698 9,081 Income/(loss) from 9,181 (48,823 ) continuing operations (Loss)/income from - - operations of (575 ) 4,776 discontinued business - (301 ) Gain/(loss) on sale of - 92,376 discontinued business Income tax - (683 ) (benefit)/expense on (224 ) 25,570 discontinued operations (Loss)/income from - 382 discontinued (351 ) 71,582 operations $ 4,698 $ 9,463 Net income $ 8,830 $ 22,759 Earnings per share - Basic $ 0.15 $ 0.29 Income/(loss) from $ 0.29 ($1.56 ) continuing operations 0.00 0.01 Discontinued (0.01 ) 2.29 operations $ 0.15 $ 0.30 Net income $ 0.28 $ 0.73 Earnings per share - Diluted $ 0.15 $ 0.29 Income/(loss) from $ 0.29 ($1.55 ) continuing operations 0.00 0.01 Discontinued (0.01 ) 2.27 operations $ 0.15 $ 0.30 Net income $ 0.28 $ 0.72 Shares used in computing earnings per share: 31,719 31,363 Basic 31,615 31,340 32,010 31,550 Diluted 31,913 31,550 $ 0.15 $ 0.14 Dividends per share $ 0.44 $ 0.41 ALBANY INTERNATIONAL CORP. CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS (in thousands, except share data) (unaudited) September 30, December 31, 2013 2012 ASSETS Cash and cash equivalents $ 212,809 $ 190,718 Accounts receivable, net 158,793 171,535 Inventories 118,955 119,183 Income taxes receivable and deferred 20,156 20,594 Prepaid expenses and other current assets 12,019 10,435 Total current assets 522,732 512,465 Property, plant and equipment, net 416,446 420,154 Intangibles 674 848 Goodwill 77,950 76,522 Deferred taxes 118,334 123,886 Other assets 28,149 22,822 Total assets $ 1,164,285 $ 1,156,697 LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY Notes and loans payable $ 565 $ 586 Accounts payable 39,161 35,117 Accrued liabilities 136,874 103,257 Current maturities of long-term debt 55,014 83,276 Income taxes payable and deferred 3,293 13,552 Total current liabilities 234,907 235,788 Long-term debt 252,115 235,877 Other noncurrent liabilities 110,048 136,012 Deferred taxes and other credits 52,998 55,509 Total liabilities 650,068 663,186 SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY Preferred stock, par value $5.00 per share; - - authorized 2,000,000 shares; none issued Class A Common Stock, par value $.001 per share; authorized 100,000,000 shares; issued 37 37 36,954,027 in 2013 and 36,642,204 in 2012 Class B Common Stock, par value $.001 per share; authorized 25,000,000 shares; issued 3 3 and outstanding 3,236,098 in 2013 and 2012 Additional paid in capital 399,973 395,381 Retained earnings 430,676 435,775 Accumulated items of other comprehensive income: Translation adjustments (3,661 ) (7,659 ) Pension and postretirement liability (53,871 ) (69,484 ) adjustments Derivative valuation adjustment (1,369 ) (2,878 ) Treasury stock (Class A), at cost 8,463,635 (257,571 ) (257,664 ) shares in 2013 and 8,467,873 in 2012 Total shareholders' equity 514,217 493,511 Total liabilities and shareholders' equity $ 1,164,285 $ 1,156,697 ALBANY INTERNATIONAL CORP. CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOW (in thousands) (unaudited) Three Months Ended Nine Months Ended September 30, September 30, 2013 2012 2013 2012 OPERATING ACTIVITIES $ 4,698 $ 9,463 Net income $ 8,830 $ 22,759 Adjustments to reconcile net income to net cash provided by /(used in) operating activities: 14,230 13,953 Depreciation 42,868 42,638 1,567 1,593 Amortization 4,884 4,862 - 210 Noncash interest - 824 expense Change in long-term (283 ) (1,362 ) liabilities, deferred (4,274 ) (126,606 ) taxes and other credits Write-off of pension - - liability adjustment - 118,350 due to settlement Provision for 264 - write-off of 329 200 property, plant and equipment - 301 Loss/(gain) on (3,763 ) (92,376 ) disposition of assets (420 ) (26 ) Excess tax benefit of (944 ) (37 ) options exercised Compensation and 287 392 benefits paid or (887 ) 1,795 payable in Class A Common Stock Changes in operating assets and liabilities, net of business divestitures: 5,759 3,655 Accounts receivable (479 ) (6,870 ) 290 8,505 Inventories (240 ) 8,376 327 746 Prepaid expenses and (1,706 ) (251 ) other current assets 129 2,840 Income taxes prepaid 309 10,232 and receivable 4,516 (4,216 ) Accounts payable 3,924 (4,241 ) 4,076 5,707 Accrued liabilities 25,005 13,071 (4,101 ) 1,768 Income taxes payable (8,978 ) (762 ) (593 ) (359 ) Other, net (1,824 ) (2,242 ) Net cash provided 30,746 43,170 by/(used in) 63,054 (10,278 ) operating activities INVESTING ACTIVITIES Purchases of (18,378 ) (11,047 ) property, plant and (46,186 ) (25,237 ) equipment (728 ) (146 ) Purchased software (1,376 ) (154 ) - - Proceeds from sale of 6,268 - assets Proceeds from sale of 13,000 - discontinued 13,000 150,654 operations, net of expenses Net cash (used (6,106 ) (11,193 ) in)/provided by (28,294 ) 125,263 investing activities FINANCING ACTIVITIES 5,271 7,000 Proceeds from 57,176 45,164 borrowings (18,562 ) (29,131 ) Principal payments on (69,221 ) (98,354 ) debt 1,661 811 Proceeds from options 4,629 1,079 exercised 420 26 Excess tax benefit of 944 37 options exercised - - Debt acquisition (1,639 ) - costs (4,747 ) (4,390 ) Dividends paid (9,170 ) (12,528 ) Net cash (used (15,957 ) (25,684 ) in)/provided by (17,281 ) (64,602 ) financing activities Effect of exchange 6,805 3,054 rate changes on cash 4,612 4,647 and cash equivalents Increase/(decrease) 15,488 9,347 in cash and cash 22,091 55,030 equivalents Cash and cash 197,321 164,592 equivalents at 190,718 118,909 beginning of period Cash and cash $ 212,809 $ 173,939 equivalents at end of $ 212,809 $ 173,939 period Contact: Albany International Corp. 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Albany International Reports Third-Quarter Results
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