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Scania Interim Presentation January-June 2013

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Scania interim presentation january june 2013.

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  • 1. 1 Interim Report, January–June 2013 Erik Ljungberg, Corporate Relations
  • 2. 2 Business overview Martin Lundstedt, President and CEO
  • 3. First six months of 2013  Improved truck order bookings in Europe  Truck order bookings in Latin America at a high level  Higher production rate  Service revenue stable 3
  • 4. Europe Scania trucks, order bookings 4  Higher market share – strong position in Euro 6  Replacement need  Pre-buy of Euro 5  Focus on short lead times
  • 5. Full Euro 6 range  Proven record – first trucks launched in 2011  Second generation with better fuel efficiency launched in 2013  World’s first Euro 6 gas truck delivered 5
  • 6. Latin America Scania trucks, order bookings 6  Order bookings at a high level  Subsidies in Brazil and Argentina  Higher market share in Brazil
  • 7. Eurasia Scania trucks, order bookings 7  Good level of demand in Russia
  • 8. Asia Scania trucks, order bookings 8  Stable demand  Middle East uncertain
  • 9. Buses and coaches Scania buses and coaches, order bookings  Large orders in Russia, Malaysia and Taiwan in first six months  Europe at low level 9
  • 10. Engines Scania engines, order bookings 10  Main improvement in Latin America in Q2
  • 11. Higher production rate  Higher production rate during Europe Q3 and Q4  Focus on short lead times  Ensure flexibility  Increase technical capacity to 120,000 vehicles 11
  • 12. 12  Service revenue stable  Investment in capacity  Focus on solution sales Service revenue
  • 13. Summary  Improved order bookings in Q2 in Europe  Higher market share in Europe and Latin America  Higher production rate in second half of 2013  High R&D activity and increase of sales and service capacity 13
  • 14. 14
  • 15. 15 Interim Report, January–June 2013 Jan Ytterberg, CFO
  • 16. 16 First six months of 2013 – highlights  Impact from stronger SEK and weaker BRL  Higher vehicle volume  Improved capacity utilisation in Latin America  High level of investments
  • 17. Volume trend Total deliveries, trucks and buses 17  Higher volumes in Europe and Latin America  Lower deliveries in Asia  Very high production rate in Latin America in Q2  Higher production rate in the second half in Europe
  • 18. 18  Increased revenue in local currency in several regions  Southern Europe weak Service revenue
  • 19. Earnings trend Operating income, Scania Group 19  Net sales up 7% in H1 and up 19% in Q2 2013  EBIT margin 9.4% (10.8) in H1 and 8.9% (10.1) in Q2  Earnings per share SEK 3.47 (4.06) in H1 and SEK 1.72 (1.82) in Q2
  • 20. 20 Operating income Vehicles and Services EBIT decrease: SEK 275 m., H1 2013 + Volume + Capacity utilisation – Currency – Prices  EBIT decrease due to: – Currency rate effects – Prices  Positive effects: – Vehicle volume – Capacity utilisation in Latin America
  • 21. Cash flow Vehicles and Services 21  High level of investments  Cash flow SEK 740 m. in Q2
  • 22. Net debt Vehicles and Services 22  Net cash SEK 6,403 m. (Net cash SEK 9,361 m. at end of 2012)  Dividend payment SEK 3.8 bn. in Q2
  • 23. Volume trend Credit portfolio, Financial Services 23  Portfolio +3% in local currencies since end of 2012  Operating income SEK 302 m. (313) in H1 2013
  • 24.  Significant impact from stronger SEK on earnings  Higher vehicle deliveries  Higher production rate in the second half  High level of investments 24 Summary
  • 25. 25