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390.9M
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€0.52
Dividend Yield
1.31%
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Saputo Inc. produces, markets, distributes, and exports various dairy products in Canada, the United States, Argentina, and Australia. The company offers a range of cheese products, such as Italian cheeses, cheddar, and specialty and fine cheeses; dairy products, including fluid milk, flavored milk, cream, yogurt, butter and butter blends, and milk powder; dairy and non-dairy products, such as cream and flavored coffee creamers, juices and drinks, ice cream mixes, whipping cream, aerosol whipped toppings, and iced coffee; and cultured products comprising sour cream and cottage cheese, as well as provides functional milks, value-added products, and organic products. It also offers dairy ingredients, such as skim milk powder, whole milk powder, lactose, whey powder, acid whey powder, rennet casein, deproteinized whey powder, and whey protein concentrates; and value-added ingredients, including acid casein, whey protein isolates, and functional dairy blends. In addition, the company provides cereal bars and fresh bakery products, including cookies and tarts, as well as offers mozzarella and snack-cakes. It serves customers in the retail, foodservice, and industrial segments. The company sells its products in approximately 40 countries under the Saputo, Alexis de Portneuf, Armstrong, Baxter, Dairyland, Dragone, DuVillage 1860, Friendship, Frigo Cheese Heads, Great Midwest, King’s Choice, Kingsey, La Paulina, Milk2Go/Lait’s Go, Neilson, Nutrilait, Ricrem, Salemville, Scotsburn, Stella, Sungold, and Treasure Cave brands. Saputo Inc. was founded in 1954 and is headquartered in Saint-Léonard, Canada.

12,670 Employees
Last Reported Date: 06/5/14
Founded in 1954

saputo inc (SB7) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairman
Total Annual Compensation: C$1.1M
President and Chief Operating Officer
Total Annual Compensation: C$875.0K
Chief Financial Officer and Secretary
Total Annual Compensation: C$675.0K
Chief Operating Officer of Cheese Division - ...
Total Annual Compensation: C$635.0K
President of Dairy Products Division(Canada) ...
Total Annual Compensation: C$525.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

saputo inc (SB7) Key Developments

Saputo Inc. Announces Executive Changes

Saputo Inc. announced a change in its senior management. Effective April 1, 2015, Mr. Lorenzo Spinelli will be stepping down as President and Chief Operating Officer, Dairy Division (Canada) and Mr. Carl Colizza will be promoted to such position. Mr. Colizza is currently Senior Vice President, Strategic Business Development, Dairy Division (Canada). He has been with the Company since 1998 and has held several senior management positions in operations. Mr. Colizza will report to Mr. Dino Dello Sbarba, President and Chief Operating Officer, Saputo Inc.

Saputo Inc. Approves Dividend, Payable on March 13, 2015

The Board of Directors of Saputo Inc. approved a dividend of $0.13 per share payable on March 13, 2015 to common shareholders of record on March 2, 2015.

Saputo Inc. Reports Unaudited Consolidated Earnings Results for the Third Quarter and Nine Months Ended December 31, 2014

Saputo Inc. reported unaudited consolidated earnings results for the third quarter and nine months ended December 31, 2014. For the quarter, revenues amounted to CAD 2.822 billion, an increase of CAD 478.6 million or 20.4% in comparison to CAD 2.343 billion for the corresponding quarter last fiscal year. This increase is partially due the inclusion of the Dairy Division (Australia) in the International Sector and the Scotsburn Acquisition in the Canada Sector. A higher average block market per pound of cheese, as well as a higher average butter market price in the USA Sector as compared to the corresponding quarter last fiscal year also contributed to revenues. In addition, higher selling prices in relation to the higher cost of milk and a favorable product mix in the International Sector, as well as higher sales volumes in the USA Sector contributed to this increase. The fluctuation of the Canadian dollar versus the US dollar and Argentinean peso increased revenues by approximately CAD 61 million. Consolidated EBITDA amounted to CAD 278.7 million, an increase of CAD 18.7 million or 7.2% in comparison to CAD 260.0 million for the same quarter last fiscal year. The contribution from the Dairy Division (Australia) for the quarter, as well as higher selling prices in export markets mainly related to a favorable US currency, increased EBITDA in the International Sector. Also included in the International Sector is an inventory write-down as a result of the drop in selling prices in the export market during the quarter, decreasing EBITDA. In the USA Sector, pricing initiatives and increased efficiencies positively affected EBITDA, offsetting negative market factors. In the Canada Sector, increased warehousing, logistical, production and ingredient costs negatively impacted EBITDA. The fluctuation of the Canadian dollar had a favorable impact on EBITDA, as compared to the same period last fiscal year. Net earnings totaled CAD 154.6 million or CAD 0.39 per basic share and CAD 0.38 per diluted share for the quarter ended December 31, 2014, compared to CAD 144.1 million or CAD 0.37 per basic and diluted share for the same quarter last fiscal year. Adjusted EBITDA was CAD 278.7 million against CAD 282.2 million for the second quarter of fiscal 2015. Adjusted net earnings were CAD 154.6 million or CAD 0.39 per basic share and CAD 0.38 per diluted share against CAD 155.7 million or CAD 0.39 per basic and diluted share for the second quarter of fiscal 2015. During the third quarter, the company invest CAD 54.8 million in addition to property, plant and equipment; issued shares as part of the stock option plan for a cash consideration of CAD 6.6 million; paid CAD 25.9 million for the repurchase of share capital as part of the normal course issuer bid; reimbursed CAD 148.6 million in bank loans and CAD 190.9 million in long-term debt; paid CAD 50.8 million in dividends and proceed with the issuance of CAD 300 million series of one medium term note maturing in November 2019. For the nine months, revenues totaled CAD 8.144 billion, an increase of CAD 1.397 billion or 20.7% in comparison to CAD 6.747 billion for the corresponding period last fiscal year. The inclusion of revenues derived from the Dairy Division (Australia) in the International Sector and the Scotsburn Acquisition in the Canada Sector contributed to this increase. A higher average block market per pound of cheese and a higher average butter market price in the USA Sector increased revenues as compared to the same period last fiscal year. Higher selling prices in the International Sector related to the higher cost of milk, as well as higher selling prices in export markets increased revenues. Additionally, increased sales volumes in the USA Sector added to revenues. The fluctuation of the Canadian dollar increased revenues by approximately CAD 112 million. EBITDA totaled CAD 829.8 million, an increase of CAD 87.3 million or 11.8% in comparison to CAD 742.5 million for the corresponding period last fiscal year. This increase is partially explained by EBITDA derived from the inclusion of the Dairy Division (Australia) and higher selling prices in the International Sector. In the USA Sector, higher sales volumes, pricing initiatives and increased efficiencies offset unfavorable market factors, as well as an inventory write-down in the International Sector, compared to the same period last fiscal year. Increased operational costs in both the Canada and International Sectors negatively impacted EBITDA. The fluctuation of the Canadian dollar increased EBITDA, as compared to the same period last fiscal year. For the nine months, net earnings totaled CAD 455.6 million or CAD 1.15 per basic share and CAD 1.14 per diluted share, as compared to CAD 414.2 million or CAD 1.06 per basic share and CAD 1.05 per diluted share for the same period last fiscal year. Net cash generated from operating activities amounted to CAD 183 to CAD 182.3 million in comparison to CAD 209.8 million for the corresponding period last fiscal year.

 

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