ASSA ABLOY is the global leaderin door opening solutions, dedicatedto satisfying end-user needs forsecurity, safety and co...
ASSA ABLOY is the global leaderin door opening solutions, dedicatedto satisfying end-user needs forsecurity, safety and co...
ASSA ABLOY in brief 2011 Own operations in more than 60 countries Authorized distribution covering the world About 41,0...
Operating income* (EBIT) Quarter, SEK M                                                 12 months, SEK M              Run ...
ASSA ABLOY timeline1994 – 2011                  5
We have builta world leader A clear and well  adopted strategy Trend towards  higher security Acquisitions successfully...
Our vision To be the world-leader, most  successful and innovative provider  of door opening solutions To lead in innova...
ASSA ABLOY Strategy   Market  presence             + + Product               leadership                                Cos...
+        Market         presenceA world-leading marketpresence is achieved byexploiting the strength of thebrand portfolio...
Solidmarket position The leading brands A strong sales  channel position Local standards  adds to stability            ...
Our business is total door opening solutionsseamlessly connected to the building
Our solutions meetcustomer needsLarge customersInstitutional and commercialcustomers such as airports,hospitals, schools, ...
Our brand strategyASSA ABLOY as master brandUnited sales force and progressiveimplementation on productsProduct brands cap...
+       Product        leadershipThe Group’s product leadershipis achieved through thecontinuous development ofproducts of...
Product leadership through innovation We are convinced that innovation is the most important driver for  growth We have ...
Increased share of fast growing products– electromechanics               2000                           2011             1...
Some ASSA ABLOY products                      17
Some ASSA ABLOY products                      18
+        Cost         efficiencyEfforts to increase cost-efficiency continue in all areas,including common productplatform...
Efficient manufacturing footprint
Radically reduce our break-even costthrough professional sourcing Limited number of suppliers Strategic partners Suppli...
=GrowthandprofitabilityASSA ABLOY createsopportunities for increasedgrowth and profitabilitythrough a strong focus on thes...
Our growth drivers The new “electronic world”:    – electromechanical and digital      locking    – access control and se...
ASSA ABLOY divisions 2011    Product                                                      % of    Offering                ...
EMEA division 2011 Europe, Middle East and Africa In 2011, EMEA grew by  5 percent and sales totaled  SEK 13,030 M The ...
Americas division 2011 North and South America In 2011, Americas grew by  3 percent and sales totaled  SEK 8,906 M The ...
Asia Pacific division 2011 Asia, Australia and New Zealand In 2011, Asia Pacific grew by  13 percent and sales totaled  ...
Global Technologies division 2011 Operates worldwide with focus  on access control, secure  issuance of cards, RFID  iden...
Entrance Systems division 2011 Supplies complete solutions for  automatic doors and after-sales  services In 2011, Entra...
ASSA ABLOYFinancial overview
Financial overview2011 Sales increased to  SEK 41,786 M (13%) Operating income (EBIT)  SEK 6,624 M (10%) Earnings per s...
Earnings per share  13,00  12,00  11,00  10,00   9,00   8,00   7,00   6,00   5,00   4,00   3,00   2,00   1,00   0,00
Sales splitGroup overview    End users            Recurring business             Product mix                              ...
Sustainable developmentIncreased focus on sustainable products
The sustainable development programin brief2006               2007             2008               2009               2010 ...
Sustainability highlights 2011 Number or reporting units increased to 256 from 204. 493 sustainability audits were perfo...
People makeit all happen   Our basic convictions and beliefs   We have discipline and a focused approach   We reward re...
Customer cases
Tamar goverment headquarters in Hong Kongincreases security with ASSA ABLOY                        40
Flora Holland is tracking flowersaround the world with ASSA ABLOY                         41
41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union                        42
South CarolinaGovernor’s School                    43
Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealandis ready for 2011 Rugby World Cup                         44
One of Beijing’s most exclusive addresseschose ASSA ABLOY for security and design                         45
Students gain accesswith HID in Reykjavik                        46
Landmarked hotel in Beirut increasesproductivity and security with VingCard                          47
The Hermitage in Saint Petersburg,Russia secured by Abloy                         48
Crawford helps Lidl to be the mostenergy-efficient in the retail cool chain                            49
Megadoor helps Cleveland Hopkins InternationalAirport control the climate during the coldwinter months                    ...
Besam helps Vietland hospital in theNetherlands to provide comfort and security                          51
iRevo is Korea’s largest supplier ofdigital door locks with distribution inKorea, China, the US and Europe.               ...
Berlin TV-tower secured by theintelligent locking solution CLIQ                           53
www.assaabloy.com
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As the world’s leading lock group, ASSA ABLOY offers a more complete range of door opening solutions than any other company on the market. This is the Group’s Corporate Presentation for 2012. The numbers and figures are based on the year-end result for 2011.

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Lock and security Group ASSA ABLOY's 2012 Corporate Presentation

  1. 1. ASSA ABLOY is the global leaderin door opening solutions, dedicatedto satisfying end-user needs forsecurity, safety and convenience 1
  2. 2. ASSA ABLOY is the global leaderin door opening solutions, dedicatedto satisfying end-user needs forsecurity, safety and convenience 2
  3. 3. ASSA ABLOY in brief 2011 Own operations in more than 60 countries Authorized distribution covering the world About 41,000 employees Sales of about SEK 42 billion 3
  4. 4. Operating income* (EBIT) Quarter, SEK M 12 months, SEK M Run rate 6,624 MSEK (6,046), +10% *Excluding restructuring costs 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2011.
  5. 5. ASSA ABLOY timeline1994 – 2011 5
  6. 6. We have builta world leader A clear and well adopted strategy Trend towards higher security Acquisitions successfully integrated 6
  7. 7. Our vision To be the world-leader, most successful and innovative provider of door opening solutions To lead in innovation and offer well-designed, convenient, safe and secure solutions that create added value to our customers To be an attractive company to work for 7
  8. 8. ASSA ABLOY Strategy Market presence + + Product leadership Cost- efficiency = Growth and profitability 8
  9. 9. + Market presenceA world-leading marketpresence is achieved byexploiting the strength of thebrand portfolio, increasinggrowth in the core businessand expanding into newmarkets and segments. 9
  10. 10. Solidmarket position The leading brands A strong sales channel position Local standards adds to stability 10
  11. 11. Our business is total door opening solutionsseamlessly connected to the building
  12. 12. Our solutions meetcustomer needsLarge customersInstitutional and commercialcustomers such as airports,hospitals, schools, shoppingmalls universities and industrySmall and midsize customerCharacterized by eachcustomer’s need forprofessional advice andinstallationResidential and ConsumersThe majority of consumer salesare replacements or upgradesof existing security products
  13. 13. Our brand strategyASSA ABLOY as master brandUnited sales force and progressiveimplementation on productsProduct brands capitalizingon installed baseFour Global brands wheremarket position is unique
  14. 14. + Product leadershipThe Group’s product leadershipis achieved through thecontinuous development ofproducts offering enhancedcustomer value and lowerproduct costs. 14
  15. 15. Product leadership through innovation We are convinced that innovation is the most important driver for growth We have more than doubled investments in R&D the last five years and have over 1 200 engineers We assure long term competitive advantage by continuously improving our products in terms of benefits, costs and quality
  16. 16. Increased share of fast growing products– electromechanics 2000 2011 14 sek bn 42 sek bn Security doors 22% Security 14% doors 20% Mechanical locks & Electronics/ accessories Mechanical electromech locks & 38%42% 20% accessories Electronics/ 66% electromech 36% 42%
  17. 17. Some ASSA ABLOY products 17
  18. 18. Some ASSA ABLOY products 18
  19. 19. + Cost efficiencyEfforts to increase cost-efficiency continue in all areas,including common productplatforms with fewercomponents and commonproduct development. 19
  20. 20. Efficient manufacturing footprint
  21. 21. Radically reduce our break-even costthrough professional sourcing Limited number of suppliers Strategic partners Supplier agreements Category management Value Engineering Zero-defect suppliers
  22. 22. =GrowthandprofitabilityASSA ABLOY createsopportunities for increasedgrowth and profitabilitythrough a strong focus on thestrategy’s three areas ofmarket presence, productleadership and cost-efficiency. 22
  23. 23. Our growth drivers The new “electronic world”: – electromechanical and digital locking – access control and secure identity & issuance – automatic doors Geographical and emerging market expansion Increased need for security Higher expectations Acquisitions Branding Innovation – new solutions
  24. 24. ASSA ABLOY divisions 2011 Product % of Offering Organization Group Sales Mech & el mechlocks, cylinders & Americas EMEA Asia Pacific 66% security doors 21% 30% 15%Electronic access Global Technologies 14% & identity (HID & Hospitality) Entrance automation ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems 20% 24
  25. 25. EMEA division 2011 Europe, Middle East and Africa In 2011, EMEA grew by 5 percent and sales totaled SEK 13,030 M The division has 10,100 employees Share of Group Some of the leading brands Sales Operating income are ABLOY, ASSA, TESA, (EBIT) Yale and Vachette 30 30 31 31 34
  26. 26. Americas division 2011 North and South America In 2011, Americas grew by 3 percent and sales totaled SEK 8,906 M The division has 6,700 employees Share of Group Some of the leading brands Sales Operating income are Corbin Russwin, Curries, (EBIT) Emtek, Medeco, Phillips, SARGENT, Ceco, Yale and 21 26 La Fonte 26 30
  27. 27. Asia Pacific division 2011 Asia, Australia and New Zealand In 2011, Asia Pacific grew by 13 percent and sales totaled SEK 6,631 M The division has 15,800 employees Share of Group Some of the leading brands in Sales Operating income Asia are, Baodean, Guli, King, (EBIT) iRevo Pan Pan, Shenfei, Tianming, Wangli and Yale. In 15 13 Australia and New Zealand Lockwood and Interlock
  28. 28. Global Technologies division 2011 Operates worldwide with focus on access control, secure issuance of cards, RFID identification technology and hotel security In 2011, Global Technologies grew by 24 percent and sales totaled SEK 5,756 M Share of Group The division has Sales Operating income (EBIT) 2,800 employees Leading brands are HID, 14 13 Fargo, Elsafe and VingCard
  29. 29. Entrance Systems division 2011 Supplies complete solutions for automatic doors and after-sales services In 2011, Entrance Systems grew by 115 percent and sales totaled SEK 8,278 M The division has Share of Group 5,600 employees Sales Operating income (EBIT) Leading brands are Besam, Crawford, DITEC, 20 17 EntreMatic, Flexiforce and Normstahl
  30. 30. ASSA ABLOYFinancial overview
  31. 31. Financial overview2011 Sales increased to SEK 41,786 M (13%) Operating income (EBIT) SEK 6,624 M (10%) Earnings per share SEK 12.30 (13%) Operating cash flow SEK 6,080 M (6,285)
  32. 32. Earnings per share 13,00 12,00 11,00 10,00 9,00 8,00 7,00 6,00 5,00 4,00 3,00 2,00 1,00 0,00
  33. 33. Sales splitGroup overview End users Recurring business Product mix Electronic New productsResidential Mechanical construction 25% 33% 22% products 38% Entrance automation After market Commercial 20% and institutional 67% Security 75% doors 20%
  34. 34. Sustainable developmentIncreased focus on sustainable products
  35. 35. The sustainable development programin brief2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011Tools for Sustainability Sustainability Sales companies Increased audit Increasedsupplier control program strategy for and offices are of suppliers in reporting of product included in low-cost environmentalEmployee survey development reported figures countries data including checklists Increased Targets for 2015 25 percent more monitoring of are defined for Group companies Employee survey energy all monitored included in consumption and areas reporting Marketing and CO2 sales training Employee survey Improved analysis Launch of joint and benchmarking Training in recruitment and opportunities supplier control selection guide between Group Updated Code of companies Conduct Updated Code of Conduct
  36. 36. Sustainability highlights 2011 Number or reporting units increased to 256 from 204. 493 sustainability audits were performed in low-cost countries, compared to 376 in 2010. At the year-end, 461 active suppliers had satisfied the minimum standards for quality and sustainability and were classed as reliable. Two independent social compliance audits were performed in China. The ASSA ABLOY Code of Conduct was updated. ASSA ABLOY has adopted an Anti-Bribery policy that applies to the whole Group. The policy is being implemented through face to face trainings, webinars and an online e-learning tool available at ASSA ABLOYs intranet (keyPoint). A gender-diversity target was established; 30 percent of management positions filled by women in 2020. 37
  37. 37. People makeit all happen Our basic convictions and beliefs We have discipline and a focused approach We reward result and performance We give access to information We learn from our mistakes We never hide We practice business ethics We promote diversity We grow people through a clear task and the authority to act We continuously recruit competent and well educated people We give priority to internal recruitment We are each in charge of our own professional career
  38. 38. Customer cases
  39. 39. Tamar goverment headquarters in Hong Kongincreases security with ASSA ABLOY 40
  40. 40. Flora Holland is tracking flowersaround the world with ASSA ABLOY 41
  41. 41. 41 Cooper Square, the new academic building for The Cooper Union 42
  42. 42. South CarolinaGovernor’s School 43
  43. 43. Eden Park in Auckland, New Zealandis ready for 2011 Rugby World Cup 44
  44. 44. One of Beijing’s most exclusive addresseschose ASSA ABLOY for security and design 45
  45. 45. Students gain accesswith HID in Reykjavik 46
  46. 46. Landmarked hotel in Beirut increasesproductivity and security with VingCard 47
  47. 47. The Hermitage in Saint Petersburg,Russia secured by Abloy 48
  48. 48. Crawford helps Lidl to be the mostenergy-efficient in the retail cool chain 49
  49. 49. Megadoor helps Cleveland Hopkins InternationalAirport control the climate during the coldwinter months 50
  50. 50. Besam helps Vietland hospital in theNetherlands to provide comfort and security 51
  51. 51. iRevo is Korea’s largest supplier ofdigital door locks with distribution inKorea, China, the US and Europe. 52
  52. 52. Berlin TV-tower secured by theintelligent locking solution CLIQ 53
  53. 53. www.assaabloy.com
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